L-3 Wins $10M Egypt Radio Sale

L-3LogoL-3 Communications has been awarded a $10.5 million contract from the U.S. Army to provide radio systems and components for a foreign military sales agreement with Egypt.

A San Diego-based branch of the company will provide the Army RT-1606 radio transceivers and components for the sale, the San Diego Union Tribune reports.

Nathan Max writes the company includes allied international governments and commercial customers in both domestic and international markets as among its customers.

According to the company, the RT-1606 is designed to process digital signals and provide users direct digital synthesis features when deployed in a manpack, vehicular system or base station.

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