Viasat works with U.S. Marine Corps to add secure, high-speed connectivity to MV-22 rotary wing aircraft
Viasat Next-Generation Link 16 Products Achieve Advanced Concurrent Multiple Reception Capabilities Sought by U.S. Military
The U.S. military recently identified the need for Concurrent Multiple Reception (CMR) capabilities in Link 16 products as a way to enhance communications and reduce network congestion on Link 16 networks.
In this podcast, Viasat’s Ken Peterman talks about the company’s role bringing cutting-edge technology capabilities to today’s warfighter
Viasat’s expertise in information assurance and cybersecurity positions the company to help the DoD move to the next generation of classified data transmission
In a recent demonstration, the Viasat KuKarray satellite terminal was shown to provide wide-body military aircraft with near-ubiquitous SATCOM connectivity
Viasat has a long history of keeping service members and their families connected around the world; now, it’s expanding those offerings to naval ships in some of the hardest-to-reach places on earth.
At a NATO disaster-preparation exercise in Serbia in October, Viasat demonstrated how its MMT nomadic terminal can establish near-instant communications when terrestrial networks are disabled or overloaded.
New handheld radio technology from Viasat enables much better communication between troops on the ground and support aircraft above. For close air support, the new technology is tough to beat, and troops are eager to use it.
The potential benefits of AI and machine learning applications for military forces are nearly endless, but they need access to both a modernized end-to-end satellite communications network and line of sight technologies.