UK Royal Marines have successfully tested the laser-guided Lightweight Multirole Missile (LMM) missile...
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RRT Supports US Military Exercises in High Desert, California
Radio Reconnaissance Technologies (RRT) supported US Military exercises in the High Desert of California last month. The company was asked to conduct spectrum monitoring operations using their THiEF RDF system during squad level urban exercises.
THiEF Tactical Handheld Emitter Finder
THiEF is a completely new state-of-the-art, microminiature, fully integrated, signal intercept and directional line-of-bearing system designed to prosecute VHF and
UHF, analog, single-channel, push-to-talk radio transmitters.
Switch and Router Subsystems Onboard Amphibious Assault Vehicle
The US Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) required an IP network backbone upgrade for the AAVC-7A1, the command variant of the US Marine Corps (USMC) amphibious assault vehicle.
Royal Marines test Lightweight Multirole Missile system
UK Royal Marines have successfully tested the laser-guided Lightweight Multirole Missile (LMM) missile system, using it to shoot down a Banshee target drone.
Critical HF and VHF Communications Equipment for the Nepalese Army
Barrett Communications has played a small but valuable role in improving the Nepalese Army's ability to provide communications that support humanitarian and disaster relief (operations.
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