Radionor Communications was founded in 2000 and has since then developed next generation phased array technology for ultralong range broadband connectivity and high-accuracy localization. We deliver highly specialized products and systems for customers in need of ultralong range data links for military, aerospace and unmanned-, vessels, aircraft and vehicles.
Picture: We are proud to support troops with fielded and combat proven tactical communications, that enables ultralong range, high bandwidth and robust command and control link.
Radionor Communications provides cutting-edge communication technology for increased situation awareness in tactical missions. Our technology gives critical information over extreme distances under the most sever conditions when everything else fails. Our mission is to develop cutting-edge radio technology that will increase mission safety and effectiveness for air, land and sea units, and other functions with critical needs.
All equipment provided by Radionor Communications is subject to Norwegian export control restrictions, to ensure that the use is in line with Norwegian regulations regarding the end-use of the technology. See www.eksportkontroll.no for details.
Quality and environmental commitment
Radionor Communications is committed to continuous improvement and development in regard to quality and our environmental footprint. We are ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 27001:2017 certified company.
This commitment now serves as the basis of our company principles and policies. Our sustainability system, developed in-house, has been designed to specifically align with these UN sustainability goals:
Due to high growth for several years, Radionor is proud to, once again, be recognized as a "Gaselle" company. The Gaselle companies are the fastest growing and most successful companies in Norway.
Radionor Communications is searching for the best talents within advanced RF design, antenna design, FPGA signal processing and embedded programming.
We are searching for those of you with a special interest in electronics and programming – whether you are a radio amateur or a computer nerd. If you have done your own projects, useful or crazy, with design of electronics or software, we would like to get to know you.
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