The WiSPR-WLAN (Wireless LAN) is an expansion of the basic WiSPR system providing autonomous short-range wireless communications, independent of the existence of tactical radios in the vehicle.
The Wireless LAN infrastructure is established in a manner, which allows fast deployment of a wireless communication network in any environment, thus extending the capabilities of WiSPR with high-speed external wireless communications between vehicles and dismounted soldiers.
The WiSPR-Wireless LAN provides bi-directional wireless voice communications, high speed data transfer, standardized interfaces towards Battle Management Systems (BMS) or User Data Terminals (UDT) as well as remote access and control services of tactical radio equipment installed in other vehicles.
The in-vehicle Wireless-LAN unit (WLCU) is fully integrated with the basic WiSPR intercom system utilizing the intercom assets, while autonomous mobile units (MCUs) carried by the dismounted personnel provide seamless communication (voice and high-speed data) between deployed soldiers and fighting vehicles.
Any WiSPR configuration is scalable to the WLAN capability without intervention in the existing/ previous hardware topology.
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