CONCORD, MA, February 14, 2011 – Technical Communications Corporation (NasdaqCM: TCCO), an international communications security and encryption technology company, has received an order valued at approximately $1.1 million for further expansion of its DSP 9000 radio encryptor deployments in Afghanistan. This order was received from Datron World Communications, Inc., a global supplier of HF/VHF tactical communications equipment, and represents another step in the equipping of the Afghan forces by TCC. Deliveries for the new order are planned to be completed in TCC’s 2011 fiscal year. This new order follows similar orders valued at approximately $5.2 million in the aggregate received from Datron in October and December of 2010.
The DSP 9000 family of radio encryptors for HF, VHF, and UHF radios are rugged, field grade products with a proven track record of over 15 years of in-use performance with many government agencies and armed forces around the world. The DSP 9000 comes in several models, configurable for airborne, naval, man-pack, land vehicle and police applications. For more information on the DSP 9000 product line and its applications, please visit our web site at www.tccsecure.com.
About Technical Communications Corporation
TCC designs, manufactures, and supports superior grade secure communications systems that protect highly sensitive information transmitted over a wide range of data, voice and fax networks. TCC’s security solutions protect information privacy on every continent in over 115 countries. Government agencies, militaries, financial institutions, telecommunications carriers and multinational corporations worldwide rely on TCC to protect their communications networks.
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