European Secure Software-defined Radio

European Secure Software-defined Radio (ESSOR) is a planned European Union (EU) Permanent Structured Cooperation project for the development of common technologies for European military software-defined radio systems, to guarantee the interoperability and security of voice and data communications between EU forces in joint operations, on a variety of platforms.[1][2]

Emojione 2B50.svg Lead Nation
  Participant
  Observer
  Other PESCO states

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  1. ^ http://www.consilium.europa.eu/media/32079/pesco-overview-of-first-collaborative-of-projects-for-press.pdf[bare URL PDF]
  2. ^ Thomas Withington. Talking to Each Other. US Army and USMC Waveforms. // Military Technology. – 2018. - № 10. P. 70 - 73.

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