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1 BROADBAND COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR POLISH LAND FORCES - GLOBAL CHARACTERISTICS

2 CONTENTS 1.Schedule of work 2.Other projects 3.Main features of the system - global description - proposed technologies 4.System’s architecture - global architecture - functional subsystems - example of topology 5.Nodes’ architecture - architecture of WAS node - architecture of LAS node - devices - shelters 6.Conclusions

3 SCHEDULE OF WORK 1.Beginning of the project – 1999. 2.Operational requirements and conception – 1999/2000. 3.„Testbed” – 2001/2002. 4.Tactical and Technical Requirements – end of 2002. 5.Technical documentation of devices and shelters – 2003. 6.Prototypes of the shelters – 2004/2005. 7.Testing and national certification – 2006. 8.Implementation and developing 2006/2007.

4 TESTBED

5 OTHER PROJECTS  Tactical Communications for the Land Combat Zone - Post-2000 (TACOMS Post-2000) - NATO nations  Warfighter Information Network (WIN-T) - USA  RITA-2000, ATTILA - France  Cormorant, Falcon - UK  TITAAN - Netherlands  TASMUS - Turkey

6 Program TACOMS Post - 2000

7 TACOMS Post - 2000 Objective To: a. Design, b. Validate, and c. Establish common standards for a post - 2000 generation of NATO tactical communications system.

8 MAIN FEATURES OF THE SYSTEM - required level of interoperability (TP2K) - interworking with stationary communication systems - interoperability with existing systems - COTS principle - the latest technologies - advanced telecommunications services - management - security - open for modification

9 Technologies used in the system used in the trunk and access nodes. ISDN switches first of all should provide phone services for subscribers. used in local area network based on TCP/IP family protocols. This technology should provide data transmission in the system. used in the trunk and access nodes. ATM switches are the main elements of these nodes. Purpose - integration of different technologies used in nodes, provision of effective trunks’ utilization in the system and quality of service.

10 SYSTEM’S ARCHITECTURE WAS - Wide Area Subsystem LAS - Local Area Subsystem MS - Mobile Subsystem LTB - LANTELBOX AP - Access Point TrSh - Transmission Shelter SwSh - Switching Shelter Sw-ASh - Switching – Access Shelter RAPSh - Radio Access Point Shelter SMCS - System Management and Control Subsystem CNR - Combat Net Radio

11 SECURITY SUBSYSTEM

12 NODES’ ARCHITECTURE STM-1 E1 digital (ISDN) CVSD systems PBX (ISDN) Router (IP) LAN LOS HC LOS SAT DSTG Z Z Z E1 analog Subscribers other (PCM) systems LOS HC LOS WAS node ATM Switch

13 Location of the shelters in the trunk node

14 LAS node STM-1 E1, E2 E1 digital (ISDN) CVSD systems PBX (ISDN) Router (IP) LAN HC LOS SAT DSTG Z Z Z E1 analog Subscribers other (PCM) systems LOS HC LOS Switch video Ethernet LAN ATM Switch

15 Location of the shelters in the access node

16 BROADBAND COMMUNICATION SYSTEM – SHELTERS

17 SYSTEM’S ARCHITECTURE WAS - Wide Area Subsystem LAS - Local Area Subsystem MS - Mobile Subsystem TN - Trunk Node AN - Access Node WAS TN Radio networks RAP PBXLAN TTTTTT DSTG Existing systems External systems TN AN TN LAS MS TN SECURITY SMCS SwSh-t SwSh-a TrSh HCLOS

18 DEVICES IN SHELTERS - ATM switch - ISDN switch - Access Integrator - Bulk Encryption Device - Multiplexer - Media Converter - Gateway IP/ISDN - Base Station WLAN - Radio Relay

19 ATM Switch - TAKOM Element of the WAS and LAS networks CBR, VBR, UBR services’ support PVC, SPVC and SVC support Resources’ management: e.g. CAC, UPC PNNI, ILMI, UNI signaling support IISP, PNNI routing SNMPv3 management AESA addressing support Interoperation with IP: LANE, CLIP Access switch STM-1MM – 2 ports E1 IMA – 16 ports (4x4) Eth 10/100TX – 6 ports Eth 100FX – 7 ports ISDN card – 4 x S 0 Trunk switch STM-1MM – 2 ports E1 IMA – 48 ports (12x4) Eth. 10/100TX – 7 ports Eth. 100FX – 6 ports ISDN card – 4 x S 0

20 ISDN Switch – DGT 3450–1 WW ISDN bearer services’ support Supplementary services’ support DSS1 signaling on digital subscribers’ lines DSS1 and QSIG signaling on trunks DSTG gateway (STANAG 4578 ed. 2) STANAG 5046 i STANAG 4214 numbering support SNMPv3 management Access Switch E1 PRI – 8 ports 4578 E1 PRI – 2 ports 4206/EUROCOM D1 – 2 ports S 0 – 16 ports U K0 – 16 ports Trunk Switch E1 PRI – 4 ports 4578 E1 PRI – 2 ports 4206/EUROCOM D1 – 2 ports S 0 – 16 ports U K0 – 16 ports

21 Access Integrator - AI ATM-ISDN Element of the Switching – Access and Switching – Trunk Shelters Provides an effective interworking between ISDN switches through ATM network ATM trunking using AAL1 support QSIG and DSS1 to UNI 4.0 conversion support STANAG 5046 to ATM AESA address conversion support Interoperation with ATM switch through STM-1 interface Interoperation with ISDN switch through two ISDN PRI interfaces CBR, VBR, UBR services’ support PVC, SPVC and SVC support Resources’ management: e.g. CAC, UPC SNMPv1 management

22 The view of the shelter

23 IMPLEMENTATION OF TACOMS Post INTERFACES IN SWITCHING SHELTER

24 Example of application

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26 QUESTIONS?


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