COMSEC equipment


COMSEC equipment

COMSEC equipment is equipment designed to provide security to telecommunications (COMSEC) using cryptography.

ee also

COMSEC Equipment designated as telecommunications security (TSEC), Joint Electronic Type Designation System, and controlled cryptographic item (CCI). They provide security to telecommunications by scrambling information, unintellegible to an unauthorized interceptor, later, converting it to its original form for authorized recipients. The equipment designed to aid in scrambling format. Note: COMSEC equipment includes crypto-equipment, crypto-support equipment, cryptoproduction equipment, and authentication equipment.

* NSA encryption systems
* Type 1 encryptionTELEPHONE/TERMINAL EQUIPMENT:

STU-III (Type 1)
Motorola STU-III / SECTEL 1500(July 01, 2007)
AT&T STU-III(March 10, 2006)
STU-III (Type 2)
Type 2 STU-III.(March 10, 2006)
STU-III (Type 3)
Type 3 STU-III.(March 10, 2006)
STU-III DNVT
Motorola STU-III / SECTEL MMT/DNVT Adapter(July 01, 2007)

STE
STE (the new generation).(July 01, 2007)
CRYPTO:CCI

External links

* [http://www.jproc.ca/crypto/menu.html Cryptography machines]


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