Elbit Systems E-LynX

Elbit Systems E-LynX

The E-LynX family of mobile tactical communications solutions is based on the most advanced Software-Defined Radio technology, supporting broadband data communications across maneuvering tactical joint battle groups. These software-defined radio (SDR) offer a secure and reliable tactical communications solution to all echelons – from the individual soldier on the battlefield to deployed headquarters. The E-LynX tactical solution is a 4TH generation communication solution provided by Elbit Systems, while maintaining compatibility with hundreds of thousands of CNR radio sold worldwide.

Elbit Systems E-LynX

Elbit Systems E-LynX

Comprised of the latest generation of multi band-channel-waveform tactical IP radio, the E-LynX family provides combat-proven MANET capabilities to a variety of platforms over any terrain type. Strong error correction algorithms eliminate the possibility of lost data packets and a salf-healing, self-forming ad-hoc networking capability ensures robus data communications of several megabits per second at adaptable bandwidths for an extensive rage. Its mobile ad-hoc networking (MANET) provides continuous IP networking connectivity throughout any mission. The line of radios include the PNR-1000 Personal Network Radio with full duplex voice conferencing supporting both data and voice transmission the maximizes communicatiins dependability and range while minimizing the network’s vulnerability.
Elbit Systems E-LynX

Elbit Systems E-LynX

The E-LynX soldier radios are designed to enable advanced networked combat solutions in both open field and urban areas. Soldiers can use the system for access to several voice groups in a single channel and fast data services. The radios will support the effective closing of the sensor to shooter loop. Additionally, integrated blue force tracking (BFT) capability offered by the systems will facilitate accurate location monitoring. The radios are incorporated with concurrent flooding techniques that offer extended range over a multi-hop network and improved network agility and robustness. Furthermore, flooding techniques help reduce network latency.


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