Active in ESSOR and Polish Army Modernisation Programmes
Radmor SA – part of Poland’s WB Group since 2011 – supplies modern, effective communications equipment to the Polish army and the international defence market.
The company’s military offerings include the COMP@N range of software defined radios (SDR), R35010 personal radios, 3501 handheld radios, V3501 vehicle sets and F@STNET radios – both manpack and vehicular. A comprehensive range of accessories is offered for these radios. Radmor is also an integrator of the TETRA and DMR radio communication systems non-military markets. Furthermore, the company participates in a number of European research and development programmes, such as the European Secure Software Defined Radio (ESSOR) project, and in the Polish Army’s tactical radio communications modernisation programme.
WB Group companies – including WB Electronics, Radmor, Arex, MindMade and Flytronic, are active in national defence and security markets, offering modern, comprehensive solutions for national and international armed forces in such areas as communication, command, reconnaissance and automated fire control systems, unmanned systems of various classes, IT systems and cybersecurity as well as modernisation of military equipment.
Radmor’s COMP@N family of SDR are multi-band devices that enable cooperation between different units – military and civil – in any crisis situation. The common hardware platform allows for implementation of waveforms that enable smooth transition between classic systems (STANAG 4204, STANAG 4205) and modern battle management systems. Waveforms can be proposed by Radmor or designed according to the end user’s requirements.
The company currently offers three waveforms: H07 (AM/FM, 100 hop/s); H08 (AM/FM, 300 hop/s); and H09 (IP, NBWF) for a frequency range of 20-510 MHz. These handheld radios, when connected with vehicle adapter and power amplifier, can create mobile or stationary radio stations.
The COMP@N platform is designed for both regular troops and Poland’s Territorial Defence Forces. In both cases, it will allow communication within the operator’s unit or cooperation with other units and troops.