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EMDLS system passes US Army testing
Commtact has announced that its EMDLS datalink radio units have recently passed the harsh testing cycles administered for the US Army, known as MIL-810 and MIL-461 standards.
The EMDLS datalink radios are designed and developed specifically for small- to mid-sized platforms, such as drones and VTOLs of sorts.
The EMDLS BAT is IP67 certified and excelled in performance under temperature tests of 40°C up to +65°C.
It can withstand hard gusting rain and rough vibrations and resist penetration and damage from blowing sand and dust.
Commtact’s datalink systems are manufactured in strict compliance with all applicable standards and regulatory requirements.
They are built for continuous use under severe weather conditions, such as heavy rain, salt storms and 100% humidity.
Commtact CEO Ariel Kandel said: ‘Attentive as ever to the needs of the forces in the field, our transceivers provide reliable continuous secure data link under any weather condition. We believe that this successful testing will leverage our cooperation with the US Army.’
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