MORA is the U.S. Army's CCDC (Combat Capabilities Development Command) C5ISR Center's new architecture of open radio frequency interfaces for ground vehicles. Its purpose is to offer new capabilities, including reducing size, weight, and power (SWaP) and improving interoperability functions within the platform.
Exploring SOSA, CMOSS, FACE, VICTORY, and More
We examine the 2019 tri-services memo regarding MOSA, and what open standards such as CMOSS, MORA, and VICTORY mean for today’s military programs.
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An Open Standard for RF Convergence
MORA's purpose is to simplify the radio systems into high-level components that permit the hardware to be shared amongst the systems on the platform utilizing low power distribution of RF signals to enhance overall system performance and efficiency through reduced cable loss. This use of software defined radio technologies allows the same hardware to run various waveform applications to accommodate a vast array of missions including EW and Communications. Moreover, MORA provides a path for using industry open standards to develop rugged Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) solutions.
Explore the Open Architecture Standards
An acquisition and design strategy that prioritizes the use of open standards-based technology.
Aims to standardize approaches to bring open standards solutions to avionics systems.
Promotes the use of open standard physical and logical interfaces between LRU systems.
Mandates the use of open, modular, and scalable architectures in the design of new and upgraded ground vehicles.
Ensures accurate positioning, navigation, and timing information is delivered in GPS/GNSS-denied environments.