Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), a communications and information technology company, announced on Monday that it has been awarded a USD16m follow-on contract by Lockheed Martin to supply over 100 Harris Highband Networking Radio
systems for the US Army's Warfighter Information Network - Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 programme.
From division down to battalion, Increment 2 will provide an OTM line-of-sight radio known as the Highband Networking Radio
. This new radio will greatly increase line-of-sight capacity and ease of use.
In March of this year Harris and BAE Systems announced the availability of their co-developed Highband Networking Radio
The company said that its enhanced Harris Highband Networking Radio
(HNRe2) combines directive-beam technology with mobile, ad hoc mesh networking capabilities and a reduced size, weight and power antenna optimized for airborne platforms.
Harris and BAE Systems have recently demonstrated a self-forming, self-healing mobile network capability using a Highband Networking Radio
(HNR) system co-developed by Harris and BAE Systems that features directive beam technology.
Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS), a communications and information technology company, and BAE Systems announcedon Wednesday (7 March) thatthe Highband Networking Radio
(HNR) co-developed by the companies, is now available.
Communication company and information technology Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) will supply its Highband networking radios
as a member of Northrop Grumman's IBCS team, the company announced on Thursday.A