Harris said the order received from Brazil's Center for Communications and Electronic Warfare is for RF-7800V radios for use in vehicles and 7800S wideband networking systems.
The order is worth $10.7 million.
"The RF-7800V and RF-7800S will provide Brazil's army with secure voice and high-bandwidth data applications such as video combat chat," said Julio Villafane, regional managing director, Caribbean and Latin America Region, Harris RF Communications. "Both radios enable end-to-end solutions that address requirements for real-time, mission-critical information on the battlefield."
The RF-7800V covers the 30-108 MHz frequency range. It features simultaneous data and voice communications and data transfer rates of 192 Kbps. The RF-7800S for soldier carry has a data rate of 256 Kbps and has a range of more than 1 mile.
The exact number of units ordered and their delivery schedule were not disclosed.
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