Iran rolls out domestic mobile military communications unit
Iran's defence industry has unveiled a new tactical communications system known as the Sepehr-110.
The mobile unit, developed and built domestically, was shown to Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Commander Maj. Gen. Hossein Salami, who praised the new design and called communications "the brain and nerves of the armed forces," Tasnim News Agency reported.
The system is said to be able to meet the communications needs of commanders at the tactical, operational and strategic levels, and to operate across a broad range of operational conditions. The system can be mounted on military equipment from all three branches of the military, securely transmitting voice data, images and data files.
According to the news agency, the ground-breaking system is "invulnerable to hacks, eavesdropping, radio jamming, and electromagnetic disturbance."
Salami said the Sepehr-110 would allow Iran to "break the monopoly of the great powers in the field of advanced communications technologies."