Ensuring Military Communications Network Connectivity
Antennas in and on vehicles or in mobile devices carried by soldiers in the field must ensure reliable connectivity of military communication networks. The increase of air operations and deployment of collaborative combat capabilities for air superiority on the battlefield are also driving increased demand for connectivity via dedicated tactical data links specified as SDR - software-defined radio links.
Whether for voice communications or data transmission, it is essential to test the reliability of the antennas and connected devices during R&D. To validate their full and consistent operational capacity as an integral part of a complex network and to secure communications interoperability, antenna tests require accurate and precise testing equipment capable of emulating various RF environments.
Evaluate antennas in subsystems or complete networks at full system level in an MVG near-field or far-field anechoic test chamber. Emulate diverse RF environments in a repeatable and controlled manner. OTA, active, and passive antenna measurements can be performed quickly and accurately in the confidential space of your own test chamber.