Airborne Networking


A combination of IP and tactical data link (TDL) networks has revolutionized warfare in the airborne domain. Networks stitch together platforms including intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance; command and control; tactical strike; and support with ground, surface, and subsurface elements. Fuse personnel have led the design and development of airborne networks from early deployment of secure IP network (through both high-frequency IP and satellite communications) through advanced deployment of multi-path transport and integrated IP-TDL solutions. Fuse continues to innovate and develop state of the art airborne networking solutions for military and commercial platforms. Fuse has designed and delivered small SWaP airborne networking architectures with both line-of-sight and beyond-line-of-sight links. As network connection between airborne and ground systems continues to become more important, Fuse will continue to lead the way with efficient systems developed through warfighter-focused processes.

For more information about Fuse network engineering, software engineering, hyper-converged systems development, mechanical engineering, airframe integration, radio-frequency engineering, systems engineering, and test, please contact us and we will be happy to help.