Multichannel, Multiband Airborne Radio (MMAR)
The MMAR repackages two AN/PRC-148 JTRS Enhanced Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radios (JEMs) into an airborne-qualified Air Transport Rack (ATR)-style enclosure specifically targeted at airborne VHF/UHF communications/relay payload applications. It supports dual independent radios or retransmission with cross-banding configuration. With integrated co-site filtering, the MMAR is uniquely suited to reduce interference from other emitters on the platform. With its integrated VoIP capability, it is able to easily integrate into airborne networks, allowing for remote command and control via the MMAR's hosted web paged Graphic User Interface (GUI). The rugged design of the MMAR meets the environmental extremes of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) platforms. It retains a small size, weight, and low power, providing excellent support to a range of operations that include Aerostat, High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE), Extended Range/Multi-Purpose (ER/MP), and other tactical unmanned airborne missions.
The MMAR is currently fielded on more than a dozen platforms and payloads that include aerostats, high altitude airships, and fixed wing tactical UAVs.
NSA Type 1 certified (KOV-1482)
MMAR Data Sheet - PDF Document [1.06 MB]