Archive for the ‘Military’ Category



Draft & Release for Military Messaging: An Open, Online Approach

Monday, June 8th, 2015

In military communications, messages are frequently sent to organizations (e.g., a Command) rather than to an individual or to a role. The receiving organization will process the message using a Profiler, which looks at meta-information (such as a Subject Indicator Code “SIC”) in the message in order to dispatch it to the appropriate recipient. This [...]

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New Whitepaper: Isode’s Solution for BRASS

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

HF Radio is an important naval communication channel for ‘beyond line of sight’ (BLOS) communication, BRASS (Broadcast and Ship to Shore) is an approach used by Navies, particularly those of NATO countries, to communicate between ships and shore using HF. In a new whitepaper (Isode’s Solution for BRASS) we give an overview of BRASS and [...]

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ACP127 Gateway: Preview Release

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

Following on from our publication of a whitepaper outlining our ACP127 plans, Isode customers can now access a preview (alpha) release of our ACP127 Gateway for evaluation. This preview release, available on Linux 64 and Windows 64 platforms, includes SMTP mappings only (not X.400) for ACP127 and DOI-103S. More information and documentation is available from the [...]

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M-Switch ACP127 Gateway to STANAG 4406 and MMHS over SMTP

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

ACP127 is an older military messaging protocol, which remains in widespread use along with a number of similar protocols such as DOI 103 and ACP 128. Isode’s M-Switch already provides full server side support for STANAG 4406, ACP 145 and MMHS over SMTP. We’ve now added support for ACP127 and selected related protocols to the [...]

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Isode at the HFIA #2: MoRaSky

Monday, October 6th, 2014

The High Frequency Industry Association (HFIA) provides an “industry driven forum for the interactive exchange of technical and information in the area of High Frequency Communications.” Phyiscal meetings of the group usually take place twice a year and in September 2014 Portsmouth was the location for the latest of these meetings. This is the second [...]

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