The Ministry of Defense on Monday signed a contract with Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) for the supply of software-defined radio a tactical ship system worth over Rs 1,000, according to an official statement.
The delivery of SDR-Tac (software defined radio tactically) “will bring strategic depth to the armed forces,” the defense ministry said in a statement.
SDR-Tac is a four-channel multi-mode, multi-band, 19-inch trunk-mounted, ship-defined software radio system, she said.
“It is designed to service ship-to-ship, shore-to-shore and ship-to-air voice and data communications for network operations,” the statement said.
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