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Link 22 Training, ENO offers a variety of training programs to meet your applications of Link 22. Link 11 was adapted by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) officially the early 1960s as a Tactical Data Link defined it inside International STANdardization AGreement (STANAG) 5511. United States adopted and defined Link 11 concepts as Tactical Digital Information Link-A (TADIL-A).

Link 11 is an older tactical data link and does not offer today’s needed capabilities and performance desired operational community. Link 16 is another old technology, a complex and robust tactical data link. Even Link 16 attempts to meet current operational requirements but it does not offer recently derived capabilities and operational concepts (ConOps) and it needs extensive planning and much more difficult to manage.

Link 22 offers the latest technology attempts to use COTS products. Link 22:

● Provides a simple-to-use functions that require minimal operator interaction
● As an excellent stand-alone tactical data link can interwork with Link 16
● Link 22 enhances tactical data link capabilities

Duration:2 days

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Customize It!

● We can adapt this Link 22 Training course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
● If you are familiar with some aspects of this Link 22 Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Link 22 Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Link 22 Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience / Target Group

The target audience for this Link 22 Training course is defined here:

● Managers, and procurers to get Executive-level information
● Planners, operators, and technicians to gain user-level and operational information (ConOps)
● Any other technical professionals to get technical-level information

Link 22 Training - Course Content:

Introduction to Link 22

What is Link 22?
NILE (NATO Improved Link Eleven)
Link 22 Features and Functions
Link 22 Benefits
Link 22 as a hybrid between MIDS Link 16 and Link11
Link 11, Link 16 and Link 22 Similarities and Differences
Link 22 Tactical Messages
Link 22 Networks
Link 22 Components
Network Cycle Structure (NCS)
Data Link Processor (DLP)
System Network Controller (SNC)
Signal Processing Controller (SPC)
Link 22 Acquisition
Link 22 Operation
Automated Network Management Functions

NILE Communications Equipment (NCE) components

System Network Controller (SNC)
Link-Level COMSEC (LLC)
Signal Processing Controllers (SPCs)
Transmission Request Handler
Distributed Protocols
No Single Point of Failure
Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)
Link 11 HF/UHF
Link 16 JTIDS
Link 22 HF (fixed frequency)
Link 22 UHF (fixed frequency)

Link 22 BLOS and Automatic Relay Capabilities

Operator Interface System (TDS/DLP)
SNC Processor Hardware
Link-Level COMSEC (LLC)
Signal Processing Controller (SPC)
Radio System
Time Of Day (TOD)
Source Hardware
Connecting Cables and Equipment

Link 22 Technology Overview

Link 22 Architecture
Extended Protocols
Internal Protocols
DLP / SNC Interface
Link 22 Media Subsystem
Link 22 Modes of Operation and Duties
Link 22 Modes of Operation
Link 22 Network Initialization
Link 22 Sub-System Functional Overview
Link 22 Integration

Link 22 Key Features

Link 22 System Architecture
Tactical data transmitted on Link 22
Tactical Message Transmission Quality of Service (QoS)
Parameters Media
Network Cycle Structure Initialization
Network Management
Joining a Network
Congestion Management
Secure Communications
Beyond Line-Of-Sight Communication (BLSE) Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)
Dynamic TDMA (DTDMA)
Fixed Frequency or Frequency hopping techniques
HF (2-30 MHz)
UHF (225-400 MHz) bands
Fixed Format Messages
Link 22 Tactical Messages
Link 22 Super Network

Link 22 Operation

Tactical Data Links Providers
Link 22 Operations
Tactical Messages
Link 22 Unit Data
Tactical Message Words (TMW)
Link 22 Super Network
Super Network Management Unit (SNMU)
Network Management Units (NMUs)
Link 22 Interoperability in a Multilink Environment
Operational Tasking (OPTASK)
Network Cryptographic Resource Description (OLM Set)
Network Cycle Structure
Starting a new Network
Shutdown of a Unit
Shutdown of a Network
Shutdown of the entire Super Network
Optimization of Network Performance
Controlling Management Roles
Joining a Network
Managing Radio Silence Status
Managing Crypto Key Status

Network Management and Control

Network Management Function
Network and Monitoring Management
Network Management Unit
Link 22 Network Cycle Structure
Link 22 Network Information
Link 22 Network Participants
Link 22 Network Media Parameters Settings
Non Command and Control
Network Participation Group (NPG)
Link 22 Super Network Information
Link 22 Unit Bandwidth Requirement

Link 22 QoS Features

Link 22 Unit Link Reception Quality
Message Contents
Data Originator
Indicator Flags Addressing

Link 22 Security

Transmission Security
COMmunications SECurity (COMSEC) system
Integral encryption/decryption device inside the Link 22 system
Cryptographic device (crypto)
De data link level
Link Level COMSEC (LLC)
Optional use of frequency hopping radios

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