Harris Awarded $12 M IDIQ Contract to Supply HF, Tactical Radio Antennas to US Army
- Five-year IDIQ contract supplies the Army with Harris advanced RF-3134 HF antennas
- Antennas full-loop, high-frequency design enables on-the-move communications
- Antenna interfaces with Harris Falcon HF series of tactical radios
Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) has received a five-year, $12 million IDIQ contract to provide high-frequency (HF) tactical radio antennas to the U.S. Army. The award was received during the company's first quarter of fiscal 2016.
Under the contract, Harris will provide its RF-3134 HF full-loop antennas, which can be used for fixed installations or on vehicles, enabling HF communication on-the-move. The RF-3134 interfaces with the Harris Falcon ® series of HF radios. It is lightweight and has a low physical profile, which makes it easy to install and uninstall.
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"The HF full-loop antenna provides a combination of high bandwidth and signal efficiency that makes it ideal for on-the-move applications," said Chris Young, president, Harris Communication Systems. "Harris continues to provide advanced radios and related systems to meet the real-time communications needs of our nation's warfighters."
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