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DRS Technologies, Inc. (Canada) announced that its DRS Flight Safety and Communications unit, based in Carleton Place, Ontario, has been awarded a $2.8 million contract from Ingalls Shipbuilding, a division of Litton Industries, Inc., in Pascagoula, Mississippi, to provide Centralized Communications Systems for retrofit installation on frigates destined for the Armada of the Republic of Venezuela.
For this contract, DRS will supply its Shipboard Integrated Communications (SHINCOM) 2100 system, which features a highly reliable, dual homing architecture initially developed for the Canadian Navy, currently deployed on the USS George Washington aircraft carrier, and in use on board several international surface platforms, including frigates, destroyers and logistics support ships.
The SHINCOM 2100 system utilizes Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS)-based hardware and software for integrated centralized shipboard communications. The system's ability to access integrated radio and interior circuits, in addition to its extensive secure conference network and dual homing capabilities, provide an affordable and comprehensive ship communications solution for technology migration into the next century. The system's proven operational performance and reliability is readily adaptable for a broad range of international surface ship applications.
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