The MNVR is a replacement program for the ground mobile radio, which was scrapped in 2011 for being too expensive and performing poorly.
What does GM stand for?
GM stands for Ground Mobile
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Ground Mobile Radio program could be next after it undergoes a Nunn-McCurdy review.
Advanced radios and waveforms including the Joint Tactical Radio System Ground Mobile Radio and Handheld Manpack, Soldier Radio Waveform and Wideband Networking Waveform will be used to form the network, allowing data to low throughout the company and link communications to higher echelons via the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical.
Thirty ground mobile radios were used in the largest demonstration of the capability to date.
The Boeing-led JTRS Ground Mobile Radio team, which includes BAE Systems, Rockwell Collins, Northrop Grumman and Harris, has formally announced that it had completed the design phase of the GMR radio and that engineering development models are entering testing to validate their actual communication capabilities.
Several variants of the Joint Tactical Radio System, which have not yet been fielded, were also on display, including the man-pack version that can be carried in a rucksack and a larger Ground Mobile Radio with multiple units designed for vehicles.