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TACTICALL MCI LAND
MOBILE COMMUNICATION
INFRASTRUCTURE
TACTICALL MCI > FEATURE OVERVIEW
TACTICALL MCI > AD-HOC ROUTING
WHAT IS TACTICALL MCI?
TactiCall MCI is built to support your operational requirements, keeping you
connected to your network by delivering a robust and secure voice and data
communication solution.
TactiCall MCI is a QoS - and resource aware tactical router that manages
access to communication services (e.g. provided by radios) for multimedia
applications and networked devices.
TactiCall MCI’s modular and scalable design supports legacy integration
with future growth in mind.
TactiCall MCI’s platform independency will allow you to maintain your legacy equipment while optimizing your operational efficiency through, for instance, ad-hoc routing.
TactiCall MCI will keep you connected to your own forces, joint forces and
allies while optimally exploiting the available capacity and improving your
situational awareness and operational efficiency.
AD-HOC ROUTING
KEY FEATURES
• Use available legacy equipment, integrate with
IP networking and keep migration cost to a
minimum
• Step by step soft- and hardware upgrades
based on operational needs
TactiCall MCI automatically chooses the highest possible bandwidth
at all times – guaranteeing the best communication path available.
• Operational Ad-Hoc routing
• Maximizing network performance
• Automatically optimizing bandwidth selection
• Enabling seamless data traffic
TACTICAL
MOBILE COMMUNICATION
INFRASTRUCTURE
• Future-proof through easy step by step upgrades and add on functionality
• Role based login
• Removing stovepipes by introducing use of
shared communication resources based on
tactical conditions and current transmission
requirements
• Capacity aggregation through prioritized bandwidth selection
• Remote and flexible management of entire network through IP technology
• Enhanced robustness using dynamic routing
• Seamless integration of heterogeneous networks
HF / SATCOM
SDR
BANDWIDTH BY PROXIMITY
HF / SATCOM
TACTICALL MCI > ARCHITECTURE
TACTICALL MCI > ARCHITECTURE
TACTICALL MCI ARCHITECTURE
Wide band UHF
TactiCall MCI enables direct communication from
the individual soldier to headquarters. It facilitates the
efficient and swift exchange of data and voice throughout the entire network, utilizing the best available
bandwidth regardless of the tactical environment.
TACTICALL
APPLICATION
INTERFACE
TACTICAL
MULTIMEDIA
ROUTER
TRANSMISSION
SYSTEM
INTERFACE
BASIC
MANAGEMENT
INTERFACE
ADVANCED
VIDEO
BMS
LTE / INTERNET
NARROW BAND
RADIO
SATCOM
Customizable RED / BLACK separation
Manage your transmission system
such as legacy radios and SDRs.
TACTICALL
OCP 3000
COMPANY
VIDEO
LAN / Narow band VHF
BMS
TACTICALL
VSS 3000
MOBILE
DEVICE
BMS
ACTUATOR
...
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Monitor your network status
and performance.
SENSOR
BATTALION
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HF / SATCOM
PLATOON
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SERVER
TactiCall MCI management interface uses a
client/server based HMI that is accessed by
authenticated T-MCI operators using standard HTTPS.
T-MCI management operators use this interface to administer the router and transmission systems.
The management HMI is implemented as
part of the product and hence requires no integration effort.
T-MCI also provides a direct monitoring
and control interface to applications (machine-to-machine).
T-MCI provides extensive network monitoring information capabilities via both the
management and application interfaces.
One of the primary uses of this interface is
for T-MCI to provide communication system status information to applications on a
sub-second basis for flow control purposes.
Thanks to flat system architecture and role
based log in sequence it is your ConOps that
decides where, by whom and how it is accessed.
This simulates the traditional interaction
where an application is connected directly to
the radio but without the disadvantages associated with such stovepiping.
Prioritize your application data
flows and economize on your
transmission systems.
HQ
TACTICALL MCI > INTEGRATION FOCUS
TACTICALL MCI > TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
INTEGRATION FOCUS
TactiCall MCI can be provided as a virtual machine and hosted on existing computing hardware – meaning that no new
hardware is required.
TactiCall MCI will ensure stepwise integration and updates
according to operational and technological requirements.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
TactiCall MCI software integrated into already existing hardware
ensures a cost efficient and future-proof solution that incorporates
existing in-service equipment.
SATELLITE LINK
OPERATOR
CONTROL PANEL
RADIO
MCI
SWITCH
COMPUTER
NETWORKING
MANAGEMENT
INTERFACES
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IPv4 / IPv6
L2TP, GRE, PPP
VLAN
RSTP
Local and remote
SNMP v2c / v3
Web interface
Command Line Interface (CLI)
Application interface
Ethernet
CAN
USB
Serial
SECURITY
DYNAMIC ROUTING
VOICE FEATURES
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Firewall
NAT / Port Forwarding
IPsec
SSL
SSH
Radius, TACACS
Role-based Access Control
Common Criteria Certified
CC Methodology
OSPFv2 / v3
BGPv4/+
RIP
Policy Based Routing (PBR)
IP Multicast (IGMP, PIM-SM)
OLSR
IP PBX
SIP
FXS, FXO (Analogue Telecom)
ISDN (Digital Telecom)
E&M (Analogue Radio)
Tacticall
ANR Headsets
Multi Session
QOS
NETWORK SERVICES
ROBUSTNESS
• DIFFServ
• Traffic shaping
• DNS
• DHCP
• NTP v3 / v4
• VRRP
INTERCOM
HARDWARE
OPERATOR PANEL
• Supporting both simple and advanced
operator panels
• User-friendly and intuitive HMI
• Dual headsets
• MIL-STD-810F
• MIL-STD-461F
• One interface for all comms
• Clear overview of all comms resources
• Hardware independent
RADIO / EXTERNAL COMMS
MCI
SWITCH
Covering all radio technologies within all
frequency bands as well as telephony.
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Option to divide and extend the
internal network. Support integration
on IP devices/functions, for instance:
FIELD PHONE
RADIO
VSS 3000
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Legacy radios
SDR radios
SATCOM
Fixed radios
Interoperable
Mobile and robust
Future-proof
Multifunctional flexibility
Ad-Hoc Networking
Low volume with high integration
• IP telephony
• Video
• Computers
Specifications subject to change without notice
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