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Bittium expands its tactical communications offering with an SDR-based Bittium TOUGH SDR product family that includes Bittium TOUGH SDR Handheld, tactical handheld radio for individual soldiers, and Bittium TOUGH SDR Vehicular, tactical radio for vehicle installations. The new product family expands Bittium’s product offering from the current Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN), used for forming a tactical broadband mobile IP backbone network, to individual soldier and vehicular level tactical radios. This enables bringing broadband data transfer and voice to all mobile troops starting from brigade level and all the way across the battlefield.

With the new tactical SDR-based Bittium TOUGH SDR product family we can now expand our offering from high-quality broadband backbone networks to also tactical handheld and vehicular radios and related communication software solutions. This addition to our product offering strengthens our position as one of the world’s leading providers of tactical communications systems,” Hannu Huttunen, CEO of Bittium, explained.

The launch of the new products and the related R&D investments are a part of Bittium’s strategic goal to expand the product offering in tactical communications by making significant investments in Bittium’s own products and solutions during 2017, as announced on 24 November 2016. Bittium showcases the products for the first time at DSEI.

www.monch.com brings together key developments from the show. For more information please see MILITARY TECHNOLOGY #9/2017, available at the show on the Mönch stand S2-165; and frequently check back for more NEWS FROM THE FLOOR.

 

Bittium TOUGH SDR products help to produce and share real time situational awareness (location, image, voice, video, and sensor data) to all levels of the organisation. (Photo: Bittium)

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