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Link 16 Software Tools

Link 16 Terminals And Networks – Ready When You Are

Situations shift and change quickly on the battlespace. It’s important to know your technology is enabled and ready for action at a moment’s notice. That’s why L3Harris offers a full range of software tools to help you monitor, analyze, test, troubleshoot and manage your Link 16 terminals and networks. Learn more about the wide range of software tools available:

Title Description
ARMS Software
(Amalgamated Remote Management System)
Software for planning, managing and troubleshooting Tactical Data Link networks
LEGS Software
(Link 16 Environment Gateway Stimulator)
Software for terminal control, monitoring and status
LiFT
(Link 16 Flight-line Tool)
Software for "Go/No-Go" testing and troubleshooting
Link 16 Navigation Test Set
(LEGS Upgrade)
High-fidelity "rest of the world" environment for stimulating MIDS RELNAV function and validating host-aided navigation
TOES Software
(Terminal Operational Environment Simulator)
Software to create a robust test environment, validate network designs and perform data exchange
FACE Software
(Functional Abstracted Control Environment)
Software to translate situational awareness information to Link 16 equipped terminals to non-compatible systems.

Which terminal/radio is right for your mission?

  • Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System - Dismounted (BATS-D) Handheld Radio
    Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System - Dismounted (BATS-D)
  • Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System-Embedded (BATS-E)
    Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System - Embedded (BATS-E)
  • Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System (BATS) Vehicular Amplifier (BVA)
    Battlefield Awareness and Targeting System (BATS) Vehicular Amplifier (BVA)
  • Small Tactical Terminal (STT) KOR-24A
    Small Tactical Terminal (STT) KOR-24A
  • MIDS-LVT Terminals
    MIDS-LVT Terminals
  • MIDS JTRS Software-Programmable Radio
    MIDS JTRS Software-Programmable Radio

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