Elbit Systems awarded contract to supply radio systems to army in Asia-Pacific

The company will supply tactical radio systems to the artillery and infantry forces of the customer 

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Elbit Systems announced Thursday that it was awarded a contract valued at approximately $33 million to supply tactical radio systems to a customer in Asia-Pacific. The contract will be performed over a 12-month period. Under the contract, the company will equip the customer’s artillery and infantry forces with tactical radio systems including vehicular configurations and ones that can be carried or held. The radio systems feature advanced networking capabilities enabling reliable and secure voice and data communication services over extended ranges. 

The awarding of the contract follows a recent decision by the customer to equip its army with additional networked combat solutions from Elbit Systems, including E-LynX Software Defined Radios (SDR) and TORCH-X Command and Control systems. Elbit Systems’ radio solutions have been selected by numerous armed forces around the world, including those of Switzerland, Sweden, Germany and Israel. 

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