Collins Aerospace , a Raytheon Technologies business, delivered the 50,000th software-defined radio station under the ARC-210 program to Command of naval air systemsis an electronic unit for air combat.
NAVAIR has been a key customer of the program since 1990 and has used multi-band multimode communications radio to send critical information over the years, the company said Thursday.
The ARC-210 RT-2036, the sixth and latest iteration of the satellite communications radio, supports a mobile consumer objective system, a second-generation tactical ultra-high-frequency radio for NATO and other modern network waveforms.
The model also features modern encryption, anti-congestion features and a wide frequency range applicable to the military, the National Guard and emergency communications.
The ARC-210 is among TruNet’s family of communications products in the Collins Aerospace portfolio. More than 50 countries use the ARC-210 radio, installed on 200 platform variants.
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