Synapse family of products integrate live and simulated voice communications from an array of sources into a unified network. Synapse provides a balance of simplicity and flexibility to facilitate installation and management of communications for networked exercises.
- Ready to Use: Pre-configured for deployment right out of the box.
- Easy to Install: Ethernet-based components, easily integrate into existing IP architectures.
- Inter-operable and Powerful: All products feature the full-fidelity ASTi Radio simulation environment.
- Scalable: Fits applications from small groups of operators to massive distributed groups of sites.
- Built to last and minimize life-cycle costs: Features industrial hardware, Intel Dual Core CPU, and Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®.
- Centralized System Management: networked configuration and equipment monitoring.
Synapse Voisus Server
Voisus Server is ASTi's most economical comms system. Features ASTi Voisus technology which distributes digital voice and controls between the central comms server and remote computer-based clients.
- Extend the power of the ASTi Radio environment to customer-furnished LinuxTM or Windows® PCs.
- Thin client: conserves CPU resources, maximizes reliability and minimizes maintenance (server-centralized software updates).
- Elegant administration: download client app from server, remotely configure comm plan, and operate.
- Features Voisus-VBS2 plugin to integrate the Voisus client into the Virtual Battlespace 2 military training game.
Workstation is a simulation and voice comms distribution system that features ready-to-use hardware-based operator stations, including hand-held communication terminals.
- Perfect solution for situations requiring a 100% stand-alone voice comms system.
- Compatible with a wide variety of ancillary options: headsets, speakers, mics and push-to-talks.
Synapse Radio Bridge
Synapse Radio Bridge links live radios to IP networks, providing a wealth of capabilities:
- Network repeater: extend live radio comms between sites through the data network.
- Bridge inter-communications between disparate live radio systems.
- Conserve live radio usage: networked operator stations share access to live radios.
- Remotely control live radios over the IP network.