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Two-way communications for Canadian Department of National Defence flexible communications interface supports coastal radar units

13th April 2010 - 19:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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Harris Corporation, an international communications and information technology company, has successfully completed site-acceptance testing of a new radio interface that will provide two-way communications to the coastal radar sites of the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND).

The Harris interface provides the DND's radar sites and its control units with a scalable, upgradeable open-architecture radio interface that can withstand the unique communications challenges posed by the harsh coastal environment. The system enables Canadian air defence operators to run a two-way communications system from remote locations.

"This cost-effective, user-focused solution meets the distinct operational requirements of the DND," said John O'Sullivan, vice president of Mission Critical Networks for Harris Corporation. "Our goal always is to provide a solution that takes into account the unique conditions a system might face, especially when national security is at stake."

Harris SolaCom ATC is a leading provider of mission-critical communications products and services for civil and military air traffic control applications. Located in Canada's national capital region, Harris SolaCom ATC combines customized, innovative solutions with proven technical expertise to provide robust, reliable communications solutions used by more than 200 customers in more than 40 countries.

Source: Harris Corp.

 

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