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Harris Bags $26 Mln Orders To Supply Tactical Radio Systems

Harris Corp. (HRS) Thursday said it has received $26 million in orders to provide Falcon III tactical radios to support special operations forces in a nation in Central Asia.

The orders include the Harris RF-7800H-MP wideband HF/VHF tactical manpack radio, for expanded data capabilities in long-range, beyond-line-of-sight environments; the RF-7850S wideband secure personal radio; as well as the RF-7850M-HH multiband networking handheld, the first international radio to provide wideband communications and mobile ad hoc networking while supporting legacy narrowband waveforms.

"The Harris radios will provide the critical, secure voice and data communications required by special operations forces engaged in combat operations," said Chris Young, president, Harris Communication Systems.

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