General Dynamics Mission Systems continues to ship digital modular radio under $ 50 million amendments to the Navy contract
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General Dynamics’ (NYSE:GD) mission systems business will continue to produce, test and supply digital modular radios to the US Navy under a potential contract modification of $49.9 million over two years.
The modification brings the maximum value of the previously awarded contract to approximately $235.9 million and includes the supply of High Frequency Distribution Amplifier Group components and engineering support services, General Dynamics Mission Systems said on Friday. .
AN/USC-61(C) DMR is a software-defined radio that can support satellite voice and data communication networks, single-channel land and air radio systems, and Mobile User Target System waveforms, among others. The system is certified by the National Security Agency to transmit data classified as Type 1.
Stan Kordana, vice president of surface systems at GDMS, said the contract modification is a testament to the company’s software-defined architecture and that GDMS looks forward to delivering its 1,000th DMR radio to soldiers in the fleet of submarines and surface vessels. of the Navy in the coming months.
The company will perform work in Scottsdale, Arizona, through April 2024.