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Harris Wins $16M DoD Order for Communication Systems and Radios

The Defense Department has placed $16 million in orders with Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS) for tactical communication systems and radios.

The orders will provide ground forces with expanded interoperable voice and high-bandwidth data communications.

The orders are for:

Harris will provide accessories, training and other field support.

The Falcon III platform enables checkpoint and patrol biometrics, convoy tracking, route planning and other missions.

“Harris Falcon III is delivering the tactical network that our military needs to stay connected at the edge, ”  said Brendan O’Connell, president of Harris RF Communications’ Defense Department business. “The Harris Falcon III family of radios addresses the DoD’s full gamut of mission requirements for line-of-sight, beyond-line-of-sight and wideband networking communications.”

“These systems build on the acclaimed success of our widely deployed Falcon II line, which is in use around the world, by the United States, NATO and other allied nations.  The Falcon line is software-defined and software-upgradeable to support emerging applications, ” he added.

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