The Melbourne, Fla.-based contractor has recently won several international contracts for communications-related systems and equipment, including an emergency response system in Saudi Arabia and a geospatial intelligence sharing system for a Middle East government agency.
Government agencies around the world are increasing their demands for wideband data and tactical networking technologies, said Brendan O’Connell, president of the RF communications group’s international business unit.
Canada will acquire the Falcon III AN/PRC-117G radios and RF-7800B Broadband Global Area Networking terminals for use in situational awareness and command and control, he added in a release.
Canada is acquiring both the vehicular-based and mobile satellite networking terminals.
Warfighters also use the radios for streaming video, simultaneous voice and data feeds, collaborative chat and connectivity to secure networks.
According to the company, the satellite networking terminals voice and wideband data connectivity for beyond line-of-sight and on-the-move applications.