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Application Note

Sample HLA Project for Telestra 7.8.0 and Later (#126)

As you set up a high-level architecture (HLA) project for the first time, you may find it useful to review and experiment with a known, working example. This sample project is an optional supplement to the HLA Installation Guide. To use this resource, you should be familiar with the basic operation of Telestra server and Studio.

The sample project works with HLA 1.3 and HLA Evolved (HLAe) standards and supports ASTi Simulation Object Model (SOM) 3.2.x and Real-time Platform Reference Federation Object Model (RPR FOM) 2. ASTi does not support High-Frequency Electronic Counter-Countermeasure (HFECCM) mode. Digital mode requires a mapping file and SOM modification for full compatibility.

The sample project contains the following resources:

  • A layout for FEDERATE_N Telestra server
  • A layout with 13 HLA radios (i.e., AM, FM, INTERCOM) that you can key via a local sine wave or a microphone
  • An ACU2 component to support operator headset connection (e.g., microphone, headset, press-to-talk devices)
  • Example RTI Initialization Data (RID) files for the MAK run-time infrastructure (RTI), based on version 4.5c
  • Example RID files for the Pitch RTI, based on version

Important: If you’re using an RTI from a different third-party vendor, you will need to add additional file(s) to the project.

To download the sample project, select the following link: Example HLA Project

You may need to make some custom configurations before you can use this project. Example configurations include creating a unique federate name or designating the federate to use MAK, Pitch, or an RTI from another third-party vendor. To learn more about HLA setup, go to the HLA Installation Guide.