A Bird in Hand

Baddeley, Adam; Keggler, Johnny
October 2004
Armada International;Oct/Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p38
Discusses developments in the technology used in hand-held radios which provide soldiers with short-range access to inter-operating ground and air units. Information on the Joint Tactical Radio System Cluster 5; Background on Elprof which produces the Racal Panther family of radios used by Romanian armed forces; Effect of increased demand for data communications in the battlefield on the design of hand-held radios.


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