Introduction to Link 22 Training

Introduction to Link 22 Training

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Course Overview:

Introduction to Link 22 Training Course Description

The areas covered by the Introduction to Link 22 Training course include system architecture, network structures and an in depth look at the message catalogue and the capabilities provided by those messages. Detailed message transactions can be demonstrated using the Diginext TACTX simulator.

This emerging Tactical Data Link (TDL) is seen as the replacement for Link 11 throughout NATO. The first implementation commenced in 2007. The Introduction to Link 22 Training Foundation course, which is based on STANAG 5522 and ADatP-33, gives the student a sound theoretical knowledge of all aspects of Link 22 Operations.

Introduction to Link 22 Training – Customize It:

• If you are familiar with some aspects of this Introduction to Link 22 Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Introduction to Link 22 Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Introduction to Link 22 Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Introduction to Link 22 Training – Related Courses:

Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) / Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) Training
JREAP Training | Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol

Introduction to Link 22 Training – Course Content:

Lesson 1 – Introduction

•The Requirement for Link 22
•Link 22 Specifications
•Frequency Bands
•Frequency Hopping

Lesson 2 – TDMA

•Net Cycle Structure
•Net Cycle Time
•Time Division Multiple Access
•Dynamic TDMA
•Mini Slots
•Interrupt Slot
•Time of Day

Lesson 3 – Link 22 Networks

•Super Networks
•Network Nodes
•Sub Network/Partial and Total Overlap
•Mission Area Sub Networks (MASN)
•Network Exchange
•Addressing Techniques

Lesson 4 – Operational Modes

•Levels of Operation
•Modes of Operation
•Network Duties
•Network Initiation
•Late Network Entry

Lesson 5 – Link 22 Messages

•J Series Family
•Message Format
•F Series
•FJ Series
•Transmission Opportunities
•Reception Reliability
•Priority Interrupt

Lesson 6 – Track Exchange

•Track Numbering
•Message Prioritisation
•Track Update Rates
•Track Quality
•Reporting Responsibility

Lesson 7 – Functional Areas

•Participant Location and Identification (PLI)
•Information Management
•Electronic Warfare
•Threat Warning
•Platform and System Status
•Weapons Coordination and Management

Lesson 8 – Weapons Coordination and Status Reporting

•Weapons Coordination Messages
•Status Reporting Messages
•Engagement Status Reports
•Controlling Unit Reports
•Pairing Reports

Lesson 9 – Hardware

•Data Link Processor
•Sub Network Controller
•Human Machine Interface
•Network Security Segment

Lesson 10 – Data Forwarding and Interoperability

•Forwarding Rules
•Link 22 to Link 16
•Link 22 to Link 11
•Minimum Implementation

Lesson 11 – Network Management

•Management functions associated with:
•Individual NUs
•Directory Maintenance
•Flow Control
•Congestion Assessment

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