Harris said it will support the order under the Joint Project 2072 program from its recently opened Asia-Pacific headquarters in Brisbane, Australia.
Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) has won an $88 million contract to build wideband tactical radios for an unidentified country in the Middle East. The company will deliver its Falcon III 7800 family of tactical radios, wideband mobile ad-hoc networking and voice and data communications to the country, Harris said Thursday. “These advanced communications systems will support the customer’s current and future operational
Harris Corp. (NYSE:HRS) will deliver wideband high-frequency and very-high-frequency radio communication systems worth $82 million for armed forces’ command-and-control capabilities on the battlefield. The international customer ordered handheld, man-portable, vehicular and base station Falcon III RF-7800H and RF-7800V radios for voice and data connectivity, Harris said Tuesday. “The Harris solution allows headquarters staff to monitor and coordinate forward operating units, dismounted troops,
Harris Corp.’s (NYSE: HRS) RF Communications business has won two contracts worth up to a combined $149 million to supply multiband radios to the Australian department of defense and an unspecified Middle East nation. The radio communications provider will deploy radios from the company’s Falcon line to support Australia’s Joint Project 2072 modernization plans and