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Atlantic Signal - Mounted / Dismounted Comms Suite
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Atlantic Signal - Mounted / Dismounted Comms Suite
Atlantic Signal - Mounted / Dismounted Comms Suite

Atlantic Signal - Mounted / Dismounted Comms Suite

Atlantic Signal was approached in 2012 by a U.S. Military Stryker Brigade and asked to consider developing a comms kit that allowed the operator to utilize a body worn push to talk assembly and headset both in and out of the vehicle. Furthermore, the comms system had to allow for accessibility to the vehicle's ICS system - providing hot mic capabilities. Incorporating one of three versions of COMTAC III ACH headset (over the head, behind the head and rail mounted), Atlantic Signal developed a small push to talk system featuring dual comm capabilities with two radios as well as an ICS interface. Radio comms are maintained on one radio while ICS communications are monitored via the second radio connector with ICS adapter cable. The operator is able transition from a mounted vehicle operation to a dismounted ground operation without having to change out a vehicle comms set-up to a ground operations comms set up - greatly reducing time, increasing convenience and lowering overall cost.