Digital modulation technologies, maximum ratio combining diversity reception and special purpose modulation
schemes, such as deep interleaving, provide a reliable and dynamic downlink solution. Multiple receive antennae are
employed in the application, simultaneously combining the energy from all antenna inputs; blending individual carriers
on a COFDM/DBV-T symbol basis to generate optimum signal strength.
TCP I/P remote control and configuration management permit remote reconfiguration of the network through Webbased
graphical user interfaces.
Covert and overt video collection systems as well as tactical unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV's) and
unmanned ground vehicles (UGV's) can deliver real-time video intelligence direct from sensor
systems to command staff providing unprecedented situational awareness and tactical advantage.
Today's tactical video communications system must be secure, compact, lightweight, and fieldable
in quick reaction scenarios. Four main technology implementations can be identified with the
evolutionary development of wireless video transmission systems. Analog FM led to single carrier
digital modulation, which gave way to multi-carrier orthogonal modulation. Each of these systems
is currently in use today. Depending on the operating environment and size, weight, and power
limitations, a system designer may choose one over another to support tactical video collection