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Digital implementation of new modulation techniques, coding strategies and encryption devices makes Slice strategy possible. Powerful signal processing and software reconfigurable radios can be implemented in a compact, economical bus environment. The result: more radio, less money. Complementary, multi-function antennas and RF distribution systems make Slice a significant step forward.

Slice fields the following capabilities:

  • Through the Digital Modular Radio (DMR), satisfies <2 GHz tactical terrestrial and SATCOM communications requirements
  • DMR provides flexible, adaptive, interoperable, software configurable radios applying open systems architecture
  • Builds upon common NDI COTS/GOTS hardware and software
  • eliminates stand-alone stovepipe terminal systems
  • Exploits RF-Power Amplifier Technology
  • Implements Advanced Signals Protection (INFOSEC/TRANSEC)
  • Can tune and perform related functions within multiple frequency spectrums
  • Can tune and perform related functions within multiple frequency spectrums
  • Fields integrated, multiband and broadband antennas such as Multi-functional Electromagnetic Radiating System (MERS) and Lo Stack

DMR/Slice goals are to meet the existing requirements from legacy programs, address present fleet requirements, and provide a nucleus for hosting new waveforms, protocols, dynamically adaptive bandwidths and power controls. This will result in radically more robust communications within the spectrum, and provide a vehicle that is able to grow to meet future demands.

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