Harris, exhibiting at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) at booth #912, which will be held in Florida, USA, 20-23 May, delivers interoperable, scalable solutions to support Special Operation Forces (SOF) in contested environments, increasing combat effectiveness and equipping SOF operators with tomorrow's technology, today...

...for Mission Success, like the Harris AN/PRC-163 Army Radio Multi-Channel Handheld, providing simultaneous dual-channel operations and superior crossbanding to support networked voice, data and video up and down echelon. This versatile radio offers a lower-SWaP solution for operators on the move, satisfying multiple mission needs without having to carry several pieces of equipment.

...for Mission Success, e.g. the RO Tactical SATCOM Handheld Radio, based on Harris AssuredReach technology, which goes to extremes to provide on-the-move (OTM), over-the-horizon (OTH) secure voice, data, and position location information in a ruggedized, field-proven handheld communications device.

...for Mission Success, e.g. the company’s ruggedised airborne radio solutions are SWaP-optimised for deployment in rotary or fixed wing aircraft, ground vehicles and unmanned aircraft systems delivering high-speed multiband voice, data and video.

...for Mission Success, like the Harris F5032 Lightweight Night Vision Binocular, a newly released night vision system that delivers a tactical advantage in low-light and no-light combat scenarios and provides improved operational performance and situational awareness.

...for Mission Success with the development of next generation pneumatic and electronically actuated systems, which reduce weight and operate in a cleaner way, prolonging service life and reducing maintenance costs; and a wide portfolio, providing customers thousands of distinct antenna apertures and functions to satisfy the needs for virtually any platform, from military and commercial aircraft, to ships and submarines, to ground vehicles and fixed site applications.

...for Mission Success, e.g. the XL-200P and XL-185P fire and utility radios

...for Spectrum Dominance in electronic warfare (EW) to dominate the electromagnetic spectrum, providing the knowledge, technology and techniques needed for mission success against threats across air, land and sea domains.

...for Spectrum Dominance with Advanced Interference Mitigation System (AIMS), using Harris’ interference cancellation technology to solve the hardest RF interference problems. It is adaptable to provide exactly the right level of performance, matched to the customer’s specific set of problems and constraints.

...for Situational Awareness via SmallSat Solutions, building on Harris’ space and intelligence systems heritage to develop end-to-end smallsat solutions that deliver real value to our mission partners while reducing costs and concept-to-development timelines.

Brian Kindamo

The Harris AN/PRC-163 (formerly RF-335M-STC) delivers dual-channel crossbanding capabilities in a single, SWaP-optimised handheld. Equipped with industry-leading TSM-X Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking (MANET) technology, the radio supports truly seamless and simultaneous networking for over 200 users. (Photo: Harris)

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