Thales Low Probability of Detection/Low Probability of Intercept (LPD/LPI) Communications Solution


Thales Low Probability of Detection/Low Probability of Intercept (LPD/LPI) communications solution.

The ManoTron™ GHOST I snaps onto the back of your i-Blades SmartCase to deliver low profile communications utilizing Thales Defense and Security LPD/LPI technology combined with your own smartphone.

DO MORE with on-the-go storage of up to 1TB, and the option of an SD card. Battery power is 4,200 mAh lasts for weeks and also powers the phone when necessary. The phone may also power the ManoTron™ SmartBlade® connection.

Combine with any other ManoTron™ SmartBlade® for a complete handheld suite of communication options (P2P, EMI Reconnaissance, MANET, Satellite, LTE/5G private Network and many more to come) all with the ease of Smartphone interface. ATAK compatible.

Select the i-Blades ManoTron™ GHOST I to provide clandestine secure team field communications, create a private LTE/5G network bubble in the field with the ManoTron™ PN5G I, and use the ManoTron™ ST I for satellite backhaul connectivity.

Available for Android smartphones and tablets.


ACTICAL COVERT COMMUNICATIONS: Low probability of detection, low probability of intercept

i-BLADES SATCOM SMART APP: i-BLADES SatComm Smart App is an Android App

RUGGED & COMPACT FORM FACTOR: Low-profile, super strong Gun Metal Grey Anodized Aluminum housing for rugged field use.

IMPROVED BATTERY LIFE: The ManoTron™ Ghost I SmartBlade® packs 4,200 mAh of battery power to support extended use in the field.

MORE STORAGE: Choice of 128GB or 1TB of built-in storage and an external µSD card slot for optional additional storage

STACKABLE AND SWAPPABLE: SmartBlades®® are stackable and swappable.




Dimensions (L x W x H): 172mm x 68.8mm x 17mm

Antenna (L x D): 48.6mm x 18.5mm

Weight: 215g


Thales LPD/LPI Module:

RF Interface

Frequency Range: 225MHz to 450 MHz UHF-band and 1350MHz to 1700MHz L-band


Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery: 4,200 mAh, phone battery backup power