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Ultralife Corporation
2000 Technology Parkway
NY 14513
[t] +1 315 332 7100
[f] +1 315 331 7800
Land Warrior Battery and Charger Order from DoD
04 June, 2010
Ultralife will supply lithium ion rechargeable batteries with charger systems for use in military vehicles and by individual soldiers
Ultralife Corporation - Wearable Power Competition
16 October, 2008
Ultralife Corporation Finishes First Among Battery Entries in Wearable Power Competition; Fourth Overall. Demonstrates High-Capacity, Lightweight Solution with Li/CFx-MnO2 Technology
Ultralife Corp. - Successful development and delivery of MRC-201 fuel-cell charger
04 October, 2008
Ultralife Corporation, in association with Lynntech, Inc. and the Army's Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC), today announced the successful completion of a 12-month (Milestone 1) development effort and a scheduled (November) delivery of its prototype MRC-201 fuel-cell charger to the CERDEC facility at the Aberdeen Proving Ground located near Aberdeen, Maryland for further testing and evaluation.
Tactical Repeater enables Greater Bandwith in Handheld Radios
30 September, 2008
Fast Deployment of Mission-Critical Communications Networks using Multi-band Handheld Radios Operating in Full-duplex Mode
Linking Two Separate Radio Frequencies Extends Radio System Interoperability
30 September, 2008
McDowell Research, an Ultralife company,has introduced the MRC-200AL Tactical Link Repeater System (TLRS), designed for portability and first-responder use with multi-band handheld radios. The TLRS uses the Thales MBITR AN/PRC-148 radio.
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