NEW DELHI — India’s Defense Research Development Organization (DRDO) has chosen Israel’s Orbit Technology Group as a vendor for the Audio Management Solution
over IP (AMSIP) program. AMSIP is a VoIP interface designed for use with all Orbit’s digital audio management products. The system enables the use of TDM and IP-based end devices by airborne and shipborne crews.
“We see India as an important strategic partner for all of Orbit’s business lines — the ACS [Audio Communication Systems], Telemetry & Tracking Systems and Marine Satellite Communication Systems,” a senior Orbit official told Aerospace DAILY.
AMSIP is a fully digital, secure, audio management system with IP interface that enables the flight crew to select and control all onboard communications systems and devices. The system provides the focal junction for inbound and outbound communications,including radio, public announcement systems, warning systems, and crew intercom communications.
Orbit says it is offering navies worldwide its OrSat-G Marine Satellite Communication System, which enables global satellite connectivity in all weather and sea conditions, providing uninterrupted broadband satellite communication for a variety of applications including Internet, TV, video, and VoIP. “Used by many major navies around the world, as well as by commercial marine companies, OrSat-G provides superior RF performance with an exceptionally low radome-to-antenna size ratio, thus assuring the most efficient use of scarce deck space and optimized data rates,” the official says.
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