The German Bundeswehr has awarded RUAG with a “Multinational Interoperable Radio Connection Point” contract to meet an immediate operational requirement and is supplying 55 interoperable communications solutions based on the Tactical Access Node (TAN) device type.
The German Bundeswehr will be able to ensure technically flawless cooperation with RUAG’s “Multinational Interoperable Radio Connection Point”.
A total of 55 TANs are to be supplied by RUAG to the German Bundeswehr , each with three receptacles for radios to be connected and three antenna systems.
This provides a modular, robust, and highly mobile solution for all German Bundeswehr operational scenarios, similar to the NATO Enhanced Forward Presence in Lithuania, where RUAG’s TAN has been deployed since 2017 already.
The core of the system is RUAG’s Tactical Access Node (TAN), transmit interoperable, secure voice and data communications and are intended for both highly mobile and stationary use.
As a field-proven solution, RUAG’s TAN has demonstrated its functionalities in various fields of application already.
Embedded in special containers that are designed for operation, transport and storage, the TAN ensures communication between various radio and data systems.
The latest contract allows RUAG to continue making important contributions to ensuring interoperable communications for the German Bundeswehr and its partners – both in national and multi-national operations.
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