Patented Anti-Warble Technology

Warble can occur when connecting multiple radios to a power system, such as a hub, limiting the Operators ability to hear and communicate when they need to be fully operational. Our experienced engineers invented a new technology called “Anti-Warble,” embedded into our Soundwave push-to-talk’s. This allows the Operator to connect with any power system without concern of warble issues





Built in 3.5mm Auxiliary Audio Jack

Soundwave incorporates an auxiliary 3.5mm audio jack that allows the Operator to connect to a recording device or smart phone. The audio jack enables the Operator to record audio, play audio, and make phone calls all through a tactical headset and a smart phone. Recorded audio can be directly overlaid onto debrief software or played back immediately for accuracy of critical mission information and for training purposes. Additionally, while playing audio, Soundwave will mute your recording device or smart phone in order for the Operator to focus on incoming transmissions. This can facilitate the Operator to still communicate in a noisy environment like a Humvee where weak transmissions can be lost to background noise.






Ergonomic & Ambidextrous Design

A PTT is critical to an Operators communications, which is why comfort, reliability and survivability were critical design factors in the Soundwave. Through human factors analysis and direct end-user feedback, the Soundwave was custom tailored and designed for the Operator. It can be mounted on either side of the Operator and flipped for both right and left handed users.





Ultra-Rugged For Any Mission

Soundwave’s Ultra-Rugged design has proven its ability to handle the rigors of dismounted, mounted and airborne missions. Its Ultra-Rugged design and construction enables it to withstand the wear and tear of military use.



Cable Length

  • 9.0″



  • 5.5 oz





  • Operating Temp  ::  -40 to 140˚F [-40 to +60˚C]
  • Storage Temp  ::  -40 to 167˚F [-40 to +75˚C]
  • Sealing  ::  IP-67
  • Rugged  ::  MIL-STD-810G
  • EMI  ::  MIL-STD-461F