tactical digital information link


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Related to tactical digital information link: LINK 14, TADIL-B

tactical digital information link

A Joint Staff-approved, standardized communication link suitable for transmission of digital information. Tactical digital information links interface two or more command and control or weapons systems via a single or multiple network architecture and multiple communication media for exchange of tactical information. Also called TADIL.
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(8.) Field Manual (FM) 6-24.8, Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 3-25C, Naval Warfare Publication (NWP) 6-02.5, AFTTP (I) 3-2.27, Introduction to Tactical Digital Information Link J and Quick Reference Guide, 2000, I-1.
BattleLink uses a three-dimensional software display system known as Edge from Autometrics Corporation (US), and enables it with ATI-developed software algorithms to link with an advanced military communications data systems known as Tactical Digital Information Links. The BattleLink system allows operators to see enemy aircraft in three dimensions with altitude and size of return constantly updated.

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