Cobham Aerospace Communications has been selected to provide the audio/radio communications package for the Korean National Police Agencyâ€™s (KNPA) new Surion utility helicopter. The twin-engine Surion was jointly developed by Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) and Eurocopter and is expected to begin service in 2014.
Surions produced for the KNPA through 2025 will feature Cobhamâ€™s lightweight and compact audio/radio component suite composed of the RT-5000 transceiver and C-5000 radio controller package that utilizes superior transmission power for maximum signal range and clarity, plus the ACP51/53 Digital Audio Control System (DACS) which distributes and controls aircraft audio to and from all transceivers, receivers, and aural warning sources.
John Payne, general manager of Cobham Aerospace Communications â€“ Prescott said: â€œCobham is proud to be the standard-fit communications package for this groundbreaking helicopter. We look forward to many years of assisting the KNPA with their country-wide law enforcement mission.â€
Chul-Shik Hong, Purchasing Manager at Korean Aerospace Industries, Ltd., commented â€œThe communications package from Cobham Aerospace Communications offered the best combination of robust performance, aftermarket support, and overall value. We are pleased to include Cobham on the Surion.â€
In addition to the audio / radio communications package, Cobham also will provide to KAI a number of other integrated products and associated antennas for the Surion, including CVN-251 navigation receivers with its VHF omni-directional radio (VOR) and instrument landing system (ILS) antennas; marker beacon antennas; VHF and UHF radio antennas; and TETRA Trunked Radio System (TRS) antennas.
Cobham specializes in meeting the demand for data, connectivity and bandwidth in defense, security and commercial environments. Offering a technically diverse and innovative range of technologies and services, the Group protects lives and livelihoods, responding to customer needs with agility that differentiates it. The most important thing we build is trust. Employing more than 10,000 people on five continents, the Group has customers and partners in over 100 countries.
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