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05 February 2019

SITTI has been awarded (through Mobile Air Traffic Control Systems Ltd) a contract for the provision of 4 mobile (field deployable) Voice Communication Systems for military use in the Middle East. The supplied system will enhance the defense capability of an important Nation in that area.

M802IP®, the M800IP®-family VoIP field deployable system, explicitly thought for military mobile applications, is the perfect synthesis between SITTI proven experience in Military Air Traffic Control (ATC) equipment and the particular requirements for “heavy duty” environments. M802IP® is built on the extremely reliable architecture of M800IP® MULTIFONO® VOIP Voice Communication System, and it further emphasizes the characteristics of modularity, robustness and ease of deployment. The system architecture is based on three main building blocks:

• Switching Unit - M802IP® dual redundant Gigabit LAN backbone, built and managed by distributed Switching Units, connected each other via fiber optic multi-mode links. Two independent LAN switches are included to Interface Units and Controller Working Positions (CWP).

• Interface Unit - Standard VOIP and/or legacy Radio/Telephone interfaces of different kinds are provided in a single unit, powered by independent AC/DC modules and connected to M802IP® dual redundant Gigabit backbone.

• CWP - A rugged protective case includes a complete Controller Working Position, composed by 12” touch-computer, headset, handset and monitor loudspeaker. CWPs are powered by external AC/DC module and are connected to M802IP® dual redundant Gigabit backbone.

SITTI is a primary VCS manufacturer and supplier worldwide, capable of giving prompt and top edge solutions to Customer needs, both in the Civilian and Military fields. The leading edge, redundant, non-blocking architecture of the MULTIFONO® M800IP® product family provides flexibility and modularity for easy expansion and addition of further functionalities.

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