Zetron and EFJohnson complete successful CSSI testing

Successful testing of Zetron’s Advanced Communications (AcomEVO) system with EFJohnson’s P25 console subsystem interface (CSSI) infrastructure confirms the two systems’ ability to integrate and interoperate seamlessly together

Zetron and EFJohnson complete successful CSSI testing

Zetron has completed successful testing of its Advanced Communications (AcomEVO) system integrated with EFJohnson’s Project 25 (P25) console subsystem interface (CSSI) infrastructure.

The testing confirmed that feature and functionality requirements specific to the CSSI standard have been met. Supported features include: talkgroup registration, group call, emergency alert/alarm, user ID, encryption, pre-emptive call, and PTT attribution. Compatibility testing also confirmed that the systems will integrate and perform together as the standard requires.

This brings the number of radio manufacturers Zetron has completed successful CSSI testing with to nine. Zetron has previously tested successfully with Cassidian/Airbus, Tait, Motorola, Harris, Auria, Daniels Electronics, Codan, and Raytheon.

“We are pleased to have completed successful CSSI testing between our ATLAS P25 solution and Zetron’s AcomEVO solution,” said Arindam Roy, director of product management, systems at EF Johnson Technologies. “EFJohnson proudly promotes the support of open standards based interfaces. This integration is another example of how we provide customers with more choices when it comes to procuring a mission-critical LMR infrastructure.”

“The success of our testing with EFJohnson is yet another demonstration of Zetron’s ongoing commitment to open standards and developing multi-vendor solutions that support them,” said Zetron VP of product management and marketing, Kathy Broadwell. “When the tested interfaces are added to all of the other interfaces Zetron supports, it becomes clear that Zetron offers more radio interfaces than any other console provider.”

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