Tactical Communication System


System Rundown:

AEC Tactical Communication Systems are meant to convey information, commands, or military intelligence across various points on a battlefield. The systems are designed to provide communication assistance to the military during combats, critical operations, and varying environmental conditions. AEC provides tactical radios and satellite communications for tactical data links (Link 11, Link 16), thus, fitting the needs of C2 and C3I system applications.


Distinguishing Features:

Tactical Radios:

  • HF
  • VHF
  • UHF
  • software defied radio

Satellite communication:

  • Satcom
  • VSAT

Other Networks:


  • PSTN


Technical Specifications:

VHF Radios:

  • Frequency Range 30 - 108Mhz
  • Up to 40km of range
  • High level digital cipher encryption
  • Multiple Simultaneous Access (MSA)
  • Enabled Frequency Hopping

HF Radios:

  • Frequency Range 1.6 - 30Mhz
  • Up to 500 km of range
  • Support AES-256 digital cipher encryption
  • Support Automatic Link Establishment (ALE)
  • Different antenna types to suit the required application
  • Enabled Frequency Hopping


  • Multiband: VHF / UHF
  • Ad-Hoc Networking
  • Frequency Hopping
  • Full Duplex Voice and Data
  • High Data Rate
  • Integration to Strategic

Communication Systems VSAT& SATCOM:

  • Support high data rates (Up to 100Mb/s)
  • Star or mesh networks
  • Fixed and mobile deployments
  • Communication on the move (COTM)