ANASIS-II (Army Navy Airforce Satellite Information System-II)
ANASIS-II is the geosynchronous orbit satellite-based military communications system designed to support the mobility and survivability
of ROK forces within the ROK Forces Area of Operations, including the Korean Peninsula, using only military satellite terminals
without relaying on other ground, sea or air communications facilities. During normal times, ANASIS-II ensures a stable and flexible
communications backbone for NCW. In wartime, ANASIS-II can be the communication link of last resort.
Hanwha Systems has developed ANASIS-II network control systems, which are the key elements of the control unit, modems and subscriber interface devices applicable to all types of terminals. Our other satellite device development efforts include Fly-away Satellite Terminal for brigade-level C2 and portable satellite terminals for battalion-level C2 and Deep Operation.
System to ensure mobility
Provides stable and
flexible communication links
and 3 prototypes of
satellite terminals, including
fly-away and portable
Fly-away Satellite Terminal(PRC-881K)Movable by 2 signal corpsmen. Can be fixed on a certain location for operation.
Brigade level C2 terminal. Provides tactical maneuverability and operational survivability thru IP-based voice and data transmission.
Portable Satellite Terminal(PRC-891K)Portable terminal that can be carried, set-up and operated by one single soldier.
Used as a reporting terminal to Battalion Command and Control Post or a mission operation terminal for Deep Battle Operation.
Network Controller(FRC-821K)Provides network controls for ANASYS-II integrated networks and 3 links of distributed unit networks.
Supports DAMA·PAMA multiple access, Hub-spoke, Mesh and Hybrid network topologies.
Modems & Subscriber DevicesIn order to provide interfaces with high speed basic links of all satellite terminals, ECCM links and low speed basic links of ANASYS-II, 7 types of modems and 7 types of subscriber devices are available. These devices provide large volume data, ECCM capabilities and multi-channel links.