IDE’s WiSPR system for Boxer
Intracom Defense Electronics has signed a $1.36 million contract with Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles to supply WiSPR intercommunications systems for the Boxer infantry fighting vehicle, the company announced on 3 July.
WiSPR system deliveries are expected to be completed in 2018.
Boxer is an advanced multi-role armoured vehicle, designed for increased crew protection, modularity and mobility. The WiSPR systems will be fitted to the vehicles for the international market.
WiSPR is a digital software-defined intercommunication system, providing communications for military vehicles under extreme conditions, with enhanced hearing safety. With a versatile system architecture it is adaptable to a variety of operational requirements.
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