Technical Communications Corporation (NasdaqCM: TCCO) has received a contract valued at approximately $870,000 for its military-grade
DSP 9000 radio encryption
for use by the Afghanistan military. The contract is from Datron World Communications, Inc., a global supplier of radio communications equipment. As part of the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) relationship, TCC will provide its DSP 9000 Handset and DSP 9000 Implant Board. The DSP 9000 Implant Board will be embedded in Datron radios. TCC expects to complete delivery of the order during the company’s 2014 fiscal year. TCC began deploying the DSP 9000 for use in Afghanistan more than five years ago.
Carl H. Guild, Jr., President and CEO at Technical Communications Corporation, said, “Being selected once again by our customer to secure the radio communications network in Afghanistan using our DSP 9000 confirms our solution’s operational performance, customization capability, and flexibility to support various applications.”
The DSP 9000 universal secure radio encryption family operates with most radio makes and models, and all frequency bands, as well as seamlessly overlays on existing voice networks for cost effective end-to-end secure communications. It also has the unique capability to securely connect allied forces across theaters on a global scale regardless of their communications equipment. With the DSP 9000, U.S. and NATO, and Afghan forces can communicate securely during tactical operations. The DSP 9000 has proven in-use performance with government agencies and armed forces around the world, including major deployments in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia. Configurations are available to secure airborne, naval, manpack and land vehicle applications.
About Technical Communications Corporation
For over 50 years, TCC has specialized in superior-grade secure communications systems and customized solutions, supporting our
best-in-class criteria, to protect highly sensitive voice, data and video transmitted over a wide range of networks. Government entities, military agencies and corporate enterprises in 115 countries have selected TCC's proven security to protect their communications. Learn more:
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