Ground-to-Air Radio Systems
Trusted Globally For Reliable Ground-to-Air Communications
Since 1992 our Air Traffic Control (ATC) radios have provided clear, reliable, ground-to-air communications to meet the dynamic communication requirements of air traffic control centers, commercial airports, and military air stations and range installations. With over 10,000 radios delivered, they are the first radios deployed in the National Airspace System (NAS) to support VoIP global standards, and have quickly become the preferred choice of the FAA and DoD to replace legacy radios.
Air Traffic Control Radio Simulcast System
Watch how our Simulcast System expands radio coverage and provides a scalable solution to resolve your ground to air coverage gap issues.
CM-300/350 Air Traffic Control Radios
Air Traffic Control (ATC) radios need to keep pace with the demanding volume of air traffic. Knowing that your ATC radios can perform well in a high stress environment helps to make your job a little less stressful.
According to the latest FAA Fielded Reliability Report, the CM-300/350 V2 radios average 695,000 hours Fielded Mean Time Between Failure (FMTBF) across 266 operational terminal sites monitored, making them one of the most reliable ATC radios in the world.
General Dynamics Mission Systems Awarded Contract for Continued Procurement of U.S. Navy Digital Modular Radio
With more than 700 DMR radios deployed across the U.S. Navy’s fleet, General Dynamics continues its commitment to provide the Navy with new and innovative radio technologies, developing next-generation communications that support the ever-evolving mission needs of sailors operating around the world.
At the 2018 AFCEA West Conference and Exposition, General Dynamics is showcasing its portfolio of innovative technologies, capabilities and platforms designed to strengthen the combined capabilities of the U.S. Navy and the Marines Corp today and tomorrow.
General Dynamics Mission Systems’ URC-200 Line-of-Sight radios were recently deployed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to aid in relief efforts in St. Thomas following hurricane Irma. The radios were part of the FAA’s mobile Air Traffic Control (ATC) towers and provided critical ground-to-air radio communications for relief planes at St. Thomas airport.