Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has demonstrated the capabilities of its Broadband MANET IP Software Defined Radio (BNET) communication system to Romanian special forces. The demonstration, supported by local company STARC4SYS, included combat simulations in various environments to showcase real-time battle management and information gathering in complex scenarios.
- Rafael Advanced Defense Systems is promoting its BNET communication system, which is already in service with the Indian forces and has been showcased to German troops.
- The BNET system comes in three variants – BNET-AR (airborne), BNET-V (vehicle), and BNET Nano, each catering to different operational needs.
- The demonstration likely featured the BNET Nano, the newest and lightest variant, weighing just 0.06 kg, which provides capabilities similar to larger BNET radios in a smaller form factor.
- The demonstration included combat simulations in diverse environments such as urban settings, above and below ground, and open terrain, showcasing real-time battle management and information gathering.
- The BNET system is designed to navigate GPS-denied environments and other complex battle scenarios, making it a versatile tool for modern warfare.