Ultra Electronics TCS receives $23 million in orders from the US Army
- New equipment to help transition the US Army's deployed communications networks to Everything-over-IP (EOIP)
Ultra Electronics, TCS, a world leader in tactical communications and electronic warfare (EW) systems, has been awarded orders for tactical communications equipment totaling $23 million. Ultra will supply shelter upgrade kits and additional AN/GRC-245 radios for the US Army's Warfighter Information Network - Tactical (WIN-T) program. The kits will be used to upgrade the AN/TRC-190 sheltered line-of-sight (LOS) radio communications system to be compatible with Internet Protocol-based networks and will enable the use of 34 Mbps full-duplex links with the AN/GRC-245 radio. The US Army is transitioning to an Everything-over-IP (EOIP) network model and this latest equipment from Ultra TCS will greatly extend the lifecycle of the deployed radio product by enabling it to interface with the more modern network.
Iwan Jemczyk, President of Ultra Electronics, TCS commented:
"The Ultra AN/GRC-245 tactical radio truly is the backbone of the US Army's WIN-T Inc-1 deployed communications network and has been used extensively in both Iraq and Afghanistan. These latest orders further demonstrate Ultra TCS's excellent track record in delivering high-quality, reliable and relevant tactical communications equipment to the US Army."
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The AN/GRC-245 is a high-capacity-line-of-sight (HCLOS) tactical radio capable of up to 34 Mbps data throughput. It provides full-duplex operation in Band 1 (225 to 400 MHz) and Band 3+ (1350 to 2690 MHz), with an option to upgrade to Band 4 (4400 to 5000 MHz). Ultra TCS has shipped more than 5,000 AN/GRC-245 units to date. Deliveries of the shelter kits and radios are expected to be completed by December 2012.
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Source : Ultra Electronics
Nov 19 - 20, 2015 - London, United Kingdom