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Reutech Communications at Aero India 2011, Bangalore, India

Written by Communications 26 February 2011.

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Reutech Communications showcases its latest Family Software Defined Radios to the Indian Market.

Aero India 2011 was the 8th International Aerospace and Defence exhibition to be organised by the Ministry of Defence of the Government of India in association with CII. This year over 675 companies, both domestic and International showcased their products and 36 official delegations from across the world were among the industry visitors. The Reutech stall was very well attended through various high profile delegations, industry partners, existing customers and old friends.

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Reutech used the opportunity to introduce their new generation Airborne SDR to their Indian customers. Also on display in the Reutech stall was the full family of multimode, multiband Secure Software Defined Tactical Radios consisting of a Manpack Radio with vehicle adaptor option, Dedicated Vehicle Radio, Airborne Radio and Fixed Installation Radio. All these radios are fully interoperable in advanced Secure, Hopping and Data networks and include the latest in data interfaces such as USB and Bluetooth™ as well as advanced situational awareness features such as internal GPS with automatic position reporting.

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The highly competitive and demanding Indian market has embraced Reutech’s Technologically Advanced Solutions with annual production orders for the last 10 years and standing orders beyond 2012. With this strong track record the Indian Defence Force Modernisation programme offers many opportunities and challenges which Reutech Communications is embracing with the usual innovative South African enthusiasm.

The commitment from Reutech Communications to its products is evidenced in the success of the D-Level Repair Facility established at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Avionics Division in Hyderabad. This facility is maintaining the growing fleet of Reutech products in service on various platforms in the Indian Defence Force which and deployed from the freezing heights of the Siachen glacier to the scorching deserts of Rajasthan.