We have produced interface cables for over 500 unique radios, cell phones and satellite terminals/devices. Below is a partial listing of recently requested interface cables. If you need a cable for a device that is not on this list, please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
When U.S and NATO allies or Coalition partners work together on a combined operation, they need to use radio communications to co-ordinate their efforts. However, each nation (U.S., NATO or Coalition) often utilize different encryption schemes or keys in their radios, creating a communications gap between their systems.
Although the ICRI is most often used to connect radios and telephones, it is also capable of connection to a VoIP–based system, such as the Cisco® Unified Communications Manager or WAVE® by Twisted Pair Solutions.
Unlike simplex radio communications, trunked radio communications is not instantaneous. After a user keys his or her radio, the trunked system may take up to a few hundred milliseconds to grant the user access to a channel on the system. This is referred to as “latency.” Continue reading
The ICRI is capable of interconnecting radios, cell/land-line/VoIP/satellite telephones and a handset.
It works by passing baseband audio from the speaker/mic jack of a radio, headset jack of a cell/satellite telephone or handset jack of a VoIP/land-line telephone.
I recently observed an exercise that simulated an active shooter scenario inside of a suburban shopping mall. I witnessed this event from the perspective of the radio communications officer.