Now Being Delivered To and Deployed With U.S. Troops as Part of the Soldier's Network
- No Stove Pipes: Everything connects — without unnecessary gateways or extra devices to purchase.
- Non-Proprietary: Waveform and feature upgrades are part of the program so you don't pay over and over for maintaining the capabilities you need.
- No Infrastructure Required: Networks are self forming: no cell towers, no fiber optics, just your radios.
- Network Management: Presets simplify pre-mission configuration and keying. Stores multiple missions for rapid enroute mission agility.
- Every Warfighter Connected to the Network: Cleared and Uncleared Warfighters are included in the Battlefield Network for maximum interoperability and situational awareness.
- Spectrum Efficiency: Efficient waveforms can send more information over the available bandwidth so spectrum can be used simultaneously by more devices.
- Spectrum Flexibility: Flexible waveforms and radio hardware can adjust to multiple bands of frequency assignments.
- Government Validated Network Performance: HMS radios have been optimized, tested, and validated through formal Government testing.
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- May. 14, 2012: General Dynamics Delivers Powerful Tactical Network and Radios for Army’s NIE 12.2 Exercise
- Jan. 23, 2012: General Dynamics Rifleman Radio and GD300 Go to Afghanistan with U.S. Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment
- Dec. 14, 2011: General Dynamics JTRS HMS Rifleman Radios Complete Formal Operational Testing
- Oct. 11, 2011: General Dynamics’ New Sidewinder Vehicle Mount Turns Military Vehicles into Network Nodes
- Jul. 7, 2011: General Dynamics Starts Production of JTRS HMS Radios for U.S. Army
- Sep. 8, 2010: General Dynamics AIM II™ Cryptographic Module Now Certified by NSA for Use in JTRS Radios
- Jul. 21, 2010: U.S. Army Brigade Combat Team Exercise Demonstrates Value of On the Move Networking