Small Tactical Terminal (STT) KOR-24A

  • Simultaneous Two-Channel Comms for Air and Ground Interoperability
  • Waveforms: Link 16, Legacy VHF/UHF, Wideband UHF (SRW*, ANW2*), and SATCOM
  • Real-time Situational Awareness, Location Data, and C2 for Tactical Gateways and Edge Warfighters
  • Low Size, Weight, and Power

Small Tactical Terminal (STT) KOR-24A

Link 16 and Secure VHF/UHF Line-of-Sight Networking at the Tactical Edge

Edge operators gain real-time combat communications and interoperability to whichever networks suit the mission, with the two-channel, software–defined Small Tactical Terminal from Viasat and Harris. The low–SWaP STT enables helicopters, ground vehicles, and other platforms to switch waveforms and network connections on the fly, merging disparate networks and delivering situational awareness to edge operators as the mission unfolds.

The STT (KOR-24A) is a two-channel radio designed to meet the needs of users who have size, weight, and power constraints but need the information available on Link 16 networks and tactical VHF/UHF. Tactical warfighters, including ground vehicles, helicopters, UAVs, small boats, and light ISR aircraft can now have simultaneous access to Link 16 and either wideband UHF or legacy VHF/UHF. This terminal is packaged in an affordable, industry standard compact form factor and is ruggedized to meet demanding environmental requirements.

With this terminal, edge users have access to both air and ground (friendly and enemy) situation data and can provide secure and reliable target data to the network. With the UHF channel configured for S-TADIL J or JRE, users have a single terminal that provides both LOS and BLOS TADIL J connectivity.

*SRW and ANW2C waveforms available by U.S. government approval only, limited to nations approved for each waveform.