DOD awards $50 million contract for digital radios
- By Doug Beizer
- Mar 02, 2009
EF Johnson Technologies Inc. won a $50 million contract from the Defense Department to provide two-way radios, and the company has received its first award under the contract for $5.9 million, company officials announced today.
The company will provide its ES Series Project 25-compliant two-way radios under the contract. Project 25 is a series of standards for digital radios designed to make communications interoperable among various military and first responder groups.
The company’s radios are FIPS-compliant with encryption algorithms to provide security, are submersible and are designed to meet the needs of first responders, according to the company.
EF Johnson is based in Irving, Texas.
Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.