Radios

Every day around the globe, General Dynamics' radios ensure planes land safely, isolated personnel are found, soldiers communicate securely and first responders have the communications they need to go where no one else can. Our radios are more than tools, they are lifelines.

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  • AN/PRC-112G® CSAR Transceiver

    Features direct, line-of-sight voice and encrypted two-way data communications between the survivor and the rescue forces — with no handoffs required.

  • AN/PRC-154A Rifleman Radio

    Designed to seamlessly connect every rifleman to the combat network, the Rifleman Radio enables voice and data communications for better decisions, safer environments and mission success at the very edge of the battlefield.

  • AN/PRC-155 2-Channel Manpack

    The HMS Manpack radio is the first two-channel, software defined radio capable of network-centric connectivity and legacy interoperability, supporting advanced and current-force waveforms.

  • ATC CM-300/350 V1 & V2 Series VHF/UHF Transmitter/Receiver

    Designed to meet the mission requirements of air traffic control centers, commercial airports, military air stations and range installations. Backed by a new extended warranty, the CM-300 series are based on the proven CM-200 series radios.

  • ATC CM-400/450 V2 Transmitter/Receiver

    Specifically designed to meet the dynamic mission requirements of air traffic control centers, commercial airports, airlines, military air stations, and range installations.

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  • Digital Modular Radio (DMR)

    DMR systems are fully programmable and include embedded software-programmable cryptography, taking the U.S. Navy’s fleet communications into the 21st century.

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  • GPS-112 Program Loader

    Enables the user to easily and quickly load encryption key, datum, frequencies, waypoints, and user I.D. codes into the AN/PRC-112G® and AN/PRC-112B1 transceivers and the Quickdraw2® Interrogators.

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  • HOOK2® Combat Search and Rescue Radios

    The HOOK2 CSAR system provides line-of-sight and over-the-horizon communications directly between downed personnel and their rescuers through a wide range of aircraft and systems.

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  • Line-of-Sight (LOS) Radios

    The URC-200 (V2) provides consistent, high-quality, VHF/UHF AM-FM transmissions in the frequency bands used by maritime, land/mobile and tactical line-of-sight communications, as well as air traffic control operations.

  • LongArm® Remote Control Software for ATC and URC Radios

    A modular, stand alone remote control system designed to provide single or multiple workstation control for the CM-series and URC family of radios.

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  • Pathmaker™ Network Radios

    Provide dynamic wireless, mobile, ad-hoc networking communications without the reliance on network infrastructure. Users become their own network in remote locations where no infrastructure exists or where the infrastructure has become destroyed or overloaded.

  • Personnel Recovery Radios

    General Dynamics’ HOOK2 search and rescue system provides line-of-sight and over-the-horizon communications directly between downed personnel and their rescuers through a wide range of aircraft and systems.

  • PTSH-104 Amplified Audio Speaker

    A versatile, off-the-shelf, powered speaker that connects to most tranceivers and Crypto devices with a standard 5 or 6 pin audio connector.

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  • Quickdraw2 Interrogator

    Quickly plugs into the intercom system of virtually any aircraft, thereby transforming it into a Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) platform.

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  • Rifleman Radio (AN/PRC-154)

    Designed to seamlessly connect every rifleman to the combat network, the Rifleman Radio enables voice and data communications for better decisions, safer environments and mission success at the very edge of the battlefield.

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  • SATCOM Base Station

    The Base Station is a cost-effective solution for assured communications between isolated personnel and rescue forces, while being self-contained, stand-alone, and lightweight.

  • SFF-B 2-Channel Embeddable Radio

    The first embeddable two-channel, software-defined radio capable of network-centric connectivity and legacy interoperability, supporting advanced and current-force waveforms.

  • Sidewinder Vehicle Mount

    Extends the Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW) network to the vehicular environment by connecting a handheld radio, such as AN/PRC-154A Rifleman Radio, with a high-power amplifier in a low-cost vehicle mount configuration.

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  • Tactical Radios

    HMS brings miniaturized software-defined radio technology into small devices such as unattended ground sensors and soldier systems that can overcome size, weight and power constraints.

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  • UHF/VHF Radios

    The URC-200 (V2) provides consistent, high-quality, VHF/UHF AM-FM transmissions in the frequency bands used by maritime, land/mobile and tactical line-of-sight communications, as well as air traffic control operations.

  • Universal Applications Product (UAP) Line

    Low-cost, miniature, low-power commercial computer that can be standalone or connected to radios, computers, and other devices to enable multiple applications, providing disadvantaged users with situational awareness.

  • UPA-55 VHF/UHF RF Power Amplifier

    Enables broadcast ability of up to a full 50 watts in AM or FM in the VHF (115-174 MHz) and UHF (225-420 MHz) bands.

  • URC LOS Antennas

    General Dynamics offers an impressive array of Line-of-Sight (LOS) Transceiver Antennas for the URC-200 and URC-500 Transceivers in virtually every application.

  • URC-200 (V2) LOS Transceiver

    Provides consistent, high-quality, VHF/UHF AM-FM transmissions in the frequency bands used by maritime, land/mobile and tactical line-of-sight communications, as well as air traffic control operations.

  • URC-200 (V2) with 30/90 MHz Frequency Enhancement

    Provides access to the VHF tactical FM band between 30 and 90 MHz, and virtually eliminates the need for additional radios, batteries, and other accessories.

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  • VideoBANDIT™ Suite (VBS)

    Image/video compression and exploitation software suite that facilitates the generation of imagery products and enables their transmission over low-bandwidth, disadvantaged links.

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