Trace supports the full system development lifecycle of tactical comms systems.

  • Design & Development
  • Test & Evaluation
  • Production & Integration
  • Fielding & Sustainment
  • End-User Training
  • Spectrum Management
  • Operation & Maintenance
  • Reset & Refurbishment
  • Decommissioning

Trace provides high quality, mission assured C4ISR systems, integration, and services supporting the globally deployed end user.  We have a core competency in Communications.

Trace designs, develops and fields cutting edge systems that enable voice, data, and video communications for fixed, mobile, and tactically deployed US Government users worldwide.

  • Fixed Satellite Services (FSS)
  • Mobile Satellite Services (MSS)
  • Comms On-The-Move (COTM)
  • Tactical Radio Systems
  • Satellite Ground Stations
  • Teleport Interconnects (PSTN, DISN)
  • Microwave LOS/BLOS
  • Fixed and Wireless Telecommunications Systems
  • Within the Distributed Tactical Communications System contract (DTCS), Trace Systems helped establish a standardized format for the reporting and tracking of program information that is required by CENTCOM.  Trace Systems was able to consolidate multiple reports into one single CENTCOM spreadsheet. This spreadsheet provides over 14,000 lines of information that has aided in the tracking of program assets.

  • During the period of June 2012 – June 2013, Trace Systems FSRs trained 5K personnel to include Senior Leadership and their staff, special operations teams, Movement Control and other critical positions throughout the CENTCOM Area of Operations (AOR). The professionalism and effectiveness of this training was reflected in the average monthly score of >95% on the Government required surveys given during each training.

  • Since 2011 Trace has provided technicians to support operations at the Navy’s Northwest communications facility, the largest of its kind as a long-haul DoD gateway.  Our personnel are responsible to work with acquisition and engineering organizations such as DISA, Army’s PM DCATS, and Navy’s SPAWAR for the design and installation of new enterprise SATCOM technologies and upgrades to existing systems. 

  • During the period July to Dec 2013, Trace SATCOM Engineers transitioned 23 terminals from ABS-7 to IS-22 due to interference issues and end of contract with ABS-7. Our engineers diligently worked with multiple agencies to help resolve interference issues to provide RC-East sites with the best transmission path available.