Klas Telecom Announces Tactical Radio Integration Solution for Harris Falcon III AN/PRC 117G, Harris Falcon III AN/PRC 152, L-3 Tactical Network Rover, Thales AN/PRC 148 MBITR/JEM, and RF Amplifiers

By August 12, 2016News, Voyager

Washington, D.C. – In addition to route, switch, compute and storage modules, Klas Telecom announced today that the modular and scalable Voyager 8 deployable communications system now supports common soldier and backpack tactical radios. Mounting brackets, power, battery backup, radio relay and net management for the Harris Falcon III® AN/PRC 117G, Harris Falcon III® AN/PRC 152A, L-3 Tactical Network Rover™, Thales AN/PRC 148 MBITR/JEM, and Modular RF AR-20 and AR-50 amplifiers are now fully available and supported by the Voyager 8 system. The company says additional radios will be supported later this year.

Voyager 8 shown housing tactical radio and network modules (from left to right): Harris AN/PRC 117G, dual Thales AN/PRC 148 MBITR, dual L-3 Tactical Network Rover, dual Harris AN/PRC 152, Modular RF AR-50 amplifier, VoyagerLMRm, and VoyagerVMm modules

Voyager 8 shown housing tactical radio and network modules (from left to right): Harris AN/PRC 117G, dual Thales AN/PRC 148 MBITR, dual L-3 Tactical Network Rover, dual Harris AN/PRC 152, Modular RF AR-50 amplifier, VoyagerLMRm, and VoyagerVMm modules

“Our new Voyager Tactical Radio Integration Solution provides the ideal bridge between IP and radio worlds, without compromising on size, weight and power (SWaP),” said Klas Telecom Chief Technology Officer Frank Murray. “Users can now, in one airline carry-on-size case, have a complete route, switch, storage and compute network solution that also houses and integrates their data-capable tactical radios.”

Voyager 8 transit case and chassis show with handle extended for transit. Side door removed to expose modules.

Voyager 8 transit case and chassis show with handle extended for transit. Side door removed to expose modules.

Klas Telecom engineers have built into the Voyager 8 transit case and chassis a common, redundant, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for all mounted radios and network modules which reduces cabling and provides built-in battery backup.

“The result is a lower overall logistics and operational footprint for our customers because they do not need to transport and maintain separate cases for batteries and radios,” Klas Telecom Government President and CEO David Huisenga said. “The Voyager Tactical Radio Integration Solution provides everything needed in one discreet, rollaway case.”

For more information about the Klas Telecom Tactical Radio Integration Solution, please see the company’s website here, or email [email protected]

 

About Klas Telecom

Founded in 1991, Klas Telecom is an engineering and design company with over 25 years of experience developing highly capable, lightweight communications solutions for use in austere environments where low size, weight, power and ruggedization are required. With over 80% of the company dedicated to engineering and design, Klas Telecom is able to stay on the forefront of the remote communications market. Klas Telecom operates in the U.S. and international defense, first responder, disaster relief, law enforcement and transportation markets. The company employs staff across four offices located in Washington, DC; Herndon, VA; Tampa, FL; and Dublin, Ireland.

 

For media inquiries, please contact:

Carrie Sarver | VP of Marketing and Communications

Klas Telecom

[email protected]

202-288-6342

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