ADTS Advanced Data Transfer System

1000 Mbps transfer speeds, 100 MB/s read/write, FIPS 140-2 encryption, and 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports

Protect and exchange aircraft data at 1,000 Mbps with a proven data transfer system

Aircraft-proven, secure and modular, Mercury’s ADTS features 1,000 Mbps data transfer speeds, 100 MB/s+ SATA read/write speeds, crash-survivable memory, FIPS 140-2 compliance and advanced encryption to speed information exchange and protect critical data.

Simplify data exchange from the air to the ground

The SWaP-optimized ADTS has a ground data transfer unit, an airborne data transfer unit and interchangeable modules that simplify data exchange. The multi-functional system is capable of handling large, encrypted and non-encrypted data loads.  

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Lower Costs with a Common Modular Design

The data transfer unit in the ADTS serves as a common high-capacity data, video, and audio upload, download and transfer solution for multiple rotary and fixed wing platforms.

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Features
  • 1,000 Mbps transfer and 100 MB/s+ read speeds
  • 10,000-hour life span
  • Flexible modular design
  • Crash-survivable memory and full-disk encryption
  • Up to 3 TB storage with interchangeable memory modules
  • Low power, compact and lightweight
  • Four gigabit Ethernet ports at 1000 Mbps per channel
  • Red/black separation
  • FIPS 140-2 encryption and other advanced encryption options
  • Multi-level security architecture support
Specifications
  • Meets information assurance requirements (S&U)
  • Up to 3 TB (3 x 1 TB) memory;  SSDs: available from 128 GB,  256 GB or 1 TB
  • Optional crash-survivable memory module: Up to 30 GB of storage encryption: FIPS 140-2 level encryption options
  • 1 SATA port – optional for crash-survivable flight data recorder
  • Up to 250 ms of response time
  • Four 1,000 BASE-TX Gigabit  Ethernet connections
  • External command over external communications circuit
  • Manual zeroize capabilities:  via front-panel switch

Performance Benchmarks (NFSV3) at 1000 Mbps Ethernet:

  • Bonnie++ writing 35 MB/s
  • Bonnie++ reading 100 MB/s
  • Directory w/ 1,000 files (1024k each) 15 sec
  • 4 GB Load 1:35 min

Video

  • RS-170/NTSC
  • RS-343
  • DVI-D
  • SMPTE 292M/424M
  • Supports up to 1080p resolution
  • IRIG106 CH10 compliant
  • Event marking

Audio

  • Analog audio recording input/output
  • Digital VOIP recording up to 32+ channels
  • IRIG106 CH10 compliant
  • Event marking

Video/Audio Playback

  • Simultaneous recording and playback
  • Jump to time/event marker
  • Fast forward/reverse up to x16

SWaP

  • Size: 3.37" × 5.74" × 7.92"
  • Weight: <8.51 lb (with modules populated)
  • Power: Nominal 37 W; Max 52 W
  • Rugged extended temperatures: -40 °C to +55 °C continuous; up to +71 °C for 30 minutes

Quickly Store and Exchange Data

Built with modular and open architectures with certifiable options, our avionics data solutions seamlessly integrate into aircraft computing ecosystems to reduce program risk, cost and time.

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