JTIDS/Link 16 and Tactical Data Information Link (TADIL) Engineering
offers a wide range of expertise and practical field experience in the
development of specialized software systems and components in the support of
real time tactical communication systems.
have years of
“ hands on” experience
with these real-world
tactical data architectures
in both exercise and operational environments and have developed a firm
understanding of their capabilities and limitations.
from this experience Märzen software engineers have come to excel in the rapid
design, development and deployment of Object Oriented software systems to
augment existing tactical systems. Märzen staff have often been
tasked to deploy on
very short notice to
provide capabilities in remote locations that are essential to the success of a
staff often play a significant role in both military exercises and in theatre operations by
devising improvements to tactical operations with software and hardware
staff have extensive knowledge and experience with DOD tactical communications
systems and the various TADIL message standards (Link 1, 4, 11, 11b, 16, 22,
etc.). Märzen staff have participated
and sometimes lead the efforts to design and integrate the JTIDS radio and the
LINK16 tactical message standard into a number of DOD aircraft and weapons
systems including the F-15, AWACS, Joint Stars, GTACS, and ABCCC.
Märzen expertise includes such diverse
subjects as; JTIDS radios, multi-TADIL network design, secure digital encryption
devices, ethernet networks, tactical data modems, data forwarding and specialized serial devices.
Märzen staff have consulted on the design and fielding of a number of
the test tools
and systems currently in service that are required for platform integration and
LINK16 network testing.
Märzen consulting efforts are focused on
the latest generation of
tactical communications and networking equipment and
provides software engineering and systems management expertise to the the US and