Digital Modular Radio (DMR)
Software-Defined Communications For The U.S. Navy
The Digital Modular Radio (DMR), AN/USC-61(C), is the first software defined radio to have become a communications system standard for the U.S. Military. The compact, multi-channel DMR provides multiple waveforms and multi-level information security for voice and data communications from the core of the network to the tactical edge. The DMR is currently deployed on 12 different U.S. ship and submarine platforms. The DMR system approach reduces SWAP-C on platforms.
- Four full-duplex channels
- Complete VHF/UHF Line-of-Sight and HF/UHF Beyond Line-of-Sight waveform capability
- Programmable Type 1 MILS certification on 4 channels
- Full qualification for U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard shipboard environments
- Coalition Interoperable
- Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Five Eye Approved
Next-Generation Communications at Sea
Built using open architecture standards, General Dynamics Digital Modular Radios continue to provide improved functionality and interoperability by including waveforms and advanced network connectivity, such as the Integrated Waveform and advanced network connectivity with the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) waveforms.
Additionally, system-wide software applications such as Dynamic Routing and Virtual Channel Exploitation extend channel capacity without additional hardware.