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Rapid Deployment of Secure Mobile Communications

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Rapid Deployment of Secure Mobile Communications
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     A   P   P   L   I   C   A   T   I   O   N   N   O   T   E Military Rapid Deployment of Secure Mobile Communications www.adc.com ã +1-952-938-8080 ã 1-800-366-3891 ADC’s UltraWAVE GSM Network-In-a-Box (NIB) and UltraWAVE CDMA systems are complete cellular networks that enable rapid deployment of secure mobile communications networks for military operations. Designed for cost-effective and trouble-free service on bases, in training areas, or in combat environments, these network systems can be deployed within minutes and can provide secure cellular communications over a wide area. Available in truck-mount, trailer, or transit case configurations, these compact systems are the fastest way to provide secure and flexible communications for military applications. Challenge Secure and reliable mobile communications are an essential part of military operations. VHF radios are bulky and expensive, limiting communications to a handful of personnel, but cellular technology can enable communications for every squad member. Unlike VHF radios, cellular phones are well known to military personnel so training is minimal. In addition, cellular phones are small and light enough to carry with ease, and have far more functionality with features such as an integrated phone book, text messaging (SMS) and voice mail.Unfortunately, traditional cellular networks are difficult and expensive to implement, so their use has been limited only to large-scale operators. In smaller or less permanent locations, it has been impossible to leverage the convenience and cost-effectiveness of commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) cellular communications technology. Solution ADC’s UltraWAVE GSM Network-In-a-Box (NIB) and UltraWAVE CDMA systems are compact cellular network systems that typically support fast and cost-effective implementation of secure combat and non-combat communications over a 20-mile radius (depending on site topography). When needed, multiple systems can be combined to cover larger areas of any size.UltraWAVE GSM and CDMA systems enable the use of COTS technology for military applications. When compared with proprietary radio technologies, cellular communications is less expensive, uses smaller handsets, and offers a full path to future applications—such as GSM asset tracking and handheld navigation—that are continually being created for the commercial market.Compact enough to be carried by two men and simple enough to set up within hours, UltraWAVE NIB and CDMA are fully-integrated cellular communications systems that support basic calling services as well as advanced calling and data services. These networks can be self-contained, limiting traffic to only a designated area, or they can be integrated with other military networks or public cellular networks via satellite or microwave links.     A   P   P   L   I   C   A   T   I   O   N   N   O   T   E Website: www.adc.com From North America, Call Toll Free: 1-800-366-3891 ã Outside of North America: +1-952-938-8080 Fax: +1-952-917-3237 ã For a listing of ADC’s global sales office locations, please refer to our website. ADC Telecommunications, Inc., P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA 55440-1101 Specifications published here are current as of the date of publication of this document. Because we are continuously improving our products, ADC reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice. At any time, you may verify product specifications by contacting our headquarters office in Minneapolis. ADC Telecommunications, Inc. views its patent portfolio as an important corporate asset and vigorously enforces its patents. Products or features contained herein may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign patents. An Equal Opportunity Employer 106332AE 6/08 Original © 2008 ADC Telecommunications, Inc. All Rights Reserved In other scenarios, having a solid, easy-to-use network can make a significant contribution to troop morale by enabling contact with friends and family back home. By integrating easily with public telephone networks, UltraWAVE NIB and CDMA allow personnel to use their own phones to call home from remote locations. ADC military communications systems support GSM 85-1 encryption and CDMA scrambling. Security can be further enhanced through the use of secure phones or high-security adapters on off-the-shelf cellular phones, allowing for flexible implementation of any preferred security solution for Type 1-level encryption. Features: A mobile switching center (MSC) with value added services (SMS, VMS, etc), base station (BSC), ã base station controller (BSC) and the BTS (base station, which is the radio) Band flexibility – 450, 850, 900, 1800, and 1900, and 2100 MHz frequencies supportedã Basic features: call forwarding, call waiting, call hold, call transfer, handover, roaming, connectivity ã to other networksPacket data support - GPRS for GSM or 1xRTT for CDMA ã Value-added features: short message service center (SMSC), authentication center (AuC), ã and equipment identity register (EIR), prepaid server (PPS), and voice mail server (VMS)Local switching - contains lab traffic within the lab network at no extra cost ã Satellite or microwave backhaul ã Two-man lift; deployment in 30 minutes ã Portable options: truck or trailer mounted ã Scalability from 100 to tens of thousands of subscribers ã Logging interface to record session activity via graphical user interface with operation management ã center (OMC)AC or DC power with low power consumption ã GSM 85-1 encryption and CDMA scramblingã

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