Ruselectronics Group delivered an integrated modernised communications complex to equip surface ships and ships of the Navy. This came in a statement published by Rostec's press office.
"In the new modification, the complex has an open architecture, which allows the crew to provide an expanded set of telecommunication services and services for radio communications," came in the statament.
The Omsk Instrument-Making Research Institute developed the system. CEO of the institute, Vladimir Barezovsky, said:
"The new system fully reflects the modern level of radio communications development. The applied technical solutions have helped improve the system’s operational, technical and economic characteristics. Further more, they helped create the required potential for further developing radio communications technologies."
He added that "Open architecture allows you to flexibly add new features and expand equipment capabilities."
The integrated complex organises radio communications between surface ships of the Navy of any rank and coastal communication centres. And also communications equipment for surface ships, submarines and aircraft. Moreover, it provides collaboration with internal ship systems.
In this new modification, the control system is built on the principles of scalability, which allows, if necessary, to connect additional devices to it, as well as expand the functionality of computer systems for decision support.
The communications complex includes shipborne antennae, antenna switches, antenna tuners, radio receiving and transmitting units and radio stations also developed by the Omsk Research Institute of Instrument-Making. The equipment helps organising work in the required radio channels for the Navy, including jam-resistant radio links.