In the wake of the Joint Tactical Radio System’s (JTRS) troubles, Harris Corp. is testing a company-funded communications device designed to link helicopters, unmanned aircraft and soldiers. The so-called Harris Airborne Multi-channel Radio (HAMR) is based on the company’s Falcon III multi-band handheld radio and is production ready, says Jeff Perry, vice president of business development at Harris. HAMR is designed to operate two channels of wideband communications, capable of ...
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