Harris Corp. has tested a communications system that intends to exchange data between U.S. Army automobiles through a customized waveform developed by the Defense Department.
The trials are meant to support an Army program for mid-tier networking vehicle radios, Harris said Wednesday.
George Helm, a Harris RF Communications president, said the company aims to help the government deploy National Security Agency Type-1 certified radios.
MNVR devices transmitted data through the DoD's wideband networking waveform at a rate of 2 megabits per second during the trials.
Army brigade combat teams use the waveform to field joint tactical wideband communications, Harris says.
Harris used the L-Band frequency range for the tests.