Comtech Systems’ Modular Transportable Transmission System (MTTS PLUS) is the most flexible, rapidly deployable, modular transit case troposcatter system available.
Comtech Systems, the industry leading troposcatter technology company for the last 50 years, is proud to introduce the CS67PLUS Troposcatter Modem/Radio.
The CS67PLUS is the first software-defined adaptive troposcatter modem and radio packaged in a compact sealed module.
This adaptive architecture is capable of supporting line-of-sight (LOS) and troposcatter beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) communications, with a capacity of up to 210 Mbps of full duplex data throughput.
To maximize link availability and data throughput, the CS67PLUS features Adaptive Coding Modulation (ACM).
Transit Case Modularity
The modular design allows users to take a building block approach to deployment.
Users only utilize the cases needed for a specific mission objective, with the ability to increase the power of the systems as those requirements change.
The portable transit case design allows more flexible deployment options than traditional trailer or vehicle based troposcatter systems.
Transportable Communications Terminal (TCT)
Trailer-mounted troposcatter system for high performance and ease of portability.
The Comtech Transportable Communications Terminal (TCT) is a self-contained troposcatter system designed for rapidly deployable over-the-horizon communications.
The TCT is based on the Comtech Transportable Fast Link Antenna (TFLA), and incorporates an entire quad diversity troposcatter terminal using a single automated angle-diversity antenna.
Fixed Troposcatter Installations
Commercial grade fixed sites for permanent infrastructure and strategic networks.
Fixed troposcatter installations allow distant sites to maintain high data rate, low latency communications with a high level of availability.
Capable of ranges upwards of 200 km, they can reduce the need for multiple line-of-sight repeater stations, eliminating additional infrastructure and manpower costs.
- Remote energy
- Low-latency infrastructure
- Reduction of relay sites