A tactical communication tool
With the Tactical Communication Tool (TCT), the user can plan networks in both time and space, establish radio links, redistribute nodes, find possible links, make frequency allocation, show coverage and much more. TCT is used at local and military unit levels for short-term planning of mobile tactical HF / VHF radio communications and microwave networks. It was created in collaboration with the Swedish Defense Materiel Administration (FMV) and has been tested in combat, in international peacekeeping missions.
Easy to use
TCT is built to support all levels of users, from beginners to experts. TCT handles technical details in a way that allows the operator to focus on solving the tactical problem rather than remembering the technical details. Descriptions of available equipment, with all relevant radio, parameters and the nodes that can be used to build the network, can be created by technical experts before the assignment begins. These descriptions are imported directly into TCT.
Planning a constantly moving network means keeping track of when changes are to take place. TCT allows the operator to plan each event in a network, such as redistribution of nodes and connection of radio links or other communication.