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TECHNISONIC ENABLES INTEROPERABILITY


As noted in the preceeding Dallas Avionics’ section, Technisonics has joined with Latitude Technologies to create a P25 ‘cross-band repeater’ radio platform that can interconnect a range of radio bands (VHF, UHF, 700 and 800 MHz) with satellite communications via the Iridium satellite network.


According to the Technisonic website (www.til.ca),


“PROJECT 25 OR P25 IS A COMMON SET OF DIGITAL PROTOCOLS THAT, WHEN IMPLEMENTED, WOULD SUPPORT INTEROPERABILITY ACROSS RADIO MANUFACTURERS. TODAY’S MISSION-BASED AIRCRAFT OPERATE ALL ACROSS THE P25 SPECTRUM. WHETHER YOU ARE TALKING ACROSS THE COUNTY OR ACROSS THE STATE, P25 CAPABILITY IS REQUIRED.”


Technisonic makes a range of P25 airborne FM transceivers, grouped together in its TDFM-9000/9100/9200/9300 series product line. “Our specialty lies in designing radios that meet the unique communications needs of our clients,” said Jim Huddock, Technisonic’s business development manager. “An EMS helicopter may have a requirement for a UHF radio to speak on the hospital frequency, whereas a federal mission-based helicopter is more focused on VHF.” In either case, Technisonic interviews the customers to determine their mission requirements and how their radios are used aloft, and then configures transceivers to meet their needs.


In addition to adding satellite calling and PTT functionality to its TDFM line of radios (again in partnership with Latitude Technologies), Technisonic has found a way to integrate users’ legacy non-P25 radios into its TDFM P25 radios using


multi-purpose communication ports (MCPs). “The MCP allows us to connect an external transceiver directly into our radio,” Huddock said. “This provides a simple, easy-to-use connection, avoiding the need to rewire audio panels.”


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