Specifically designed as a mobile Maritime/harsh environment network hub/base station during operations requiring MANET connectivity at the tactical edge...
The Romeo Six Operator PTT (Push to Talk) takes a different look at PTT’s. With a more ergonomic design, internal Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) shielding, a water resistant U94 cap and an overall small form factor for easy kit placement, the Operator PTT is specifically designed with the end user in mind. The R6 Operator PTT reduces EMI susceptibility by not only shielding the cable from the radio but also all internal components of the PTT housing.
The Romeo Six Silvus Drop Box (SDB) is specifically designed as a mobile Maritime/harsh environment network HUB/Base station. Built around a Silvus 4400 OEM board, the SDB has a large MANET capability in the smallest form factor possible. The SDB can be used stand alone or in conjunction with the TOC in a Box or AFO box to create a completely connected networked mobile communications suite in all types of environments. Detachable magnetic and suction cup feet are stored inside the box until they are ready to be attached to the base. The main recessed patch panel is on the left side with an additional two recessed panels on the right for antennas.
The Romeo Six AFO (Advanced Force Operations) Box is specifically designed as a mobile services box to be used during forward operations requiring MANET connectivity at the tactical edge. Designed as a standalone services box, the AFO Box can be used in conjunction with the Romeo Six TOC in a Box – Model A to create a completely connected networked mobile communications suite in both mobile tactical or TOC environments.
It leverages the smallest form factor available on the market yet still maintains core capabilities that are needed for today’s modern battlefield. Encased in a Pelican Storm case, this mobile platform will allow for C4ISR, beyond LOS SATCOM, wideband networking for ANW2, mobile device charging, and the ability to integrate with existing network infrastructure.