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]

Lead Nation
  Participant
  Observer
  Other PESCO states

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References


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