Rockwell Collins To Provide Talon Radios For Brazilian Army Aircraft
01:02 PM, April 11, 2013
Rockwell Collins has been selected by the Brazilian Army Aviation Command to provide its Talon radio for a variety of rotary aircraft.
“The Talon radio is the standard for enabling secure air-to-ground communications and will enhance mission capability for the Brazilian Army,” said Thierry Tosi, vice president and managing director of the Americas for Rockwell Collins.
Tosi added that in addition to supplying Talon radios, Rockwell Collins will provide in-country service and support for the Brazilian Army. “We will work closely with the Brazilian Army to provide them with a high level of communication technology that benefits them well into the future,” added Tosi.
The Rockwell Collins Talon radio is designed to provide the best value in features, technology and growth capabilities. This series of receiver-transmitters features a digital radio architecture that allows easy reprogramming with different waveforms and operating modes through the use of digital signal processing technology.
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