The head of the marketing department of the Voronezh-based Vega scientific institute, Valerian Kislenko, said the system was tested at the plant and was planned to undergo state tests next year.
The system will ensure high-quality communication, and it will be technically impossible for an enemy to jam it fully, he said, adding that the model was developed by the Voronezh-based institute on its initiative. It may be used by all kinds of forces, for example for communication between field troops and headquarters. It may be carried even by an aerostat, Kislenko said.
State tests are planned for 2015, if a customer is ready to buy it and begin test operation, he said.
Moscow hosts an international exhibition of means of state security provision Interpolitex which puts on display innovative machinery and promising developments for law enforcement agencies.
Rosoboronexport, Russia's main weapons-exporting company, shows more than a hundred models of weapons and special security equipment. A show of special machinery promoted on the foreign market will be staged at a firing range in Moscow regional town of Krasnoarmeisk.
The exposition is held at All-Russia Exhibition Center, a leading Moscow exhibition venue, involving 64 companies from 19 countries in Europe, Asia and America.