The MNVR systems shared data with other ground mobile radios at 2 megabits per second over an L-Band frequency intended for wideband communications, Harris said Wednesday.
George Helm, Harris RF Communications' president for defense business, said the company aims to expand its radio system offerings through open government wideband waveforms.
WNW helps to deploy joint tactical communications across army brigade combat teams.
Harris demonstrated the systems at the Space and Navy Warfare Command Systems Center in Atlantic and Fort Huachuca, Ariz.
Harris has delivered more than 40,000 Falcon III, manpack and handheld radio systems across all DoD branches and allied forces in more than 15 countries, according to the company.