Command & Surveillance Data Link

The CSDL data link family (Command & Surveillance Data Link) is one of IMC’s innovative communication systems. The system is designed for military, civilian and paramilitary applications for an operational range of up to 250 km. Its modular and scalable design enables simple adaptation to a wide range of platforms such as unmanned vehicles, manned vehicle, ground vehicles and sea vessels, while providing the most competitive and cost-effective features. The CSDL system can be customized based on customer operational requirements and needs.  The CSDL has its own GPS independent direction and range measurements, which are critical in harsh condition scenarios of GPS jamming or link loss.

Specification Range 
Frequency 50Mhz – 40Ghz
Type Cavity / L & C
Input technology Coax / Waveguide
Specification Range 
Frequency 50Mhz – 40Ghz
Type Cavity / L & C
Input technology Coax / Waveguide
  • Ability to extended range beyond LOS using relay.
  • Supports multiplexing of two videos input and two or more data inputs.
  • Fully configurable with a user-friendly application. (bitrate, frequency, output power, etc’)
  • Supports remote configuration from ground to air.
  • Automatic tracking using Monopulse or GPS
  • Lightweight Tripod and highly Compact Rotating Pedestal
  • The RF modem is attached to the Directional antenna in the GDT, improving reliability and RF power loss.
  • Miniature Video Portable Receiver for short range video receiving
  • Airborne data Terminal (ADT)
  • Ground data Terminal (GDT)
  • Miniature Video Portable Receiver (MVRS)
  • Ethernet for IP based input on ADT/GDT
  • Video in: PAL,NTCS, HD-SDI, HDMI
  • RS-422 or RS232 for data input or output