Harris Corporation has received a $161 million contract to supply electronic jammers to protect U.S. Navy and Australian F/A-18 Hornet aircraft against electronic threats.
Under a contract announced on February 8, the US Department of defense said Harris will manufacture and deliver 86 Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures AN/ALQ-214 A(V)4/5 Onboard Jammer systems for the F/A-18 aircraft.
The ALQ-214(V)4/5 is the key onboard electronic warfare jamming system for the IDECM program and protects the aircraft from sophisticated electronic threats, including modern integrated air defense systems.
In addition, this option provides for the procurement of eight WRA1 A(V)4 receiver/processors and seven WRA2 A(V)4 modulators. This option exercise is in support of the Navy and the government of Australia, the statement says.
Work will be performed in Clifton, New Jersey; San Jose, California; San Diego, California; Rancho Cordova, California); Mountain View, California (3 percent); and various locations throughout the continental U.S., and is expected to be completed in May 2021, the statement added.
Harris Corporation has won a contract to provide battlefield communication systems to US Army Security Force Assistance Brigades (SFABs). Harris will provide a full battlefield solution including its Falcon III AN/PRC-152A Wideband Networking Handheld Radios and AN/PRC-117G Multiband Networking Manpack Radios, as well as its AN/PRC-160 High Frequency Manpack Radios, the company said in a statement Wednesday
Harris Corporation has won a $133 million contract to supply electronic jammers to U.S
Harris Radio Frequency Communications is being awarded a $765 million contract for procurement of portable radios and ancillary parts for the US Navy and Marine Corps. The procurement includes fielding of handheld, manpack, fixed mount/vehicular and base station radios that fulfill Office of the Chief of Naval Operations approved legacy tactical, portable radio requirements, US Department of Defense said in a statement Monday
Harris Corp has been awarded a $44 million modification contract for production of the Counter Communication System Block 10.2
Harris Corp has won $50 million contract for engineering services applicable to the AN/ALQ-172 countermeasures system. This contract provides for non-recurring engineering services that include AN/ ALQ-172 systems test product engineering; test program set/test program interface hardware development, sustainment, testing and evaluation related to system; line replaceable unit; shop replaceable units and component issues, as well as associated technical documents and/or technical orders, the US department of defense said in a statement Friday
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