Finland, Bittium TAC WIN agreement
Bittium and the Finish defence forces are set to sign a framework agreement for the delivery of Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) products covering years 2018-2020, the company announced on 6 July.
The agreement will see the Finnish forces place purchase orders for Bittium TAC WIN system products each year.
Bittium’s software-defined radio based TAC WIN system forms the backbone for tactical data transfer with the Finnish forces, with TAC WIN providing broadband IP network connections for mobile communication stations and command posts.
Bittium TAC WIN is wireless broadband network system designed for military and public safety use. The system enables mobile ad hoc network, link, and connection networks to be formed into one logical IP network quickly, no matter the location.
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