AN/PSC-5(V) Shadowfire  
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Unitary Cost: USD$500,000
Also Known As: AN/PSC-5 Spitfire and AN/PSC-5D
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Raytheon
Parent System: AN/PSC-5 Shadowfire
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Description: The AN/PSC-5(V) Shadowfire is a lightweight, secure, network-capable, UHF and VHF band, Line-of-Sight, SATCOM (satellite broadcasting), anti-jam, voice/imagery/data, manpack radio terminal. The PSC-5 radio reduces the warfighter's burden when he operates in the networks of the modern digitized battlefield. The baseline PSC-5 radio is known as Spitfire. The PSC-5 is easy to use and to maintain thanks to its modularity and a built-in tester. It features HAVE QUICK anti-jam communications and SINCGARS (SINgle Channel Ground and Air Radio System) for airborne operations. The PSC-5 can be installed on ships, vehicles, aircraft and fixed-stations.

On 19 October 2006, Raytheon was awarded a $36 million contract for the supply of 746 AN/PSC-5D multi-band, multi-mission radios to the US Army.

AN/PSC-5(V) Shadowfire Specifications

Height: 80 millimeter (3.15 inch)
Length: 330 millimeter
Width: 270 millimeter (10.6 inch)
Weight: 8.20 kilogram (18.1 pound)
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