Becker Avionics Incorporated is proud to announce recent enhancements to its DVCS 6100 and AMU 6500 digital intercom systems. The two systems can now be utilized together in a hybrid system. As an example, pairing of the two systems into one aircraft would allow DVCS 6100 controls in the cockpit for the pilots, and AMU 6500 controls in the passenger compartment. The pilots would be advantaged by unsurpassed Human Machine Interface, and the systems redundancy functions of the DVCS 6100. The passengers utilizing the AMU 6500 control heads could connect via the 6500s Bluetooth function to their favorite music source and enjoy stereo sound. Passengers could also have access to satellite communications on a two-way line, operating as if it was a normal phone conversation. Each position can select either push to talk or voice activation for internal aircraft communication.
Another expansion of the AMU 6500 system is the ACU6510 control unit. The AMU 6500 controls twelve radios. Now with three AMU 6500 units and six AMU6510 units a total of nine positions are available in the aircraft with full transmit and receive capability. Each position will have all the native features of the AMU 6500. This includes bluetooth, stereo and 3d audio.
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