Promulgated by the NATO Standardization Organization (NSO) in May 2015, STANAG 7221 enables the rapid and incremental integration of robust and deterministic data-centric capabilities demanded by today's military operators while delivering those capabilities at a fraction of the cost compared with conventional approaches.
STANAG 7221 defines the Broadband, Real-Time Data Bus (BRTDB) Standard transmitted wave-form along with a series of appendices that define various physical media interfaces. Edgewater's 7221 family of network interface devices support Appendix 1, which defines interoperability on a STANAG 3838/Mil-Std 1553B data bus to deliver 100 times more data capacity while operating concurrently with the existing 3838/1553B signalling.
At the forefront of STANAG 7221, Edgewater Computer Systems, Inc. has successfully demonstrated the utility of STANAG 7221 through the integration of many advanced C4ISR capabilities on a wide variety of fixed and rotary wing platforms.
Edgewater Computer Systems has developed, tested and commercialized advanced products and tools to facilitate the rapid and affordable integration of STANAG 7221-compliant interfaces into today's avionics and electronic systems.
STANAG 7221-compliant interface circuit cards are production ready to rapidly deliver robust and deterministic data-centric capabilities to the war fighter.
Whether it's Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS), advanced data communications, Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR) video, Military-Code (M-Code) GPS data to Air-to-ground munitions, or just data-capacity relief to the over-subscribed 3838/1553B data bus, Edgewater's 7221 family of STANAG 7221-compliant products are validated, certified and ready to deliver.