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Concord Intelligence Broadcast Receiver-2 (IBR-2)

DRS’s Concord Intelligence Broadcast Receiver-2 (IBR-2) is a state-of-the-art tactical receiver that allows for the reception of near real-time threat, survivor and Blue Force Tracker data and presentation of critical situational awareness information to the user.

The Concord IBR-2, supports the National Security Agency (NSA) Cryptographic Modernization Program for algorithm changes. The Block 2 ENTR card embeds a Harris Sierra II Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) and associated circuitry as its primary cryptographic device. It is upgradeable to handle future algorithm upgrades and the transition to Common Integrated Broadcast (CIB).

The Concord IBR-2 provides the capability to support simultaneous user operations. It allows for direct access to a Tactical Receive Segment (TRS) via a TCP/IP connection. The Concord IBR-2 can support up to a total of 24 users. These users can be Multifunction Advanced Tactical Terminal (MATT) style or TRS users in any combination.

In addition, the IBR-2 system is provided to the U.S. Air Force. The U.S. Air Force's Global Cyberspace Integration Center has designated DRS’s Concord IBR as AF/TRS-R (Ruggedized). DRS was awarded its first Concord IBR production contract by the U.S. Army, designated as R-2650A(C)/U, in September 2003.


Concord Intelligence Broadcast Receiver-2 (IBR-2)
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