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BEL bags TN police order for networking

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BANGALORE, July 1

BHARAT Electronics Ltd (BEL)has received a prestigious order from the Tamil Nadu Government to supply and install a State-wide digital microwave communication network for its police on turnkey basis. The contract is worth Rs 8.02 crore and BEL will also commission the 2-ghz, 120-channel system, according to a release here.

The 28-link network will enable high quality transmission and networking of speech, data and fax messages among all district HQs and Chennai.

BEL will completed the contract, including the system design and manufacture of 8-mb microwave radios, antenna, multiplexers and exchanges along with towers and power supply system, in a relatively short seven months, the defence PSU said.

In the 1970s, BEL also designed for the TN police the country's first ever police analog microwave network in the country from Madras to Madurai. It was also involved in the expansion and upgradation of the network.

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