Imagery/High-Speed Fleet Broadcast Receive-Only Capabilities
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3900 Dow Road Suite J, Melbourne, FL, 32934
Thomas C. Colvin
AbstractThe Government has requested that the Multi-Mission Advanced Tactical Terminal (MATT) be upgraded to include the capability to receive and process the Navy's High Speed Fleet Boradcast (HSFB) data, and the Secondary Imagery Dissemination System (SIDS) data, as defined by the SBIR topic SOCOM 93-003. Mnemonics has assembled an experienced team, familiar with the hardware and software necessary to efficiently evaluate the capability to integrate the HSFB and SIDS into the MATT. Collectively, we understand the MATT hardware, the HSFB system, and the applications software necessary to receive, decompress, and display the SIDS data. The team, consisting of Mnemonics and Information Technology and Applications Corporation (ITAC), in conjunction with SOCOM shall evaluate the alternative hardware and software solutions and the corresponding risks associated with each choice and provide a cost effective solution to the implementation of the HSFB and SIDS. Alternative configurations shall be studied to help span the range of performance and reliability versus cost. The results of the Phase I effort shall be preliminary design representing the choice(s) for best implementing the SIDS and HSFB capabilities into MATT, providing MATT users with new features without the need for the development of a new platform.
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