DRS Wins SIGINT Systems Contract

DRS Defense Solutions, LLC, was awarded a $10 million contract to deliver a number of  man-pack/vehicular tactical signals intelligence (SIGINT) systems with direction finding (DF) processing and associated analysis nodes.

Supplied as commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment, these SIGINT systems will be used to support the warfighter around the globe in the most demanding of applications.

“These DRS SIGINT systems provide intercept, DF, and secure communications capabilities in a ruggedized, lightweight, man-pack form factor that is designed to also be used in mounted applications, ” said Logen Thiran, DRS Intelligence, Communications & Avionics Solutions (ICAS) vice president and general manager. “This is our fourth significant sale of tactical SIGINT equipment to this customer. We are committed to providing the best SIGINT capabilities to our customers to ensure dominance on the electronic battlefield.”

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