TRANSEC and FIPS represent important features for secure networks. Our TRANSEC solution has three main objectives: mask channel activity, control channel information, and ensure hub and remote authentication and validation.
ST Engineering iDirect’s TRANSEC solution was awarded the 2019 Top Cybersecurity Solution by the Mobile Satellite Users Association (MSUA).
FIPS 140-2 provides stringent third-party assurance of security claims on any product containing cryptography that may be used by a defense organization. Our defense-grade products are FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified.
Advanced mobility features
Automatic beam switching
Enables remotes to travel across satellite footprints and maintain seamless connectivity without the need for manual intervention.
Allows the choice of antenna to be agnostic due to the protocol that facilitates the exchange of information between the antenna controller unit and a satellite router.
Helps mitigate satellite interference common with ultra-small antennas or phased-array antennas, while maintaining a reliable and efficient link.
Enables every remote to have a fixed global IP address and acquisition key for TRANSEC enabled networks. A remote can have multiple instances in different hubs, allowing for configuration differences across beams, including varying out-route and in-route sizes, as well as different Quality of Service (QoS) profiles.
Our man-portable terminals with reduced SWaP are making it easier for teams on the move to transport and quickly deploy a communications center to stay connected. The ability to provide high broadband speeds and auto-acquire VSAT signals make man-portable terminals a powerful solution.
Our defense-grade hardware meets the MIL-STD 810G standard for physical durability.
Organizations in Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) countries need the flexibility to operate on WGS frequency ranges for secure network deployments.
Next generation waveforms
ST Engineering iDirect is prioritizing waveform development, innovation and efficiency. We are leading a consortium of European companies to design and develop the European Protected Waveform (EPW) under the 2019 European Defense Industrial Development Program (EDIDP).