The SP-1450/N-E Intercommunications System (ICS) is designed for use on fixed and rotary wing platforms. It integrates all radio communications and navigation equipment, data links and internal/external communications facilities into a single, Tempest proven architecture.
Airborne and Space Systems Division supplies the SP 2310 Airborne HFDL system to provide main airborne platforms with the capability for HF voice and data communications. Together with an ACARS management unit or communications management unit (CMU) the SP-2310 HFDL provides the capability to exchange data with other aircraft or ground station supporting AOC, ATS and ATC services.
The Tactical Digital Map System (T-DMS) has been developed by Airborne and Space Systems Division to introduce, as an upgrade, state-of–the-art operational capabilities for "aged" fixed wing avionics systems.
The WBDL-45/X LOS is an avionics wireless communication system for downlink streaming of broadband Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) information, and the two-way transmission of Ethernet TCP/IP data, sensor control, mission control and ATC voice.
The SRT-619/NV is a new-generation, multi-band, multi-role, multi-function 30W AM/100 W FM V/UHF Transceiver using the most advanced digital techniques to provide reliable voice/data LOS and SATCOM radio communications over the 108MHz to 400MHz frequency range for shipboard and ground-based military and military-type applications.
SP2305 is an airborne Link 11 system providing modem and network control functions to operate in a tactical digital information link. It employs networked communication techniques and a standard message format for the exchange of information between airborne, land and shipboard tactical data systems using either HF or UHF equipment.
The Airborne and Space Systems Division M426S Electronically Scanned Identification Friend-or-Foe (E-Scan IFF) Interrogator is a state-of-the-art solution, which allows effective exploitation of the new capabilities offered by next-generation AESA radars, such as the Airborne and Space Systems Division Raven.
The M428 compact transponder is the ultimate evolution of the existing and well proven family of MkXIIA (MkXII + Mode 5) transponders developed under the NGIFF program.
The Cockpit Mission Display Processor (CMDP) is a high safety avionics computer platform with a powerful embedded graphics capability. It is configured using the base of the standard hardware and layered software modules, both developed by adopting the latest quality standards that make the CMDP certifiable according to DO178B and DO254 level B (optionally level A) and suitable as a main cockpit mission computer.
The 1090 Extended Squitter Airborne Receiver is a space-efficient, cost-effective solution for the upgrading (retrofit/forward-fit) of aircraft with a full and Air Traffic Situational Awareness (ATSAW) capability according to the current air traffic management regulations.