Provides a Multi-radio Data Connectivity to Android Devices in Multi-voltage, Reduced Form Factor, Ruggedized Package
GvTether performs transcoding of multicast and unicast videos to MPEG2 and supports streaming of MPEG2 video with Key Length Value (KLV) data to Android-powered devices. The result of pairing GvTether with PAR's Android application is a flexible, low-cost mobile situational awareness solution for ground troops.
GvTether is designed and manufactured to be a hardened solution that withstands the security implications and unpredictable data loss prevalent in other 3G and 4G wireless tethering solutions.
Does not require modifications to most Android devices; does not require rooting.
Rooting a phone allows for additional capability.
Charges Android device during use.
Can be expanded to support additional external USB devices such as memory sticks, video encoders, laser range finders, and other commonly used accessories.
Minimize or eliminate significant configuration requirements for end users.
Provides ATAK access to radios within a single software baseline.
Provides a user-friendly tool for high-level configuration with military radios.
Provides a device comprised of a full computing device with additional processing power.
Integrated to be radIo and Android device agnostic. Currently tested with:
Harris 152 – SA Tracks Only
Harris 152A – IP capable
Harris 117G – IP capable
Persistent Systems MPU4
L3 TACROVER (SIR)
Others upon request
Dell Streak 5”
HTC Thunderbolt ADR6400L
Galaxy SII GT-I9100, GT-I9100G
Galaxy SIII GT-I9300
Galaxy Note GT-N7000, SGH-I717
Galaxy Note II GT-N7100, GT-N7105
Galaxy Note III N9005
Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus GT-P6201, GT-P6210
New Horizon Capabilities:
USB devices (e.g, laser range finder)
64gb solid state expansion for a local web map service