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30 November - 2 December 2015
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Harris is showcasing its multimission radio systems at Expodefensa 2015
US Company Harris is exhibiting it's radio systems at Expodefensa 2015 in Bogota. The Falcon III RF-7800W High-Capability Line-of-Sight multimission Radio is showcased at the stand. It provides secure, dependable wireless broadband connectivity for both military and commercial applications. The company is also presenting its Individual Soldier System.
     
Harris is showcasing its multimission radio systems at Expodefensa 2015 640 001Harris Falcon III Vehicular solutions
     
The RF-7800W can deliver up to 428 Mbps of Ethernet throughput over a single-channel wireless link and provide long-range connectivity at distances greater than 160 km under clear LOS conditions. As a result, it's the quick-to-deploy, long-range solution for IP infrastructure under even the harshest conditions.


The system serves as the backbone of the Harris tactical Internet by creating wide-area battlefield networks that connect brigade and battalion headquarters to forward-deployed units at company level and below.

"The Falcon III RF-7800W radio provides commanders and front-line personnel alike with a robust common operational picture based on improved intelligence and communications connectivity," said Brendan O'Connell, president, International Business, Harris RF Communications. "This radio, acting as the IP backbone, expands networking services on the battlefield that broaden the use of applications such as video and situational awareness through tactical edge devices."

The Harris RF-7800W system has been deployed by more than 20 countries worldwide, including the U.S. Department of Defense. It is in use by the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps and has been an integral part of the U.S. Army Network Integration Evaluation exercises.

Harris is also presenting its Individual Soldier System (ISS) which provides shared intelligence on and off the battlefield with real-time two-way video and voice communications: Command to soldier, soldier to command and soldier to soldier.
 

 

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