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Sunair has received the contract for the supply of nineteen 10 Kilowatt High Power Transmitter Systems towards the NATO BRASS Turkey program.
Sunair was announced winner for Annexes A and C of the Reverse Auction RP 002/2014 conducted by the Brazilian Naval Commission in Europe for the provision of 125 Watt and 1 Kilowatt HF Equipment.
Sunair was announced winner for Annexes A and C of the Reverse Auction RP 001/2013 conducted by the Brazilian Naval Commission in Europe for the provision of 125 Watt and 1 Kilowatt HF Equipment.
Sunair is pleased to announce that its RT-9000 radios are now featured in the Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum, showcasing its place in rich history of the vessel.
Sunair has received an order from the USMC for RT-9000 Transceivers, LPA-9600 1kW Amplifiers and F-9800 Pre-Selector/Post-Selectors as part of ongoing upgrades to its 1 Kilowatt HF Systems.
Sunair has received an order from an American defense contractor for the updating of a foreign Border Air Surveillance System.
Sunair looks forward to exhibiting at MILCOM 2012 in Orlando, Florida (29 October - 1 November 2012).
In 2011, Sunair will be attending or exhibiting at the following conventions:
Sunair is pleased to announce the debut of a new logo and website that promotes our image in the HF and defense communications industry as a modern and innovative organization.
Sunair is pleased to welcome a delegation from the Tunisian Navy for a two-week intensive training program on products purchased in 2010 for a fleet-wide communications upgrade.
Sunair is pleased to participate for the first time in the national ‘Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work’ Day efforts.
Sunair is pleased to announce its move into a new headquarters that houses engineering, manufacturing, and business operations under one roof.
Sunair has received an order from the Brazilian Commission for Aerospace Control (CISCEA) for Strategic HF Systems Upgrade across the three coastal cities of Belem, Recife, and Rio de Janeiro.