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General Dynamics receives ATC radio order

24th September 2018 - 15:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


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General Dynamics Mission Systems has received a contract to supply more than 140 CM-300/350 V2 air traffic control (ATC) radios for US Air Force in Europe locations. The contract is valued at $23 million over five years.

The radios leverage the FAA NEXCOM Segment II radio design with IP-based networking for remote management and maintenance across ATC networks. Its Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) operation produces sharp, clear voice communication among pilots and air traffic controllers.

The CM-300/350 V2 software-defined radios operate in ground-to-air communication systems across the US National Airspace (NAS) and meet frequency spacing requirements for flying in Europe. The radios also comply with the international Air Traffic Management (ATM) VoIP standard and will support NAS ATM ground-infrastructure modernisation efforts.

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