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The New Iridium Extreme® PTT (Push-to-talk)
The Iridium Extreme PTT (Push-to-talk) combines voice communication and positioning services with less than two-second push-to-talk capability—all in a portable, hand-held device. Netted Iridium allows multiple users to share a common voice or data connection—broadcasting to all users in a net or to sharing their connection for push-to-talk voice applications. Providing transmit and receive functionality for both voice and data, the ruggedized Netted Iridium handset contains an embedded GPS device allowing the device to send position location information automatically or at the touch of a button.
(NOTE: Minimum purchase of 2 units required for PTT radio functionality to work. CALL GIT FOR DETAILS before placing your order)
Crosslink any LMR radio to Iridium PTT
For team communication using standard land-mobile radio communication the ASE LMR/IRIDIUM CROSSLINK is unparalled in allowing rapid, intuitive communication services in concert with current equipment already in the field.
With the strength of the Iridium PTT network combined with the ASE LMR/IRIDIUM CROSSLINK your teams will have incredibly comprehensive access to situational awareness across your entire spectrum of ‘in field’ assets as well as headquarters/control stations.
The SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter Radio
Communication is vital for the safety and efficiency on board all vessels. When it comes to one of the most extreme and dangerous situation crews can face – the outbreak of a fire – the need for efficient communication for the coordination of fire fighting is even more vital.
The SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter radio has been specifically designed for SOLAS Chapter II-2 and to maximise fire safety at sea. No other radio goes further or does more to help keep your crews and vessels safe no matter what the conditions.
The SOLAS Chapter II-2 requires every SOLAS-regulated ship built after 1st July 2014 to have the right fire safety equipment in place by 1st July 2018. Non-complying vessels can be detained, incurring significant costs and delays to their shipping schedule.
The SAILOR is known worldwide for excellence in regulatory equipment. With 50+ years in the business, we understand your requirements, conditions and risks better than anyone else. With SAILOR 3965 UHF Fire Fighter you can stay truly safe, as well as fully compliant, with a radio designed for every possible situation at sea.
The EXPLORER BGAN Push-To-Talk (PTT)
EXPLORER Push-To-Talk (PTT) is a rugged voice dispatch and communication system. It is a cost effective, IP based voice and data communication system designed to replace VHF/UHF based trunk radio systems widely used in the field service, search and rescue, utility, mining and Oil & Gas sectors. The system extends classical Push–To-Talk capabilities to hybrid data networks such as terrestrial 2G/3G/GPRS networks where available supplemented by the Inmarsat BGAN satellite network where no terrestrial network coverage is present. With no user intervention required the system automatically routes voice and data traffic via the least expensive network available.
The EXPLORER PTT solution is the result of 1½ years of field evaluation. The customer, a South American electricity distribution company covering 66.000 miles of distribution lines and a concessional area of 120.000 square kilometers were facing a communication challenge. They were using a traditional VHF trunk radio system provided by an infrastructure of 180 VHF towers with combined satellite and land line backhaul to the dispatch center. The mobile work force consisted of 500+ field engineers maintaining the power grid and serving subscribers on a daily basis. Faced with high infrastructure maintenance costs, poor VHF voice quality and limited coverage the company was looking for an alternative. They were looking for a cost efficient, simple and user friendly communication solution with a PTT/VHF user experience and with improved voice quality, support of data connectivity as well as expanded coverage.
The Push-To-Talk Solution
The EXPLORER PTT solution solved the majority of the built-in challenges of the previous VHF system.
The RO Tactical Radio provides end-users with a beyond line of site (BLOS) Iridium radio with ranges of 100-250 miles in a hand-held form factor. This capability ensures users operating in environments where traditional line of sight radios are ineffective, are now able to maintain critical Command and Control capabilities. When coupled to the RO-MAP PDA, users are capable of obtaining Situational Awareness information of other users on the net.
The RO Tactical Radio provides on-the-move (OTM), over-the-horizon secure voice and global position information in a handheld push-to-talk (PTT) communications device. The RO Radio utilizes the Distributed Tactical Communications System (DTCS) architecture and Iridium's low-earth orbiting (LEO) satellites through the Defense Information Systems Agency's (DISA) Enhanced Mobile Satellite Service (EMSS). This architecture is capable of supporting up to 16 thousand individual nets each supporting one talker and unlimited listeners. All communications are secured with AES-256. Equipped with an embedded GPS receiver, each radio transmits and receives voice and GPS over a single antenna. Encrypted Position Location Information (PLI) is transmitted with flexible configurable options to meet operational requirements. These settings are available for two types of PLI transmissions: Global PLI and Regional PLI.
RO-Mobile Awareness Platform (RO-MAP.) The RO-MAP is a software application that runs on a PDA and provides vital Situational Awareness (SA) information quickly and reliably to the end-user. The RO-MAP utilizes the functionality of a PDA along with the beyond line-of-sight (BLOS) capability of the RO Tactical Radio to provide situational awareness and enhanced communication capabilities.
How it Works
The capability leverages Iridium's existing LEO satellite constellation to network multiple users under single satellite vehicles. This netted Iridium technology delivers a "point-to-multipoint" capability in a push-to-talk hand-held tactical radio, enabling users the ability to communicate at ranges exceeding 100 miles. The radio has an integrated commercial GPS; this coupled with the radio's ability to transmit both voice and data across the Iridium architecture, provides the added ability to deliver PLI Situational Awareness and textual data across the user Nets.