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C4OPS(tm) GenNext Headset System is Now Shipping

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 07, 2009 --[ASDWire]-- Silynx Communications is now shipping a breakthrough in SOF communications. This next generation headset is the most advanced software defined tactical headset system. Tough, miniature and 20m immersible - the C4OPS is packed with state of the art technology and capabilities.


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The C4OPS is first and only combat headset system able to provide GPS and force tracking capabilities to the dismounted soldier.

Provides automatic hearing protection against impulse and steady state battlefield noise. The C4OPS self adapts to external noise and provides hearing protection based on the type and level of noise.

The C4OPS is interoperable with the majority of tactical radios and intercom systems. The system allows the operator to monitor and control two radios, computer and/or an intercom system simultaneously.

An intuitive man-machine interface provides audible voice prompts indications on headset mode status, radio channel number and other system features. Voice prompts alert the user if a proper earplug seal was achieved to ensure optimal hearing protection.
C4OPS was designed to withstand the harshest operational environments from
HAHO/HALO to combat maritime operations in depths of up to 20m.

Mounted on the picatinny rail of the weapon the DWPTT allows the user to PTT, remote control the channel and volume of the radio while keeping their hands on the weapon.

C4OPS -The ultimate tactical headset for today's Special Forces.Leslie Landers
Manager, Marketing Communications
Phone: (706) 289-1659

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Source : Silynx Communications Inc.

Published on ASDNews: Apr 8, 2009


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