URC Line Of Sight Antennas
Family Of Multi-Use, Multi-Choice Antennas
The URC Line-of-Sight (LOS) Transceiver antennas and accessories support manpack, fixed site and mobile operations, providing support to our URC-200 and URC-500 transceivers in virtually every application. Our family of URC LOS antennas and Accessories include:
- Dual-band antennas
- Tri-band antennas
- Spring loaded designs
- UVU-100: Manpack antenna for backpack configuration
- UVU-115: Mobile or base station whip antenna and mount
- UVU-130: Mobile or base station whip antenna and mount
- UVU-200: Dual-band base station antenna
- UVU-300: Tri-band base station antenna
- UVL-100: Manpack antenna for 30 to 90 MHz backpack configuration
- UVL-150: Vehicle mounted, 30 to 90 MHz spring-loaded antenna
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General Dynamics Mission Systems to Provide Federal Aviation Administration with Radios for Backup Emergency Air Traffic Control CommunicationsMarch 04, 2021The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has chosen General Dynamics Mission Systems to provide new URC-300E transceivers as part of their Emergency Transceiver Replacement (ETR) program.October 26, 2020The URC-300 is a versatile platform that supports multiple waveforms and provides exceptional radio frequency (RF) performance to support ground-to-air, line-of-sight and other mission critical applications.October 09, 2020Fairfax, VA. – General Dynamics Mission Systems will be one of four our business units of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) participating in the Association of the U.S. Army’s 2020 Annual Meeting & Exposition, held virtually October 13 -16.October 08, 2020General Dynamics is pleased to announce that its new URC-300™ radio has completed European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) European Standard (EN) 300 676 testing and is now in full compliance with all 25kHz and 8.33kHz VHF specifications.
General Dynamics Mission Systems at AFA’s Virtual Air, Space & Cyber Conference: Air, Space & Cyber Forces in the FightSeptember 10, 2020General Dynamics Mission Systems will be a part of the Air Force Association’s 2020 Virtual Air, Space and Cyber Conference to highlight capabilities that allow the Air Force and Space Force to maintain dominance across multiple domains.August 27, 2020Dawn Bushnell, product manager of ground-to-air radio systems from General Dynamics Mission Systems discusses the URC-300, the latest radio for air traffic control communications in any situation.