Bittium to deliver radio systems to Estonian Defence Forces


Wednesday, 04 September, 2019


Bittium to deliver radio systems to Estonian Defence Forces

Finnish communications company Bittium is set to provide its software-defined Tough SDR radios and Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) to the Estonian Defence Forces, after receiving a purchase order for the technology.

According to Bittium, the wideband and mobile Bittium TAC WIN-compatible radios, which are intended for soldier use and vehicle installation, along with the network, will complement the Defence Force’s existing tactical communications system and help modernise the Estonian Land Forces’ Internet Protocol (IP) data transfer capability and availability.

Bittium will also deliver waveforms, including its wideband TAC WIN waveform and narrowband waveform to improve the radios’ compatibility with different networks and allow operations on different levels and missions.

Bittium will begin delivering the systems this year. The purchase order’s value has not been released at the time of writing.

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