Link 16 / JTIDS / MIDS
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The Link 16 Advanced course teaches 26 instructional modules that are necessary to develop a thorough understanding of Link 16. The course provides greater detail for many of the topics covered in our two day Link 16 Intermediate Course. All students receive one-year of instructor support which entitles them to contact their instructor with course related questions for one-year.
Applicability: This course is suitable for personnel with little or no experience and is designed to take the student to a very high level of comprehension in a short period of time.
- Introduction to Link 16
- Link 16 Documentation
- System Characteristics
- Time Division Multiple Access
- Link 16 Network Participation Groups
- J-Series Messages
- Link 16 Message Standard Interpretation
- Link 16 Message Prioritization
- Link 16 Implementation Requirements
- Link 16 Terminal Waveform Generation
- Time Slot Components
- Link 16 Message Packing and Pulses
- Link 16 Networks / Nets
- Link 16 Network Access Modes
- Link 16 Terminal Synchronization
- Link 16 Network Time
- Link 16 Network Roles
- Link 16 Terminal Navigation
- Link 16 Network Relays
- Link 16 Network Communications Security
- Link 16 Pulse Deconfliction
- Link 16 Terminal RF Modes
- Time Slot Duty Factor
- Link 16 Terminals
- Terminal Configurations / Maintenance
- Link 16 Platforms / Maintenance
- Link 16 Platforms
Patrick Pierson has more than 23 years of operational experience, and is internationally recognized as a Tactical Data Link subject matter expert. Patrick has designed more than 30 Tactical Data Link training courses and personally trains hundreds of students around the globe every year.
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