Israel Introduces Ground-Breaking Encrypted Communication Device

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    Israel Introduces Ground-Breaking Encrypted Communication Device

    In the coming months the IDF will incorporate a new communication device into operational use. Elbit and the IDF jointly developed the new device called "Elad Yarok" (Green Elad), capable of communicating across radio frequencies as well as encrypted frequencies. The device will be integrated in all IDF units, including the Armored Corps, and is expected to enter service this coming April.
    While being able communicate with all existing transceivers, "Elad Yarok" will also allow the transfer of encrypted data over more advanced RPT channels. It is also equipped with a durable touch screen, that coupled with the advanced capabilities, will deliver various data including video and photos, to commanders in the field in real-time.
    "This is, in fact, the first time that anyone has been able to connect traditional radio transceivers to more advanced communication devices capable of delivering media. We are the first to successfully develop such military capabilities," said deputy commander at an IDF training base, Lt. Col. Yigal Padel. "The technology is progressing and the need for alternative avenues of transferring information is growing. We are living in a fast-paced world that moves on a broad spectrum of technology, and everything pertaining to moving information is essential to digitally integrated forces. "
    In the meantime, "Elad Yarok" will streamline the deployment of ground forces because most of its features are automatic, requiring no extra effort to navigate frequencies. "War has become a war of information. If the information arrives faster, the battle moves faster. What used to take two seconds will now take one. In the field, this is critical," explained Lt. Col. Padel.
     
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