Giving Peace a Chance with Ad Hoc Radios

Withington, Thomas
October 2011
Armada International;Oct/Nov2011, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p20
The article features some of the companies that supply state-of-the-art radios to United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations worldwide. Barrett Communications of Australia has been supplying the UN with high frequency single band radios which are outfitted to perform UN standards. Thales provide the UN with the St@r Mille UHF radio which is interoperable, while Rockwell Collins supplies the UN with ground radio systems that provide fixed site communications.


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