Rockwell Collins has announced Taiwan as the first international customer for its AR-1500 networked communications airborne radio. Taiwan’s Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) will build the radios under a manufacturing license agreement.
Country-specific waveforms can be customized and installed into the AR-1500 while conforming to the latest software-defined radio architecture. This enhances the security of the system.
“The AR-1500 builds upon our proven airborne communications technology and brings the critical level of security that our customers rely on to achieve their missions,” said Troy Brunk, vice president and general manager, Communication, Navigation and Electronic Warfare Solutions for Rockwell Collins.
The AR-1500 is a member of Rockwell Collins’ TruNet™ family of radios, providing secure transfer of data, voice and imagery between ground and airborne elements during missions.
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