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Axnes Launches New Wireless Intercom Solution


Axnes recently announced the next leap in wireless communication technology, with the introduction of its Polycon New Generation (PNG) wireless intercom solution.


After three years in development, the new PNG digital secure radio system will enable cordless intercom capability, both in-cabin and at line-of-sight range from the aircraft,


ground vehicle, or marine


vessel. There is no other technology or direct competitor to PNG in the world today. The initial product launch is for the search and rescue (SAR) version of PNG, which will replace the existing Polycon system and add important features and functionality. Further developments in 2015 will include other versions tailored


for military operations, EMS, and cargo aircraft requirements among others. Axnes Aviation partners with Becker Avionics, Inc., based in Miramar, Florida, for sales, service, and support of the product in North and South America.


• Secure communication: scrambling, AES 128, and AES 256 encryption


• Group support: wired intercom loops repeated in the wireless domain or separate wireless groups. Multiple group participation capability.


• Remote radio keying: allows remote crew access to other aircraft installed radios


• New design: rugged, easy to operate, waterproof to IP68; 3m/10ft, 24 hrs


PNG Features: • Range: in-cabin and external to the aircraft - robust, line-of-sight range capabilities


• Clear communication: full duplex, PTT, VOX, and patented noise cancelling





Positioning: integrated AIS SART distress transmitter and GPS position reporting of remote crew position to aircraft


• Dual band: supports both UHF and VHF air band frequencies


• Versatility: connects to all major ICS brands and types, aircraft headsets, and helmets


• NVIS: the system is NVIS compatible • Operational modes:


person-to-person, and walkie-talkie •


Qualifi cations: EASA standards, FCC, and MIL qualifi cations pending


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