Elbit to Supply Soldier Radios to Brazilian Marines

The company will deliver E-LynX soldier radio systems to the Brazilian Marine Corps as part of the $40-million SIC²CFN project designed to improve the Corps’ C4ISR capabilities

Photo: Elbit Systems

Elbit Systems will supply E-LynX radios to the Brazilian Marine Corps (CFN), according to a report by infodefensa.com. The radios will be integrated as part of the SIC²CFN project designed to improve the Corps’ C4ISR capabilities.

The deal reportedly involves PNR-1000 soldier radios, MCTR-7200HH handheld radios, and MCTR-7200-V550 vehicular radios, as well as auxiliary equipment.

Under the $40-million SIC²CFN project, Elbit supplied the Brazilian Marine Corps with a variety of systems and technologies, including battlefield management systems and the SMARTmr-M – a tactical multimedia router and application server for mobile platforms and command posts. Deliveries of all systems pertaining to the project are expected to be completed by October 2019.

Elbit recently won a contract to supply E-LynX soldier radios to the German Army.

You might be interested also

Soldiars of the Nahal brigade in the simulator

Preliminary Reconnaissance

The IDF Nahal Brigade has recently introduced a cutting-edge simulator intended to provide a tool for the assessment and selection course the Brigade holds for new candidates for their reconnaissance battalion. "The idea is to simulate challenges that may be encountered on the battlefield"