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Link-11 is the U.S. Navy shipboard version of NATO’s Tactical Data Information Link “A” (TADIL A). The Link-11 system is used to provide high-speed, computer-to-computer exchange of digital tactical information among ships, aircraft, and shore installations.

Link-11 data communications can operate with either high-frequency (HF) or ultra-high-frequency (UHF) radios. In the HF band, Link-11 provides gapless omnidirectional coverage of up to 300 nautical miles from the transmitting site. In the UHF band, the Link-11 system is capable of line-of-sight omnidirectional coverage, approximately 25 nautical miles between ships and 150 nautical miles for ship-to-air links.

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