JTRS GMRs In Boeing's Ovens

February 2008
Armada International;Feb/Mar2008, Issue 1, p50
The article reports on the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Ground Mobile Radio Engineering Design Models project of Boeing. In support of the Joint Program Executive Lancer Systems project, Boeing will provide incremental software. Its plan to test the Internet-capable radio models is also mentioned.


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