19 December 2019
Barrett Communications has recently previewed the PRC-4090 high-frequency (HF) SDR Transceiver at industry exhibitions DSEI, AUSA and MilCIS. The PRC-4090 is an innovative tactical device that combines advanced software-defined radio...
12 December 2019
Remote weapons stations, or remote-controlled weapons stations, are remotely operated systems that are often equipped with a fire-control system and medium-caliber weapons. As the military arena changes and develops, the...
28 November 2019
Increase in terror threats will drive the development of unmanned ground vehicle technology, says GlobalData
Unmanned ground vehicles are a crucial instrument in military operations, and are deployed in a number of ways on the battlefield. Unmanned ground vehicles operate in contact with the ground,...
18 November 2019
The military landscape is changing rapidly, and technology must advance with it. Demand for soldier modernization looks to be driven by rapid advances in technology, and a need for command,...
20 October 2019
While often overlooked, water systems are a crucial part of any military field setup. ARPA, a specialist in the development of water generation and treatment solutions, is leading the way...
16 September 2019
To ensure optimal use of resources, the ability to track assets on land and sea is vital to mission success.
20 June 2019
ICSG is a US Department of Defense contractor. The company designs, develops and produces intercommunication equipment for the military, with its AN/AYQ-27 system used on the advanced E-2D aircraft. Senior...
5 June 2019
Effective communications systems are critical to military operations. With Barrett Communications’ range of transceivers and supporting equipment, commands are ready to deploy with full support in rapidly changing operational environments...
27 February 2019
Ten refurbished Bushmaster transport vehicles for the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) have been running for more than 12 months with radio systems provided by Barrett Communications. We catch...