Tactical Data Links


Tactical Data Links

Tactical Digital Information Links (TADILs) are standardized radio communication data links used by the U.S. armed forces. All Army INFOSYS use TADILs to transmit and receive data. TADILs are characterized by their standard message and transmission formats.

Several TADILS are used:
* TADIL-A/Link 11
* TADIL-B/Link 11B
* TADIL-C/Link 4
* Army tactical data link 1 (ATDL-1)
* Interim JTIDS message specification (IJMS)
* TADIL-J/Link 16
* Link 22
* Patriot digital information link (PADIL)
* Forward area air defense data link
* NATO Link 1

Note: The term TADIL is now obsolete (per DISA guidance) and is now more commonly seen as TDL (Tactical Data Link).

External links

* Federation of American Scientists [http://www.fas.org/irp/program/disseminate/tadil.htm TADIL information page]
* This article was originally based on public domain text from [http://permanent.access.gpo.gov/lps24911/FM%203-52%2020020801.pdf Army Airspace Command and Control in a Combat Zone] , Headquarters, Department of the Navy, publication FM 3-52 (FM 100-103), August 2002

References

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tactical_Digital_Information_Link


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