ROCHESTER, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) has received a $10 million order from an Eastern European nation to supply high-performance, high-frequency (HF) tactical radios that will create long-range, secure communication networks and enable users to connect seamlessly with coalition partners.
The radios are based on Harris’ highly successful Falcon® HF tactical radio family, which is used by U.S., NATO, Partnership for Peace and other defense forces around the world.
“The Harris radios will enable the nation’s Ministry of Defense to field secure communication networks that interoperate with their existing equipment, as well as with those used by coalition forces,” said Chris Young, president, Harris Communication Systems
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Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator, solving our customers’ toughest mission-critical challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform and protect. Harris supports customers in more than 125 countries, has approximately $8 billion in annual revenue and 22,000 employees worldwide. The company is organized into four business segments: Communication Systems, Space and Intelligence Systems, Electronic Systems, and Critical Networks. Learn more at harris.com.
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