Tag Archives: Troy Brunk

Rockwell Collins Gets NSA Certification for Software-Defined Communications Tech; Troy Brunk Quoted

Rockwell Collins has secured a Type-1 certification from the National Security Agency for the company’s airborne software-defined radio technology built to allow communication among warfighters in the air and on the ground. The company said Friday the certification confirms the ability of its AN/ARC-210 RT-2036(C) radio to secure the handling of …

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NSA Certifies Rockwell Collins-Built Military Ground Radio Tech; Troy Brunk Quoted

Rockwell Collins has received Type-1 certification from the National Security Agency for a ground radio technology designed to facilitate military communications. NSA validated the potential of AN/PRC-162(V)1 RT 20-48(C)U radios to help U.S. armed forces transmit and secure classified data including top-secret information, Rockwell Collins said Wednesday. Troy Brunk, vice president and general manager of communication, navigation …

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Rockwell Collins to Deliver MUOS-Capable Radios to Military via $83M Contract; Troy Brunk Quoted

Rockwell Collins has received a potential five-year, $82.6M contract to deliver its sixth-generation Mobile User Objective System-enabled airborne radios and ancillaries to warfighters. The company said Thursday it will install the ARC-210 RT-2036(C) radios on defense platforms such as fixed and rotary-wing aircraft, ships and ground platforms to provide military …

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Rockwell Collins Set to Enter New Phase in Navy Air Combat Training System Upgrade

The U.S. Navy has given Rockwell Collins the green light to commence the detailed design phase of a project to modernize the service branch’s airborne training platform. Rockwell Collins said Tuesday it received the approval after completing the preliminary design review for Increment 2 of the Tactical Combat Training System in February. The company serves as …

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Rockwell Collins-Made Radio Tech Completes Military Comms Security Test; Troy Brunk Comments

A Rockwell Collins-built radio technology has passed an evaluation to comply with security requirements for operation with the Defense Department‘s military satellite communications system. The company said Wednesday its AN/PRC-162 software-defined military radio worked in conjunction with the latest version of the Mobile User Objective System during tests led by the U.S. Navy‘s Space …

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Rockwell Collins-Built Radio Tech Passes Navy MUOS Satcom Security Test

A Rockwell Collins-built airborne radio system has passed military security standards required to operate with the U.S. Navy‘s Mobile User Objective System satellite. The U.S. Navy‘s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command performed a “do no harm” test on the ARC-210 RT-2036(C) radio that works to communicate with air and ground platforms through MUOS signals, Rockwell Collins said …

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Rockwell Collins to Integrate Airborne Radio Tech on Air Force F-16 Fleet

Rockwell Collins will integrate its networked communications airborne radio, which features mobile user objective system and soldier radio waveform capacities, onboard U.S. Air Force F-16 aircraft. The company said Wednesday the ARC-210 RT-2036(C) offering provides data, imagery and voice connectivity for manned and unmanned systems. The ARC-210 RT-2036(C) radio system belongs …

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Rockwell Collins Hands Over GPS Anti-Jam Tech to Air Force

Rockwell Collins has delivered to the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command a GPS platform designed to provide anti-jam protection capability to various aerial platforms. The Digital GPS Anti-Jam Receiver is based on open systems architecture that works to provide jamming resistance and anti-spoofing functionality to fixed-wing aircraft, transport planes, bombers, …

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Rockwell Collins Demos GPS Receivers in Ballistic & Guided Flight Tests

Rockwell Collins‘ military-code global positioning system receivers have completed seven ballistic and guided flight tests that aimed to demonstrate live-fire tracking capacity for guided munitions. The company said Thursday its receivers acquired both M-Code and Y-Code GPS signals to direct munitions toward specific targets during the live-fire tests that occurred in Yuma, Arizona. “Together …

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