New Multi-Channel and Full-Duplex Capabilities for E-LynX Software Defined Radios

Elbit Systems’ new patented multi-channel technology enables simultaneous use of multiple radio frequencies for transmission and reception, utilizing one or more waveforms, providing all-time network availability and presence By DA Reporter / 18 Oct 2021

Elbit Systems adds multi-channel and full duplex technologies to its E-LynX family of Software Defined Radios (SDR), substantially increasing network throughputs and further empowering the company’s SDR-based solution for multi-domain digital transformation.

When using radio systems with single or dual radio frequency channels, the ability of tactical users to transmit and receive information is dependent on channel availability, which limits the reach and network presence of the users. 

Elbit Systems’ new patented multi-channel technology enables simultaneous use of multiple radio frequencies for transmission and reception, utilizing one or more waveforms, providing all-time network availability and presence – a key factor in multi-domain operations. 

The multi-channel network capability improves the optimization of spectrum resource allocation and enhances the capability to execute concurrent missions while maintaining fast, resilient, secured, interoperable and immune communications in any terrain. Current tactical radio technologies allow access to the network for a single user to at a time. The new full-duplex technology enables tactical users to exchange information simultaneously and have dynamic conversations, accelerating the flow of information in the battlefield.

The E-LynX family of SDR is in use with several countries for their multi-domain digital transformation, including Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Brazil and Israel. Elbit Systems will deliver more than ten thousand multi-channel full-duplex E-LynX SDR systems under several of these programs.

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