Rockwell Collins to Provide India’s Radio Modules

17 February 2010 (Last Updated February 17th, 2010 18:30)

Rockwell Collins will provide electronic counter-counter measure (ECCM) radio modules to the Indian military under a contract awarded by Electronics Corporation of India. Under the contract, the component hardware card sets will be integrated into ground-based ultra-high frequency radios

Rockwell Collins will provide electronic counter-counter measure (ECCM) radio modules to the Indian military under a contract awarded by Electronics Corporation of India.

Under the contract, the component hardware card sets will be integrated into ground-based ultra-high frequency radios for use by the Indian Defence for command and control of ground-to-ground and ground-to-air communications.

The company will also supply GPS hand-held receivers, featuring easy-to-use graphical user interfaces and moving maps for portable precision navigation capability.

Rockwell Collins Asia-Pacific vice-president Thud Chee Chan said the proven ECCM technology and GPS systems will enable ECIL to provide a complete secure, high-precision communication system to the Indian Defence.