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May 3 2006 at 1:17 PM
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ATILGAN Pedestal Mounted Stinger System
Pedestal Mounted Stinger System, ATILGAN, is a fully automated VSHORAD firing unit using Stinger missiles. The main mission of ATILGAN, is the low level air defence of stationary and moving forward troops, convoys and tactical bases in the battlefield.

The gunner is seated in the electrically powered turret with a highly accurate stabilization, which enables on-the-move surveillance, detection, tracking and firing capabilities.

Besides autonomous operation the system architecture of ATILGAN provides coordinated operation with C3I System and other air defence assets. In remote control mode, the Optical Target Designator is used for the system to be directed automatically towards the coordinates that the commander is tracking.

The Fire Control Computer has a flexible software/hardware infrastructure in order to meet the future mission requirements that may evolve. This flexible infrastructure of ATILGAN enables the integration of different SHORAD/VSHORAD missiles besides Stinger. Additionally, it is possible to adapt the system for different platforms according to different mission requirements.

ATILGAN is based on an armoured/tracked personel carrier (M113) and it is operated with a three-man crew; the driver, the gunner and the commander.

ATILGAN has been subjected to extensive tests and performance evaluations in consideration of possible battlefield conditions. ATILGAN has performed direct hits in all stationary and shoot-on-the-move live firings to stationary and mobile targets.

General Specifications

- 4 or 8 ready-to-fire Stinger missiles,

- 12.7 mm. automatic Machine Gun for self defence and missile dead zone coverage,

- Passive surveillance,

acquisition and tracking sensors, incorporating thermal and daylight TV cameras,

- Multi-pulse Laser Range Finder for target ranging,

- Two-axes, gyro-stabilized turret providing on-the-move target surveillance, detection, tracking and shooting capabilities,

- Fire control computer providing fully automated system functions such as:

-- Turret slewing to the target coordinates assigned by C3I System,

-- Automatic target tracking
-- Target type recognition,
-- " Target in Range" warning if the target is within the missile firing range,

-- Automatic super elevation and lead angles insertion.

- IFF system providing interrogation for friend or foe,
- Detachable System Control Unit which can be used to operate the system either from inside or 50 meters away from the vehicle,

- Light-weight, autonomous turret, which can be integrated on various types of carrier vehicles,

- Combat under armor protection .

- Superiorities of MANPADS;

-- Coordinated Operation with Command Control Systems

-- Shoot-on-the-move
-- Operation at Day/Night and Adverse Weather Conditions

-- Improved Reaction Time
-- Higher Hit Probability
-- High Fire Power
-- Fully Automated Operation
-- High Mobility
-- Armour Protection





ZIPKIN Pedestal Mounted Stinger System
Pedestal Mounted Stinger System, ZIPKIN, is a fully automated VSHORAD firing unit using Stinger missiles. The main mission of ZIPKIN, is the low level air defence of fixed locations of strategic importance, like radar, air bases and harbours.

Besides autonomous operation, the system architecture of ZIPKIN provides coordinated operation with C3I System and other air defence assets. In remote control mode, the Optical Target Designator is used for the System to be directed automatically towards the coordinates that the commander is tracking.

The Fire Control Computer has a flexible software/hardware infrastructure in order to meet the future mission requirements that may evolve. This flexible infrastructure of ZIPKIN enables the integration of different SHORAD/VSHORAD missiles besides Stinger. Additionally, it is possible to adapt the system for different platforms according to different mission requirements. ZIPKIN is based on a four wheel drive Land Rover Vehicle and it is operated with a two-men crew; the gunner and the driver (gunner assistant)

ZIPKIN can easily be loaded into and transported by C-130 and C-160 aircrafts. Hence, it can quickly be transported to the required tactical location.

ZIPKIN has been subjected to extensive tests and performance evaluations in consideration of possible battlefield conditions. ZIPKIN has performed direct hits in all live firings to stationary and mobile targets.
General Specifications

- 4 ready-to-fire Stinger missiles,
- 12.7 mm. automatic Machine Gun for self defence and missile dead zone coverage,
- Passive surveillance, acquisition and tracking sensors, incorporating thermal and daylight TV cameras,
- Multi-pulse Laser Range Finder for target ranging,
- Fire control computer providing fully automated system functions such as:

-- Turret slewing to the target coordinates assigned by C3I System,
-- Automatic target tracking,
-- Target type recognition,
-- "Target in Range" warning if the target is within the missile firing range,
-- Automatic super elevation and lead angles insertion.

- IFF system providing interrogation for friend or foe,
- Detachable System Control Unit which can be used to operate the system either from inside or 50 meters away from the vehicle,
- Light-weight, autonomous turret, which can be integrated on various types of carrier vehicles.
- Superiorities over MANPADS;

-- Coordinated Operation with Command Control Systems
-- Operation at Day/Night and Adverse Weather Conditions
-- Improved Reaction Time
-- Higher Hit Probability
-- High Fire Power
-- Fully Automated Operation
-- High Mobility




BORA Naval Pedestal Mounted Missile System
The pedestal mounted missile system BORA is a fully automated firing unit launching Stinger missiles. The main mission of BORA is the low level air defence of naval platforms such as frigates & fast attack boats.

The gyro-stabilized turret of BORA enables automatic target tracking and firing capabilities without being effected from the disturbances due to the waves and maneuvers of the ship.

BORA can automatically slew to the coordinates pre-assigned by battleship operation and command control center. It can be operated either from its own control unit at the battleship operation and command control center, or by the multi purpose operator console of the naval platform.

The Fire Control Computer of BORA has a flexible software/hardware infrastructure in order to meet the future mission requirements that may evolve. This flexible infrastructure of BORA enables the integration of different SHORAD/VSHORAD missiles besides Stinger.
General Specifications

- 4 or 8 ready-to-fire Stinger missiles,
- 12.7 mm. automatic Machine Gun for very close-in range,
- Passive surveillance, acquisition and tracking sensors, incorporating daylight TV and thermal cameras which enable operation under all weather conditions,
- Multi-pulse Laser Range Finder for target ranging,
- Fire control computer providing fully automated system functions such as:

-Turret slewing to the target coordinates pre-assigned by battleship operation and command control center,
-Automatic target tracking,
-Target type recognition,
-"Target in Range" warning if the target is within the missile engagement envelope,
-Super elevation and lead angles insertion.




Pedestal Mounted Stinger (PMS) System Training Simulator
Pedestal Mounted Stinger System (PMS) Training Simulator was developed for the training system operators.

Basic Features

- Provides an integrated means of trainin, starting from target engagement upto firing and make trials with different scenarios,
- Generate various scenarios (different operation hours, weather conditions, attack scenarios etc.),
- Measure the operators' performance against certain scenarios,
- Train the operators without using the system and aircraft/helicopters actively,
- Conduct the operator training with minimum cost,

A follow-on training by use of target drones and CFT will complemet the operator skill for successful performance with the PMS Systems.






VOLKAN Fire Control System
VOLKAN Fire Control System developed by ASELSAN significantly improves the fire control capability of Leopard 1 Main Battle Tanks (MBTs).

21st century combat conditions require the ageing Leopard 1 to be upgraded as a new generation war machine, with enhanced fire control capability compatible to the 3rd generation MBTs.

With its contemporary software and hardware integrated capability, VOLKAN Fire Control System provides Leopard 1 MBTs; High First Round Hit Probability, day/night in future combat environment, even in total darkness.

With its modular and flexible structure, VOLKAN also provides enhanced integration baseline on to the other MBTs and similar weapon systems/platforms.
General Specifications

- Two-axis Gun Stabilization,
- Automatic Target Tracking
- Fire Control/Ballistic Computer,
- 2nd Generation High Resolution Thermal Camera,
- Driver’s Night Sight Periscobe,
- North Finding and Self-Positioning System,
- Battlefield Command Control Information System,
- Open System Architecture for Future Improvments and new ammunition Types Provides the following capabilities:

-- High first round hit probability
-- Day and night combat capability,
-- On-the-move Firings to the moving targets,
-- Long range identification/recognition/detection of targets,
-- Integration to the existing and new generation battlespace command control systems (C4ISR)

SYSTEM UNITS

- Gunner's Periscobe System
- Commander's Control Display
- Muzzle Reference System
- Fire Control System Command Unit
- Fire Control Computer
- Ammunition Selection Unit
- Inclinometer
- Meteorological and Ammunition Temperature Sensor
- Turret Azimuth / Gun Elevation Position Encoders
- North Finding And Self-Positioning System
- Power Distribution Unit
- Gunner’s Additional Command Unit
- Gunner’s And Commander’s Handles
- Driver’s Night Sight Periscope







T 155 Self Propelled FIRTINA Howitzer Fire Control System
ASELSAN’s experience in the design of fire control systems has led to the design and manufacture of high performance, cost effective and user friendly Fire Control System for Self Propelled Howitzers.

Fire Control System for 155 mm self-propelled howitzers combines fire control and communication systems, which provide the capability for rapid deployment, relocation, accurate gun laying and integration into the modern artillery command and control systems.

The mission oriented, menu driven graphical user interface enables the user to perform the missions fast, accurately and effectively.

The system has been indigenously developed to meet Turkish Army requirements and it is ready to be tailored for the requirements of the other users in NATO, Partnership for Peace (PfP) and Allied Countries.

T-155 Self-Propelled FIRTINA (TUSpH STORM) Fire Control System provides the following basic functions;

- Providing wired and wireless digital communications with Field Artillery Battery Fire Direction Center, Company Fire Support Team Headquarters, Forward Observers, Battery Executive Officer/Platoon Leaders, Artillery Meteorology System, Tactical Fire Direction Computer System and other fire support units,
- Operation in different unit organizations (e.g. battery based, platoon based and single gun single battery) as required by the tactical environment,
- Gunner’s Display Unit together with the application software provides the mission oriented, menu driven colored graphical user interface to ease of system operation,
- Display of battlefield information on a digital map; e.g. fire support coordination measures, target locations, known points, registration points, command posts, friendly and hostile units, terrain data,
- Receiving and displaying fire request, fire orders, commands, formatted and free text messages sent by the Field Artillery Battery Fire Direction Center and other fire support units,
- Rapid deployment and relocation by means of Navigation Systems providing the vehicle position accurately,
- Geographical north, the vehicle’s own position and altitude above sea level are determined automatically with great accuracy,
- Processing fire missions; e.g. time on target, fire for effect, adjustment fire and registration fire,
- Computation of firing commands using "NATO Armament Ballistic Kernel (NABK)" by including the ground slopes and other mechanical effects to the ballistic calculations,
- Using meteorological data received from Artillery Meteorology System via radio,
- Using muzzle velocity data received from the on-board Muzzle Velocity Radar integrated to the Fire Control Computer,
- Calculation of the projectile trajectory and checking for crest clearance using Digital Terrain Elevation Data (DTED),
- Automatically laying and relaying the gun at high speed and precision using the elevation and azimuth data provided by Fire Control Computer during the fire mission,
- Checking the sensors for temperature, travel lock, turret lock, mechanical limits, alignment accuracy to provide safe and proper operation,
- Integration and synchronization of ammunition loading and hydraulic control system during gun laying,
- Semi-automatic backup mode for the manual positioning of the the gun, using Assistant Gunner’s Display Unit in case Fire Control Computer fails,
- Sending gun status, fire mission reports, formatted and free text messages to the Field Artillery Battery Fire Direction Center and other fire support units,
- Ballistic calculations for all NATO ammunitions,
- Data communications via VHF/FM Tactical Frequency Hoping Radios and field wires using ASELSAN Tactical Data/Internet Communication Units (VIA),
- Supporting advanced data communications protocols; MIL-STD-188-220, MIL-STD-2045-47001
- Providing digital interoperability with other C4I Systems within the force,
General Specifications

System Units

T-155 Self-Propelled FIRTINA (TUSpH STORM) Fire Control System includes the following main units:

- Fire Control Computer
- Gunner’s Display Unit
- Assistant Gunner’s Display Unit
- Driver’s Display Unit
- Inertial Navigation System
- Power Control Unit
- Auxiliary Battery Unit
- Tactical Data/Internet Adaptor
- Network Connection Unit
- Signal Distribution Unit
- Alerting Unit






Command Control Systems

MARS V Modular Armoured Reconnaissance/Surveillance Vehicle

ASELSAN MARS-V Modular Armoured Reconnaissance Surveillance Vehicle is developed for detection of targets and transmission of collected data to command-control echelons, under hard battlefield conditions.

The vehicle can operate day/night and under harsh environmental conditions. Mission payload fitted in the vehicle is completely computer controlled. Electro-Optic Sensor System and ASELSAN Ground Surveillance Radar operates independently and complements each other.

Data and video related to the detected target is transmitted to the command center using frequency-hopping radio and MW Link respectively.

Mounted on the COBRA Light Armoured Vehicle, the system can travel on rough terrain and can operate in threat environment.
General Specifications

- Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Intelligence,
- Border Monitoring
- Target Information Transmission to Command-Control Units


Armoured Tactical DF Vehicle
ASELSAN Armoured Tactical Direction Finding (DF) Vehicle is developed to intercept, DF, monitor and record target communications under hard battlefield conditions, that require armour protection and high mobility.

The system can operate under harsh environmental conditions and can be set up and operated in short time. ASELSAN DFINT-3T Communications DF System that is installed in the vehicle is a portable system that is used for intercepting, Direction Finding and analyzing of communications in VHF/UHF band.

DFINT-3T system and communications equipment can be detached and operated outside the vehicle at locations suitable for direction finding, but that the vehicle can not reach.

Mounted on the AKREP Light Armoured Vehicle, the system has capability to travel on rough terrain and protect the personnel in threat environment.
General Specifications

- lnterferometric DF principle,
- Ability to intercept and DF state-of-the-art frequency hopping and
burst emissions,
- Netted operation for location fixing,
- Computer controlled modular system architecture,
- HF/VHF/UHF Monitoring and Recording.



Armoured Command - Control Center
ASELSAN Armoured Command Control Center is a high mobility system that is developed to serve as peace-time and war-time command post for tactical units deployed in the theatre.

As a part of command and control system or as stand-alone, the Armoured Command Control Center collects and evaluates operations and intelligence data, and tracks the situation in the area of concern of the level it is deployed. The data that is collected using various communications sub-systems are evaluated in a totally computerized environment and using command control software.

Modular structure of Armoured Command Control Center allows the system to be adapted for different requirements.

Power supply for the center is provided by a portable generator.
General Specifications

- Tactical Command and Control Center
- Transmission of Satellite Image
- Sensor Management Center.



Mobile Command Control Center
ASELSAN Mobile Command-Control Center is a high mobility system that is developed to serve as peace-time and war-time command post for tactical units deployed in the theatre.

As a part of command and control system or as stand-alone, the Mobile Command-Control Center collects and evaluates operations and intelligence data, and tracks the situation in the area of concern of the level it is deployed. The data that is collected using various communications sub-systems are evaluated in a totally computerized environment and using command-control software.

Modular structure of Mobile Command-Control Center allows the system to be adapted for different requirements.

Power supply for the center is provided by a trailed generator.
General Specifications

- Tactical Command and Control Center
- Sensor Management Center


SKYWATCHER Air Defence Early Warning and Command Control
ASELSAN SKYWATCHER is a tactical command control system that receives air threat information from various types of radars; produces real time air picture, and assigns appropriate air defence weapons to the selected targets.

A state-of-the-art system basically comprises the folowing units;

Air Defence Operation Center (ADOC): ADOC at Army, Corps and Brigade levels, performing all the necessary command control and information system (CCIS) functionality for managing sensor and weapon systems stated below.

Interfaces to the sensor systems: Enable Interface to the radars that detects&tracks targets [SHORAD (Short Range Observation Radar, Medium Range Search Radars), Long Range Surveillance Radar Systems]

Interfaces to the weapon systems enables interface to weapon systems that take necessary action against airborne threats (MANPADS Missile Systems, SPAAGs, Anti-Aircraft Gun batteries, etc.)

ADOCs are linked to the radar sites through Radar Interface Units and to weapon systems through Weapon Interface Units. Fast and secure communication link of the Tactical Communications System, establishs a real time connection between the sensors and weapons, providing a minimized reaction time for intercepting all types of airborne threats.

Operators of the ADOC can view the computer generated real time air picture on which friendly/hostile forces together with safe/unsafe air corridors on digital maps are displayed. Status, availability and coverage information of sensors and weapon systems are also displayed on the screen.

SKYWATCHER enables planning activities, analyzing possibilities that is needed to determine the deployment plans of radars and weapons for an effective air defence.
General Specifications

- Generating real-time air picture by combining target track information from various distributed sensors,(Sensor Fusion)
- Generating air Picture on digital terrain maps.
- Distributing air picture to the weapon systems,
- Target identification with IFF (Identification Friend or Foe) System,
- Various analysis tools over digital maps,
- Viewing and sharing the position, operational status, equipment information of system units,
- Manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic optimum target assignment,
- Fast and secure communication,
- Preperation of simulation scenarios for training of system operators,
- Record and Replay function.
- Defining and distributing Battlefield Geometrics to control airborne.


Functional features of the system are:

- Operation under all weather conditions,
- Compatibility with military standards,
- Open system architecture for new types of sensor and weapon systems, and technological upgrades,
- Modular hardware/software,
- Distributed architecture,
- Mobility,
- Minimum set-up and tear-down times.
- Uninterrupted working









BAIKS 2000 Field Artillery Battery Fire Direction System
ASELSAN Field Artillery Battery Fire Direction System (BAIKS-2000) is a technical fire direction and data communications system designed to increase the fire power and first hit capability of the field artillery.

BAIKS-2000 consists of the following main units:

- Fire Direction Computer (FDC), which together with several peripherals (printer, communication equipment, etc.) is used at Battery/Platoon Fire Direction Centers.
- Platoon Leader’s Digital Message Units (PLDMU) are used by Platoon Leaders in platoon-based batteries and by Battery Executive Officers in battery based operations.
- Gun Commander’s Digital Message Unit (GDMU) is either installed to the weapon platform or used as a hand-held unit by Gun Commander.
- Company Fire Support Officer’s Computer (FSOC) is integrated to the Fire Support Team Headquarters Vehicle.
- Forward Observer Digital Message Unit (FODMU) is a hand-held terminal used by Forward Observers.

BAIKS-2000 MAIN FUNCTIONS

BAIKS-2000 provides automation of technical fire direction processes in towed and self-propelled (SP) Direct Support/General Support field artillery batteries/platoons. The system enables the fire direction center and the firing units to perform their missions fast, accurately and effectively. The system also provides the Company Fire Support Team Headquarters and Forward Observers with digital capabilities for target acquisition, fire support planning, coordination and execution, as well as data communications via tactical radios and field cables.

BAIKS-2000 fire direction software implements “NATO Armament Ballistic Kernel” (NABK) and hence computes the firing commands very rapidly and precisely. The system can be easily configured to support different unit organizations (e.g. battery-based with 4, 6 or 8 guns, platoon-based battery with 2 platoons, each having 2, 3 or 4 guns) as required by the tactical environment.

BAIKS-2000 integrates the field artillery batteries and Company Fire Support Teams digitally to the other fire support and/or other functional area C3I systems within the force. BAIKS-2000 units can digitally communicate with tactical fire direction systems located in various fire support and maneuvering unit command posts, artillery meteorology systems, target acquisition radars and other fire support systems. BAIKS-2000 supports data communication protocols in compliance with MIL-STD-188-220B and MIL-STD-2045-47001.

FIRE DIRECTION COMPUTER

BAIKS-2000 Fire Direction Computer (FDC) provides a battery/platoon fire direction center with the capabilities to calculate the firing data rapidly and accurately and send these to the firing pieces by data transmission. FDC also provides the capability of digital communications with mission related fire support and maneuvering elements, including the forward observers, company and battalion command posts, meteorological measurement sections and survey sections.

Fire Direction Computer hardware, which includes a high-speed processing unit and a high-resolution color monitor, is resistant to harsh environmental conditions and can be installed into the cabin of any tactical wheeled vehicle, tracked vehicle or a shelter type battery/platoon fire direction center. The FDC is interfaced to a printer, and to a 2-channel data communication adapter, which provides data communication via tactical radios and/or field wires. FDC performs the following basic functions:

- Reception of fire requests and fire orders via digital communication.
- Precise calculations of firing commands, taking into account the meteorological data and muzzle velocities.
- Digital transmission of firing data to the firing pieces.
- Processing fire missions: e.g. adjustment fire and subsequent adjustments, registration fire, fire-for-effect and time-on-target missions.
- Display of battlefield data on digital map; e.g. fire support coordination measures, target locations, observer locations, known points, registration points, command posts, friendly and hostile units, terrain data.
- Digital communications with other systems/command posts including the Battery Executive Officer/Platoon leaders, Gun Commanders, Company Fire Support Team Headquarters, Forward Observers, Maneuver Battalion Fire Support Coordination Center, Artillery Battalion Fire Direction Center, Artillery Target Locating Radars, Artillery Meteorology System.

PLATOON LEADER’S DIGITAL MESSAGE UNIT

Platoon Leader’s Digital Message Unit (PLDMU) based on ASELSAN HT-7243 Hand-Held Terminal with specifically developed application software. PLDMU can be used by platoon leaders in platoon based batteries or by Battery Executive Officers in battery based operations. PLDMU, designed to meet severe battlefield conditions, can be used either as a hand-held unit or it can be installed in a vehicle. It can be powered either with an integrated rechargeable battery or external (vehicle) power source. PLDMU performs the following basic functions:

- Displays all fire mission related data.
- Enables the user to communicate digitally with Battery Fire Direction Center and Gun Commanders.
- Enables the platoon leader to prepare and send reports and commands as formatted or free text messages.
- Receives and displays formatted or free text messages forwarded by Fire Direction Computer and Gun Commander’s Digital Message Unit.
- Displays mission related data over the digital map of the battlefield; e.g. battery center, gun positions, fire support coordination measures, target locations, observation posts, known points, command posts, friendly and hostile units, terrain data.

GUN COMMANDER’S DIGITAL MESSAGE UNIT

Gun Commander’s Digital Message Unit (GCDMU) is based on ASELSAN HT-7243 Hand-Held Terminal with specifically developed application software. Gun commanders can use this device either as a hand-held unit or it can be installed on the weapon, which is the usual practice for SP howitzers. The device is resistant to battlefield environmental conditions, including the shock and vibrations on howitzers. It can be powered either with an integrated rechargeable battery or external (vehicle) power source. GCDMU performs the following basic functions:

- Enables gun commander to digitally communicate with the platoon leader and the battery/platoon Fire Direction Center.
- Receives and displays firing data, commands and other formatted and free text messages sent by the Fire Direction Center or the Platoon Leader.
- Sends gun status, fire mission reports and other formatted and free text messages to the Fire Direction Center and the Platoon Leaders.
- When integrated digitally to Muzzle Velocity Radar, it receives muzzle velocity data from the radar and sends it to the Fire Direction Computer.
- Sends firing data (azimuth, elevation and fuze setting) digitally to automatic gun laying, automatic loader and automatic fuze setting systems on modern howitzers.
- Receives gun position and pointing data directly from on-board navigation/positioning systems and sends it to the fire direction center.

COMPANY FIRE SUPPORT OFFICER’S COMPUTER

Company Fire Support Officer’s Computer (FSOC) provides the Company Fire Support Team Headquarters with the capabilities for fire support planning, coordination and execution in a digitally automated environment, as well as data communications with the other fire support elements.

FSOC is a military type computer installed at Company Fire Support Team Headquarters, which can be a tactical wheeled or tracked vehicle. The unit is comprised of a high-speed processor unit and a high-resolution color monitor and it is resistant to harsh environmental conditions. FSOC performs the following basic functions:

- Enables to assign Forward Observers various tactical operational modes depending on the tactical conditions and the observer’s skills.
- Sends/relays local or forward observer-originated target data and fire requests to tactical fire direction command posts, Battery Fire Direction Center or company/battalion Mortar Fire Direction Center.
- Receives and sends formatted or free text messages.
- Provides capability to perform fire support planning and coordination tasks.
- Displays fire support coordination measures, targets, observer locations, known points, registration points, command post locations and other tactical information on a digital map.
- Enables Company Fire Support Team Headquarters to communicate in digital format with the Forward Observers, Artillery Fire Direction Centers (Battalion, battery and platoon) Mortar Fire Direction Centers (Battalion/Company mortars) and Maneuver Battalion Fire Support Coordination Center.

FORWARD OBSERVER’S DIGITAL MESSAGE UNIT

The specific software developed for forward observer tasks turns ASELSAN HT-7243 Hand-Held Terminal into a Forward Observer’s Digital Message Unit (FODMU). FODMU can also be used either hand-held – which is the usual practice– and powered with an integrated battery or it can be fixed to a vehicle and powered with external (vehicle) power source. FODMU performs the following basic functions:

- Supports various operational modes of a forward observer as commanded by the Company Fire Support Headquarters.
- Transmits “Calls for Fire” and subsequent fire mission messages.
- Receives commands/orders and transmits target/fire mission related data via digital communication.
- Enables a forward observer to communicate with Company Fire Support Team Headquarters, Battery/Platoon Fire Direction Center, Maneuver Battalion Fire Support Coordination Center, and Battalion/Company Mortar Fire Direction Center via formatted and free text messages.
- Receives target position/direction data generated by electro optical target detection equipment used by forward observers and incorporates this data to the appropriate messages sent to the command posts.
- Displays data such as mission area, fire support coordination measures, targets, observer locations, known points, registration points, command posts, friendly and hostile units, critical terrain data on a digital map.

PRINTER

A printer is installed and wired to the Fire Direction Computer to log the critical data, activities and messages sent and received at the Battery/Platoon Fire Direction Center.

TACTICAL DATA/INTERNET COMMUNICATIONS UNIT

Tactical Data/Internet Communications Unit supports data communication protocol defined in MIL-STD-188-220B and provides data communications via tactical radios and field cable.

Within BAIKS-2000, Tactical Data/Internet Communications Unit is used at Fire Direction Centers and Company Fire Support Headquarters. HT-7243 type digital message units used in BAIKS-2000, have built-in data communications modules compatible with Tactical Data/Internet Communications Unit.

NETWORK CONNECTION UNIT

Network Connection Unit provides connection of Battery/Platoon Fire Direction Computer and Company Fire Support Officer’s Computer to Tactical Data/Internet Communications Unit via ‘Ethernet’.

CABLE DISTRIBUTION BOX

Cable Distribution Box is used to set-up field-wire connections (for data communication) between the system units, in a quick and reliable way.

BATTERY CHARGING UNIT

Battery Charging Unit is used to charge the rechargeable batteries of various HT-7243 type digital message units within the system. Battery Charging Unit can be powered with either 220VAC mains or 28VDC vehicular source. The unit can charge two batteries simultaneously.

WIRE LINE ADAPTER

Wire Line Adapter is used to adapt the radio connection port of HT-7243 type digital message units for field wire connection.





ADOP 2000 Integration Hardware and Software Project
The aim of ADOP 2000 Integration Hardware and Software Project is to integrate all available fire support units and target acquisition systems, to provide the most effective, efficient and timely fire support as required by the corps, and integrate fire support with the other functional areas of the battlefield.
The project brings forward a fire support system compatible with the battlefield of 21st century. The overall system will be comprised of effective target acquisition and firing systems, in which all operations are performed in a computer aided digital environment, to assure that the target is fired with the most appropriate firing asset. The required operational capabilities and the systems to meet these requirements, are listed below:

1. To perform the tactical fire direction in echelons from corps to battalion in a digitized environment:

2. To perform the technical fire direction of tube artillery battery/platoon in a digitized environment: Battery Fire Direction Computer System (BAIKS-2000).

3. To perform the technical fire direction of battalion and company mortar platoons/sections in a digitized environment: Mortar Fire Direction Computer System (HAIKS).

4. To provide advanced target acquisition and command, control and communication capabilities to the “Fire Support Team Headquarters” and the “Artillery Battalion Observation and Target Laser Designation Posts”: FIST Equipment.

5. All other hardware and software needed to digitize and automate the fire support functions, which are already performed manually.


(a) Mobile fire support coordination and fire direction centers, which will enable the use of tactical and technical fire direction systems in tactical operational environment.

(b) The “Survey Operational Center” and the “Position and Azimuth Determining Post” which will provide the survey support needed by the fire support.

(c) Digital integration of all fire support systems within the echelons of corps and below.

(d) Digital integration of fire support system with other battlefield functional area (e.g. maneuver, air defense, intelligence/electronic warfare, logistics) systems.



HT 7243 Hand Held Terminal Unit
The HT-7243 Hand-Held terminal is a state-of-the art, portable computer. It is designed for the users who need high performance in the field.

The HT-7243 is lightweight, rugged enough to withstand adverse conditions encountered in the field.

The HT-7243's modular, flexible and open architecture allows for internal and external expansion to accommodate many of the most popular peripherals and accessories.

With standard DOSTM and WINDOWSTM operating systems, it gives a flexible software development environment.
General Specifications

APPLICATIONS

- Secure Data Terminal
- Remote Control Terminal
- Field Computer



LT 7241 Laptop Terminal Unit
The LT-7241 Lap-Top Terminal Unit is a state-of-the art, portable computer with high processing power. It is designed for the users who need high performance in the field.

The LT-7241 is lightweight, rugged enough to withstand adverse conditions encountered in the field.

The LT-7241’s modular, flexible and open architecture allows for internal and external expansion to accommodate many of the most popular peripherals and accessories.

With standard DOSTM and WINDOWSTM operating systems, it gives a flexible software development environment.
General Specifications

APPLICATIONS

- Field Computer
- Artillery Computer





VIA 10 Tactical Data Internet Communications Unit
ASELSAN’s new Tactical Data/Internet Communications Unit (VIA) provides network based communications (i.e. Tactical Internet) capability for the tactical data terminals and computers over the legacy Combat Net Radio (CNR).

Via has a modem-like interface for computers employed by C21 systems, and form a seamless, reliable data communications network to those attached computers even under changing topology, dynamic connectivity, and severe electronic warfare conditions.


MAIN APPLICATIONS

- Terminal Adapter
- Router/Gateway
- Network Controller
- Network Performance Monitor

Software:

- Layered software design according to ISO 7498, "Basic Reference Model for Open Systems Interconnection (OSI-RM)" based "Open Systems Architecture” and future proof,
- Software and configuration data downloading capability from a standart PC through the user friendly “Fill Gun” software (available for Win NT and 98),
- Embedded web server for configuration and self documentation.

Available Models:

- VIA-10 Single Channel Tactical Data/Internet Communication Unit
- VIA-20 Dual Channel Tactical Data/Internet Communication Unit
General Specifications

- Diverse communication protocols support including TCP/IP, MIL-STD-188-220B

- Half duplex data transmission over various radio equipments or wireline

- Link based and/or end-to-end acknowledgement, retransmission and error detection and correction mechanisms for reliable data communications

- Connection (link) status and network topology supervision

- 3 precedence levels of data transmission

- Regulated medium access scheme according to chosen multiple access method and level of precedence
- Adaptive routing,

- Tactical network management

- MIL-STD-2045-47001B support for interoperability (option)

- Lightweight, compact, low-power and rugged.




Electro-Optic Systems
ASELFLIR 200 Airborne Thermal Imaging System
The ASELFLIR-200 Airborne Thermal Imaging System is a low-weight, multi-purpose, thermal imaging sensor for pilotage/navigation, surveillance, search-and-rescue, automatic tracking, target classification and targeting.

The ASEFLIR-200 has two weapon replaceable assemblies: Turret Unit, WRA-1 and Electronics Unit, WRA-2. The ASELFLIR-200 is an open architecture and hardware/software flexible unit which can be adapted to various air & sea platforms and unmanned air vehicles.
General Specifications
- Gyro and Electronic Stabilisation

- Local Area Processing (LPA) for real-time image enhancement
- Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS)
- Adaptable interface
- Multi-Mode Tracker in video and inertial/radar cued modes
- 1553/ARINC data busses or discrete controls to interface with other on-board avionics.
- A third field of view for navigation
- Freeze frame mode
- Video output is either CCIR or RS-170 according to the order.




AAS 44 Airbone Targeting FLIR and Laser Designator System
The AAS-44 Airborne targeting FLIR System is a low-weight, multi-purpose, thermal imaging and laser designator sensor for pilotage/navigation, surveillance, search-and-rescue, automatic tracking, target classification and targeting.

General Specifications

- Gyro and Electronic Stabilisation
- Laser Designation
- Local Area Processing (LPA) for real-time image enhancement
- Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS)
- Adaptable interface
- Multi-Mode Tracker in video and inertial/radar cued modes
- 1553/ARINC data busses or discrete controls to interface with other on-board avionics.
- A third field of view for navigation
- Freeze frame mode



DNTSS Day Night Termal Sight System
Day-Night Thermal Sight System (DNTSS) is a 2nd. Generation infrared sight (FLIR) designed for armored vehicles. DNTSS, gives the gunner the capability to survey the battlefield and detect, reconize, acquire and engage treats in adverse conditions like, night, fog haze and rain, also in combat conditions like dust, smoke, fire and camouflage. The passive imaging provides fully covert surveillance.

DNTSS provides the capabilities by giving the gunner the choise of viewing the battlefield with direct view optics telescope (Day View Sensor), day television sensor (Day TV Sensor) or a thermal imaging sensor (Thermal Sensor). All the sensors have two fields of view. The direct view telescope is viewed through a seperate eye piece. The day TV and thermal image are viewed through a video display unit. (VDU). Both gunner and commander have VDUs and can independently select day or thermal view. DNTSS integrates into the Turkish Land Forces Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicles (AIFV). The Thermal Sight utilizes state of the art 4x240=960, 2nd generation Focal Plane Array (FPA) Infra Red Detector technology which enchances tactical ranges over 2X compared to similar products. Turkish Land Forces is the first organization to field such serial produced systems with this technology. Built in features enables the DNTSS to be integrated into a full solution fire control system without any modification to the base equipment.

It is possible to integrate the system to other land, sea and airborne platforms. The digital signal processing within DNTSS enables it to be compatible with the digital battle field concept of the future, its tactical and technical superiority is an assurance for employment in such platforms.
eneral Specifications

Line Replaceable Units (LRU):

- Line of Sight Director, LOSD
- Thermal Sight Unit, TSU
- Visible Sight Unit, VSU
- Thermal Electronics Unit, TEU
- Video Display Unit, VDUs (One for the gunner, one for the commander)

In addition to these LRUs there are several auxillary equipment included in the DNTSS
- Cable set for interconnection between the LRUS and the vehicle systems
- Ballistic cover for ballistic protection of the LOSD



EAGLEEYE - Fire Control Sighting System
EAGLEEYE is a compact, small volume Gunner’s Thermal Sight with a high performance thermal imager with gyro stabilized head mirror. It has been developed by ASELSAN for Main Battle Tanks and Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicles. EAGLEEYE provides the gunner and the commander the capability to engage threats on the move, both day and night and in adverse weather conditions like fog, haze and in combat conditions like dust, smoke, fire and camouflage, with superior range performance. Passive thermal imaging provides fully covert surveillance.

High precision stabilized Line-of-Sight, which is independent from the Line-of-Fire ensures high first round hit probability by providing a jitter-free, clear thermal/visible image in practically any terrain and at relatively high speeds. High precision eye safe Laser Range Finder, Line-of-Sight and Line-of-Fire angular digital output and digital ballistic solution represent the assurance for the high probability of hit required in combat.
General Specifications
THERMAL CAMERA

- 2nd generation Focal Plane Array (FPA) detector
- Two Fields Of View
- High range performance (twice that of 1st generation systems)
- Visibility through battle field conditions like smoke, fire, camouflage
- High range performance for Detection/Recognition/Identification at adverse weather conditions.

VISIBLE SIGHT AND LASER RANGE FINDER UNIT

- Two Fields Of View
- Eye protection filter against laser beam
- TV extension for the Commander
- Eye safe laser
- First / last return selection, and multiple return warning

GUNNER AND COMMANDER VIDEO DISPLAY UNITS

- Provides Thermal and Day TV view of the battle field.
- Selection of Thermal and Day TV images for the Commander independent from the Gunner.
- Distant control of thermal camera functions for commander.
- Displays all fire control information and provides data input through the displayed menus.

MUZZLE REFERENCE SYSTEM

- The collimator mounted on the barrel tip provides muzzle reference of the barrel,
- The steerable head mirror pointing to the collimator provides instant boresight correction with respect to the line-of-fire, deflected due the thermal expansions.

STABILIZED HEAD MIRROR

- High precision stabilized head mirror provides on the move jitter free DAY view, CCD TV and thermal image.
- High precision optical stabilization-against low frequency vehicle pitch motions, and for high frequency angular vibrations created by vehicle tracks.
- Independent line-of-sight provides automatic lead and super-elevation insertion to the gun without moving the line of sight from the target.
- High precision digital angular read-out and pointing accuracy in both axis through utilization of optical encoders.
- High precision turret cant angle read-out through the integrated inclinometer

STABILIZATION AND BALLISTIC CONTROL UNIT

- Performs the stabilization and balistic path computation. Has two modes of operation:
- Provides the highest shoot on the move combat capability in primarily stabilized line-of-sight operation mode where the gun is slaved to the perfectly stabilized head mirror
- Provides a back-up combat capability in line-of-sight slaved to gun operation mode where the stabilized head mirror is slaved to the gun.
- Digital Signal Processing infrastructure provides:
- High precision mirror stabilization and gun position control,
- Real time ballistic solution (Super-elevation and drift angles depending on the ammunition type, target range and meteorological conditions. Dynamic lead angle to the moving targets. Parallax and cant angle compensations.),
- Automatic stabilization drift compensation,
- High precision plumb accuracy by digital plumb calibration,
- Automatic target tracking (optional).

GUN ELEVATION SENSOR

- High precision digital angular read-out of gun elevation, through utilization of optical encoder mounted directly on the gun trunion axis.




Driver's Vision Enhancer
The Driver’s Vision Enhancer is an uncooled thermal periscope using 8-12 micrometer wave band. It gives the driver the ability to see through dust, smoke and haze. It operates in total darkness and will not shut down or bloom in the bright light conditions often encountered on the battlefield. It provides the driver a safe driving and 24 hour maneuvering capability.

The Driver’s Vision Enhancer is adaptable to both tactical wheeled and combat vehicles. It has modular design and facilitates ease of integration into multiple vehicles.

It requires no scanners, dewars or coolers so it is very reliable, compact and quiet. 640x480 active matrix liquid crystal, flat panel display which is in front of the driver provides him the thermal image of the scene.
General Specifications
- 320x240 staring Focal Plane Array dedector
- 24-hour operational capability
- Silent watch operational capability
- Easy adaptation into many vehicles





BAYKUS Thermal Camera System
BAYKUÞ Thermal Camera System is an infrared imaging system which enables the user target detection, recognition and observation capabilities in all weather conditions like night, fog, haze and rain, also in combat area conditions like dust, smoke, fire and camouflage. The passive nature of imaging provides fully covert surveillance.

Light-weight and portable structure, operability with 12-24 VDC sealed lead acid battery or 220 VAC at stationary applications, minimum focusing range, uninterrupted operation capability without being affected from poor field and weather conditions, low noise level and perfect imaging make BAYKUÞ an ideal system for both military and professional purposes. ASELSAN Target Acquisition System can be integrated to BAYKUÞ Thermal Camera System easily.
General Specifications
- Border surveillance,
- Protection of headquarters, military zones and police stations
- Port/harbour surveillance,
- Protection of civil facilities (e.g. oil platforms, pipe lines, dams, airports etc.).






FALCONEYE Electro - Optical Sensor System
Discrimination of threats, by using detection, recognition and identification criteria, is the major issue attained by surveillance systems. In order to enhance the mission performance during day-night and adverse weather conditions, ASELSAN has designed an Electro-Optical Sensor System called FALCONEYE, which comprises a Thermal Imaging System using 288x4 Focal Plane Array dedector and a high performance Day TV Sensor for sighting.

FALCONEYE has an embedded Eye Safe Laser Range Finder, GPS Receiver and Digital Compass providing the user either coordinates of the target or bearing an inclination information to the target. A very accurate Astronomical North Finding capability is optionally available. A Laser Pointer for illuminating targets to friendly image intensifier weapon sight users is also embedded for optional use.

FALCONEYE uses the state of the art technologies and offers different sensors into a compact and rugged solution. FALCONEYE can be easily integrated into any platform or be used with a tripod. All functions are attained through user friendly interfaces.
General Specifications
- High Resolution Image
- Lightweight and Compact Structure
- Easy Mount and Dismount
- Electronic Symbology or Reticle on Image
- Built in Test Capability
-Freeze Frame Feature
- External Video Output
- Meets Environmental Requirements per MIL-STD-810






ASIR Thermal Imaging System
ASIR is a 288x4 Focal Plane Array thermal surveillance system operating in 8-12 micrometer wave band.

System has a high sensitivity that enables long range detection of targets with very low temperature difference with its environment. High resolution image of ASIR results in recognizing and identifying threats easily.

In addition to day and night good weather conditions, ASIR has high performance in adverse weather conditions which have a limited atmospheric energy transmission due to natural effects like fog, haze, etc. or due to smoke, dust, fire, etc. in battlefield.

ASIR can be operated via a universal interface by an ergonomically designed control unit or a computerized control station.

ASELSAN Target Acquisition System can be integrated to ASIR for measuring range, elevation and azimuth angles of the target. All information are processed to find out and display target’s exact coordinate immediately after pushing a single button.
General Specifications
- High performance in good and adverse atmospheric conditions and in battle field
- High resolution image
- Lightweight and compact structure
- Ergonomic remote control unit
- Freeze frame and electronic zoom feature
- Easy mount and dismount
- Integrable with ASELSAN’s Target Acquisition System
- Interface for a day light camera
- Electronic symbology or reticle imposed on image
- Built in test (BIT) capability
- Meets environmental requirements per MIL-STD-810





Thermal Weapon Sight
ASELSAN’s Portable Weapon Sight is a lightweight, ruggedised, uncooled thermal sight operating in 8-12 micrometer spectral band. It operates passively and senses the differences in heat emitted by objects in its field of view. The sight allows true see-in-the-dark capability. It operates in total darkness and will not shut down or bloom when hit by direct light.

The Portable Weapon Sight separates the targets from backgrounds in all weather conditions like dust, smoke, fog, haze and other battlefield obscurants. It uses 320x240 Focal Plane Array dedector and requires no scanners, dewars or coolers so it is very reliable, compact and quiet. The thermal sight is for use as a primary targeting sight for individual or crew served weapons or as a hand-held forward observer’s scope. It uses Lithium Ion rechargeable battery or commercially available 9V battery for hand held usage. Also, it can be powered externally by 10 to 30 VDC.
General Specifications
- Lightweight
- High reliability
- Quiet
- Low power consumption
- Reticle selection
- Simple operation
- External video output
- Mountable on tripod








STINGER Termal Sight
Aselsan’s lightweight Stinger Thermal Sight provides the gunner perfect image during day/night and adverse weather conditions like dust, smoke, fog, haze and other battlefield obscurents.

It uses uncooled technology and requires no scanners, dewars or coolers so that it is very reliable, compact and quiet.

The sight can be easily mounted on the Stinger Missile without dismounting the missile’s day sight. It has the same field of view and symbology with the day sight so it provides the gunner easy adaptation when switched from day sight to thermal sight or vice versa.
General Specifications
- 320X240 staring FPA dedector
- Rapid and easy mounting on Stinger Missile
- Easy operation
- Low power consumption
- Compatible field of view and symbology with the Stinger Missile
- The Thermal Sight does not interfere with the operation of the Stinger Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) transmitter/receiver






IRHN 9396 Laser Target Pointer
Operation:

ASELSAN’s IRHN-9396 provides a rapid, accurate aim point for professional engaged in night operations. The IRHN-9396 does this by projecting an intense continuous IR laser beam which night vision goggles. Once it is boresighted to a weapon, the operator simply puts the laser beam on target and fires. The IRHN has a range up to 2500m and accuracy equivalent to the finest optical sights. The range of the IRHN-9396 makes it well sutted for sniper action, target designation, secure communications and airborne applications.

Performance:

ASELSAN’s IRHN-9396 incorporates an advanced laser and precision optics in a diffraction-limited optical system to produce a distinct round aim spot. The near perfect collimation of the laser beam results in constant aim spot size over the entire IRHN-9396 range.
Features:

ASELSAN’s IRHN-9396 has been engineered for durability and ease of use. The advanced design incorporating state-of-the-art materials is exceptionally light, yet rugged enough to withstand repeated drops from over 1.2 meters. Activation of the IRHN-9396 is by an economically-designed thumb switch with momentary and full on positions. An integral battery compartment accommodates two universally available AA batteries. Precise azimuth & elevation adjustment is incorporated in the IRHN-9396.

Visual Security:

Advanced optical design and unique optical baffle reduce off axis detectability to degrees greater than or equal to 9 degree and preclude the IRHN-9396 laser beam from being seen by others using Night Vision Devices. The optical baffle is screwed on to the front of the Aiming Light.
General Specifications
- High-performance Laser Infrared Aiming Device compatible with Night Vision Goggles
- Conformance to MIL-SPECS
- 2500 meters range
- Advanced compact and lightweight design
- Completely self-contained
- Uses universally available AA or military batteries
- Custom Mounts to any weapon
Easily boresighted.
- ON/OFF knob
- High/Low power knob



Laser Range Finding Systems
The LH-7800 Laser Range Finder is a hand-held instrument intended for use by infantry units, with the weight size and shape of 7X50 binocular. The instrument can range at targets from 150 m to 9995 m with accuracy of  5m.

It is electro-optical instrument whose operation is based on an echo principle employing an infrared light pulse of high intensity. When the instrument is triggered, this short invisible light pulse is transmitted along a very narrow path. On hitting a target a small portion of the transmitted light is reflected back along the path towards the instrument where it passes through an optical systems to a receiver. The range of the target is determined by the time interval elapsed from the moment of transmission of the pulse to the moment of the returned “echo” from the target.

The unit can also be mounted on a lightweight tripod and goniometer in order to obtain elevation and azimuth angles of targets.

External Power/Data Connector enables the instrument to use external power supply and transmits the range data to outer environment in the form of electrical signals.








Target Acquisition System
In combat conditions, target detection, identification and definition have great importance. It is a compulsory need to identify the target coordination very quickly and accurately and to transfer these to the fire control system in the shortest time.

The Target Acquisition System has been developed for the ASELSAN Thermal Camera Systems in order to point the detected target and to measure its coordinates, range, elevation and azimuth angles. Both the Electronic Compass and Inclonometer Unit which give the elevation and azimuth angles and the Laser Range Finder which measures the target's distance are in the Sensor Unit which is mounted on to the Thermal Camera. The system also includes the Laser Pointer which points the target in the infrared spectrum, therefore, helps to describe the target to the troops who have the night vision equipment.

The station coordinates can be entered either manually or through a GPS electronically. All information is displayed on the thermal camera video screen. In addition to this, the target information can be numerically transferred to the other systems.
General Specifications
- Coordinates in UTM grid system
- True magnetic and grid north choice
- Magnetic deviation angle adjusted automatically
- Required symbology and reticle generation
- 100 target memories
- Digital data input/output over RS232 serial port





Land Platforms Laser Range Finder
ASELSAN Land Platforms Laser Range Finder is an eye-safe Laser Range Finder designed for fire control systems on wheeled and tracked vehicles. LRF integrated on ASELSAN EAGLEEYE and DNTSS systems can measure up to 10km with an accuracy of +/-5 meters.



Multi Pulse Laser Range Finder

Multi Pulse Laser Range Finder (MPLRF) is developed to provide target range data for anti-aircraft gun and missile systems. MPLRF uses high power laser pulses to measure range of the target, and transmits this to the system computer thru RS422 serial link. MPLRF is totally computer controlled with full BIT and can be mounted on wheeled or tracked ground vehicles. With its 20km measurement range, 5m accuracy and 20 measurements per second capability, MPLRF is the ideal solution for air defense applications.




RATTLESNAKE Laser Range Finder and Designator

RATTLESNAKE Ground Laser Range Finder and Designator is developed for the dismounted soldier. It is a coded laser designation system. System selectively operates at Band I, Band II NATO codes and a no Code Modes. System is designed to provide guidance for all types of munition used by NATO such as LGB (Paveway), Hellfire and Copperhead. System is capable of measuring ranges up to 20 km with high accuracy.





Night Vision Monocular
ASELSAN Models M982 and M983/M983A are Night Vision Monocular systems that offer high resolution, image intensified night vision in a very lightweight single-tube and single-eyepiece configuration.

The M982, M983 and M983A models are identical except for the image intensifier.

The new concept of a single-eye format night vision monocular is based on independent use of each eye. One eye is equipped with a night vision device while the other eye remains free and uncovered. A major disadvantage of the standart dual-eye goggle is the one-minute pupil dilation period after the goggle is removed. During this period, the user may be night-blind. With ASELSAN monocular goggles, the uncovered eye is already dilated and provides instant transition to ambient light viewing.

Another advantage of the monocular is the wider perceived field of view (FOV). The user has a 40 degree FOV on his equipped eye and 90 degree minimum peripheral vision with his free eye. This configuration gives the user the sense of a greater FOV.

For long-range observation, both models can be easily field-converted to 3X magnification and 13 degree FOV by a simple objective lens change.
General Specifications
- Compact, very lightweight
- Increased facemask comfort and stability
- Quick-disconnect, auto-off power
- Built-in IR illuminator
- Hand-held operation; pocketscope size
- NBC mask-compatible
- Water resistant
- High gain, brighter image, low-light sensitivity
- Rapid, no-tools lens exchange
- SLR/video camera-compatible
- Quick-connect or disconnect tripod mount
- Field convertible to 3X magnification and camera relay lenses
- Black textured finish
- One standard AA alkaline or lithium battery
- Low-battery and IR illuminator indicators in the eyepiece field of view

SLR/Video Camera Application

One of the advantages of the M982/M983/M983A is the option to use camera systems for film or television.






3x Night Vision Binocular
ASELSAN Models M977 and M978/M978A are Night Vision Binoculars (NVB) that offer high resolution, image intensified night vision in a lightweight, compact, single-tube configuration. It is an excellent medium-range night vision device designed to military standards. M977/M978/M978A represents a new standard for single-tube night vision binoculars. For short-range use, both models can be easily converted to a highly 1X goggle by a simple objective lens change. The M977, M978 and M978A differ only in the image intensifier.

Applications:
- Long Range Nocturnal Observations
- Night Covert Security/Surveillance
- Night Combat Patrols/Law Enforcement
- Night Search and Rescue
- Night Navigation
- Low-Light Level Inspection
General Specifications
- High Gain,
- Compact, Lightweight,
- Full Interchangeability with M972/M973 (AN/PVS-7A) Night Vision Goggle Parts
- Water Resistant,
- NBC and Protective Mask-Compatible,
- Rotary ON/OFF/IR Switch
- Greater Sensitivity and Resolution with Gen II PLUS and GEN III Image Intensifier Tube
- Field-Upgradable from GEN II PLUS (M977) to GEN III (M978) and advanced Gen III
- (M978A)
- Uses Standard AA or Military Batteries
- LED ON and low voltage Warning Light
- Field-Convertible to 1X Binocular or Head-Mounted Goggle




6x Individual Night Vision Weapon Sight
M994, M995/M995A 6X night weapon sight is one of ASELSAN’s latest night vision products of high technology. This unique, new, high performance, individual night weapon sight is compact, light weight and user friendly. Because of the offset eyepiece design, a more conventional head position can be used, just as for a day aiming posture. The design eliminates a major disadvantage of older high profile night sights.
Only one “AA” size battery is required to power this rugged, water resistant, 6X sight which provides a high resolution, intensified image for effective night sighting and aiming. A variable intensity red reticle is optically superimposed on the green intensified image, providing the marksman with an extremely visible, high contrast, accurate aiming capability.
M994, M995/M995A models differ only in the type of interchangeable image intensifier tube assemblies in GEN II, III and advanced Gen III. The M994 and M995 include splash-proof lens covers which incorporate a large neutral density filter for realistic daylight training and accurate daylight weapon zeroing. A 4X interchangeable objective lens is also available for weapons requiring a longer viewing range.
General Specifications
- Efficient F/1.7 Objective Lens,
- Magnification of 6X,
- Wide 6.3 degree Field of View,
- 4X Interchangeable Objective Lens Available,
- Ballistically Calibrated Elevation Adjuster,
- Interchangeable Gen II Plus, Gen III and Advanced Gen III,
- Reticle Brightness Adjustment,
- Needs Only One Type “AA” Battery,
- Windage Adjuster with 0.17 mR increments,
- STANAG and Mounting Hardware.




AN/AVS 6 Aviator's Goggle

ANVIS-The First Night Vision System Designed Specifically for Aviators.

The night vision goggle has dramatically extended the helicopter’s operational mission capability. A pilot can now carry out search and rescue operations and even missions flying nap-of-the-earth under moonlight or starlight conditions. Based on the experience of developing and producing sophisticated electronic systems, ASELSAN is producing the ANVIS goggle, designed specifically for aviators.

Enhanced Sensitivity

ASELSAN M929/M930 and M929A/M930A Aviator’s Goggle offers substantial improvements over earlier night vision systems. Foremost is its increased sensitivity, with Gen III image intensifier tubes, providing the pilot with much higher system resolution and greater contrast, even in starlight. Missions that would previously have been cancelled can now be performed.

Along with its increased sensitivity, ASELSAN M929/M930 and M929A/M930A ANVIS goggle offers improved flash response. The image detail stays clear and bright, even when flares or bright lights enter into the field of view. M929 and M930 are identical except the mounts, M929 has “standard” mount assembly and M930 has “offset” mount assembly.
General Specifications
- Normal peripheral vision
- Satisfies military specifications
- Minimizes fatigue
- Flip-up stowage
- Greater sensitivity
- Fast flash response
- Easy to adjust
- Simple to upgrade
- Crash breakaway/one hand pop-off
- Daylight training accessories
- System redundancy
- Designed to fit the standard aviators helmet
- Logistics spares support
- Objective lens design; minus blue filtering
- On/Off/On switch to provide for selection of either of two batteries in battery pack




AN/VVS 2 Night Vision Driver's Periscope
Aselsan’s Night Vision Driver’s Periscope is designed for driving the Armoured Vehicles passively at night. While older systems were using binocular displays, the new systems use biocular displays in order to prevent the sight troubles that can be formed because of the vibrates happened on the bad grounds.

The system can be fitted to main and medium Battle Tanks, Infantry Fighting Vehicles and Armoured Vehicles with an appropriate mounting adapters. Since the structure is aluminium, this offers both endurance and lightness to the system. So that the driver can easily change day and night periscopes to one another














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Electronic Warfare & Intelligence
DFIN 3A2 Tactical Communications Direction Finding (DF) and
Modern DF Systems providing accurate, fast, sensitive, stable line of bearing and location information about communications emitters are indispensable electronic intelligence sources. For tactical missions, such systems necessitate also high mobility on rough terrain. DFINT-3A2, Tactical Communications DF and Intelligence System is developed by ASELSAN in order to fulfill this mission on the complex radio communications environment of the modern battlefield.

DFINT-3A2 operates in the VHF/UHF frequency band to intercept, DF and monitor target communications. DFINT-3A2 is able to find the locations of emitters by collaborating with other DFINT-3X systems via wireless or wired nets.

Incorporating the above functions and built-in accessory units, DFINT-3A2 functions as an intelligence station that can be operated by a single operator. Furthermore, monitoring receivers and digital voice recorders can be used by a second operator if needed.

Both the system shelter and quiet AC power generator are carried by a 5 ton capacity 4x4 drive truck providing fast and easy set-up/tear-down which is very critical for tactical missions. Additionally, a built-in battery bank is kept ready for uninterrupted operation

Antennas of DFINT-3A2 can be located up to 50 m away from the vehicle if required.

USER INTERFACE

Having two operator positions, DFINT-3A2 provides user friendly menu driven operation with a high resolution 18'' color monitor, a full keyboard and a cursor driver on each console. All the system resources are accessible from the main console. Monitoring receivers and digital recording unit can also be operated from second console.

DFINT-3A2 provides excellent interactive data presentations in either graphical or list formats in order to accelerate information conveyance, some of which are:

- DF SCAN-1; enables the interception of frequency hopping emitters with simultaneous real-time Line-of-Bearings (LOB) vs frequency and amplitude vs frequency graphics.
- DF SCAN-2 mode; provides band search and listen feature with scanned band spectrum, narrow band spectrum and polar LOB graphics.
- DF STEP mode; allows fast scanning and/or monitoring of targets in the system database with on-screen 4 MHz wide panoramic spectrum, narrow band spectrum and polar LOB plot.
- Location fixing on Digital Map.
- A seperate RECEIVER CONTROL menu is available for each monitoring receiver, enabling band scan, channel scan and monitoring of intercepted targets functions.
- DIGITAL AUDIO RECORDER menu; provides record, playback, database operations.
General Specifications

-lnterferometric DF principle, DSP based DF architecture,
-Ability to intercept and DF state-of-the-art frequency hopping and burst emissions,
-DSP based DF computer architecture,
- Better than 1000 MHz/sec scan seed with DF,
-Netted operation for location fixing,
-Computer controlled modular system architecture,
-Color graphical and list format data presentations,
-Up to 8 V/UHF monitoring receivers,
-Optional multichannel demodulators,
-Up to 32 channel digital recording,
-Secure voice and data communication via wired and wireless nets,
-Built in GPS receiver and (optional) electronic compass,
-Built in self-test (BIT) capability, ease of maintenance,
-Immune to harsh environmental conditions,
-High mobility on rough terrain with a 4x4 land vehicle,
-On board quiet AC power generator, no trailer,
-Ability to operate with external AC and internal DC sources,
-Quick set up and tear down




DFINT 3T2 Comunications Direction Finding (DF) System
Modern DF Systems providing accurate, fast, sensitive, stable line of bearings and location information about communications emitters are indispensable tactical electronic intelligence sources. DFINT-3T2, Transportable DF system has been developed to fulfill this mission on various platforms.

DFINT-3T2 operates in the VHF/ UHF frequency band to intercept, DF and analyze target communications. It is able to find the location of emitters by collaborating with other DFINT-3X systems via wireless or wired nets.

DFINT-3T2 has been designed for use on land, airborne and naval platforms. It can be deployed with the standard high gain/light weight antenna or several other antennas are also available for different applications such as, low profile disguised antenna, airborne and heliborne antennas etc.

All system units and accessories are placed in cases which bears harsh environment and transportation conditions and can easily be carried by two people.

USER INTERFACE

DFINT-3T2 provides excellent interactive data presentations in either graphical or list formats in order to accelerate information conveyance, some of which are:

- DF BAND SCAN-1; enables the interception of frequency hopping emitters with simultaneous real-time Line-of-Bearings (LOB) vs. frequency and amplitude vs. frequency graphics.
- DF BAND SCAN-2 mode; provides band search and listen feature with scanned band spectrum, narrow band spectrum and polar LOB graphics.
- DF STEP SCAN mode; allows fast scanning and/or monitoring of targets in the system database with on-screen 4 MHz wide panoramic spectrum, narrow band spectrum and polar LOB plot.
- LOCATION FIXING on Digital Map,

Behind these superior display capabilities, a powerful up-to-date DSP based architecture operates for exceeding an impressive DF scan speed of 1000 MHz/sec. By means of this performance, DFINT-3T2 can intercept and find LOBs of frequency hoppers and burst transmissions.



Armoured Tactical (DF) Vehicle
ASELSAN Armoured Tactical Direction Finding (DF) Vehicle is developed to intercept, DF, monitor and record target communications under hard battlefield conditions, that require armour protection and high mobility.

The system can operate under harsh environmental conditions and can be set up and operated in short time. ASELSAN DFINT-3T Communications DF System that is installed in the vehicle is a portable system that is used for intercepting, DFing and analyzing of communications in VHF/UHF band.

DFINT-3T system and communications equipment can be detached and operated outside the vehicle at locations suitable for direction finding, but that the vehicle can not reach.

Mounted on the AKREP Light Armoured Vehicle, the system has capability to travel on rough terrain and protect the personnel in threat environment.
General Specifications
- lnterferometric DF principle,
- Ability to intercept and DF state-of-the-art frequency hopping and burst emissions,
- Netted operation for location fixing,
- Computer controlled modular system architecture,
- HF/VHF/UHF Monitoring and Recording.



JAMINT 3 V/UHF Tactical Communications Jammer System
VHF / UHF radio communications are an essential element in the command and control of forces in the modern battlefield. Distruption of enemy¡¦s communications links in critical situations means an effective force multiplier.

JAMINT-3 Tactical Jammer operates in the VHF/UHF frequency band to intercept, analyze enemy communication channels and apply jamming to certain channels as instructed by the Command Center.

JAMINT-3 consists of a 4x4 drive vehicle and a single-axle trailer. The modular building blocks of the system are arranged in the vehicle ergonomically for ease of use. An adequately large air conditioning plant is integrated for effective operation in hot and cold climates. The trailer carries the power generator set and the system accessories.

Quick relocation is guaranteed by the help of the pneumatic antenna mast which is integral to the vehicle. The antenna, a log periodic design, can be completely rotated 360 degrees in azimuth, and to horizontal or vertical polarizations.
General Specifications

- High Mobility on Rough Terrain with a 4x4 Land Vehicle,
- Quick Set Up and Tear Down by Two Men,
- User Friendly, Menu-Driven Operation,
- Computer Controlled Modular System Architecture,
- Built In Self-Test Capability, Ease of Maintenance,
- Wide Frequency Coverage,
- Sequential Jamming of Multiple Targets,
- Deception by Voice or Recorded Messages,
- Adjustable Bandwidth Barrage jamming,
- Panoramic Display Receiver for RF Environmental Analysis,
- Easily Updated Threat List,
- Immune to Harsh Environmental Conditions,
- Quick Learning, Easy to Operate,
- Secure Voice and Data Communication.



JAMINT 4S HF Tactical Communications Jammer System
HF radio communications is an essential element in the command and control of forces on the modern battlefield. Distruption of enemy's communications links in critical situations means an effective force multiplier.

JAMINT-4S Tactical jammer operates in the HF (1 to 30 MHz) frequency band to intercept, analyze enemy communication channels and apply jamming to certain channels as instructed by the Command Center.

JAMINT-4S consists of a Mercedes Unimog vehicle, shelter and a single-axle trailer. Modular building blocks of the system are arranged in the vehicle ergonomically for ease of use. An adequately large air conditioning plant is integrated for effective operation in hot and cold climates. The trailer carries the power generator set and the system accessories.

JAMINT-4S system is either controlled by means of direct interface inside the shelter or by means of its remote control station. In remote control case, one or more JAMINT-4S, systems even while also unattended, operate under the control of the jamming Control Center.
General Specifications

- Quick Set Up and Tear Down by Two Men,
- User Friendly, Menu-Driven Operation,
- Computer Controlled Modular System Architecture,
- Built In Self-Test Capability, Ease of Maintenance,
- Ground Wave and Sky Wave Jamming,
- Sequential Jamming of Multiple Targets,
- Deception by Voice or Recorded Messages,
- Adjustable Bandwidth Barrage Jamming,
- Remote Control and Netted Operation,
- Panoramic Display for Analysis of RF Environment,
- Easily Updated Threat List,
- Color Graphical and List Format Data Presentations,
- Immune to Harsh Environmental Conditions,
- Quick Learning, Easy to Operate,
- Secure Voice and Data Communication.



ASES Electronic Warfare Self Protection System
ASES is the first ¡§Integrated EW Self Protection System¡¨, developed for transport aircrafts. It has been designed to protect large body and rotary wing aircrafts dedicated for special missions of Turkish Armed Forces. ASES System has a modern system architecture centralized around a Central Management Unit developed by ASELSAN and provides:

- Radar Warning,
- Missile Warning,
- Threat Adaptive Countermeasures Capabilities

ASES Integrated EW Self Protection System is the best solution for critical missions supplying full Situational Awareness to the pilot

- In ASES system, all the information from sub-systems are fused to assess the most appropriate countermeasure solution to defeat the threats,
- ASES provides ¡§Maximum Protection¡¨ for the aircraft and ¡§Minimum Workload¡¨ for the crew,
- ASES has been designed and integrated specially as an EW Self Protection System.

- Advanced self protection algorithms and software developed by ASELSAN for Sensor Fusion, EW Management and User Interface functions
- State of the art Integrated Self Protection System approach based on a sophisticated Central Management function for EW Suite
- Flexible and modular integration around a Central Management Unit that provides future upgrades or addition of EW subsystems according to the user requirements
- Dual redundant MIL-STD-1553B EW Bus architecture
- Support of various communication standards: MIL-STD-1553, RS-422, RS-232, ARINC-429, Ethernet
- Integration with the on-board avionics with minimum effort
- Complete evaluation of the threat, situation, aircraft and intelligence data
- Very fast identification of threat system with almost 100% Probability of Intercept as a result of real-time multi-sensor data fusion
- Very low false alarm rate compared to non-integrated self protection systems


Missile Warning:

- Glass cockpit integration of MILDS - Missile Warning System based on passive ultraviolet technology
- Spherical coverage with 6 missile warning sensors
- High probability of detection
- High spatial resolution
- Detection of all relevant missiles
- Discrimination between valid missile threats and battlefield/urban sources
- Detection of missile threats at initial launch phases (provides maximum warning time)
- Fast reaction for release of countermeasures
- Multiple threat analysis and tracking capability
- Low false alarm rate
- Easy to integrate in existing and future weapon systems
- Low life cycle costs
- No need for special cooling


Radar Warning:

- Glass cockpit integration of the Radar Warning Receiver
- Threat data input from the RWR to the EW System


Countermeasure Dispensing:

- Glass cockpit integration of Countermeasure Dispensing System (Chaff/Flare Dispensing System)
- Fast reaction time through automatic detection of threat and direct countermeasure action
- Optimum and adaptive countermeasure techniques managed by Central Management Unit
- Automatic, Semi-Automatic and Manual operating modes
- Continuous inventory report and autonomous protection of critical quantity of payload
- Maximum redundancy through by-pass lines for direct chaff/flare dispense
- Automatic misfire detection and correction with another payload
- Standard NATO cartridges


¡K and more:

- Full glass-cockpit compatibility
- Advanced Human-Machine Interface (HMI) with Multi Function Display (MFD) support
- Night Vision Goggles compatibility
- Descriptive symbology on MFD for fast reaction
- Indicative audio messages and alerts for maximum situational awareness
- In-flight event recording
- Single-point programming: Mission data files down-loading and mission records up-loading via PCMCIA standard card
- Various levels of Built In Test support
- Continuous support of ASELSAN for system adaptations of future needs
- Software Support Station for Mission Data File Generation and Post Mission Data Analysis



TRRS Transportable Regional Remote Station
RRS is a compact, modular, state-of-the-art radio spectrum measurement and monitoring system. The system complies with the ITU-R Handbook on Spectrum Monitoring. It provides measurement, monitoring and direction finding within the 20 MHz-2500 MHz frequency band and can be operated locally or remotely from the Remote Control Center (Regional Monitoring Center).

RRS is comprised of an antenna tower and a system shelter. Antenna tower is equipped with Omni Antennas, Log Periodic Antennas, Yagi Antennas, DF Antenna, Antenna Swiching Unit and Microwave Link Antenna.

The system can be automatically configured to perform various operational tasks, such as monitoring, direction finding and measurement of technical parameters.

RRS stores technical parameters of licensed transmitters and use it for comparison with measurements. By means of this, it is possible to generate an alarm to either the local operator or to Remote Control Center when an infringement occurs or a transmitter violates the licensed technical requirements.

Two principle modes of operation, namely Operator Interactive Mode and Automatic / Autonomous Mode are available in the RRS. In Operator Interactive Mode, spectrum analysis or measurement functions are implemented, Spectrum Analysis function is used to scan the frequency band for surveillance purposes or for obtaining band occupancy. Measurement function is used to measure frequency, frequency offset, field strength, modulation depth and frequency deviation, bandwidth, line of bearing of individual signals under operator control. In Automatic / Autonomous Mode, the RRSs carry out assigned tasks autonomously and either generate alarm or report the results of analysis to Remote Control Center or to local operator depending on the given task. Scanning functions and channel analysis functions are carried exclusively in this mode.
General Specifications

RRS performs the following functions automatically;

- Spectrum Occupancy,
- Modulation Measurements,
- Analysis of Signals,
- Measurement of Frequencies,
- Measurement of Signal Level,
- Measurement of Bandwiths,
- Line of Bearing of Signal,
- Detection of illegal Signals,
- Audio Recording,
- Call Sign Decoding, (ZVEI1,ITU-R, etc)
- Spectrum Analysis,
- Alarm Generation for Illegal Transmitters or license violation.


- lnterferometric DF principle,
- Ability to intercept and DF state-of-the-art frequency hopping and burst emissions,
- Better than 1000 MHz/sec scan speed with DF,
- Netted operation for location fixing,
- Monitoring and recording facility,
- High Gain Monitoring Antenna,
- Computer controlled modular system architecture,
- Ability to operate with external AC and internal DC sources,
- Built in GPS receiver
- Built-in self-test (BIT) capability, ease of maintenance,
- Color graphical and list format data presentations,
- Fully remote controlled by microwave link.





TRRS Regional Remote Station
TRRS is a compact, modular, state-of-the-art radio spectrum measurement and monitoring system. The system complies with the ITU-R Handbook on Spectrum monitoring. TRRS can be operated locally or remotely from the Remote Control Center (Regional Monitoring Center). It provides measurement monitoring and direction finding within the 20MHz-2500MHz frequency band.

Both horizontal and vertical polarized log periodic antennas are used for measurement and monitoring purposes and can be completely rotated 360 degrees in azimuth. Quick relocation is guaranteed by the help of the pneumatic antenna mast, which is integral to the vehicle.

TRRS is mounted on a 4x4 drive Mercedes lorry. The integral power generator delivers sufficient power to continuously supply all equipments for 8 hours. Additionally TRRS is equipped with a self contained battery power system adequate for operation for more than 2 hours.

Two principle modes of operation, namely Operator interactive Mode and Automatic / Autonomous Mode are available in the TRRS.

In Operator Interactive Mode, spectrum analysis or measurement functions are implemented. Spectrum Analysis function is used to scan the frequency band for surveillance purposes or for obtaining band occupancy. Measurement function is used to measure frequency, frequency offset, field strength, modulation depth and frequency deviation, bandwidth, line of bearing of individual signals under operator control. In Automatic /Autonomous Mode, the TRRSs carry out assigned tasks autonomously and either generate alarm or report the results of analysis to Remote Control Center or to local operator depending on the given task. Scanning functions and channel analysis functions are carried exclusively in this mode.
General Specifications

TRRS performs the following functions automatically;

- Spectrum Occupancy,
- Modulation Measurements,
- Analysis of Signals,
- Measurement of Frequencies,
- Measurement of Signal Level,
- Measurement of Bandwiths,
- Line of Bearing of Signal,
- Detection of illegal Signals,
- Audio Recording,
- Call Sign Decoding, (ZVEI1,ITU-R, etc)
- Spectrum Analysis,
- Alarm Generation for Illegal Transmitters or license violation.
- lnterferometric DF principle,
- Ability to intercept and DF state-of-the-art frequency hopping and burst emissions,
- Better than 1000 MHz/sec scan speed with DF,
- Netted operation for location fixing,
- Monitoring and recording facility,
- High Gain Monitoring Antenna,
- Computer controlled modular system architecture,
- Ability to operate with external AC and internal DC sources,
- Built in GPS receiver
- Built-in self-test (BIT) capability, ease of maintenance,
- Color graphical and list format data presentations,
- Fully remote controled by VSAT link.





MOBDF Mobil Direction Finding and Monitoring Station
MOBDF station provides measurement, monitoring and direction finding together with homing within the 20 MHz - 2500 MHz frequency band.

MOBDF Stations are mounted in 4x4 drive vehicles in order to take them to appropriate places for monitoring, location fixing/homing of certain emissions that are beyond the reach of fixed stations.

DF antenna assembly of the MOBDF Station is covered by a protective radome on the vehicle roof to satisfy covert operation needs. Both horizontal and vertical polarized log periodic antennas are used for measurement and monitoring purposes and can be completely rotated 360 degrees in azimuth. Quick relocation is guaranteed by the help of the pneumatic antenna mast, which is integral to the vehicle.

MOBDF is equipped with a self contained battery power system adequate for operations of more than two hours.

Two or more MOBDF stations can be deployed in a network configuration via a wireless link, for location fixing. Any system in the net can become the Master and send automatic DF tasks to others. MOBDF stations can also participate in location fixing operations with fixed and/or transportable stations under coordination of the Control Center.

A separate portable DF equipment made up of a handheld scanning receiver and handheld antenna assembly designed for homing operations is also included in the vehicles.
USER INTERFACE

The user interface and system controller unit realize necessary system control functions by means of a dedicated computer unit. User interface is designed such that one operator can control the entire system.

MOBDF provides excellent interactive data presentations in either graphical or list formats in order to accelerate information conveyance, some of which are:

- Simultaneous real-time Line-of-Bearing (LOB) vs. Frequency and Amplitude vs. - Frequency graphics in DF SCAN mode,
- On-screen digital Panoramic Spectrum and Polar LOB plot for monitoring or fast scanning of targets in DF STEP Mode,
- Location Fixing on Digital Map,

Behind these superior display capabilities, a powerful up-to- date DSP based architecture operates for exceeding an impressive DF scan speed of 1000 MHz/sec. By means of this performance, MOBDF can intercept and find LOBs of frequency hoppers and burst transmissions.
General Specifications

- lnterferometric DF principle,
- Ability to intercept and DF state-of-the-art frequency hopping and burst emissions,
- Better than 1000 MHz/sec scan speed with DF,
- Netted operation for location fixing,
- Monitoring and recording facility,
- Ability to Homing,
- Computer controlled modular system architecture,
- High mobility on rough terrain with a 4x4 land vehicle,
- Ability to operate with external AC and internal DC sources,
- Built in GPS receiver and electronic compass,
- Built-in self-test (BIT) capability, ease of maintenance,
- Quick set up and tear down by two men,
- Color graphical and list format data presentations,
- Voice and data communication via wireless nets



MOBBC Mobil Broadcast Measurement and Monitoring System
MOBBC systems are designed to assess the conformity of radio and TV broadcasts to licence agreements, measurement of technical parameters of legal and illegal transmitters and determination of interference.

MOBBC systems are equipped with functions to monitor and perform measurement of technical parameters of broadcast radio and television systems.

These systems are mounted on 4x4 vehicles so as to monitor transmitters and evaluate quality of broadcast.

Functions of MOBBC systems are acquisition and examination of on-air spectrums, measurement of channel parameters (carrier frequency, field strength, occupied bandwidth, modulation and measurement of video parameters, both in urban and rural areas.

Frequency range of MOBBC system is 1 MHz to 1200 MHz.

MOBBC systems consist of measurement and analysis sub-system (control computer, printer, spectrum analyzer, video analyzer, TV demodulator, color video monitor), antenna sub-system (active rod antenna (10kHz-80MHz), coaxial dipole antenna (80 MHz-1200MHz), vertical and horizontal log periodic antenna (10kHz-1200 MHz) and electronic compass), GPS sub-system, power supply sub-system, communication sub-system and air conditioning sub-system.

The horizontal and vertical polarized log periodic antennas are mounted on a pneumatically controlled antenna mast which is integral to the vehicle and can be completely rotated 360 degrees in azimuth. Azimuth angle is measured via an integrated electronic compass.

MOBBC is equipped with a self contained battery power system adequate for operation for more than 10 hours and a gasoline power generator for isolated operations.

SOFTWARE & USER INTERFACE

-Industrial Personal Computer controlled modular system architecture, running on Windows NT,
-User interface is designed such that one operator can control the entire system.
-User friendly interface for measurement planning, controlling and testing of system functions and evaluation of results,
-Color graphical and tabular presentation, printout, permanent storage and VHF transmission of data and results,
-Password protection for system security,
-Assignment of authorization levels to users of different capabilities,
-Advance features such as intermodulation analysis, harmonic analysis, video capture and interactive control of integrated instruments.
General Specifications

- Monitoring, automated measurement and recording,
- High mobility on rough terrain with a 4x4 land vehicle,
- Ability to operate with external AC and internal DC power supplies,
- GPS receiver and electronic compass integrated to the system,
- Built in self-test (BIT) capability for the power supply system,
- Ease of maintenance,
- Quick installation by two persons,
- Wireless voice and data communication.
- Specially designed enforced, walking-proof roof platform
- Ergonomically designed working area,
- Accessories for providing operator comfort (cabinets, washbasin, illumination system),
- Maintenance kits.




Missile Warning System MILDS(AN/AAR - 60)
Operation in ¡§Solar Blind¡¨ UV Band ¡V Low clutter effects,
- Low False Alarm Rate (FAR),
- High probability of detection and declaration,
- High sensitivity ¡V long range detection,
- Low reaction time,
- Threat tracking and declaration from the missile launch phase,
- Handling of simultaneous missile threats and warning to the pilot,
- Large Field-of-View for each sensor,
- High angular resolution in threat azimuth and elevation,
- Controllability over the Cockpit Control Unit or EW Management Unit,
- Communication with the EW Management Unit via MIL-STD-1553 BUS or RS-422,
- Recording capability for each and every UV source, whether a threat or not ¡V (optional data collection),
- Automatic configuration file downloading on power-up, depending on the installed platform,
- Rapid triggering the countermeasure dispensing systems via discrete lines,
- Event recording via Cockpit Control Unit (threat azimuth and elevation versus time),
- 6 sensor configuration for wide body and transport aircraft (4Ĉ steradian fov coverage),
- 4 sensor configuration for rotary wing aircraft (360„a azimuth coverage).



Radar Systems

ARS 2000 Surveillance Radar
The New Generation ARS - 2000 Surveillance and Fire Adjustment Radar is designed and developed by ASELSAN for detecting, classifying or tracking targets moving on or close to the ground or sea up to a range of 40 km and artillery fire adjustment purpose at day and night in all weather conditions.

- Fully Solid-State Design
- User Friendly, Man-Machine Interface
- B-Scope or PPI Display
- Alarm / Friendly Zone Selection
- Digital Map Overlay
- Integrated Camera Display
- Visual Doppler Spectrum for Target Classification
- Remote Control


OPERATING MODES

- Surveillance
- Detection
- Tracking
- Fire Adjustment

APPLICATIONS

- Border Surveillance
- Coastal Surveillance
- Artillery and Mortar Fire Adjustment
- Battlefield Surveillance
- Mobile Applications
- Remote Control from Operating Unit
- Integration to Command Control Systems
- Other User Defined Roles
General Specifications

- Selective Range Screens up to 40 km
- Adjustable Sector Width
- User Defined Alarm and Friendly Zone
- Accurate Target Location
- Accurate Adjustment of Artillery Fire
- 10 inch Color EL Display
- PC Based, HandHeld Operator Unit
- Easy and Quick Deployment
- High Reliability
- Built in Test (BITE)
- Survey Area Map Loading
- Compliance with Military Standards

ACCESSORIES

- Polarizer
- Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
- TV Camera
- Printer
- External Monitor
- Remote Control Cables
- Optical Sight
- Headphone
- External Speaker
- Power Connection Options



Muzzle Velocity Radar
ASELSAN Muzzle Velocity Radar System measures and message a wide variety of ammunition for field artillery, naval and anti-aircraft applications. The system provides accurate muzzle velocity data which significantly increases the first round hit probability

The system measures the velocity of the projectile with high accuracy. With the sufficient number of rounds the calibration of the gun can be performed and the calibration data can be stored for further use in the muzzle velocity management.

The system can be directly connected to the Fire Control Systems.
General Specifications
- Muzzle Velocity Measurement

- Calibration of the Gun

- Muzzle Velocity Management

- Field Re-programmability: Reprogramming capability at field level for introducing new guns, projectiles and propellants.

- Built in Test (BIT): Sophisticated built-in test identifies faults down to at least the pcb or module level

- Printer: The system can export the stored data to a printer..

- Modular Design: Due to the modular design of the system, the customer¡¦s future required request can be easily fullfilled





Field Artillery Meteorology System
ASELSAN Field Artillery Meteorology System (AFAMS) is a mobile upper air meteorological data acquisition, processing and dissemination system that will provide the necessary meteorological data to field artillery units with maximum mission capability and effectiveness.

AFAMS provides measurement of pressure, temperature, humidity, wind direction and velocity by means of a balloon-borne radiosonde automatically tracked by a radiotheodolite receiving system using Radio Direction Finding (RDF) techniques.
General Specifications

- User friendly Man-Machine Interface
- In real time, data and messages presentation
- Graphical presentation
- Storage of all soundings data
- Print out of messages, graphics and data
- Simulation feature
- Built In Test (BIT) facility
- Continuous ground data monitoring
- Producing meteorological messages compatible with International Standard Agreements (STANAG, WMO Formats, etc.)
- Operating with two different radiosondes
- Continuous operation by using UPS
- Further enhancements (GPS, NAVAID)
- Pilot Balloon (Pibal) mode
- Compliance with Military Standards (MIL-STD 461C, MIL-STD 810D)
- Dual generator NBC kit
- Balloon filling by utilization
- Contains air conditioner, of Helium Tubes or Portable Hydrogen Generator
- Hydraulically controlled leveling system
- By using Enhanced Tube Loading system ease tube unloading / loading facility








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Military Commnunications System
VRC-9661 Multiband, Multimode Tactical Vehicular Radio
-Software Defined Radio (1.6-512 MHz)

-Supports all NATO TACOMS POST 2000 Tactical Radio Functions (CNR, SCRA, BBPR, NBPR)

-Configurable up to four channels

-Supports 8 MHz, 5 MHz, 25 kHz, 12.5 kHz and 8.33 kHz Channel Spacing for

-V/UHF, 10 Hz for HF

-Advanced EPM

-Easy to use Man Machine Interface

-Built-in-Test (BIT)

-Internal GPS

-Tactical Internet

-300 preset channels


PRC-9651 Multiband, Multimode Tactical Portable Radio
PRC-9651 is a multiband, multimode Software Defined Portable Radio. This radio is designed to provide seamless communications among tactical users through secure voice, data and video. Complying the MIL-STD-810 and weighing less than 1.1 kg (Including battery) , it provides communications in both AM and FM modes across the 30-512 MHz range and supports various tactical radio functionalities and advenced ECCM tecniques.

PRC-9651 SDR Radio perfectly performs all the tactical radio functions defined by NATO TACOMS POST 2000; Combat Network Radio (CNR), tactical area Single Channel Radio Access communication (SCRA) of C2I for weapon systems in TDMA mode and automatic routing through data radio network in Pocket Radio (BBPR) mode of C3I system communications.

Features:

Multiband (30-512 MHz), multimode,
Advenced ECCM techniques,
Software programmable architecture,
Easy Man Machine Interface, (MMI),
Built-In Test (BIT)
V24, Ethernet Interface,
Supports 25 kHz, 12.5 kHz channel spacing


TASMUS Tactical Area Communication System
The tactical battlefield is now becoming a ground for extensive digital data exchange where many sensors, weapons, computers and command centers need to exchange high speed data in order to perform effectively and coherently. More so, these units need to carry out their data exchange while on the move because the new military doctrines heavily emphasize on mobility and flexibility.

The future battlefield will be a digitized one. The emerging issues related to the implementation of the digitized battlefield are listed below;

- Common Picture of the Battlefield in Near-Real Time
- Shared Data Among Battlefield Operating Systems
- Ability to Concentrate on Combat Power Effectively and Decisively
- High-speed Exchange of Data
- Fusion and Display of Intelligence Information to Commanders at All Levels
- Rapid Exchange of Targeting Data From Sensor to Weapon

All of these issues are related to reliable and efficient exchange of information on the tactical field.

On the battlefield several command control functions such as fire support, maneuver control, intelligence, electronic warfare, and logistics support need to be executed simultaneously. These command control functions rely on rapid and reliable exchange of information on the tactical field. These command control functions may have different communication requirements but, what is needed is an integrated solution that will provide the necessary communication support to all of these command control applications.

This integrated solution is TASMUS, Tactical Area Communications System.



Mobile Communication System
6020 Mobile Communication System is designed to provide three different physical data networks between different command posts with using Ku Band satellite ground stations and the links provided by TASMUS. System modules are established with functionally subdivided vehicle groups equipped with the units in order to provide required user terminals and communication interfaces. Equipments for voice and data communication over HF radios are also installed in the system as an alternative communication channel in case of losing a communication link in the system modules.



Frequency Hopping Tactical Radio Family
9600 family is totally designed and developed by ASELSAN engineering effort, to provide reliable and flexible voice/data communications capability to friendly forces in tactical area, under electronic warfare threat.

9600 series radios are compatible with STANAG-4204 and interoperable with existing VHF/FM CNRs, (PRC/VRC-4600, PRC- 77 and VRC-12 series, etc. ) 9600 radios are direct replacement of ASELSAN 4600 series radios and uses same intercom and auxiliary equipment of this family as well as 6690 series vehicular intercommunication system units. With Built-In-Test and computer controlled automatic test capabilities, 9600 family offers a cost/performance optimized total system solution to the user.
General Specifications
ECCM Features :
- Frequency Hopping
- Voice/Data Encryption
- Burst Transmission
- Anti-Spoofing
- RF Output Power Control

Configurations :
- 5W Manpack
- 5W Vehicular
- 50W Vehicular
- 5+5W Vehicular
- 5+50W Vehicular
- 50+50W Vehicular

Features Provided By Sub-Systems :
- Network planning and code/key distribution
- Remote control {vehicular, wired line, computer)
- Deployment in various platforms with auxiliary power equipment








iSTAR Tacitcal Radio Family
5100 iSTAR Tactical Radio Familiy is designed to serve as BBPR (Broadband Packet Radio ) and SCRA (Single Channel Radio Access) combined.

USE:
5100 iSTAR radio family was designed to be used as an independent high speed data and voice network as well as forming the mobile subsystem of a tactical network such as TASMUS, Tactical Area Communication System.

EPM:
5100 iSTAR radio family utilizes the Direct Squence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) technique for protection against jamming and interception.

COMSEC:
All 5100 iSTAR radios contain built-in encryption unit. All voice and data traffic is encrypted end-to-end.

CHANNEL ACCESS SCHEME :
5100 5100 iSTAR radios use the Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) scheme for channel access. 5100 iSTAR radio transmit at a rate of 380 kbits/s. Time is divided into frames, frames are divided into slots. 5100 iSTAR radios uses short time slots to transmit and receive information. Using the TDMA scheme, 5100 iSTAR share the same radio frequency channel. There are 36 slots available in the 5100 iSTAR TDMA frame each supporting a net one-way throughput of 5600 bits/s. 4 of these slots are used for distributed radio network management. 2 slots are reserved for push-to-talk broadcast communications, 30 slots are available for dedicated user traffic. These slots can be automatically allocated according to the needs of the users and also used for retransmission in multi-hop communications.

RADIO NETWORKING:
5100 iSTAR radios form a radio network automatically in the tactical field and provide integrated communication services to all the users of the network. All the radio network management functions are carried out in a distributed fashion without the need for centralized management.

MULTI-HOP COMMUNICATIONS:
5100 iSTAR radio network feature multi-hop radio communications. Every 5100 iSTAR radio can act as a relay to the voice or data connections of other 5100 iSTAR radios without interrupting communication services to its own user. A maximum of 3 hops can be used for voice connections and 5 hops for data connections. The multi-hop feature extends the range of mobile communications and increases the survivability of the radio network.
General Specifications
The 5100 iSTAR family is based on the following radio products:

RT-5101: The Mobile Subscriber Terminal (MST)which can be used in
vehicular confýguration
RT-5114: The Personal Subscriber Terminal(PST)
RT-5102: The Gateway Radio (GR) with a 2 Mbit ATM interface to a tactical network such as TASMUS.

These three radios have the same rf on-the-air interface which enables them to communicate with each other.

COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES:
- Voice Communications
- Circuit Switched Data Communications
- X.25 Packet Switched Data Communications
- IP Data Communications
- Near-Real Packet Data Communications
- Simultaneous Voice and Data
- Position Location and Reporting
- ATM Interface
- TASMUS SYSCON Interface



GRC5211 Band III Radio Link Equipment
GRC5211 tactical digital 2048 Kb/s time duplex radio equipment operates at the frequency band of 1350-2700 MHZ (NATO Band IlI) .

GRC5211 is designed and developed to provide jam-resistant data communications in the tactical area. GRC-5211 is designed to cope with the most extreme jamming threat by utilising four separate simultaneous radio channels each having direct sequence and frequency hopping features. Adaptive output Power Control, Channel Coding and Interleaving are the other additional EPM properties of the GRC5211.
Up to 10 GRC5211s can operate at the same site giving high flexibility for configuring the communication systems in tactical area.

A PC based remote terminal is used for the local control and simple menu-driven instructions with graphical display put the operator in full control of GRC5211. The functions and statistical data displayed from the GRC5211 are friendly and comprehensive for the operator to measure the performance of the data link.
GRC 521l 's distributed around the tactical area of operation can also be controlled by an Operating and Maintenance (O&M) system. Connecting an external GPS receiver to the GPS port of the GRC 5211 enables the radio to transfer its geographical position to remote terminal and O&M system.


Field Telephone
Aselsan Tactical Field Telephone is compatible both with manual and automatic military and commercial telephone exchange systems, having 24 x 11 x 13 cm dimensions and approximately 1.5 kg. weight.

It is convenient for both stationary and mobile use with its water resist, light weight and small polycarbonate body. The hand set is specially designed to be used by the user wearing a helmet. Aselsan Field Telephone which is produced with a solid-state technology has the lightning protection feature that complies with international standards. It has a communication range of 35 km. via WD1-TT field wire.

Besides being used with 3 each BA 30 type dry cells, the Aselsan Field telephones can also be powered by a rechargeable cell or 4.5-6 V DC external supply. The high efficiency of the electronic ring generator, as well as the low power consumption of the speech circuits provides a long battery life.



Digital Tank /Vehicular Intercommunication System
6680 Digital Vehicular Intercommunication System is a modern digital intercommunication system which is designed to meet internal and external (up to 3 km.) communications need of the crew in tactical and security operations via the radios mount in the platform (Tank, AFV, APC, Command Control, Survelliance, Reconnaissance. etc. vehicles), by digital switching infrastructure.

The general Features of 6680 Digital Vehicular Intercommunication System are as follows;
General Specifications
- Clear and Effective Voice Communications
- Up to 6 Crew Station
- Up to 6 Radios Control Capability
- Digital ISDN Technology
- Crew Authorization
- Configuration Control
- Ability to Mount Field Telephone
- Use with ANR Helmet
- Remote Control
- Audible and Visible Warning / Monitoring
- Easy Integration and Installation
- Simple Operation and Maintenance

The configuration units of 6680 Digital Vehicular Intercommunication System, where the quantities depends on the type of the operational platform are;

- MB-6680 Central Unit (Commander)
- SB-6681 System Unit (Gunner/Loader/Team Commander)
- SB-6682 System Unit (Driver)
- SB-6683 (External/Squad)
- UB-6681(Distant/Squad)
- Helmet
- Microtelephone
- Loudspeaker
- Lamp Set





Tank / Vehicular Intercommunication System

In the modern armoured vehicles (Tank, APC, AFV, BTR,etc.), clear and effective communication between crew members is essential.

ASELSAN 6690 series vehicular intercommunication system is designed to be easily deployed in any kind of military combat and command-control vehicles.

System configuration may vary in terms of quantity and usage of each unit, depending on the application.

The system shall provide the defined users to establish intercommunication and/or radio communication ( over two radios ) with the aid of controls which are available on the system units.



MEKA Mobile Integrated Command Control Vehicle
MEKA System is designed to provide 2Mbps link between vehicles and communication center using Ku Band satellite channels. The throughput of the link could be divided upto 30 communication channels which could be elasticly configured for voice, data and video services. Equipments for voice and data communication over HF radios are also installed in the system as an alternative communication channel in case of losing the satellite communication link.



Mobile Communication Vehicle
Description
Highly reliable, secure, survivable, ease of use, ergonomic, easily and rapidly deployable mobile communication system which is designed and produced in order to meet the communication requirements of crisis management centers which are met by Gendarmerie in case of;

- Natural disaster,
- Emergency,
- No communication means in tactical area.

Configuration Structure
System is comprised of two configuration units as mobile and stationary;

Mobile Configuration
Consists of a specially reinforced Mobile communication vehicle, which includes equipment, which are mounted to the rack in shock/vibration resistive transit cases and/or placed on the desk.

Stationary Configuration
Consists of communication equipments directly mounted to standard 19 rack and office equipments (computer, printer, fax etc.)



X-Band Military Satellite Communications System
Vehicular Terminal

-Designed to provide clear and/or secure voice and data communications via the satellite,
-Provides mobile communication opportunity in all ground and weather conditions,
-By means of automatic antenna which is assembled on a vehicle, the terminal can be set-up in short time with high mobility,
-System has high reliability and protection against electronic threats.

MNCS

-Network Control Stations basically provides connection to terrestrial networks and perform traffic management functions,
-Supports voice, data (synchronous/asynchronous), video teleconferencing etc. applications,
-Network Planning, System Control & Monitor and Satellite Communication System Monitoring

ShipBorne

-Designed to provide clear and/or secure voice, data and video receive/transmit,
-System has high reliability and protection against electronic threats.

Fixed Terminal

-Designed to meet the need of satellite communication from a fixed station,
-Designed to provide clear and/or secure voice and data communications via the satellite,
-System has high reliability and protection against electronic threats.

Manpack Terminal

-Man-portable, easy to carry,
-Provides voice and data communication via satellite,
-DAMA-Demand Assigned Multiple Access protocol is used in the system,
-It provides optimum usage of satellite channels and multi-user communications
General Specifications
System Configuration

- Network Control Station (NCS)
- Satellite Ground Terminals;
- GEMI (ShipBorne Terminal)
- ARAC (Vehicular Terminal)
- SABIT (Fixed Terminal)
- SIRT (Manpack Terminal)

TMSCS (Turkish Military Satellite Communications System)

- Is a communication network that provides a fast and secure communication environment and composed of Network Control Stations (NCSs) and various types of Ground Terminals that are connected to them,
- Provides communication in all types of ground conditions,
- Provides a flexible infrastructure which can be extended as per user requirements,
- Consists of common sub unit/equipment and standard interface.






Air to Ground Radios
4300 V/UHF Ground Radios with Have Quick I-II frequency hopping ECCM capabilities; designed to provide effective and reliable ground-to-air communications without being effected by threats like jamming and deception.

The 4300 series ground radio family is composed of the MXF-793 Man Pack Radio, MXF-794 Vehicular Radio and MXF-795 Fixed Station Radio; which fully satisfy different tactical operational requirements.
General Specifications

The MXF-793 Man Pack Radio includes MXF-430 Receiver-Transmitter unit and accessories for Man Pack use.

The MXF- 794 Vehicular Radio contains, in addition to the MXF-430 Receiver Transmitter Unit, the MXF-752-1A Vehicular Adapter / Power Amplifier and mounting tray.

The MXF- 795 Fixed Station Radio is composed of the MXF-794 Vehicular Radio units plus MXF-214-1 Rack Adapter/Power Supply unit, which is compliant with 19'' rack standards


Airborne Radios
4300 V/UHF Air Platform Radios with Have Quick I-II, SATURN (optional) frequency hopping ECCM capabilities; designed to provide effective and reliable air-to-ground-to-air (A/G/A) communications without being effected by threats like jamming and deception.
General Specifications
The system is composed of MXF-483 Panel Mount Radio, MXF-484 Remote Mount Radio and MXF-243A Remote Control Unit. The advanced technical specifications, circuitry, rugged and solid state construction assures easy , reliable and trouble free operation under the most severe combat conditions.

MXF-243A Remote Control Unit has been designed to control all necessary functions of the MXF-484.



Personel Rescue System
System offers multifunctional Air-Ground-Air Communications under severe field conditions. Its built-in transponder and beacon modes make it ideal for search and rescue, rendezvous, pickup and other critical operations.
General Specifications
AKS-4340 is composed of two basic parts;

- The airborne interrogator unit that perform interrogation and acquire range and bearing information of the survivor
- The survivor handheld transponder radio that responds upon interrogation by the airborne unit.


Encryption Equipment
Encryption equipment are used to provide information and communication security. Using encryption equipment, it is possible to protect voice, data, fax and other types of communication agaist eavesdroppers and to protect sensitive information against unauthorized access. The services proiveded by encryption equipment can be summarized as data security, traffic flow security and authentication.

ASELSAN Encryption Equipment Division, using its knowledge base in the fields of communiaction and information security, has developed national equipment that proivde the aforementioned services. Research and development in this field is maintained by keeping abreast of the progress in technology.

2060 is an online bulk encryption equipment which encrypts and decrypts data over E1 links in the tactical area. 2060 operates in duplex traffic working mode at transmission rates 2Mbits and 4 Mbits/s. It is capable of handling two separate 2Mb input links and producing one encrypted 4Mbit/s or two separate encrypted 2Mbit/s output links at the same time. 2060 is a very flexible encryption unit that supports both direct key loading via a fillgun device and remote key loading by a management system via the system control input.

FillGun Device

ASELSAN 2014 Key/Code carrying and loading unit (2014 FillGun Device) is designed for the purpose of carrying and loading the crypto keys and device software codes to the devices. It communicates asynchronously with the connected terminal from the serial channel. 2014 FillGun Device has 2Mbyte data field where the crypto keys and device software codes are stored. An emergency clear button is available on 2014 FillGun Device for erasing the crypto keys and device software codes even on condition that it is not connected to the terminal.
General Specifications
PCMCIA Crypto Equipment
- Advanced cryptographic security functions for PCs and Note Books.
- Encrytion /Decryption of data with HW crypto.
- Encryption /Decryption of files in PC HDD.
- High security functions for Military and Commercial applications
- Encryption/Decryption of different kinds of files (i.e., files with extention txt, doc, xls, jpg, mpg, etc.) in PC HDD, optional
- TÜBÝTAK UEKAE certified
- Authentication of the PC and the card with a sophisticated method
- Personal Identification Number (PIN) certification for the approval of the user via 2013 CIK
- Locking function against unapproved person by making the card unusable
- Log of the locking function
- Encrytion/Decryption cryptograhic functions with a high performance processor
- Encryption algorithm on the card managed by high performance FPGA
- Reloadable high security crypto keys on the card

2041 Voice and Data Crypto Equipment

2041 Voice and Data Crypto Equipment is designed to provide secure data and voice communication over the wire and wireless point to point communication channels. It supports 6 data lines and 1 voice line simultaneously.

Applications
- EOW (Engineering Order Wire) voice and data channel encryption. EOW channels exist on the MH344T, GRC5211 radio link devices and MT321T Moltu device.
- X25 computer network encryption. (Upto 64kps)












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Unbelievable that only Aselsan produces these goods!




Turkish army cumming for ya!!! LOL

 
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Aslesan..


These guys truelly are a bunch of genius's...


The Turkish tank will have the 3rd. generation Eagle Eye while the Turkish LEO2's will have 2nd gen. Eagle Eye.

Cheers, big ears

 
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