US military software-defined radio contracts could reach $ 6 billion a decade
ARLINGTON, Va. The U.S. Army recently awarded an indefinite/multiple (ID/IQ) contract for its Combat Net Radio (CNR) project to L3Harris Technologies (Rochester, New York) and Thales Defense Security (Clarksburg, Maryland). To see also : Ondas (ONDS) falls 6.03% to Close at $9.04 on September 29.
The CNR-the single voice and radio record-aims to eliminate the delay of ground level radio and the Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) in all service areas. , HMS Manpack land and Lead information systems, and modern services. setter.
Lt. Col. Sherida Whindleton, Product Manager for Waveforms, assigned to Tactical Radios Project Manager, said the CNR project’s software-defined capability will support new, resilient waveforms that are in development or are being considered as part of a fleet of the American military. towards modern communication.
After initial testing and NSA certification, the Army will deliver its first CNR division in FY24; CNR’s total contract coverage is $ 6.1 billion, with instructions against this contract by March 2032.
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