Turkish military communications firm Karel Defence Solutions is making a strong push to grow its presence in the SE Asian market and is showcasing a wide range of products at the ongoing Defence & Security (D&S) show.
The emphasis to grow the firm’s military communications business, has also seen it expand into the Middle East and it is looking to undertake long-term military communications projects in export markets.
Karel Defence Solutions provides a variety of field telephone exchanges, Radio over IP (RoIP), Internet Protocol (IP) Gateways and also intercom solutions for tactical armed vehicles. The firm has more than 15 years of experience in the field of military communications. Key products include the DS200T series military field telephone exchange system, which is widely used for army communications via connecting radio links with IP ports.
The tactical IP communication system provides IP/ Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) facilities for operations with its combat net radio connection capability. The DS200A is a Private Branch Exchange (PBX) for naval platforms in fully redundant configuration and can cater for 100+ subscribers. It is also available as a compact, ruggedized version called the DS200D.
While the main focus of the firm is communications systems, Karel Defence Solutions also has a proven capability in developing and providing electronic control boards, Solid State Disks (SSDs), ruggedized/military hand-held computers, Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) systems etc. The firm continues to invest in Research & Development (R&D) activities and creation of developmental, manufacturing and test facilities, which have allowed it to stay abreast of global com- petition and offer state-of-the-art military communications solutions.
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