The demonstration showcased the Falcon III RF-7800H radio’s emerging capabilities to integrate into existing ground tactical networks, the company said.
"SOCOM forces obtained communications that met or exceeded capabilities offered by legacy tactical satellite systems during the demonstration,” said George Helm, president, Department of Defense business, Harris RF Communications. “Our next-generation HF radio provides an important alternative for connecting team members when it matters most.”
Harris Corporation said the RF-7800H, a software-defined radio, offers data rates that are as much as 10 times greater than current HF manpacks radios and offers spectrum sensing tools that automatically identify the best communication channels.
It is fully compatible with the Harris Falcon II HF product line and accessories used by military forces around the world.
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