Harris Receives $8 M from Middle Eastern Country for Military Vehicula
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Harris Receives $8 M from Middle Eastern Country for Military Vehicular Intercom Systems

  • Intercom systems deliver inter- and intra-vehicular communications in armored vehicles.
  • Systems provide integrated network backbone linking crew members in vehicles with dismounted personnel using Harris Falcon(r) tactical radios.
  • Demonstrates and extends Harris leadership in providing solutions for the wideband networked battlefield.

Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, has received an $8.7 million order for vehicular intercom systems from a nation in the Middle East.

The country's armed forces will install the Harris RF-7800I in Main Battle Tanks and other armored vehicles. The system will allow crew members to talk with each other within vehicles, while also creating a network backbone that integrates vehicular and handheld tactical radio systems.


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"The RF-7800I Vehicular Intercom System is a complete solution designed to integrate and interoperate with emerging tactical wideband networks," said Brendan O'Connell, president, international business, Harris RF Communications. "The system is interoperable with the full family of Harris Falcon tactical radios as well as other military, government and commercial communication devices."

The RF-7800I is a comprehensive solution for in-vehicle voice and data communication, tactical network connectivity, and battle management system interoperability. It emphasizes modularity, allowing customers to configure vehicular intercom systems according to their mission requirements. System components are easy to install, lightweight and require minimal power to operate. The system provides clear voice communications in the noisiest of environments.

Source : Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS)

Published on ASDNews: Nov 5, 2012

 

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