BID 950

The BID 950 was introduced to NATO in 1988 as part of the Cryptographic Equipment Low-speed Telegraph (CELT) project to replace TSEC/KW-7 and BID 610 equipment. In 1992 the BID 950 was accepted by NATO as a Digital On-Line Cryptographic Equipment Number 2 (DOLCE II) to replace the BID 1000. In this role the BID 950 is used to protect medium speed data circuits up to 64 KBps.

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