Domo Tactical Communications (DTC) is a leading global developer of mission-critical tactical communications systems for military and first responder applications. Featuring state-of-the-art IP Mesh and COFDM technologies, our cutting-edge solutions provide secure video, voice and data transmission and enable shared situational awareness (SSA) on the move in all domains.
We have been at the forefront of wireless technology for over 50 years, providing militaries, law enforcement agencies, counter-terror units, and governments with ultra-low latency communications capabilities that can be relied on even in the toughest conditions.
Our military SDR solutions can be used as low-power and low-latency point-to-point links, or with our industry-leading proprietary wireless IP Mesh technology that creates self-healing, self-forming networks and can be deployed at the tactical edge anywhere in the world.
MeshUltra – Tactical Wireless IP Mesh TechnologyIntelligent Military MANET Solutions
DTC’s MeshUltra waveform technology enables next-generation intelligent military MANET (mobile ad-hoc networking), delivering greater range, higher throughput, and data rates of up to 87Mbps. Designed from the ground up to ensure superior performance even under the most challenging conditions, MeshUltra utilises advanced COFDM (Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) modulation for enhanced robustness and increased resilience against multipath interference.
MeshUltra also leverages Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology to provide increased spectral efficiency and link robustness, transmitting data in both horizontal and vertical polarisations and fitting twice as much data into a channel as a conventional Single Input Multiple Output (SIMO) mesh. MeshUltra can also automatically and seamlessly transition between MIMO and SIMO operation as required, ensuring the most robust data link possible under any conditions.
DTC has also developed MeshUltra-X, a specialized waveform designed to support large mesh networking applications such as dismounted soldier communications and sensor networks. MeshUltra-X supports up to 144 nodes, with channel bandwidths as narrow as 1.25MHz and as wide as 10MHz.
Military Software-Defined Radios & Modules
DTC’s software defined radio (SDR) solutions feature low-SWaP COFDM digital video transceivers in a variety of form factors, including handheld, OEM, rugged waterproof enclosures, and ultra-miniature for body-worn and concealment applications.
The versatile systems can be configured as dual video encoders, P2P CODFM transmitters and receivers, or tactical IP Mesh nodes for robust battlefield connectivity.
The tactical SDR units provide access to our latest and most advanced waveform technologies including MeshUltra, supporting higher throughput, auto-adaptive modulation, and advanced IAS (interference avoidance scheme). Encryption options include AES128 and AES256 for the highest levels of security.
NETNode IP Mesh Radios
Our Phase 5 NETNode IP Mesh Radios are designed to provide robust MIMO and MANET capabilities in even the harshest of RF environments, delivering our highest ever real-world data rates of up to 87 Mbps. The versatile radios support on-the-move tactical voice communications as well as low-latency video and data transmission.
With built-in GPS and integrated dual HD video encoders, the NETNode radio family offers a variety of output power options to suit a diverse array of mission requirements, including MANET radio backhaul, unmanned systems, armored vehicle convoys, and assault teams.
The rugged units are interoperable with our Phase 3 and 4 products, enabling hassle-free field upgrades and making it easy to add new nodes into existing network infrastructure.
Sentry Mobile & Portable Radios
The Sentry family of rugged SDR systems provide HF, VHF and UHF solutions for tactical voice and data communications both on the move and at fixed sites.
Designed to MIL-STD-810, the rugged radios are available in a range of form factors, including handheld, man-portable, desktop and rackmount.
The lightweight and compact tactical SDR units feature built-in GPS as well as AES-128/256 encryption for maximum security. Field radios can be easily reprogrammed to meet dynamic mission requirements, and can be quickly erased in an emergency to ensure continued network protection.