Radionor Communications develops and produce the next generation tactical broadband radios based on phased array technology.
When you need high data capacity, ultralong range and reliable and jamming resilient communication, the Cordis Array II is the leading technology in the field. The Cordis Array II is based on the most recent developments in highly advanced digital array technology that supersedes conventional radios, like MIMO, in capability. The digital array technology has until now been used for advanced radar technology, but now, Radionor Communications brings this type of advanced beamforming technology into tactical communication systems for military operations. The technology gives a highly directive and extremely thin antenna beam which is key to important features like power concentration for long range robustness, low electromagnetic footprint and robustness against jamming. The capability of the technology makes it ideal for installations on aircraft, UAVs, ships, vehicles and soldiers.
Our technology has been proven to offer unique capabilities for land-, sea-, air-, cyber-domain and other critical functions. The technology provides unmatched range, mesh and stability and is ideal for high-mobility operations.
We are proud to have delivered our technology for operational use by several NATO countries and allies.
Radionor Communications is committed to deliver tactical broadband radios with unmatched capabilities which is reliable even when everything else fails. Our technology has proved to be an exceptionally reliable capability under the most severe conditions.
Radionor Communications receives innovation prize from NATO Communications and Information Agency
Radionor Communications has received the Defence Innovation Challenge prize that is awarded by NATO Communications and Information Agency. The company wins the prize for innovative products for long range tactical wireless broadband based on phased array technology. Radionor Communications is one of 10 companies that received the prize of a total of 48 nominees. The prize is aimed at accelerating transformational, state-of-the-art technology solutions from small business and academia in support of NATO C4ISR and cyber capabilities.
"This challenge affirms that the cutting edge technology we need to stay ahead of emerging threats is out there, and we are committed to finding innovative ways to connect with the small businesses and academic institutions that lack visibility within NATO but have much to offer the Alliance," says NCI Agency General Manager Koen Gijsbers."