Manportable Radio System Combines Night Sight And Sound [signal]

Electronic Weapons: Brace Yourself For The Headless Sharpshooter

One advantage to this configuration is that the radio can operate in difficult environments such as building interiors, Garris observes. A warfighter can enter a contested building and transmit realtime imagery in a darkened room to a headquarters unit. He notes that Jagwire originally was designed as an aerial and UAV video capture system, so it already is tied into that type of network by design. An ISS applies it in a ground platform-the warfighter-so that a headquarters has access to the warfighter as a sensor in the field.
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U.S. Army troops began receiving the helmet mounted ENVGs back in 2009 and in 2011 another major improvement; SENVG (Spiral Enhanced Night Vision Goggles) showed up. The main improvement with SENVG is a much sharper, true-color image. Troops who tested them did not want to give them up. SENVG is more expensive and the initial order was for fewer than a thousand. That has since more than tripled, but SENVGs are allocated to units the need them most. Field testing of the original ENVG (the AN/PAS13) took place in 2005.
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