Telegenix Inc. a leader in Voice Communications Switching Systems, an ISO9001-2008 certified company established in 1964.
During this period of 40 plus years, Telegenix has completed more than 4000 contracts for the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, NSA and other U.S. Government Agencies, in addition to multiple additional contracts furnishing Voice Communication Switching Systems and electronic control products to various non-governmental prime contractors, industrial and O.E.M. users.
The PROCOM series of systems are installed in the USAF AN/MSN-7 Tower Restoral Vehicle (TRV), the USACOM Joint Forces AN/MSQ-126 Forward Deployed Communications Center (FDCC), the USMC AN/ TSQ-216 Remote Landing Site Tower (RLST), the U.S. Army/U.S. Marine Corps AN/TPN-31 (ATNAVICS) Ground Controlled Approach Radar programs. The PROCOM 2000 (P2K) series is currently installed in the USAF AN/TPN-19 and AN/MPN-14K Tactical Radar Approach Control Facilities, the U.S. Navy AN/TSQ-120 ATCT's and the U.S. Marine Corps. AN/TSQ-131 C2 Subsystem and Tactical Operations Centers. The PROCOM 2000 was also used as the main communications system during the Olympic Games in Athens Greece in 2005.
PROCOM 1800 Series Communication Control Systems are integrated using modular building blocks, to meet the user’s exacting needs. A low profile (1U) central node provides 28 port interface capacity as a stand- alone system. Nodes can be interconnected to a larger system such as the Telegenix PROCOM 2000.
Color Touch Screen Operating Stations or traditional push button stations provide intuitive, easy to use access to all the interfaces of the system. Circuit selector button functions are fully programmable. The system remembers each user/function’s station preferences, and recalls them for rapid station reconfiguration. Operator positions can be located 6 km away on a simple 2-wire line, or remoted to another continent using standard communication systems.
The PROCOM 1800 is built on Telegenix years of experience in providing high reliability, non blocking communication control systems. System software parallels the larger PROCOM 2000 transportable system in use worldwide.
This Commercial Off –the-Shelf (COTS) system was developed from the ground up for quick and simple installation. Easy system integration is assured through the use of standard enclosures and standard RJ-45 connectors. Simply plug radios, user stations, and land lines into the unit, and configure the system. A fully documented Windows based System Administration tool provides for either on-line or off-line configuration and optimization of the system.
PROCOM 2000 Series Communication Control Systems are integrated using modular building blocks, to meet the user’s exacting needs. Three standard rack-mountable System Nodes provide 56 and 120 port interface capacity each as a stand-alone system. Nodes can be interconnected to build up systems with thousands of interfaces, all fully non-blocking. (56 port “mini” system shown above.)
Touch Screen Operating Stations provide intuitive, easy to use access to all the interfaces of the system. All button functions are fully programmable. The system database remembers each user/function’s station preferences, and recalls them for rapid station reconfiguration. Operator positions can be located 6km away on a simple 2-wire line, or remoted to another continent using standard communication systems.
All critical functions can be made fully redundant, with hot swappable modules. Incoming communication lines can even be switched between logical to bypass defective modules with the optional auto transfer connector card capability.
This Commercial Off –the-Shelf (COTS) system was developed from the ground up for hard mounting in a transportable environment such as a mobile shelter or vehicle. PROCOM systems have been used and proven on many military and commercial programs.
Easy system integration is assured through the use of standard VME style system enclosures, and standard connector types on all interfaces. A fully documented Windows based system Administration toll provides for either online or offline configuration and optimization of the system.
OPERATOR POSITION (OpS)
The PROCOM Series Operator
Station (OpS) is a rugged,transportable operator station used with the Telegenix PROCOM 2000 series and PROCOM 1800 series Voice Communication Switching Systems (VCSS). The OpS provides the capability for the operator to access various telephone trunks, intercom, radio channels and other devices within the VCSS.
The OpS is adapted for mounting in a low profile, sloped front desktop or wall mount enclosure, with a bezel for console mounting, or in a 19” rack mount with prewired speakers. A 2- wire telephone grade cable links the OpS to a PROCOM communication control unit (CCU). The OpS provides audio volume control and amplifiers for a local loudspeaker and two independent headsets. The backlit LCD display with touchscreen is provided for system device selection and status display. The fully programmable display includes a telephone dial page with selective call signaling (either pulse dial or DTMF)
One LCD display size is available, 12.1”, the display shows incoming signals and channel selection status. LCD colors are user selectable. Circuit Selectors can provide two buttons per radio (TX, RX, Etc.) so that there is independent control of device selection (TX, RX, Idle) and audio destination (Headset, Speaker). Captions are user programmable with Unicode (International) multi-lingual character sets. Integral high brilliance backlighting can be provided for sunlit areas such as control towers.
Ops’s provide an all-digital link to the CCU using a single pair of telco grade (22AWG) wire, tested to 18,000 ft. (5km).
Voice Recording System (VRS)
This system has 2 independent audio storage systems:
A. Instant Access Buffer
B. Archive Media
These two systems need to be configured for the required retention time. For example: a 30 channel, 2:1 compression, continuous recording, for 45 days produces 467 GB of data. The Instant access buffer & the ARCHIVE HDD should be > 467 Gbyte to hold 45 days at the continuous recording. Because VOX is used, the needed capacity is much smaller. Both systems can be set not to hold more than for example 45 days of recording.
Using a DVD RAM as archive: If DVD RAM is used, the storage per site is 4.7 GB, which will not hold a 24-hour period. DVD RAM disks, depending on recording activity, have to be changed quite frequently. The instant access system still can be configured to hold 45 days and will always transfer to DVD RAM from the time the RAM disk is reported full. Nothing will be lost during the DVD RAM changing operations. Best results (system reliability) are achieved by using only hard disk drives. Recordings of interest can be removed during recording and played in other compatible systems.