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Harris Corporation supplying Falcon III radios to Canadian military
by Richard Tomkins
Rochester, N.Y. (UPI) Nov 18, 2014


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Harris Corporation reports the Canadian Department of National Defense has contracted the company for the supply of tactical radio systems.

The Falcon III variants to be supplied over a four-year period include the AN/PRC-152A wideband handheld radio, AN/PRC-117G wideband manpack radio and the RF-7800H high-frequency manpack radio.

"Harris Falcon III products and systems are meeting the growing demands for wideband data and tactical networking in countries around the world with a broad portfolio of proven, mission-critical solutions,'' said Brendan O'Connell, president, international business unit, Harris RF Communications. "The radio systems (being supplied) will provide Canadian forces with greater situational awareness and enable end-to-end solutions that address requirements for real-time, mission-critical information on the battlefield."

AN/PRC-152A and AN/PRC-117G radios provide wideband battlefield networking. They are software-defined and feature applications for streaming video, simultaneous voice and data feeds, collaborative chat, and connectivity to secure networks.

The order is worth about $159.3 million.


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