Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 33, Pages: 1-6
Young C. Park*
Division of Information and Communication Engineering, Baekseok University, Korea; [email protected]
The connection with neighboring networks is fully automatic with some other military networks is manual with conventional manually operated networks. Interoperability of command, control and communication systems, and electronic interface of military communication systems are all critical issues in the modern battlefield. The ROK digital common user system, SPIDER, have been designed without joint operation concept at first. The ROK has developed a prototype SPIDER Analog Interface (SAI) device to provide U.S forces in Korea with the interoperability. The ROK SAI electrical characteristics were measured in the preliminary interoperability test in Korea, and the SAI and the U.S. NAI (NATO Analog Interface) device experimental interoperability test results are presented in this paper. From the preliminary interoperability test, the compatibility between the SAI and the NAI was verified.
Keywords: Component, Interoperability, STANAG, Tactical Communications, TRI-TAC/MSE
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