The Combat Net Radio will replace a significant portion of the Army’s legacy SINCGARS radios. The CNR solution increases warfighter effectiveness by enabling communications in all environments while enhancing combat weapon systems throughout the Army’s portfolio.
The Software Defined Radios (SDR) also support the Army’s unified network strategy that will enable future waveform enhancements as new technology emerges.
‘Upgrading to a modern voice and data SINCGARS Combat Net Radio capability will be seamless with our drop-in replacement for currently fielded dismount systems, vehicular platforms, air defense and artillery systems. With our next-generation radio, soldiers can leverage existing training, installation kits and system integration – with zero down time – to get improved mission readiness, ‘said
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