Peiker Microphone Integration (Deutsche Luft- und Raumfahrt, DLR)

Today we want to introduce you to a really cool project that Jean from DLR has implemented for his in-house training programme.

It is supposed to give the possibility to communicate with the simulated air traffic control from the cockpit. For this purpose, a Peiker microphone with push-to-talk function is connected to a LAN socket. This happens to fit perfectly into the printer slot of the A320 pedestal.

The Push-To-Talk (PTT) function uses a small Arduino as a controller. The amplifier is connected to the AUX socket of the computer. The rest can then be controlled via the software.

Of course, the microphone will later get a holder from the 3D printer.

This solution is an exciting idea also for your home cockpit. We can only say, hats off to so much creativity and technical competence. Well done! 

Cockpit-Building in progress


No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Monday, 04 March 2024

Stay informed

We will be happy to inform you about news.


Jähne GmbH für Produktinnovation
Freiberger Straße 114, 01159 Dresden

Phone: +49 351 4116349
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 08:00 - 17:00


Our showroom in Bottrop, NRW is open for private and business customers. We look forward to your visit.

To test our products, please make an appointment.

Social Media

VIER IM POTT and SKALARKI ELECTRONICS products are in no way affiliated or endorsed by the aircraft manufacturers. Our simulation products are no genuine aircraft manufacturer parts and cannot be used for professional flight training. They functionally resemble the real parts, that cannot be used in a real aircraft and should only be used for simulation purposes.

We will try to answer within 24 hours.