tactical local area network system

TAYAS
TACTICAL LOCAL AREA
NETWORK SYSTEM
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HBT-TAYAS/E001/11-2017
TACTICAL LOCAL AREA
NETWORK SYSTEM
TAYAS (abbreviation for Tactical Local Area Network System
in Turkish) is developed as a solution to local area network
communication needs in tactical area. The system consists
of software and hardware installed in local area, operates
in cabled and wireless mode, and provides a connection
for Tactical Command Control and Information Systems to
strategic communication systems such as TAFICS (Turkish
Armed Forces Integrated Communication System), Tactical
Communication Systems such as TASMUS, and satellite
systems such as TURKSAT.
TAYAS is a tactical local area network (LAN) system,
operating in cabled or wireless mode or in a combined
mode where the two are backing up each other. It is used
on the battlefield by military units of the size from an army
corps down to a brigade. For each military unit, one TAYAS
Server Set (TSS) installed to a vehicle mounted server shelter
and a number of TAYAS Network Access Sets (TNAS) to be
used at commanding positions are provided. TNAS connect
(in a wired or wireless fashion) to the TSS to communicate
between them and with the outside world. Commanding
positions are dedicated vehicles or tents; accordingly TNAS
are supplied in portable racks for easy transportation.
Number of TNAS in TAYAS depends on the size (number of
commanding positions) of the corresponding military unit.
Typically 7 TNAS are provided for an army corps and 5 for
a brigade. Mobile Users with portable computers can also
connect to the system. Secure wireless communication is
provided by use of a National Secret encryption algorithm.
For this purpose, an Encrypted Wi-Fi Access Device
(KKAC), an Encrypted Wi-Fi Terminal Device (TKABC), and
a dedicated Wireless Network Management Software are
designed and developed by ASELSAN, using in house and
indigenous resources. The wireless network devices are
certified National Secret by the relevant Turkish Certification
Authority.
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TAYAS System Components
TAYAS consists of one TAYAS Server Set (TSS), a number of TAYAS
Network Access Sets (TNAS), Encrypted Wi-Fi Access Devices
(KKACs), Encrypted Wi-Fi Terminal Devices (TKABCs), Cabled /
Wireless Network Management Software, Portable Monitor Sets,
portable computers for Mobile Users, Antenna Masts and various
Connection Cables. Racks, boxes, and various mechanical parts are
also supplied with the system for vehicle installation, mounting, and
securing of the material.
The vehicle mounted server shelter contains a TSS, a Portable Monitor
Set, an Antenna Mast, and Cabled / Wireless Network Management
Software. Commanding positions are provided with TNAS and an
Antenna Mast. Mobile Users connect TKABCs to the USB Port of their
portable computers for mobile access to the network.
TAYAS Server Set (TSS)
TSS is the center of the TAYAS system. Each military unit has a
vehicle mounted server shelter containing a TSS. Users in the military
unit (users in the LAN), can use the TSS for data communication,
file transfer, or access to a wide area network (WAN). A typical TSS
consists of Servers, Firewalls/Intrusion Prevention Devices, Routers,
ETHERNET Switches, and KKAC.
TAYAS Network Access Set (TNAS)
This component is used to connect the commanding positions
with their cabled and wireless users to the TSS hence to TAYAS.
Connection to the TSS can be cabled or wireless. TNAS are supplied
in portable racks for easy transportation, so they can be moved from
one commander’s vehicle to another or installed in a tent. A typical
TNAS contains an ETHERNET Switch, KKAC, and UPS.
KKAC and TKABC
Encrypted Wi-Fi Access Device (KKAC) and Encrypted Wi-Fi Terminal
Device (TKABC), together with a dedicated Wireless Network
Management Softare, form the wireless network infrastructure of
TAYAS.
ASELSAN A.Ş. is a Turkish Armed Forces Foundation company.
Specifications are subject to change without any notice. | All tolerances are within ±10%.
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