Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Irving-based EF Johnson Technologies receives US Department of Defense contract
Not really at liberty to say who or what exactly, you know how it is.
IRVING Irving-based EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. has received a contract for a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) customer. The contract, valued at $.9 million, calls for the company to provide its award-winning ES Series Project 25 compliant mobile radios and accessories.
"Military users need interoperable, reliable, rugged, standards-based communications solutions," said Michael Jalbert, president and chief executive officer of EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. "Our award-winning ES Series of mobile radios meet the military specifications for extreme temperatures, vibration, and shock. They have passed interoperability tests at government facilities, in independent test labs, in the labs of our competitors, and in everyday field use. The Enhanced (AMBE+2) P25 Vocoder provides loud, clear digital audio that filters out background noise which is important for personnel in sensitive situations. The over-the-air programming (OTAP) capability of these radios enables you to provision new radio personalities without having to send the radios to a service shop. Radios are programmed over the air, which saves considerable time and administrative costs."
EF Johnson Technologies focuses on innovating, developing and marketing the highest quality secure communications solutions to organizations whose mission is to protect and save lives. The company's customers include first responders in public safety and public service, the federal government, and industrial organizations. The company's products are marketed under the EFJohnson, 3e Technologies International, and Transcrypt International names. For more information, visit the website.
Source: EF Johnson Technologies
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