C-AT has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy to provide 51 ICRI-CC interoperability devices, which will be used to cross-patch conventional and trunked land mobile radios, cellular phones, landline phones, satellite phones and radio over IP devices, according to the company. A new features enables remote computer control of the device, which operates on AC or DC power or on 8 AA batteries (30 hours of battery life) and which maintains all cross-banding capabilities in low-power mode.