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Harris Corp. has received a $26.4 million order from the Kingdom of Jordan for Falcon III and Falcon II radios. These tactical radio systems will provide modernized tactical communication capabilities to the country’s military.
Harris Corp. has been awarded an IDIQ contract with a potential total value of $400 million to provide the U.S. Special Operations Command with next-generation communication capabilities.
DragonWave Inc., a leading global supplier of packet microwave radio systems for mobile and access networks, announced the availability of higher modulation modes of up to 2048 QAM on its Horizon packet microwave products. This higher modulation allows the radios to transport up to 37 percent more data through existing microwave channels, which significantly improves spectral efficiency and, correspondingly, lowers operators' cost per bit.
Harris Corp. has received a $10 million order to supply the Government of Canada with Falcon III® multiband manpack radios and satellite terminals.
DragonWave Inc., a leading global supplier of packet microwave radio systems for mobile and access networks, announced it has concluded field tests and confirmed the functionality of higher modulation modes of up to 2048 QAM on its Horizon packet microwave products. The field tests were conducted in Odessa, Ukraine, the nation’s south Bay City.
Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, has received a $297 million Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to deliver Falcon® tactical radio systems to the U.S. Navy.
In early fall C4i was called upon to assist a high altitude search and rescue training facility located in the mountains of eastern California. The base dispatch center was having difficulty communicating across a high peak to personnel on the other side, as well as with aircraft. The field team operated in a very rugged, remote area and needed a way to communicate with members who worked at the main buildings, however the groups were separated by a mountain range 3 miles (5 km) away.
BAE Systems’ PHOENIX-2C radios successfully provided tactical networking capabilities during recent U.S. Army exercises, enabling soldiers to communicate over more than 20 km.
Custom MMIC, (www.CustomMMIC.com), a developer of performance-driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is adding a new 5 to 11 GHz ultra-low noise amplifier to its growing line of high-quality products. The CMD132P3 presents an ultra-low noise figure of 1.3 dB, delivers greater than 20 dB of gain across the entire bandwidth, and has a corresponding output 1 dB compression point of +10 dBm.
Thales announced a new LRIP contract for secure radios to support the U.S. Army's Nett Warrior Program. The radio is capable of providing soldiers with access to the government's classified networks at the Secret or Sensitive But Unclassified level.
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