Brazil Buys E-LynX Radio by Elbit Systems for Its Marine Corps

BRASILIA, (BM) – Elbit Systems will supply E-LynX radios to the Brazilian Marine Corps (CFN), learned, quoting Israel Defense.

The radios will be integrated as part of the SIC²CFN project designed to improve the Corps’ C4ISR capabilities.

Read more: India Will Use the Rafael BNET Software on All Its Combat Aircrafts

The deal reportedly involves PNR-1000 soldier radios, MCTR-7200HH handheld radios, and MCTR-7200-V550 vehicular radios, as well as auxiliary equipment.

Under the $40-million SIC²CFN project, Elbit supplied the Brazilian Marine Corps with a variety of systems and technologies, including battlefield management systems and the SMARTmr-M – a tactical multimedia router and application server for mobile platforms and command posts. Deliveries of all systems pertaining to the project are expected to be completed by October 2019.

Read more: The German Army Buys E-LynX Soldier Radios In Handheld and Vehicular Configurations

Elbit recently won a contract to supply E-LynX soldier radios to the German Army.

Follow us everywhere and at any time. has responsive design and you can open the page from any computer, mobile devices or web browsers. For more up-to-date news from us, follow our Reddit, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook pages. Do not miss the chance to subscribe to our newsletter.

>>Be a reporter: Write and send your article.<<
Editorial team
Source: Israel Defense


Dear reader, continues to be an objective and expert source of information in defense industry, military-political relations and military conflicts around the world.

Now more than ever, we need free and independent journalism. We believe that information shouldn't be behind a paid wall and we will continue to commit to keeping it free.

We know that our readers appreciate the content of In the last year, the indicators on our page have doubled. At the same time, the support of readers in the form of recurring monthly financial contributions provides continuous support for our work, which allows us to innovate.

We are more confident than ever in our role bridging media, policy, and the public. We thank you for your support.

Your recurring monthly financial contributions help us innovate for the future. Please, consider making a recurring contribution to