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ASTi delivers simulated AN/PRC-117G radios

9th April 2019 - 11:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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Advanced Simulation Technology (ASTi) has delivered 26 simulated AN/PRC-117G radios to the US Army’s Fires Center of Excellence Mission Simulation Center, the company announced on 4 April.

ASTi’s AN/PRC-117G radios work with its Voisus audio communication system and replaces previous versions of the radio. The new radio panels will provide high-fidelity look-and-feel realism for the centre’s Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) III systems.

The system’s new, compact audio and I/O distribution device provides core PRC-117G panel functionality: the AI-Delta. It connects local and/or remote operator headsets, speakers, control panels and other peripherals directly to the Ethernet network. The AI-Delta features two stereo audio channels, offers software-configurable preamplifier gains and sidetone, and operates on both IPv4 and IPv6 local- and wide-area networks.

The delivery also included updating ten of the centre’s ASTi systems to Red Hat 7 and the latest Voisus software.

ASTi's PRC-117G simulated radio panel can also provide functional realism to tactical radio operator, call-for-fire and soldier combat skills training across all branches of the US military.

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