(Cedar Rapids, Iowa, January 14, 2009) -- Rockwell Collins has successfully completed a Critical Design Review (CDR) with representatives of U.S. military services for its Tactical Targeting Network Technology (TTNT), a high-speed Internet Protocol-based network that will connect military platforms at the tactical edge.
"This milestone is a major step toward supporting the nation's goals of achieving next-generation, network centric warfare capabilities," said Bruce King, vice president and general manager of Surface Solutions for Rockwell Collins. "The government reviewers were especially pleased to see the high level of maturity in the system's design."
The TTNT CDR provided the U.S. military with a thorough review of the detailed design of the TTNT waveform. The review covered the waveform design and analysis details, subsystem configuration and performance, and overall integration, quality assurance and test planning for the TTNT waveform.
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