Astronics Corporation (NASDAQ:ATRO) Launches Handheld Radio Test That Combines Nine Functions

Astronics Corporation (NASDAQ:ATRO) is expanding its portfolio of radio test solutions with the launch of a new CTS 6000 Series. The company describes it as a breakthrough technology for carrying out faster, reliable and efficient radio tests.  What sets the CTS 6000 radio tester apart from the rest of the radio test solutions that Astronics already has in its portfolio? Hint: integrated capabilities and there is more.

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All-in-one radio tester

Astronics Corporation’s CTS 6000 radio test combines nine functions in one device. The company says its integrated tester is easy to use because of its modern touch-sensitive interface. It can be deployed for testing for radio communication systems at the factory, depot or in the field.

Secure testing

Astronics claims that its CTS 6000 unit is one of a kind in the marketplace and that is not only because it combines multiple functions into one unit, but because it also modernizes radio testing. According to the chief of Astronics Test Systems, the division that developed the system, the CTS 6000 is the kind of tool that brings radio communications system testing to the digital age.

Besides its intuitive touch interface, CTS 6000 also provides secure radio testing. The maker says it is also much faster and easier to use in addition to it being able to be used use anywhere.

Areas of application

Astronics says its CTS 6000 is suitable for testing radio communication systems for the military, police, private security, airlines, fire departments and many other industries. Once again, the company says that in addition to the unit offering integrated functions, it fits test application in many areas because it is also more reliable when it comes to testing critical communication systems.

Cutting testing time and cost

Using CTS 6000, Astronics says customers can unlock multiple benefits such as reduce the time required to test a radio system and the costs involved in carrying out the test and maintaining the system.

What’s in the box?

Astronics’ CTS 6000 comes with 10.1-inch sunlight-readable screen. In dimension, the device measures 300 mm x 255 mm x 85 mm. It weighs about 10.6 lbs and it comes with two batteries. The CTS 6000 runs Windows 7 and comes with 128GB local hard drive storage.

Astronics Corporation says customers can order custom versions of the integrated radio communications tester.

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