The Tactical Radio Market to 2015

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On June 13, DID covered the global expansion of the tactical radio market, esp. in the USA. Analysts at Frost & Sullivan's "Aerospace and Defense Group, U.S. Tactical Military Communications Markets" noted that Department of Defense (DoD) spending for tactical communications was $4.78 billion in 2004 and predicted $5.68 billion by 2010. Meanwhile, Harris Corp. was noting growth in the sector and orders from around the world. Now Forecast International is projecting that defense departments worldwide will spend some $12.88 billion on 28 different surface communications development, acquisition, or maintenance programs over the next decade....

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