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RAAF orders Rohde & Schwarz comms systems
Rohde & Schwarz is to provide its CERTIUM software-defined radios, CERTIUM VCS-4G voice communications system, and CERTIUM management systems to 12 air traffic control facilities operated by the Royal Australian Air Force.
The contract, worth an undisclosed amount and announced on 8 July, forms part of Project AIR 5431 Phase 3 to harmonise the civilian and military air traffic management systems in Australia.
‘Rohde & Schwarz will deliver all required elements over the next 12 months,’ said Gareth Evans, Managing Director of Rohde & Schwarz (Australia). ‘We have the capability in Australia to sustain CERTIUM systems from our integration laboratory, maintenance, and calibration facilities in Sydney.’
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