TICN(Tactical Information Communication Network)
Tactical communication networks to secure C4I·PGM’s integrated combat capabilities in NCW(Network Centric Warfare) environment. TICN provides for strategic/tactical command, control and communication in support of ROK Forces’ mission operations at both war times and normal times.
the backbone system
for ‘Sensor To Shooter’
Assures integrated combat
in NCW environment
tactical command, control
at both war and normal
(Tactical Mobile Communication System)TMCS provides the means for wireless, mobile communications between the subscribers including the commanding officer, staff, etc., who are operating within Command Comm. Post Area.
VoIP switches(TIPS) and LCTRS are mounted in the system. TMCS subscribers can receive mobile Communication and multi-media services.
Low Capacity Trunk
(Low Capacity Trunk Radio System)This system is assigned to Comm. Posts operated by units higher than regiment or battalion levels.
LCTRS provides for wireless trunk links to support communication among Units’ Comm. Posts It is comprised of MLR and SLR, providing 1:1 link or 1:N link. It has the repeater function too.
Network Control System
(Network Control System)NCS is mounted on 5-ton vehicle, and assigned to Corp or Division-level Comm. Post.
It manages Corp or Division level integrated networks; handles the operations at Comm. Posts; and performs resource management for TICN.
(Tactical Internet Protocol System)Being mounted on TMCS communication shelter, TIPS provides for voice and video calls and switch functions It supports ALL-IP voice calls and additional services for tactical operations too. Interfaces with other systems like SPIDER, PABX, etc., are also supported.
(Combat Network Radio System)CNRS is combat radio system that supports voice calls and battlefield information data sharing among combatants. Hanwha Systems offers Portable Type II with 2 channels,
Vehicle Type II with 3 channels and Helicopter Type for helicopter platform operation.