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BEL signs MoU with Sigtech Wireless Technologies

BEL has signed an MoU with Sigtech Wireless Technologies for the manufacture of digital mobile radio (Tier-II) for Paramilitary and Defence
Lucknow: Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sigtech Wireless Technologies Private Limited for the manufacture of Digital Mobile Radio (Tier-II) for Paramilitary and Defence. The design and development of digital mobile radio, as per ETSI standards, has been carried out by Sigtech Wireless Technologies Private Limited in India.

Sigtech Wireless Technologies Private Limited

Sigtech Wireless Technologies Private Limited, an Indian company, is engaged in the design and development of digital mobile radio (DMR) hand-held radios and mobile station. The company is also involved in the design of professional mobile radio (PMR), TETRA radios and long term evolution (LTE) technologies. SIGTECH Wireless Technologies Private Limited has a highly skilled team with expertise in protocol stack development, digital signal processing, embedded systems, networking, wireless gateways, and security.

DefExpo 2020

DefExpo 2020 has covered a lot of ground in creating an environment where Indian industry forged partnerships through MoUs, ToT agreements for innovation and manufacturing. Bandhan ceremony on February 7th witnessed the launch of 13 products including Light Utility Helicopter by HAL, Sharang 155 mm Arty gun by OFB among others. More than 120 MoUs between DPSUs, private and global defence manufacturing companies were signed (71 MoUs were signed on Feb 6th), making it the most successful such event to be held in India.  Among those MoUs signed, 23 of them were by Uttar Pradesh Government.  These MoUs envisage Rs 50,000 crores investment in the defence corridor set up in the state and generate 3 lakh job opportunities.