Exelis has developed a technology platform with the goal of helping warfighters communicate while operating in a jammed environment.
The Integrated Protection and Transmission System is designed to work with electronic countermeasure and radio devices and operate on a mounted or dismounted platform, Exelis said Tuesday.
Exelis designed the system for users to pair one iProTxS with several radios for narrowband, digital frequency-shift keying, very-high frequency, ultra-high frequency and terrestrial trunked radio communications.
“We are excited to bring this capability to our products to help improve operational communications in difficult jamming environments,“ said Nick Bobay, Exelis president of night vision and tactical communications systems.
The company’s U.K. subsidiary manufactures iProTxS at a facility in Basingstoke for international customers.