Inmarsat L-TAC, imagine the Joint Force Commander has decided he needs to expand into the rebel held territory to the west.
Uses existing radio hardware and cryptos, very small form factor, lightweight and low power consumption
Military users need to exercise command and control of widely dispersed forces
Increase the number of TACSAT channels available to military users for voice and data
Inmarsat provide single-hop L-L band relay from an existing global constellation of geo-stationary satellites
- Global access with strategic backhaul, narrow, regional and customized beam footprints available, beyond line of sight communications without additional infrastructure
- Netted voice and data for all- informed network, on the move, on the pause or at the halt, channel lease options from one month
Imagine the Joint Force Commander has decided he needs to expand into the rebel held territory to the west. The lead reconnaissance foot patrol supplies a steady flow of intelligence as it moves forward, constantly in touch with battle group HQ, well to its rear, without pausing to set up antennas. The mounted elements of the main assault force maintain communications with patrols and the HQ as they maneuver to the north, far beyond the range of UHF combat radio.