Bittium receives Finland order
Bittium has received a €3.4 million purchase order from the Finnish Defence Forces for the maintenance and further development of the Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) system and the Tough VoIP system, the company announced on 28 January.
The purchase order covers 2019-2020 and includes technical support for the systems and the equipment, software support, maintaining readiness for system support, management of system support and development of new features. The order also includes the development of the waveform used by the Bittium TAC WIN system.
Bittium TAC WIN is a software defined radio based wireless broadband network system intended for military and
public safety use. The system forms mobile ad hoc network, link and connection networks into one logical IP network quickly in any location.
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