A 7-port network expands capabilities for a mobile network infrastructure that supports up to 200 clients.








Delivering a next-generation wireless mobile network with scalability for small to large-scale training operations.

The Modular Mobile Command and Control (MMCC) serves as a secure and wireless mobile network infrastructure for mobile training exercise control. The MMCC provides a high-rate data throughput capability and streamlines AARs.


Two MMCC units and three ruggedized laptops are included with the system. One MMCC is established as the Host, the other is configured as the Client. Laptops are connected to the router using either a standard Ethernet cable or WI-FI. MMCC hardware combines a Rack-mounted Relay Unit (RRU) and a high-speed CISCO router into a low profile, ruggedized case (14"h x 23.5"w x 30.5"l) weighing less than 70 lbs.


The MMCC is connected to GPS and telemetry antennas that interface with the RRU. The GPS receiver provides time synching of local and network time. The RRU receives player message data from the instrumented players through the telemetry antenna. Message data is made available through the router. The router provides wireless networking and security with 256-bit data encryption. The RRU has an internal transceiver operating at 902-928 MHz for CONUS and 225-400 MHz for OCONUS operations. The RRU incorporates a 2-line, 16-character display for troubleshooting.


The Target Instrumentation Repeater Set (TIRS) is deployed in the training area as a ground telemetry repeater to expand the training area, or as an instrumented target using the IPU with a visual System Kill Indicator (SKI) for signaling when the target is hit.


An advanced software suite, SMODIM Tracking Analysis and Recording (SMOTAR) is used at fixed ranges for monitoring and control of the training exercise and After Action Review.