Essential operational information—available
wherever it’s needed
The mTMR interconnects non-IP with IP radio networks,
enabling multimedia information to flow seamlessly between
Combat Net Radio (CNR) networks and WAN IP radio networks -
SATCOM, Microwave Data Link, and others. It therefore serves
as ‘soldier-carried multimedia relay’ that ensures connectivity
with distant command posts and other operational platforms,
regardless the unit’s location and the nature of the terrain.
A military-grade, powerful multimedia routing solution
easily carried by the foot soldier
Consuming very low power driven by the radio batteries, the
mTMR features a slim footprint and is easily carried by a single
infantry soldier. The rugged, compact and lightweight mTMR
unit conveniently fits into the soldier’s combat vest.
The mTMRTM combines advanced field-proven technologies
for multimedia routing. With an intuitive operation method,
mTMR supports voice, data & video streams exchange between
separate CNR networks and a WAN radio. mTMR supports
half/full duplex channels with multicast & unicast
The mTMRTM implements RoIP—Radio over IP technology, for
conferencing voice sessions between CNR users and VoIP
terminals at the command center. mTMRTM incorporates a VoIP
gateway with standard SIP (RFC 3261) protocol for interoperability
with common VoIP terminals and SIP phones. mTMRTM enables
voice tunneling between tactical radios, LAN/WAN interfaces and
a local hand-set. mTMR’s DSP provides voice activity detection
and silence suppression, along with advanced vocoders support.
Together, these features enable the mTMRTM to make an optimal
use of the available IP bandwidth.
Data & Video dissemination
The mTMR realizes a data and video routing solution between
heterogeneous networks to overcome the major challenges
which characterize the tactical network’s environment,
including dynamic topologies and unstable connectivity.
Performing a unified “tactical internet”, the mTMRTM Linuxbased
architecture reveals standard IP interface for data and
video applications, together with H.264 video server capability
for multicast video dissemination.