The LinkWay® satellite networking system seamlessly connects your advanced networking applications using IP, ATM, Frame Relay, or ISDN protocols with direct, single-hop connections between remote sites.
Now with DVB-S2 technology, the LinkWayS2 system includes adaptive on-demand bandwidth allocation and bandwidth-efficient coding and modulation to give you cost-effective broadband connections between any two LinkWay-equipped sites. Features such as turbo coding and 8PSK modulation provide substantial bandwidth savings, reducing your transponder costs compared with other satellite communication systems.
LinkWay Terminals for Military Satcom
The full mesh LinkWay modem has also been designated a “Current Force Modem” as a key component of the Department of Defense push to accelerate the adoption of new technology to enable more modular, mobile forces. LinkWay modems, the most widely used broadband full mesh IP satcom modem in the DoD, are interoperable with the current Army Joint Network Node (JNN) hubs and/or the Coalition Multi-National Network (CMN) deployments.
- Local and wide area networks
- Military satcom
- Internet Service Provider (ISP) Point-of-Presence (PoP)
- Telecommunications infrastructure
- Public switched telephone and data
- Private telephony, data, and videoconferencing
- Cellular and wireless local loop
- Disaster recovery