Link 16 with Network Enabled Weapons Training

Link 16 with Network Enabled Weapons Training

Introduction:

Link 16 with Network Enabled Weapons Training Course Description

The Link 16 with Network Enabled Weapons course covers the most important topics effecting Link 16 with the addition of a full day of Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons training. Network Enabled Weapons integrate enhanced Precision Guided Munitions (PGM) into existing Link 16 networks. Positive weapons control (pre / post launch) enhances accuracy, supports target adjustments, retargeting, BDA, and weapon abort. Further, the weapon updates its location and status throughout its mission, increasing situation awareness.

Link 16 with Network Enabled Weapons TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration:3 days

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Course Content:

Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons (NEW) integrate enhanced Precision Guided Munitions into existing Link 1 networks. Positive weapons control pre/post launch) enhances accuracy, supports target adjustments, re targeting,BDA, and weapon abort. Further, the weapon updates its location and status throughout its mission,increasing situation awareness. The Link 16 andNetwork Enabled Weapons course contains 21 instructional modules that provide an excellent foundation to Link 16 technology and operations. This is followed by an in-depth description of the operational capabilities, design, message structure, and implementation requirements associated with Link 16 Network Enabled Weapons.

Introduction to Link 16
Link 16 Enhancements
System Characteristics
Time Division Multiple Access
Network Participation Groups
J-Series Messages
Link 16 Terminal Waveform Generation
Time Slot Components
Link 16 Message Packing and Pulses
Link 16 Networks / Nets
Link 16 Network Access Modes
Link 16 Terminal Synchronization
Link 16 Network Time
Link 16 Network Roles
Link 16 Terminal Navigation
Link 16 Network Relays
Link 16 Network Communications Security
Link 16 Pulse Deconfliction
Link 16 Terminal Restrictions
Time Slot Duty Factor
Link 16 Terminals
Introduction to Link 16 Network Enable Weapons
Purpose of Network Enabled Weapons
Network Enabled Weapon Architecture
Network Enabled Weapon Controller
Network Enabled Weapons
Third Party Sources
In-Flight Target Updates
Network Enabled Weapon Messages (J11.X)
Network Enabled Weapon Message Descriptions
Network Enabled Weapon Implementation Requirements
Message Transmit and Receive Requirements
Network Enabled Weapon Target Update Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Re-targeting Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Controller Handoff Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Contact Report Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Abort Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Self-Abort Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Resume Mission Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Loiter Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Coordination Request Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon Bomb-Hit Indication Vignette
Network Enabled Weapon EMCON Vignette

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