British Armed Forces Communications and Information Systems

British Armed Forces Communications And Information Systems

The British Armed Forces operates a wide range of communications and information systems. Some of these are specialised military systems, while others are procured off-the-shelf. They fall into three main categories: satellite ground terminals, terrestrial trunk communications systems, and combat net radio systems. Every part of the Army and the uses combat net radio, but only the Royal Corps of Signals and the Royal Air Force operates trunk systems and multi-channel satellite communications.

Read more about British Armed Forces Communications And Information Systems:  Satellite Ground Terminals, Terrestrial Trunk Radio Relay, Combat Net Radio

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