Powered by MOMENTUM MEDIA
Powered by MOMENTUM MEDIA

Website Notifications

Get notifications in real-time for staying up to date with content that matters to you.

Barrett Communications wins Canadian defence contract

Perth-based company Barrett Communications has announced that it has secured a multiyear contract to supply the Canadian National Defence Department with very high frequency radio communications equipment.

Perth-based company Barrett Communications has announced that it has secured a multiyear contract to supply the Canadian National Defence Department with very high frequency radio communications equipment.

The awarding of the contract follows on from a contract of the same variety in 2016.

Advertisement
Advertisement

“We have many exciting developments and contracts coming from the America’s right now,” Andrew Burt, Barrett Communications CEO, said.

“We are pleased to have secured this contract demonstrating the confidence the Canadian DND has in Barrett Communications equipment.”

The Barrett PRC-2080+ VHF radio systems are designed for multi-role military applications, providing rugged-reliable, field-proven communications.

SPONSORED CONTENT

 

The PRC-2080+ system is offered in hand portable, manpack, vehicle, base and rebroadcast system configurations, giving flexibility for its deployment in the field. 

Established in 1976, Barrett Communications designs, manufactures and markets HF and VHF radio equipment for specialised, autonomous, medium and long distance radio communications.

Its head office for design and manufacturing is located in Perth, Western Australia.

Barrett Communications wins Canadian defence contract
Canadian_Barrett.jpg
lawyersweekly logo

more from defence connect

Jul 3 2020
Defence strategy is a good beginning, but there needs to be more support
When viewed in isolation, the recently announced Defence Strategy Update and supporting $270 billion...
Jul 3 2020
Strategist concurs, it is time for Australia to defend itself
Acclaimed defence policy expert Paul Dibb, author of the 1986 Dibb report, has applauded the Prime M...
FROM THE WEB
Recommended by Spike Native Network