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The contract includes the provision of Harris's OpenSky land mobile radio system which supports public safety communications and which can integrate with military tactical radio communications via the company's NetworkFirst interoperability gateway.
Other mission-specific components include a Telephone and Alarm Unit that allows vehicles equipped with the RF-7800I to connect directly to a field phone or PBX, and a Speaker Amplifier that broadcasts intercom or tactical radio communications throughout the vehicle over a robust broadband speaker.
Now signal companies are packaged to install, maintain, and support data network nodes, support customers down to the lowest level, and to train and support tactical radio communication systems and tactical tracking systems, such as Blue Force Tracker.
PM-TRCS--Project Manager, Tactical Radio Communications Systems
gt;>, As a result it was able to monitor tactical radio communications as well as cell phone calls made by Israeli troops.
Advancements in software-defined and cognitive radios will likely change the face of tactical radio communications in the coming decades," explains Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Arun Nirmal.
The Harris approach to the EMOCS design blends our expertise in mobile, tactical radio communications with our thorough understanding of the needs of the NAS, gained from working closely with the FAA on several major programs," said John O'Sullivan, vice president of FAA Programs for Harris Corporation.
During that time period, WIN-T Increment 1, which previously existed in PM Tactical Radio Communications Systems, became a program of record.