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Signal operators of the Southern Military District are developing the satellite communication stations of the 5 generation Belozer

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Signal operators of the Southern Military District are developing the satellite communication stations of the 5 generation Belozer

Portable satellite station "Barrier-T". Source: Website of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation



TSAMTO, 21 March. Practical training on the exchange of data between subscribers was conducted with military signalmen of combined-arms units of the Southern Military District, stationed in the Chechen Republic.

According to the press service of the Southern Military District, the specialists of the communications troops fulfilled some 20 standards for the deployment and operation of mobile field control points, field communications centers and conducted more than 10 comprehensive training in various frequency ranges.

In the course of the training, the signalmen improved the skills of working at the portable stations of satellite communication of the 5 generation “Belozer”, which entered the formations under the program of re-equipping of the Southern Military District troops at the end of the past.

The new station is intended for the organization of satellite radio networks in the interests of the units and subdivisions acting in isolation from the main forces, as well as for use as a personal station of the commander.

It allows you to transfer digital and text messages, to negotiate subscribers who are anywhere in the world via satellite. Compared with previous generation stations, the data transfer rate has increased several times. In the stowed position, the radio station looks like a schoolbag in size, and can be carried by one person, its weight is 16 kg.

The advantages of space communications include a long range of stable communications, including on terrain with difficult terrain, regardless of weather conditions, time of year and day, as well as high intelligence protection.
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  1. Takashi
    Takashi 23 March 2013 07: 52 New
    0
    Is not too much - 16 kg?
    1. ia-ai00
      ia-ai00 23 March 2013 09: 35 New
      0
      I think the developers are working on the "weight" problem. A little time will pass and it will be much easier.
    2. mankurt
      mankurt 23 March 2013 11: 13 New
      +4


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      1. tforik
        tforik 23 March 2013 13: 19 New
        +5
        It is sad.
        But ours is probably on "lamps" and is not afraid of an electromagnetic wave?))))))
        1. densyaophyng
          densyaophyng 23 March 2013 23: 28 New
          +1
          Nada our remote control to it
    3. mankurt
      mankurt 23 March 2013 11: 33 New
      +3
      News »Opinion
      The legacy of the "era of degradation." Deputy Minister of Defense: the scientific and technical reserve of the defense industry is almost exhausted
      Today, 07: 01


      The Defense Ministry is dissatisfied with the quality of the supplied weapons and military equipment, Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov said at a military-industrial conference in Moscow.

      According to him, “although the volume of the supplied equipment is growing, the number of complaints in 2012 year increased by 2011 percent compared to 40 year”.

      The Deputy Minister noted that the quality of weapons and equipment is falling, because Manufacturers use outdated technology and often these technologies break, and most enterprises are not well equipped and lack qualified personnel.
      1. zanoza
        zanoza 23 March 2013 12: 02 New
        -1
        TTX of communications and their photos can be found here: http://www.cqham.ru/trx/index.html

        And the info on SEE (briefly) can be read here: http://so-l.ru/news/show/5713939
        1. DuraLexSedLex.
          DuraLexSedLex. 24 March 2013 20: 05 New
          0
          Thank you and look for what?
    4. beard999
      beard999 23 March 2013 13: 57 New
      +3
      Quote: Takashi
      Is not too much - 16 kg?

      16 kg weighs R-438 Barrier-T http://www.arms-expo.ru/049053052053124051048056051.html. The station was developed back in Soviet times. At the end of the 80s., 16 kg for an army satellite station, a quite satisfactory mass figure.
      Belozer is a family of wearable and mobile stations. And these are not new stations either (development of the 90s). For example, back in 2003, a station from the Belozer family was discussed, with a mass of 7 kg http://desantura.ru/forum/forum36/topic273/.
    5. Rustam
      Rustam 23 March 2013 15: 48 New
      +3
      but this photo speaks for itself - about the weight and dimensions - called feel the difference


      AN / PRC-152 - American military portable single-channel tactical control radio station from the Harris Falcon III family
      1. Ascetic
        Ascetic 23 March 2013 18: 16 New
        +3
        Quote: Rustam
        AN / PRC-152 - American military portable single-channel tactical control radio station from the Harris Falcon III family


        A tender for the purchase of 1950 portable radio stations of the 6th generation "Azart-P1" has been published on the Rosoboronpostavka website
        Radio stations should be delivered (judging by their addresses) to the 8 mountain, 33 mountain and 19 motorized rifle brigades (650 sets each) by 1 July 2013. The maximum cost per unit is 265 789 rubles 24 pennies (including VAT).
        In total, this year about 23 thousand of such radio stations should enter the troops.

        Belozero is no longer a new station. 6th Generation Station Future
        1. Rustam
          Rustam 23 March 2013 18: 29 New
          0
          Hi colleague, I am aware that the first samples were shown 1,5 years ago and signed a contract, the military then set stringent conditions for the samples. Harris products captured in Ossetia were taken.
          They also showed on TV how Rogozin showed these products to Serdyukov

          And this is something
        2. Rustam
          Rustam 23 March 2013 18: 41 New
          +3
          Hi colleague, I am aware that the first samples were shown 1,5 years ago and signed a contract, the military then set stringent conditions for the samples. Harris products captured in Ossetia were taken.
          They also showed on TV how Rogozin showed these products to Serdyukov

          And this is something


          photo US Army on the left Motorola on the right Harris - there is competition for orders for the US Army - therefore, these companies give magnificent products to the mountain
      2. Gavrn
        Gavrn 24 March 2013 17: 15 New
        0
        You do not confuse warm and wet, a satellite communications station and a single-channel tactical link radio station. Indeed, to transmit information to direct visibility (3-4 km in the European part of Russia) and to orbit (20-40 thousand km), a different amount of energy needs to be spent.
    6. APASUS
      APASUS 23 March 2013 20: 27 New
      +2
      Quote: Takashi
      Is not too much - 16 kg?

      And they have a concrete case!
  2. sedoii
    sedoii 23 March 2013 07: 52 New
    +5
    It's time for ours to move from "deployment guidelines" to "plug and play." repeat
    And 16kg is still a bit much, 5-8kg is acceptable. And from personal experience, a tablet with a contrast screen is more convenient than a laptop.
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 23 March 2013 09: 08 New
      +2
      Quote: sedoii
      And 16kg is still a bit much, 5-8kg is acceptable

      Most likely there the battery costs 300 hours of continuous conversation
  3. Sirocco
    Sirocco 23 March 2013 08: 19 New
    14
    There would be no happiness, but misfortune helped. All the same, the 2008 conflict did its positive job. Thanks to Saakashvili, the modern communications system of the US Army fell into the hands of our specialists. A deep bow to him for such a gift. and for such a SCHOOL of life, even if they sobered up and opened their eyes after the stagnation of the 90s laughing
    1. audentes
      audentes 23 March 2013 09: 12 New
      +3
      a friend participated in Ossetia said that the communication almost did not work; orders were transmitted by messengers like 100 years ago, all frequencies were in interference
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco 23 March 2013 10: 31 New
        +3
        So I say this, that in this case, misfortune helped us. After all, nothing brings to life like a shake, and a sense of danger. Immediately, adrenaline surges, and the brains come out of hibernation.
    2. Rustam
      Rustam 23 March 2013 11: 26 New
      +5
      Yes, it’s definitely in the hands of our military that great examples
      mainly by HARRIS - one of the leaders in the world of communications systems
      (our radio plant Popov, before receiving such samples from the military, lagged behind such technologies for decades and never dreamed of)

      here is one of the samples that fell into our hands
      Harris Falcon III.

      Designed and manufactured by Harris Corporation. Meets JTRS specifications.
      The first deliveries to the US Army began in October 2005.
      It is a software defined radio (SDR),
      which can be significantly upgraded programmatically
      1. Gecko
        Gecko 23 March 2013 12: 01 New
        +2
        AN / PRC-152 - American military portable single-channel tactical control radio station from the Harris Falcon III family

        Operating frequency range: 30-512 MHz, single channel
        Transmission Modes: FM, AM, PSK, CPM, FSK
        Tuning Accuracy: 10 Hz
        Power: 250 mW to 5 W
        Harmonic suppression: no worse than –47 dBc
        Frequency Stability: +/- 2.5 ppm
        Sensitivity (FM mode): -116 dBm (12 dB SINAD)
        Adjacent Channel Selectivity: At least 55 dB
        Water resistance: 2m (optional 20m)
        Encryption support: yes (US National Security Agency issued a certificate for the transfer of data of the highest level of secrecy - top secret)
        Built-in GPS: optional
        Supported protocols (waveforms): HAVE QUICK II, APCO P25, SINCGARS
        Weight: 1,18 kg (with battery and GPS)
        External interfaces: RS-232, RS-422, USB (RS-232), headset.
      2. Ascetic
        Ascetic 23 March 2013 18: 24 New
        +2
        Quote: Rustam
        Yes, it’s definitely in the hands of our military that great examples


        Guys. And here is August 2008 and Belozer development of the 90s and it has been used already since 2002 and developed as part of the ESSS-2, the creation work which had begun under Gorbi.

        New military devices go under the program of creation in the army ISSS (Integrated Satellite Communications System) is a third generation digital communications system in the interests of the RF Armed Forces..
        ISSS, as part of the United Automated Digital Communications System (OACS) of the RF Armed Forces, is developing towards the creation of spaceborne information and transport platforms that provide full accessibility to all stationary and mobile users of the earth segment of the satellite network (on land, at sea, in the air )
        These airborne platforms should communicate with the territorial communication centers of the OACS through high-speed trunk communication channels.

        No need to compare the hell with a finger.
        1. Rustam
          Rustam 23 March 2013 18: 49 New
          +4
          but I don't say anything about the rest of Belozero - I said that in 2008, having received such trophies, ours begin to perform something similar to us as you said above !! type "Azart-P1" (and then when the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation ran into our communication manufacturers, but there is no Serdyuk and there is no one to run over)

          and this 16 kilogram miracle why purchased ?? so as to cut money and the enemy did not get ??
          1. Ascetic
            Ascetic 24 March 2013 08: 41 New
            +2
            Quote: Rustam
            but I don't say anything about the rest of Belozero - I said that in 2008, having received such trophies, ours begin to perform something similar to us as you said above !! type "Azart-P1" (and then when the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation ran into our communication manufacturers, but there is no Serdyuk and there is no one to run over)


            I agree. Only on Friday did I approve the engineers' admission to the Ministry of Defense for testing and subsequent replacement of certain equipment in the General Staff and Moscow Region. Almost on this topic.
      3. Atrix
        Atrix 24 March 2013 12: 20 New
        +1
        Quote: Rustam
        Yes, it’s definitely in the hands of our military that great examples
        mainly by HARRIS - one of the leaders in the world of communications systems
        (our radio plant Popov, before receiving such samples from the military, lagged behind such technologies for decades and never dreamed of)

        here is one of the samples that fell into our hands
        Harris Falcon III.

        Designed and manufactured by Harris Corporation. Meets JTRS specifications.
        The first deliveries to the US Army began in October 2005.
        It is a software defined radio (SDR),
        which can be significantly upgraded programmatically

        And what's the use of falling into our hands? There is no production of electronics of this level in Russia. It is also that China cannot establish the production of aircraft engines similar to those of Russia in terms of reliability and performance characteristics, simply because there is no production of such metal alloys. Russia can also make out and it can be sorted out how it works and works, but it is unlikely that it will be able to copy one to one and produce in the near future.
  4. ivan7979
    ivan7979 23 March 2013 09: 02 New
    +3
    I suspect that the communications fighter (who is trying to make out the satellite through which this obscure laptop with wires works smile ) VHF station of hairy years (looks like the 157th but the headset is slightly different) smile
    This is what I need - is there an update to the stations: fighter-squad-platoon (which, for example, cannot be listened to with the usual fm receiver and other innovations)
    And at the expense of satellite communications - PROGRESS! 10 years ago, she (sp.Svyaz) drove (at least in our team) in a large six-wheeled car smile
    1. zanoza
      zanoza 23 March 2013 14: 10 New
      0
      And now, some of the stations are moving by car, but here on what. Do you recognize a sample car?
      1. zanoza
        zanoza 23 March 2013 14: 20 New
        +1
        Or such options: "...As part of the final check for the 2012 academic year with the units of the 38th separate communications regiment of the Airborne Forces (Airborne Forces), control and verification exercises were conducted in special tactical and airborne training ... "
        Remote ... request
  5. akendram
    akendram 23 March 2013 09: 35 New
    0
    And what are the characteristics of Western samples? enlighten who is in the subject.
  6. VadimSt
    VadimSt 23 March 2013 09: 36 New
    +3
    It seems like news, but given the previous statements, somehow, I’m not very amused!

    20.10.2011
    According to Major General Khalil Arslanov, Deputy Head of the General Staff Headquarters for Communications, by 2013, the analogue communication facilities at all fixed communication centers will be replaced by digital ones. As for the mobile component, in 2012, CB will receive modern digital mobile communications - radio stations, radio relay stations, satellite communications stations, integrated hardware communications. Combined arms will receive portable 6 generation radios with an end-to-end range, equipped with navigation and with ample opportunities for transmitting information.


    Do we harness it for a long time, or "the horse runs behind the cart"?
  7. crambol
    crambol 23 March 2013 10: 01 New
    +2
    Quote: Takashi

    Is not too much - 16 kg?

    Maybe it is out of habit designed for 50 megatons in the immediate vicinity?
  8. Orient_Ru
    Orient_Ru 23 March 2013 10: 13 New
    +3
    In the photo in the hands of the signalman, the field laptop looks very much like the Panasonic TOUGHBOOK CF-31.

    http://www.panasonic.ru/press_center/releases/detail/375441

    Communication is such an important matter, I would like to see domestic equipment that is not subject to the machinations of IT-ishniks of a potential enemy.
    1. tforik
      tforik 23 March 2013 13: 30 New
      +1
      1 in 1! Like he is!
  9. slavik_gross
    slavik_gross 23 March 2013 10: 21 New
    +1
    and who knows why such a heavy weight? And the fact that there should only be a domestic assembly is not even disputed ...
    1. VadimSt
      VadimSt 23 March 2013 11: 10 New
      +1
      Because this is an "armored book", it does not smell of plastic there - the case is made of magnesium alloy. The weight is about 3,5 kg, just, in addition to the "laptop", there are also "bombs", due to them and the weight of the kit.
      In Russia, the company produces R-systes (IRBIS) c 2005
  10. Orient_Ru
    Orient_Ru 23 March 2013 11: 18 New
    +2
    The Panasonic TOUGHBOOK CF-31 field laptop has never been armored. But protected from moisture, dust and shockproof - yes. I worked with this, I know not by hearsay.
  11. roial
    roial 23 March 2013 12: 11 New
    +6
    The author is completely versed in communications. He simply stupidly copied this article from another resource without even checking the data. In the photo there is not a single component of the station on it depicts a fighter with a laptop that is not even possible to connect to the station due to the lack of corresponding joints on it.
    Small-sized satellite station R-438 Baryet-T

    Designed for the organization of satellite radio communication networks in the interests of units and subunits operating in isolation from the main forces through the communications relay of the spacecraft.

    Technical features

    The radio station provides complete autonomy of work in the modes of voice, digital and text messages, automated health monitoring, interfacing with a wide range of terminal equipment at the joints of RS-232C, C1-FL-BI. The design allows you to transport the radio station with one person.

    Modes of operation:

    • duplex closed telephone service;
    • simplex mode of reception and transmission of data;
    • formalized official communication;
    • OFT at a speed of 1200 bps;
    • dual channel reception mode.

    Key Features:
    Frequency range, GHz 4 ... 6
    Information speed, bps 1200, 2400
    Isotropic power, not less than 31 dB W
    Quality factor of the receiving system, dB / K 0
    Number of communication channels 51 (in 10 kHz steps)
    Food from a network of a direct current, V 10-30
    Power supply from an alternating current main, V 180-250
    Range of working temperatures, oС -40 .. +50
    Ready time, sec no more than 35
    Overall dimensions, mm 416х286х107
    Weight, kg no more than 16

    In 2000, at the institute, I wrote a diploma at this station))
    1. zanoza
      zanoza 23 March 2013 13: 06 New
      +1
      Quote: roial
      Small-sized satellite station R-438 Barrier-T


      I will add one more photo.
      1. zanoza
        zanoza 23 March 2013 13: 16 New
        +2
        Operational moment.
        (clickable)
    2. crambol
      crambol 23 March 2013 13: 19 New
      +1
      Weight, kg no more than 16

      Well, honestly, at least a third can be reduced using more delicate components.

      Information speed, bps 1200, 2400

      And this is what, with one finger to write. typewriter?
      1. Gavrn
        Gavrn 24 March 2013 17: 20 New
        0
        Well, tell us what speeds are needed to transmit a voice message?
    3. astra
      astra 23 March 2013 20: 04 New
      +4
      Quote: roial
      The author is completely versed in communications. He simply stupidly copied this article from another resource without even checking the data. In the photo there is not a single component of the station on it depicts a fighter with a laptop that is not even possible to connect to the station due to the lack of corresponding joints on it. Small-sized satellite station R-438 Baryet-T

      The fact that the author is possible and copied is not a reason to blame him, the essence of the article is not the external signs and the name of the radio station, but the opportunity to once again rejoice in the modernization of the army. I’m not a specialist and I don’t care how she looks and is called outwardly. The main thing is the new equipment arrives in the troops. And if not for this article, you would not read these lines and other articles. Do you need to respect the work of members of the forum that give you the opportunity to read the news, or do you think that only admins write and find articles?
  12. roial
    roial 23 March 2013 14: 09 New
    +1
    Information speed, bps 1200, 2400
    And this is what, with one finger to write. typewriter?

    This is an old Soviet school)) There is a vocoder that converts speech into a digital signal at a speed of 1.2-2.4 kbit / s. It’s true that the correspondent wants to understand what is needed and even with a delay it’s not easy at all)), but our army always liked to overcome difficulties))

    In the USSR and in Russia, ALL conversations on satellite channels are usually encrypted using ZAS equipment that works on a digital channel with speeds from 1.2 to 48 kbit / s
    1. crambol
      crambol 23 March 2013 17: 25 New
      0
      Quote: roial
      our army always loved to overcome difficulties


      Well, if ZAS, then everything is clear. In the 61st year he saw ZAS at the headquarters of the fleet. He was like a medium-sized chest of drawers from a not poor housewife.
  13. rudolff
    rudolff 23 March 2013 14: 09 New
    +3
    In the 80s he was a radio amateur and even then we were allowed to build stations to work via satellite. It turned out to be simpler than traditional sq-band. If the latter required high power (we were allowed up to 200 watts) of the transmitter and bulky antennas, then less than one watt was enough for communication via satellite. The stations were the size of a small box with a small antenna. The problem was only with the passage of satellites. We did not work with geostationary ones. By the way, it’s interesting, but do we have geostationary communication satellites or will we work with western ones?
    16 kg, this is of course too much. So you have to allocate a signalman fighter. I recall the army R-105m. That was 14 kg of weight.
  14. roial
    roial 23 March 2013 14: 20 New
    +2
    Thrane & Thrane TT-3060A is a lightweight, compact, convenient and economical mobile satellite phone for receiving and transmitting telephone, fax, data and email messages anywhere in the world.



    durable (the case is made of magnesium alloy),
    compact (less than half the standard case),
    lightweight (less than 2,2 kg),
    energy-saving (consumption of only 370mW in standby mode),
    reliable (protection against unauthorized access using a personal SIM card),
    it is the best choice for businessmen, journalists and television operators, rescue organizations and ministries for emergency situations, transport companies, airlines, civil defense units and anyone who needs mobility.
    A small flat antenna can be removed 70 meters from the base unit, which allows you to place it outdoors. The built-in battery provides 48 hours of standby time and 2,5 hours of talk time, and the phone does not interrupt while recharging the battery.

    In addition to the terminal, a second battery and charger for quick charging are supplied.

    Brief phone specifications
    Dimensions 52 x 270 X 200 mm
    Weight 2.2 kg (including handset, battery and antenna)
    Operating time without recharging Talk: 2,5 hours
    Fax / Data: 50 minutes
    Standby: 48 hours
    Temperature range -25oC to + 55oC in operation
    -40oC to + 80oC during storage
    Power Consumption 370 MW Standby
    8 watts talk time
    20 W - in fax / data mode
    Charging time with standard adapter 5-6 hours
    Charging time with optional adapter 2 hours
    Optional Accessories
    Additional batteries and a separate charger for them
    Antenna cables at 5, 10 and 20 meters
    Fast charge adapter
    Car cigarette lighter adapter
    Solar battery
  15. roial
    roial 23 March 2013 14: 42 New
    +1
    Probable Enemy Portable Satellite Stations



    Raytheon's incredibly flexible multiband multitask PSC-5D communication terminal offers a special satellite communication channel along with various operating modes, modulation types and relay modes (in direct visibility, satellite and Sincgars - a single system of single-channel radio communications of ground forces and aircraft). The radio station is compatible with various encoders. Frequency range 30 to 512 MHz



    Harris’s portable RF-7800B-DU024 Bgan (Broadband Global Area Network) satellite terminal is a hardened 2 kg Class 2,8 Bgan system providing 432 kbps bandwidth with a manually tuned antenna. The system provides the ability to seamlessly establish horizontal communications with existing Falcon III tactical networks. Through the Inmarsat network, the terminal can provide speeds of up to 2 Mbps
  16. Rustam
    Rustam 23 March 2013 15: 41 New
    +3
    total weight of our product is 16 kilograms !!!!!!!!!!!!!
    we loved to do everything big and bulky - remembering our service and the walkie-talkie Crossbow, I felt sorry for the signalmen
    problems with lagging behind in our army happened in the early 90s where practically nothing came into their development - therefore there was a huge lag, I recall two Chechen companies where problems with communication and coordination came to one of the first places (in signal range, in reception quality and protection) this problemma also emerged in 2 - after which the miserable state with communications with the troops was officially recognized

    it’s no secret that the Georgian army excelled us in the quality of communications
    it’s good that a lot of instances of communication equipment were captured and even a connected and intact Range rover equipped with the most modern communication systems was used as a command

    basically it is the world leader and supplier to the US army, the HARRIS company (yes, when the first samples came to the military and industrialists - what technological hole separates our developments from theirs gasped)

    briefly- Radio stations of the HARRIS family
    VHF radio stations manufactured by HARRIS under the SINCGARS program.
    Harris' SINCGARS V program creates 5-watt knapsack radios and 50-watt mobile radios.
    They provide telephone communications and data transmission in the frequency range 1.2 ... 512 MHz in the mode:
    - fixed frequency settings
    - in WIC mode.

    Cryptographic information protection and WMS management are carried out by the integrated ECM module.
    Voice transmission is performed using delta modulation at a speed of 19,2 kbit / s and frequency manipulation with the detuning of the subcarrier frequencies ± 5,6 kHz from the nominal frequency.

    Data transmission is carried out at a speed of 16 kbit / s using minimal shift manipulation, with the possibility of increasing the speed to 115.2 kbit / s. To identify radio stations, modulation of the carrier wave of tonal frequency signals of 150 Hz is used.

    Six to ten communication channels can be pre-programmed manually or using a Fill Gun device.
    During programming, the following data is entered for each channel in the RAM of the control module:
    frequency of fixed settings, key variables, “time of day” TOD, initial data for forming an address group of frequencies, orthogonal network identification code, address code for selective communication.
    Key variables are entered in the form of eight blocks of four hexadecimal characters (O ... 9. A, B, ...) for each channel,
    The address group includes 128 frequencies for the WMS and is formed by the processor of the control module in accordance with the algorithm specified by the key variables (several disjoint subbands (or blocks) of operating frequencies, lower and upper boundaries) In WIC mode, a network call is provided by the network identification code and a selective subscriber call online

    PS-photo (clickable)
    American trophy walkie-talkie (one of many) from Georgia inherited as trophies - ours has something to learn and adopt
  17. roial
    roial 23 March 2013 15: 55 New
    +1
    Station tactical and operational tactical control units AN / PSC-5





    Currently, the US Armed Forces have a large fleet of terminals designed to operate in the frequency range 225-400 MHz through the satellite system of the Flitsatkom and Afsatkom systems. With their help, you can also maintain communication in the line of sight in the networks of interaction with tactical aviation.
    The most widely used stations
    AN / PSC-3


    AN / PSC-5


    and LST-5C



    The AN / PSC-3 kit includes: a transceiver, a set of antennas, a microcomputer (for accumulation and automatic transmission of messages) and a small-sized letter-printing device with a signal converter. Text messaging is in high-speed mode. To classify negotiations, an external encoder of the TSEC / KY-57, -59 type can be connected to the radio station.
    The automobile version of the station (AN / VSC-7), unlike others, is equipped with a remote control panel.

    Station AN / PSC-5 manufactured by Raytheon company, which was put into service in 1993, is used in tactical and operational-tactical command and control level. To close the communication channel, it has a built-in encoder. The satellite modem provides operation both on a pre-allocated channel, and in the mode of providing it at the request of DAMA in accordance with the standards MIL-STD-188-182h -183. When operating according to the MIL-STD-188-182 standard, transmission is carried out at a speed of up to 2,4 kbps four-position FM (SOQPSK) in a narrow-band channel with a width of 5 kHz, and according to the MIL-STD-188-183 standard - with a speed of up to 16 kbit / s in the broadband channel (25 kHz). It can be conducted in synchronous and asynchronous mode according to the MIL-STD-188-114A standard. Data terminal equipment (personal computer, digital message input devices, etc.) is connected to the modem via the RS-232 or -422 port.
    The station is powered by two rechargeable batteries BB-590 / U (weight 3,6 kg) or BA-5590 / U (2,04 kg). The station is also equipped with a converter for AC power. The average time between failures is at least 2 hours.
  18. crambol
    crambol 23 March 2013 17: 31 New
    +3
    From comparison, a very sad mood. Now it’s clear that ours isn’t something like a computer, but a cellular one. Again have to catch up. But a potential adversary will not wait when we catch him. Will cover all of our analog without much effort.
    1. astra
      astra 23 March 2013 21: 58 New
      +3
      Quote: crambol
      Now it’s clear that ours isn’t something like a computer, but a cellular one.

      But how did we break into space? the best combat aircraft and other military equipment do?
      1. crambol
        crambol 23 March 2013 22: 20 New
        +1
        And you remember, at what cost all this was achieved!
        1. astra
          astra 23 March 2013 23: 42 New
          +2
          It’s also hard for the Americans to achieve everything, remember how many accidents we had and they had in the space program for example.
      2. Atrix
        Atrix 24 March 2013 12: 15 New
        -1
        Quote: astra
        Quote: crambol
        Now it’s clear that ours isn’t something like a computer, but a cellular one.

        But how did we break into space? the best combat aircraft and other military equipment do?

        Who told you about the best military equipment? On TV I heard about "unparalleled in the world" In some areas we are at the level of the West, and in many we are 20-30 years behind
  19. Mozart
    Mozart 23 March 2013 20: 08 New
    +4
    Quote: crambol
    Now it’s clear that ours isn’t something like a computer, but a cellular one.

    Now it’s clear - but before it’s not clear, was it?
  20. astra
    astra 23 March 2013 21: 55 New
    +1
    Quote: Mozart
    Now it’s clear that ours isn’t something like a computer, but a cellular one

    But how then did we break into space? do the best combat aircraft do?
  21. darksoul
    darksoul 23 March 2013 23: 09 New
    -1
    well done, why do we need to start .... in circuitry, ours are significantly behind, let them catch up
  22. Zomanus
    Zomanus 24 March 2013 04: 45 New
    +1
    Kapets. In case of war, we will again run as in 41 with coils of wire ... It is sad of course from such news. Despite the fact that our EW funds are very poorly represented, unlike amers. And in the photo our stations are a concrete sanctuary. One can only dream of carbon fiber and magnesium, not to mention the filling.
  23. DuraLexSedLex.
    DuraLexSedLex. 24 March 2013 20: 16 New
    0
    People here add pictures of satellite phones with words like: "but this is not easier" and "and they have a case made of concrete" and they think that a satellite phone, and a digital satellite radio station, multichannel, is the same thing .... People , I will disappoint you, these are completely different things. The only thing that unites them is the presence of a receiver-transmitter with the ability to work directly with a satellite, and a satellite antenna, AND EVERYTHING. Communication standards, encryption in the channel, and the data transmission system is different, for phones This is an analogue for communication systems of 5-6 generation of a digit (that is, you can transmit both speech and text and multimedia information, or coordinates).
  24. roial
    roial 25 March 2013 00: 14 New
    0
    So what's the difference ?? It’s just that our generals can’t make NORMAL technical conditions for the development of the station (after all, the more bells and whistles the better they think, but the nickname doesn’t mean that this station will be operated by soldiers with vocational education) and our industry is not able to do anything normal, here and it turns out an ordinary VHF radio station the size of a brick.