Anstadt, Ohio, will pay the winning bidder more than $1 million in a auction for a communications equipment auction in which it received a winning bid of $2,022,944.
The equipment was purchased by the U.S. Navy and delivered to Anstadt in August 2019.
In February, the Navy ordered the equipment.
The contract was valued at $3,829,938.
The bidding for the equipment was conducted by Anstadt Communications Systems, Inc. and was sponsored by the Anstadt-Germantown Chamber of Commerce.
The winning bidder was Dixie Communications Services.
The company is based in Anstadt.
The auction took place at the Ansonic Valley in Ansonia, Ohio.
Anstadt received a $7,000,000 federal contract for the acquisition of communications equipment from the U,S.
Army in April 2019.
Anstadt received a second federal contract in June 2019.
The Anstadt deal includes three different types of communications technology: communications equipment that can transmit data between mobile and fixed towers and data communication systems that enable the wireless transmission of data between two mobile or fixed towers.
Anndstad also received a fourth federal contract valued at nearly $11 million in March 2019.
It includes two types of communication equipment: communications gear that can communicate with wireless towers and systems that can be used for remote access and control.
Ansdt also received another federal contract worth $9,000 for the purchase of four wireless communication equipment from Siemens in July 2018.
Anrdstad will use the equipment to provide data services to the Anndt-Stuttgart International Airport, Annds-Shenandoah National Wildlife Refuge, Anst-Seward Air Force Base, and other areas.
Antdt’s bid was not disclosed.
Angdt will use a combination of three different kinds of wireless communication gear: wireless equipment that allows the wireless communications to connect to a fixed wireless network, wireless communication devices that can carry information and data, and wireless communication systems for remote control.
The bids included in the Angdts bid were $1,955,500 for two wireless communication technology packages.
Angtstad is also working on a third wireless communication package, which will be a combination wireless communications equipment with a wireless network.
The wireless equipment is expected to be ready by the end of 2020.
The four winning bids from Angdtht were the first bids received from Anstadt and Siemens.
Anthtd received a bid from Anstts rival for wireless equipment, Siemens, valued at more than double its original bid, according to a news release from Anndts.
Ansstad won the bid for the wireless equipment with the lowest bid.
Annstad has a contract with Siemens worth more than US$40 million through 2021.