Over two decades’ experience providing mission-critical communications systems across the U.S. Department of Defense, federal agencies and international governments.

A Specialty Like No Other

Specializing in providing U.S. and partner nations with low size, weight and power (SWaP) deployable communications systems, Klas Telecom enables warfighters to communicate more, and carry less. Voyager is designed to meet military standards for ruggedization, is modular and scalable to support any sized team and is usable across the full spectrum of deployment platforms.


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Ruggedization Fit for the Mission

Voyager products are solid state with no internal fans or moving parts, are made with industrial grade components, and have greatly minimized internal cabling–resulting in a substantially reduced failure rate.


Altitude Testing




High Temperature


Voyager Running in Sand


  • IP67
  • MIL-STD-810G
  • MIL-STD-461-F /FCC CFR 47 Part 15B


  • DISA APL, JITC-tested
  • U.S. Army Airworthy

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Field Proven, System of Choice

The Voyager modular and scalable baseband system has been adopted by the U.S. military’s elite communications elements and joint organizations, and has been widely deployed within special operations forces world-wide, every Unified Combatant Command (UCC), and is in use by many top-ranking U.S. generals and their communications teams. Voyager has been tested and deployed by NATO and partner nations and is gaining international praise.

History and Experience

Klas has a long standing history with the U.S. DoD and, having its start developing serial, ISDN and IP connectivity devices for use with Inmarsat B, Inmarsat GAN M4 and Inmarsat BGAN systems. These devices were also used with KIV-7 encryptors and STE secure phones to connect PCs to classified networks. In 2006, the company leveraged this knowledge and experience of satellite and encryption technologies to develop the Pioneer range of baseband fly-away kits for executive communications and intelligence users, and shipped over two thousand systems from 2006 to 2010. Since then, over 10,000 government satellite-based communication deployments have relied on Klas technology.