Rafael unveils software-defined, palm-size radio

The new product shares the same technological advancements of its BNET family that include scalability, multi-channel reception, and spectrum superiority

Rafael unveils software-defined, palm-size radio

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Israel’s Rafael Advanced Defense Systems unveils BNET NANO, a software-defined, palm-size radio, and the newest member of the BENT SDR Family

According the company, BNET NANO brings groundbreaking capabilities to the battlefield, based on Rafael's game-changing Multi-Channel Reception (MCR) technology, unprecedented network capacity in terms of data rates and number of users, minimal delay, and support for "flat" networks with hundreds of members.

The radio works in GPS-denied areas, a growingly typical scenario in today's battlefield. BNET is able to sense and avoid spectrum interference and operates as an LPI/LPD device in dense environments.

BNET is a lightweight radio unit enabling point-to-point and point-to-multipoint topology and an ad hoc mesh network, supporting complete brigade area-of operation connectivity with a unique SDR full IP design.

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