Feds give Johnson $1.2 million P25 order
The E. F. Johnson company has received a $1.2 million order for Project 25 digital radio products from an unspecified agency of the federal government.
The agency ordered 100W mobile radios with hand-held controllers from Johnson, a subsidiary of Lincoln, NE-based Transcrypt International. Transcrypt’s chairman, Michael E. Jalbert, said that the company previously supplied such radios to the federal government and expects additional orders.
David L. Hattey, Johnson’s president, said that the company’s market share of federal government sales has increased thanks to the P25 product line.