Ministry of Protection, BEL ink pact for the procurement of a contemporary marine radio system

The Ministry of Defense signed a contract with Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) on Monday to procure a software-defined radio tactical ship system valued at over 1,000 rupees. This comes from an official statement.

The procurement of SDR-Tac (Software-Defined Radio Tactical) “will add strategic depth to the armed forces,” the Defense Department said in a statement.

The SDR-Tac is a 4-channel multimode, multiband, 19-inch rack-mountable radio system defined by ship software.

“It is intended to serve voice and data communications from ship to ship, ship to land and ship to air for network-centric operations,” the statement said.

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