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Simulinc have been conducting simulator training courses for over 20 years and our instructional staff have an unrivalled background in simulator training and testing.

The New Generation of HF SDR

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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
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June’s top news stories

Raytheon agreed to a merger deal with United Technologies (UT), US GAO rejected ATEC’s protest against ITEP contract award to GE and New Zealand announced plans to pull its troops from Iraq. Army-Technology.com wraps up key stories from June 2019.

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