Automated Digital Network System
ADNS is the bandwidth optimization Program of Record for the Navy. ADNS provides the only Quality and Class of Service routing for multi-service voice, video and data domains across the available radio frequency paths that make up the Ship / Shore Wide Area Network (WAN). This WAN is used to support internal dissemination of information, as well as external connectivity to SIPRNET, NIPRNET and non-U.S. Local Area Networks. ADNS is deployed on ships, submarines, aircraft and at shore sites as the Navy's entry point to Navy tactical / strategic and Global Information Grid resources and services.
Air Navigation Warfare Phase 1
The GAS-1 is a controlled reception pattern antenna that provides anti-jam nulling protection for Global Positioning System (GPS) signals. It is a joint service product currently in use by the Air Force and several allied countries. It has been identified as an initial replacement for the Navy's existing Fixed Reception Pattern Antenna on all Navy ships and several aircraft platforms. The GAS-1 is one of several products that will be integrated into naval platforms as part of the Navigation Warfare program. This program will implement anti-jam protection and other GPS modernization enhancements to ensure the continued viability of GPS signal availability of position, timing and accuracy to support warfighting capability.
Automatic Identification System
AIS is a shipboard broadcast transponder system operating in the Very High Frequency maritime band that is capable of sending and receiving ship information, including navigation (position, course, speed…); identification (name, call sign, length, beam...); and cargo (draft, type, destination, ...). The mission of the Navy AIS program is to collect the open source AIS data from these commercial off-the-shelf AIS transceivers to improve the Navy’s situational awareness and safety of navigation. Increment 2 will build on Increment 1 to deliver three variants for ships, shore and submarines.
Battle Force Email - 66 AN/UYQ - 92 (V) 1-4
BFEM 66 provides an allied interoperable and secure email capability over High Frequency radio frequency. The system supports a half-duplex, Carrier Sense Multiple Access email net by means of temporary point-to-point links between ship pairs on a single frequency.
C2P / CDLMS
Command and Control Processor / Common Data Link Management System
C2P is a multiple-link processor and JTIDS terminal controller for Aegis and other ship classes with a combat direction system. Original C2P development used the standard Navy tactical computer (AN/UYK-43) and CMS-2 software language. C2P Rehost is a VME based implementation of the original UYK-43 C2P. The Common Data Link Management System is a P3I effort of C2P that improves data link management capabilities of shipboard operators incorporating an embedded Link 11 terminal. CDLMS is being upgraded with the Next Generation C2P Increment.
Commercial Broadband Satellite Program
CBSP is a Rapid Deployment Capability (RDC) to field a new satellite communications terminal and associated services that support up to 49 ships during the period of the RDC ending no later than Sept. 30, 2009. The total requirement is to install CBSP terminals on 236 ships during the FYDP.
Common Data Link – Navy
CDL-N is an ultra wideband digital secure data link that provides configuration-controlled and standardized communication paths between multiple reconnaissance sensors and their users.
Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange – Maritime
CENTRIXS - M Increment 1 utilizes multiple security levels technology to support simultaneous access on a single thin-client workstation to multiple networks representing several different security levels, enclaves and communities of interest including SIPRNET, CENTRIXS 4-EYES, KOR, JPN, Multi-Coalition Forces Iraq (MCFI), Combined Naval Forces CENTCOM (CNFC), Combined Maritime Forces Pacific (CMFP), and Global Counter-Terrorism Force (GCTF). The capability will greatly improve timely access to operational information on various enclaves in a dynamic coalition environment. This system will also result in significant reductions in system administration and the number of hardware devices at a given workstation.
Cooperative Outboard Logistics Update
COBLU is a joint project with the United Kingdom to update the existing OUTBOARD system (AN/SSQ-108) and provide comprehensive surface tactical information warfare exploitation and electronic warfare support measures capability the navies of both countries.
Communications at Speed and Depth
CSD provides a submerged communications capability to U.S. submarines. The CSD family of systems is comprised of Tethered Iridium Buoys, Tethered UHF Satellite Communications Buoys and the Acoustic to RF Gateway System. The systems will be installed and deployed from attack, guided missile and a limited number of ballistic missile submarines.
Combat Survivor Evader Locator
CSEL is a joint program led by the Air Force. It is designed to provide enhanced combat search and rescue capabilities. The CSEL system is the replacement for the AN/PRC-112 and PRC-112B1 legacy systems. It provides the survivor / evader in the field with: precision Global Positioning System based geo-position and navigation data; two-way over-the-horizon secure data communications to joint search and rescue centers; over-the-horizon beacon operation; line-of-sight voice communication; and sweep tone and swept tone beacon capabilities. CSEL also supports one-way, secure messaging and geo-position using LPI/D capabilities.
Common Submarine Radio Room
CSRR is an open architecture that maximizes commercial and government off-the-shelf programs of record and allows for state-of-the-art technology refresh for a common radio room architecture across the five submarine platforms. CSRR supports the Navy's evolving approach to network centric warfare and provides the submarine with dramatic increases in bandwidth, easily upgradeable open architecture, scalability, and programmable and embedded cryptographic equipment.
Commercial Wideband Satellite Program
CWSP provides full-duplex nominally of E-1 (2.048 Mbps) to large-deck ships using the AN/WSC-8 terminal and nominally 512 kbps to small-deck ships using the SHF AN/WSC-6(V)9 terminal to augment military satellite capabilities. CWSP provides increased bandwidth, flexibility, world-wide coverage, interoperability and surge capacity to support a variety of fleet requirements, such as official- and personal-use telephones, ATM afloat banking, video teleconferencing, tele-medicine and imagery.
Distributed Common Ground System – Navy
DCGS-N provides the Navy's Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Targeting system a standardized means of ingesting, processing, exploiting and disseminating all-source intelligence data. DCGS-N also initiates connectivity to the joint service and intelligence community enterprises.
Digital Modular Radio
DMR is a digital, modular, software programmable, multi-channel, multi-function and multi-band (2 MHz - 2 GHz) radio system with embedded information security. DMR provides improvements for fleet radio requirements in the High Frequency, Very High Frequency and Ultra High Frequency bands, and is interoperable and compatible with legacy systems.
Defense Messaging System
DMS is a joint program managed by the Defense Information Systems Agency and executed by the individual Defense Department services and agencies. DMS for the Navy has been designated an ACAT IVM program to establish controls for significant integration and hardware refresh cost. DMS is modernizing Defense Department organizational messaging and replacing the legacy Automated Digital Network message delivery architecture with a single organizational messaging system throughout the Defense Department with seamless strategic (ashore) and tactical (afloat) interoperability.
Digital Wideband Transmission System
DWTS provides up to 2048 Kbps ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore data transmission links, employed primarily by amphibious ready group and Marine expeditionary unit staffs for planning and operations. It also provides an interoperable data link with Army and Marine Corps systems.
Global Broadcasting Service Shipboard Antenna System
GBS is a joint ACAT 1C program; however, the Navy initiated a separate ACAT III program due to differences in the Navy's component of the system. The Navy has procured the Receive Broadcast Manager via a contract with the GBS Joint Program Office, with the Air Force as executive agent, to gain economies of scale for large quantity buys. Future procurements will be on a separate contract.
High Frequency Radio Group
HFRG is a solid state broadband high frequency communications system that consists of transmit, receive and control subsystems. Features include centralized remote control, automated BIT/BITE, rapid and reliable circuit reconfiguration, increased reliability and reduced channel separation.
International Maritime Satellite Program
INMARSAT B HSD provides continuous full-period leased channel mode service for simultaneous processing of NIPRNET, SIPRNET, Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System applications to 128 Kbps, and multiple telephone lines.
Integrated Shipboard Network System
ISNS provides Navy ships with reliable, high-speed secret and unclassified Local Area Networks. ISNS provides the network infrastructure, basic network information distribution services and access to the DISN Wide Area Network (Secure and Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router Network -SIPRNET and NIPRNET), which are used by other hosted applications or systems such as NTCSS, GCCS-M, DMS, NSIPS, NMCP, NAVMPS, TBMCS and TTWCS. It enables real-time information exchange within the ship and between afloat units, component commanders, shore sites and fleet commanders.
Joint Ultra High Frequency MILSATCOM Network Integrated Control System
The JMINI Control System provides centralized control and access for all Defense Department UHF DAMA and DASA satellite channels. JMINI Control System replaces aging legacy hardware with the Digital Modular Radio and also provides remote communications planning and management of UHF satellite channels. It enables Web-based, remote planning and management through the SIPRNET and integrates all DAMA channel control functions into a single, supportable system. The system maximizes utilization of limited UHF satellite resources by expanding worldwide channel control capacity from 96 to 304 UHF DAMA channels. The current technology insertion effort will provide a one-way external interface web service that can be utilized by ENMS / JSMPS.
Joint Services Imagery Processing System – Navy
JSIPS-N is a shipboard imagery architecture able to receive, process, exploit and disseminate imagery products to assist strike planners, tactical aviators and Marine Corps amphibious planners in the delivery of precision ordnance and coordinate seeking weapons and to support fleet intelligence.
KG-3X is a joint interest acquisition effort for which Air Force Electronic Systems Command Nuclear Deterrence Minimum Essential Emergency Communication Network is the system program office and joint interest program office. The KG-3X program will modernize existing KG-3X devices and covers the procurement, installation and sustainment of KG-3X devices.
Littoral Battlespace Sensing, Fusing and Integration
The LBSF&I concept envisions the definition, design, development and support of an integrated system for identifying, collecting, manipulating, ingesting, storing, retrieving and disseminating meteorological and oceanographic data to support joint and naval requirements for planning, training, mission rehearsal, mission execution, experimentation and acquisition.
Low Band Universal Communications System
The Low Band Universal Communications System (LBUCS) program was created to upgrade and modernize the Fixed Submarine Broadcast System (FSBS) transmit and receive terminal subsystems. The FSBS delivers strategic and tactical messages to the submarine fleet via Low Frequency and Very Low Frequency (LF/VLF) waveforms. The use of the LF/VLF waveform is unique to FSBS as it is the only system capable of communicating with submarines submerged below periscope depth.
Link 16 Network
Link 16 Network consists of maintenance support and modernization of JTIDS and MOS and Fielding of DNM, and includes JID / JTMS.
Marine Corps Meteorological Mobile Facility (Replacement)
The METMF(R) is a transportable system that provides tactical meteorological and oceanographic (METOC) support to the Marine Air-Ground Task Force in garrison and while engaged in operations from the sea, sustained operations ashore and pperations other than war. Housed in a single International Organization for Standards shelter, the METMF(R) is capable of transport in a single, standardized C-130 for rapid deployment operations. It is designed to be interoperable with the Marine Corps C4I systems and the METOC systems of the other services and government agencies.
Naval Modular Automated Communications System II/Single Messaging Solution (NAVMACS II/SMS)
Tactical messaging contains the legacy communications system, known as NAVMACS II/SMS Phase 1, and prior NAVMACS variants. The sustainment of NAVMACS II/SMS for afloat units and submarines will be executed within the NAVMACS II/SMS program until the program’s expected closure in FY11.
Navigation Sensor System Interface AN/SSN-6(V)
The main function of NAVSSI is the collection, processing, integration and distribution of navigation data to weapon systems, combat support systems, C4ISR systems and other information system users that depend on NAVSSI for critical positioning, navigation and timing data.
NAVWAR SEA INC 1, 2, 3
Navigation Warfare Sea
The GAS-1 is a Controlled Reception Pattern Antenna that provides anti-jam nulling protection for GPS signals. It is a joint service product currently in use by the Air Force and several allied countries. It has been identified as an initial replacement for the existing Fixed Reception Pattern Antenna on all Navy ships and several aircraft platforms. The GAS-1 is one of several products that will be integrated into naval platforms as part of the Navy's Navigation Warfare program.
Navy Extremely High Frequency SATCOM Program
NESP provides secure, survivable anti-jam and low probability of interception/detection communications terminals designed to provide connectivity for a variety of strategic and tactical command and control communication and intelligence applications.
Naval Integrated Tactical Environmental System, Next Generation
NITES is an evolutionary upgrade to the AN/UMK-3(V) Tactical Environmental Support System. NITES-Next will provide significant improvements in meteorological and oceanographic (METOC) support to Navy, Marine Corps and joint forces engaged in worldwide operations. The main functions of the system are to collect, store and forecast METOC information; assess the impact of present and forecast METOC conditions on operations, weapon systems and sensor systems; and provide METOC data to the warfighter’s mission planning and decision support systems.
Navy Multiband Terminal
NMT is the Navy's component of the AEHF joint satellite program managed by the MILSATCOM Systems Wing. NMT is a fourth iteration military satellite communications terminal being designed to communicate with the AEHF satellites, as well as existing on-orbit Extremely High Frequency capable satellites (i.e. Milstar, Polar, and UHF Follow-On). NMT will provide a nearly four-fold increase in data rate capacity and will accommodate upgrade kits to allow the terminal to communicate with other military satellites (Defense Satellite Communications System and the Wideband Global SATCOM). NMT will provide deployed naval commanders with secure, protected, command, control and communication capabilities, and supports the exchange of tactical data, imagery, real-time video, battlefield maps and targeting information.
Naval Tactical Command Support System
NTCSS was formed by the merger of three combat support applications: SNAP, MRMS and NALCOMIS. NTCSS is a collection of software applications and requisite hardware used to provide decision support capability to the Navy and Marine Corps in the management of ships, submarines, aviation squadrons and intermediate maintenance activities (afloat and ashore). NTCSS also provides intermediate-level maintenance activities with the ability to manage workload and resources involved in repair actions for aviation repairables and ship’s repair work packages.
OE-538/BRC Antenna Group
The OE-538/BRC antenna group is an improved, multifunctional, combined communications, navigation and IFF mast-mounted antenna system for all submarine classes. Increment 2 will provide communication path to support the Mobile Users Objective System, Tactical Data Link via Link 16 and Iridium.
Public Key Infrastructure
The Navy PKI effort is a component of the Defense Department PKI Joint ACAT IAM program led by DISA. PEO C4I is responsible for the Navy's portion of its implementation and initial acquisition. RDT&E funded efforts include evaluating and testing PKI commercial off-the-shelf hardware and software products for functionality and interoperability with the Navy's maritime and shore networks. Additional RDT&E efforts include providing engineering support to Public Key Enable program of record applications. PKI devices are commercial off the shelf (COTS) products that are required to undergo interoperability testing by Joint Interoperability Test Command or other certified service-operated testing facilities. The Navy PKI effort is also responsible for the procurement of COTS devices for systems fielded prior to PKI implementation.
Sensitive Compartmented Information Networks
The primary mission of SCI Networks includes providing special intelligence shipboard analysts with access to national and service strategic and tactical databases. SCI Networks is the transport medium providing special intelligence data and secure WAN IP access to ship and shore national Web sites, signals intelligence and intelligence databases for seamless interaction between shore, surface, submarine and airborne special intelligence LANs. SCI Networks also provides network enterprise services critical to operational availability of time sensitive indications and warning data, GCCS-M and DCGS-N special intelligence analytic capabilities, and implementation of advanced tactical cryptologic sensor functionality.
SHF SATCOM AN/WSC-6(V)
The AN/WSC-6 V5/7/9 provides wideband Super High Frequency communications service to fleet units. It was originally established in 1974 as a three-phase approach to address requirements; variants (V)5, (V)7 and (V)9 compose Phase III. This project is currently in Phase III step 2b of the Acquisition Strategy. The program is preparing to test a tri-band terminal that will operate in C, X/Ka bands.
Shipboard Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System
The system provides secure, anti-jam Very High Frequency voice and data communications. SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) and SINCGARS Advanced System Improvement Program (ASIP) implements a new version of the SINCGARS radio that is capable of networked internet protocol data communications and adds forward error correction capabilities extending the range for reliable data transmission. ASIP is the software re-programmable version of SIP at a reduced size, weight and power consumption.
Environmental Satellite Receiver Processor Systems
ESRP is a ship/shore system that provides direct download, storage and processing of raw digital data transmitted from meteorological satellites. The data provides Navy fleet operations with secure, high resolution, direct readout imagery, both visual and infrared. This information is used in general weather forecasting and across a broad spectrum of warfare areas including, strike, surface, air and undersea.
SSEE Inc E
Ships Signal Exploitation Equipment Increment E
SSEE Increment E is an evolutionary acquisition, commercial off-the-shelf / NDI program designed as the building block to improve tactical cryptologic and information warfare across Navy surface combatant platforms.
SSEE Inc F
Ships Signal Exploitation Equipment Increment F
The SSEE Increment F program will provide the basis for a single core architecture that can be quickly modernized or upgraded to incorporate technological advances and scaled / composable in capability. The system will be fully compliant with the Maritime Cryptologic Architecture.
Submarine High Data Rate Antenna System
The SubHDR antenna provides worldwide, high capacity Extremely High Frequency, military Super High Frequency and Global Broadcast System communications for highly mobile, covert platforms supporting joint, naval and allied forces engaged in regional conflicts.
Submarine Local Area Network
SubLAN provides Navy submarines with reliable high-speed secret, sensitive but unclassified and top secret Local Area Networks. When the SubLAN network is combined with other subsystems, it delivers an end-to-end netcentric warfare capability. AN/USQ-177 Variants (V)1,2,3,4 provide network infrastructure including an Unclassified Wireless Local Area Network (UWLAN), servers, and the Common PC Operating System Environment, which provides the server and operating system environment for other applications such as Non-Tactical Data Processing System.
TacMobile is a multi-year acquisition program providing system and equipment upgrades to provide maritime commanders with the capability to plan, direct and control the tactical operations of joint and naval expeditionary forces and other assigned units within their respective area of operations. The TacMobile program consists of three systems; the Tactical Operations Center and the Mobile Tactical Operations Center, which are components of the Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Forces family Of systems supporting maritime aircraft such as P-8A, P-3C and BAMS UAS; and the Joint Mobile Ashore Support Terminal, which supports naval component commanders operating ashore in an expeditionary environment. TacMobile systems consist of a C2I component and a communications, mobility / facilities, warfighter interface and enterprise services component. Each TacMobile system consists of C4I hardware, tents, generators and air conditioners.
TESS / NITES 2000 / NITES IV
Tactical Environmental Support System / Naval Integrated Tactical Environmental System
TESS / NITES is a scaleable, software-intensive system installed in shipboard meteorological and oceanographic (METOC) offices and ashore at tactical support centers, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command activities, Marine Corps air station weather offices and Marine Corps meteorological mobile facilities. A portable variant of TESS / NITES will be used afloat and ashore to support temporary deployment of METOC personnel.
TSw delivers the Navy’s shore netcentric infrastructure with communication control nodes that will be interoperable with joint, allied and coalition networks. The program will enhance netcentric operations by delivering an end-to-end, secure, reliable, reconfigurable and sustainable command and control network. With an Internet protocol network as its cornerstone, TSw will assist the full integration of all Navy voice, video and data networks into all services within the Global Information Grid.
Television Direct to Sailors
TV-DTS is a receive-only system that provides ships with the capability to broadcast live television and radio 24/7. TV-DTS is a world-wide capability for ships that are so equipped and supported by an on-orbit constellation of geosynchronous commercial satellites provided by the American Forces Radio and Television Service and programming provided by the Defense Media Activity. The system is configured in a single antenna configuration (OE-556/U) for unit-level ships and a dual antenna configuration (OE-556A/U) for force-level platforms. Both variants of the system interface with the Shipboard Information, Training and Entertainment system through the TV-DTS antenna control unit component for shipboard program broadcasting.