Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) Training is a 4-day course covering details of JREAP-A or Announced Token Passing protocol for half-duplex communications, JREAP-B or synchronous or asynchronous point-to-point mode of the JREAP, and JREAP-C using the Internet Protocol (IP) in conjunction with UDP or TCP. Participants of the JREAP Training boot camp will also learn about the foundation of the Joint Range Extension (JRE) concept and how Internet Protocol (IP) technologies are utilized for the transfer and transport of tactical data using the integration of Data Links networks and tactical IP networking. JREAP training boot camp provides knowledge of system capabilities and limitations, system foundation, engineering, operation, performance, qualification, and optimization of JREAP systems.
For over 28 years ENO Security has supported land, air, and maritime military operations, defense organizations, and government agencies around the world to deliver situational awareness consulting and training and enhanced operating effectiveness of mission-critical SATCOM, UHF, VHF, TDL, Link 11/16/22, VMF, SADIL, and JREAP systems. Our team of skilled instructors, consultants, and JREAP experts assist participants with all aspects of the JREAP lifecycle processes. In accordance with DoD Instruction 4630.8, it is DoD policy that all Joint and combined operations be supported by compatible, interoperable, and integrated Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) systems.
Duration: 2 days
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- We can adapt this Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol Training (JREAP) course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
- If you are familiar with some aspects of this Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol Training (JREAP) course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
- We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol Training (JREAP) around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
- If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol Training (JREAP) course in manner understandable to lay audiences.
The target audience for this Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) course:
- TDL and JREAP Technical Managers
- TDL and JREAP Engineers and Technicians
- TDL and JREAP Project Managers
- Network Engineers
- TDL and JREAP Analysts
- JREAP Cybersecurity Professionals
- JREAP Operational Test Staff
The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) course are:
Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) Training - OBJECTIVES
Upon completing this Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:
- Explain the basic principles and concepts of JRE and JREAP
- List related JREAP standards and benefits
- Describe the history and background of a variety of JREAP systems
- Describe the key concepts, features, and mechanisms behind the JREAP operation
- Illustrate potential JREAP deployment scenarios
- Describe JREAP standards, requirements, and operational models
- List the basic principles of JREAP A, B, and C procedures and methods
- Explain the basics of JREAP systems engineering and product life cycles
- Explain the JREAP process and Interoperability testing methodology
- Perform testing and certification policies, methods, tools, and procedures applied to JREAP and other related TDLs.
Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) Training - COURSE SYLLABUS
Lesson 1 – JREAP Introduction
- A basic introduction to JREAP, definitions, and history
- JREAP functions, capabilities, and roles
- Overview of establishing Common Time Reference (CTR), J-Series message extrapolation, and intrusion detection features
Lesson 2 – Full Stack and Application Layer
- Introduction and overview of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Full Stack and Application Layer
- Detailed lesson on both Full Stack and Application Layer stream
- Detailed interpretation to bit level purpose of; Transmission Block Header (TBH), Message Group Header (MGH) and Application Header
Lesson 3 – JREAP Messages
- Detailed lesson on X-Series messages in use by JREAP
- Full Stack and Application message structure with a focus on X1.0 and X1.1
- Further detail on Management Messages and Sub Header
- Overview of Minimum Implementation in accordance with MIL-STD-3011, Link monitoring, and Receipt Compliance procedures
Lesson 4 – Overview of MIL-STD-3011 Appendices A, B, and C
- Appendix A - Half Duplex Announced Token Passing Protocol
- Appendix B - Full Duplex Synchronous / Asynchronous Point-to-Point Connection
- Appendix C - Encapsulation Over Internet Protocol (IP)
Lesson 5 – OPTASK Link JRE
- Demonstration and guided practice of Operational Tasking (OPTASK) Link Satellite Segment 10.1 and JRE Segment 11.1
Lesson 6 – JRE(AP) Practical
- A detailed guided practical introduction to JRE software
- Instructor guided setup of a simulated JRE TCP-IP link in accordance with defined JRE parameters from the instructor
- Instructor guided setup of a simulated JRE UDP-IP Unicast and/or Multicast link in accordance with defined JRE parameters from the instructor
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