Contract With $25-Million Potential Awarded Rockwell

—Brochure Available A production contract with options for four years to produce fixed-station radio transmitters for the U.S. Navy has been awarded to Rockwell International Corporation's Collins Defense Communications, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

The contract, issued by the U.S.

Navy's Space and Naval Warfare System Command in Washington, D.C., is for production of up to 470 10 kilowatt high-frequency transmitters known as the AN/FRT. The $450,000 initial contract has a potential value of more than $25 million if each of the four production options is exercised.

The AN/FRT is a high-performance HF communications transmitter that features automatic tuning, built-in test capability and synthesized frequency control in the 2.0 to 29.999 MHz spectrum. The AN/ FRT is a derivative of the HF-80 family of HF communications equipment which incudes lkw, 3kw and 10kw transmitters and accessories.

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