Telestra provides users with fully-featured military radios and comms. Users have complete control over a robust propagation model that accounts for distance and terrain. Build radios that send both voice and data with modeling for frequency hopping, crypto, SATCOM, and HF.
The Radio component set provides all the sound and modeling features required for accurate simulation of radio communications. High level components such as radios transmitter, receivers, ADF receivers, and jammers allow the user to quickly model the required air, space and ground-based communications. All radio objects accurately model real-world equipment with features such as:
The communications panel component provides modeling of vehicle radio, receiver, and communications bus routing, switching, and mixing. Simulator communication panel switch states and volume settings are sent to the Target directly, without any logic manipulation by the host computer. This information is tied directly, without any logic manipulation by the host computer. This information is tied directly to the communications panel component, along with the appropriate radio and intercom components. Depending on user defined local configuration, microphone audio, as well as transmission and receive signals, are mixed and routed to the appropriate headset based on the switch and volume state information.
The Intercom component set provides sound modeling features required for accurate Intercom Switching (ICS) and communication bus simulation. Intercoms provide the capability to model complex communications structures such as: communications bus, communications control panel, audio signal routing and logic, and instructor/trainer inter-communications.
In addition, ASTi intercoms communicate over networks using DIS, HLA, or VoIP protocol. This allows a growth path for adding more operators to a system, and it allows operators in remote locations to communicate on an intercom bus.
Intercoms are ideal for shipboard communication system simulations, where many party line, point-to-point communications buses, and priority bus structures exist. Typically, these systems are bus structure oriented and existing host software is configured to drive this type of structure.
Some of the main features of Intercoms include: