Irving, Texas-based EF Johnson Technologies has received a $10 million contract from the Yukon government. The contract calls for the company to provide its Project 25 compliant Conventional IP25 infrastructure system along with its Project 25 compliant portable and mobile radios and accessories.

"Our conventional Project 25 infrastructure system has an excellent reputation," says Michael Jalbert, chairman and chief executive officer of EF Johnson Technologies. "Using industry-standard Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology, our Conventional IP25 system provides a secure, reliable, and scalable infrastructure. We are firmly committed to supporting both trunked and conventional systems."

According to Jalbert, the customer has 43 radio sites throughout the 186,000-square-mile territory. Over-the-air rekeying (OTAR) capability provides control over all of the P25 radios in the system, and P25 data capabilities of the radios will enable greater flexibility.

For more information visit www.efji.com.

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