Elbit wins contract with European military

Elbit Systems to sell advanced tactical communication system to European military.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

E-Lynx communication system
E-Lynx communication system
Courtesy of Elbit Systems Ltd.

A Haifa-based has won a contract to supply a European military with state-of-the-art tactical communication systems,

Elbit Systems announced on Tuesday that it had signed a one-year, $40 million contract to sell a number of combat radio systems to the military of an unnamed European nation.

The sale includes the CNR9000HDR tactical IP radio system for medium to long range communication; the THF 8000 ‘over the horizon’ communication system for extreme distances that can be configured for use by armored vehicles or infantry units; the PNR-1000 infantry IP radio “E-Lynx” system; and digital intercom systems for combat vehicles.

Elbit boasts the new systems will enable users to have unprecedented levels of “interoperability between combat vehicles” and infantry units, including voice, data, and video communications in a variety of scenarios.

"We are proud to be awarded important contracts from a European customer, for the supply of advanced communication systems which are based on decades of experience and proven radio products and technologies,” said Yehuda Vered, Elbit Systems Land & C4I Division General Manager.