Mobile Networked MIMO (MN-MIMO) is a state-of-the-art waveform that solves many of the problems that face today's wireless systems.
Silvus Technologies MIMO MANet communications systems utilise state-of-the-art StreamCaster software defined radios that deliver throughput, range and connectivity that WiFi-based systems cannot match. Silvus radios and accessories were developed to withstand the demands of air, sea and ground communications in harsh, highly mobile and high-stakes situations.
Mobile Networked MIMO technology (MN-MIMO) was developed in Silvus Technologies' labs as a result of over 15 years of advancements and R&D and commercial IRAD in the areas of MIMO and Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (MANet). Leveraging emerging innovations from the communications research community, Silvus MN-MIMO technology provides reliable, high bandwidth, meshed video and data communications in the world’s most challenging conditions.
This breakthrough waveform is a powerful blend of Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (COFDM), Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) antenna techniques and Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (MANet) to deliver digital communications with unparalleled performance and flexibility.
Silvus Technologies offers a wide range of high-throughput IP-based mobile radios leveraging MIMO-technology that can be used in MANet implementations. With Silvus radios used in MANet-environments, Broadcast Solutions offers secure, highly-stable and flexible communication solutions in cases where existing communication structures are corrupted or non-existent. With several IP-connectivity options, Silvus radios working as nodes can be easily integrated into existing infrastructures and connected to several devices such as cameras, mobiles or comms.
- Kommunikation bei Katastrophen und Unglücken
- Mobile Kommunikation vor Ort
- Überwachung kritischer Infrastrukturen
- Taktische Kommunikation für Verteidigungskräfte
- UAV: Kommando & Kontrolle, Videoverbindung, Datenverbindung
- Mobile Einheiten: Überwachungs und Kommandofahrzeuge