This development and associated product will open the way for full implementation of the new VLF STANAG 4724 and provide both NATO and closely allied nations an upgrade path for partial or full future REM mode implementations
George Howe Drumgrange Managing Director stated:
“This development solidifies Drumgrange’s position within the VLF/LF domain and shows our commitment to both existing and prospective customers by continuing to develop products in what is a very niche and highly specialised technological area. This unique product will provide increased capabilities, both now and in the future, for NATO, closely allied nations and other National VLF/LF programmes”.
Drumgrange has been actively involved in VLF Submarine Broadcast Strategic Communications since the 1980s having developed bespoke items of equipment that span the entire VLF communications chain from headquarters, transmitter sites, to the submarine platforms. We continue to support, refine and refresh those systems via long term contracts with National Governments, NATO and Prime Contractors.
Drumgrange is a thriving independent UK systems engineering house with a proven track record for the rapid realisation of demanding defence industry design tasks combined with high quality manufacturing. Drumgrange is expert in the integration of existing technology to create successful, cost effective solutions and is backed by the full range of in house support services. In addition, Drumgrange supplies an expanding range of UK quality specialised off the shelf products to worldwide commercial and defence markets. Drumgrange products are in service with the UK Armed Forces at home and overseas, NATO forces and Foreign Militaries.
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Tanya Price, Marketing Manager e-mail: email@example.com tel: 01932 581100Posted: Tuesday, March 28, 2017