Turkey’s ASELSAN Develops Communications System for Indigenous Submarine

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  • 11:47 AM, July 30, 2019
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Turkey’s ASELSAN Develops Communications System for Indigenous Submarine
Turkey's NTSP Submarine project: Illustration by Thyssenkrupp

Turkey's defense and electronic systems company ASELSAN will be supplying a communications system for the locally-made New Type Submarine Project (NTSP), according to Turkish officials.

According to an announcement yesterday from Turkey's Defense Industries Presidency (SSB), The Company, combining its broad experience with up-to-date technological developments, offers uninterrupted, secure, economical and fast communication solutions to the NTSP.

Within the scope of the project, the Integrated Communication System's factory acceptance test was successfully completed with the participation of representatives of the Navy Command, the Defense Industries Presidency and prime contractor ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems.  This is the first time that ASELSAN communication system solution has been procured for a submarine platform.

ASELSAN Military Communication Systems offer secure voice and data communication between users with various electronic protection measures – which are the backbone of military communication. These systems meet communication needs in many different areas, including land, air and sea platforms and missile platforms in Turkey and abroad.

The subsystems – a communication switching system, message handling system, intercommunication system, sound powered telephone system and telephone system – are also moving forward. With the NTSP, the company has propelled its competence in military communications systems to a new dimension.ASE

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