Land EW & Information Assurance
The CM107E is a multiprotocol digital voice/data crypto device for airborne, naval and land tactical applications. It operates in narrow or wideband modes, interconnected to radio vectors (HF or V/UHF) or wired lines.
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The CM117E is a multiprotocol digital voice/data crypto device for airborne, naval and land tactical applications. It can work in narrowband or wideband modes, interconnected to radio vectors (HF or V/UHF) or wired lines.
CM2100IP is the new generation of high speed multipurpose and programmable IP encryption equipment developed for protecting IP high classified traffic to be exchanged over IPv4/IPv6 strategic and tactical networks. CM2100IP in combination with the KNMS2100IP allow the creation and management of "Secure Virtual Private Networks" (SVPN).
The Communications Denial Sub-System (CoDeSS) delivers unparalleled powerful sophisticated jamming capability to the user. Designed for stand-alone operation or integration into a wider battalion-level EW system, CoDeSS is a military proven state-of-the-art electronic attack (EA) system addressing targets of interest within the HF to UHF Communication Bands.
Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) is an integrated and automatic system specifically designed for enhancing the distribution process of cryptographic material. It reduces time, resources and cost when compared to commonly used manual procedures.
Our core technologies are capable of providing Electronic Support Measures against the most significant targets of interest for a military deployed system.
IT-DTD (Data Transfer Device) is a ruggedised, battery powered, handheld fill device designed to securely receive, store and transfer key material (both symmetric and asymmetric) which can then be loaded onto a generic End Cryptographic Unit (ECU) supporting EKMS 308 interface such as an encryption system or secure telephone.