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    Codan Sentry Military HF transceiver

    Codan Sentry Military HF transceiver


    • Rugged smart handset with colour display and integrated GPS
    • Multi-language user interface
    • Optimised for mobile and base
    • 150 W PEP
    • Second Generation Digital Voice
    • STANAG/MIL-STD-188-110B data waveforms (up to 19k2 bps)
    • AES-256 digital COMSEC
    • Frequency Hopping
    • MIL-STD-188-141B ALE
    • Waterproof MIL-STD-810G construction
    • IP/USB Connectivity
    • Interoperable with Codan Patrol 2110M Manpack
    • H-250 Accessories support
    • Worldwide Codan service and support

    STANDARD CAPABILITIES

    • 1.6 to 30 MHz frequency range
    • 150 W RF power output
    • 1000 channels
    • 500 contacts
    • Embedded GPS
    • 2.4 kHz and wideband filters
    • MIL-STD 188-141B ALE
    • Robust ARQ data modem
    • Codan Selcall
    SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
    • TPS-3250 Radio Programming Software
    • RC50-C HF Email (for STANAG/ MIL modem)
    • Codan Chat HF (for robust ARQ modem)
    • Key Management Software
    • Key Fill Software
    • GPS tracking solution




    TRANSCEIVER BASED OPTIONS

    •STANAG/MIL data & second generation
    Digital voice (2400 bps vocoder) bundle
    •AES-256 Encrypted STANAG/ MIL data
    & second generation Digital Voice (2400/1200/600
    bps vocoder) bundle
    •CES-128 voice encryption
    •Frequency hopping
    •Languages (Dari, Farsi, Pashto, Arabic,
    French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese)
    •Free tune transmit
    •Independent Sideband (ISB)
    •Software Developers Kit (SDK)

    SPECIFICATIONS

    GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL
    Frequency Range TX:1.6 to 30 MHz;
    RX: 250 kHz to 30 MHz MIL-STD-810G Shock, vibration, Humidity,
    Blowing Dust, Leakage Immersion,
    Fungus, Altitude
    Channels 1000 Immersion IP67
    Programmable Contacts 500 Operating Temperature Range -30 to +60 C
    Programmable Networks 20 Relative Humidity 95%
    Scan Rate Up to 8 Channels per second DATA WAVEFORMS
    RF Input / Output Impedance 50 Ω (N-Type) Proprietary CHIRP/QPSK Up to 6000 bps with compression
    Input Voltage 10 V to 35 V DC STANAG 4539 / MIL-STD-188-110A/B 75 to 9600 bps, up to 19,200 bps (ISB)
    Supply Current Rx: 650 mA (backlight min, audio muted);
    Tx: Two-tone 14 A typical,
    average speech 5 A (analogue), 12 A (DV) ECCM: FREQUENCY HOPPING
    Channel Filters 500 Hz, 2.4 kHz, 2.75 kHz, 3 kHz
    (software defined) Hop Rates 6 /12 /25 hops per second
    (user selectable)
    Frequency Stability ±0.3 ppm Hop Plans 31 user selectable (direct entry and
    programmable via Codan KMS/KFS &
    memory stick); 4-digit session PIN
    Protection Over-voltage/under-voltage/
    over-temperature/
    reverse polarity Hop Sequence Pre-defi ned and custom configurable
    GPS RFU - external antenna,
    Handset - embedded receiver/antenna
    (GPS, GLONASS and Beidou) Hop Bandwidth User configurable
    Language Support Multiple language user interface
    and documentation Synchronisation GPS based
    TRANSMITTER DIGITAL VOICE
    Power Output 150 W PEP — user programmable Hi, Med, Lo Vocoders STANAG 4591 / MELPe (2400/1200 bps)
    TWELP (2400/1200/600 bps)
    Duty Cycle 100% voice and data Features Autobaud, automatic vocoder switching, full digital mode
    Spurious and Harmonic Suppression >65 dB below PEP ENCRYPTION
    Intermodulation >31 dB below PEP MIL/STANAG Data and Digital Voice AES-256 (256 keys, direct entry and
    programmable via Codan KMS/KFS &
    memory stick)
    Carrier Suppression >65 dB below PEP Voice encryption CES-128 (97 x 16-digit keys, direct entry and programmable via Codan KMS/KFS
    & memory stick, 4-digit session PIN)
    Sideband Suppression >65 dB below PEP LINKING
    RECEIVER ALE FED-STD-1045
    MIL-STD-188-141B
    Sensitivity SSB: -125 dBm (0.12 uV) Selcall CCIR 493-4 proprietary and open standard
    Selectivity >65 dB at -1 kHz at -1 kHz +4 kHz SCF (USB) INTERFACES
    Image Rejections >90 dB ATU Control, General Purpose
    Interface, Handset Interface,
    DC supply Fully sealed bayonet style MIL connectors
    Blocking >95 dB H-250 6-pin MIL supporting audio in/out, PTT, mic
    input, audio output, and fused 12 V DC out
    Audio Output 4.0 W into 4Ω (external H-250 interface)
    0.5 W into 8Ω (handset) GPS Antenna SMB Socket
    Noise Reduction DSP proprietary Antenna N-type
    Mute Syllabic voice detection — user controlled Ignition Sense Single wire input, part of DC battery cable
    MECHANICAL COMPLIANCE
    Dimensions (WxHxD) RFU: 220 mm x 66.5 mm x 190 mm
    Handset: 67 mm x 210 mm x 72.5 mm Compliance CE, FCC Part 90, AS/NZS 4770, AS/NZS 4355
    Weight RFU: 2.82 kg;
    Handset: 280 g (no cable)
    For more information visit:

    https://at-communication.com/en/hf_s..._hf_radio.html
    73 Al 4L5A
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    #2
    Hi...thanks for sharing such a useful information here with us. The configuration is looking pretty cool. It can be designed also for commercial or individual use.
    Its looking pretty durable.
    Last edited by RickyTerzis; 09-01-2017, 08:10 PM.

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      #3
      Hi Ricky
      That one is designed for military use
      There is another one Codan Envoy which is for commercial or individual use
      https://dxnews.com/forum/forum/trans...sb-transceiver
      works Great
      73 Al 4L5A
      73 Al 4L5A

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        #4
        Product update: Sentry-H

        The latest release of Sentry-H delivers mission essential benefits and includes; 3G ALE (STANAG 4538) waveform, Codan’s new secure interoperability function, integration with Virtual Control Point and Sprint software, additional foreign language support and a new mounting hardware for rack mounting (base) and shock mounting (mobility) applications.
        Codan Sentry transceiver

        Codan Sentry HF Military Radio Mobile shock mount installation
        73 Al 4L5A

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          #5
          I receive several private messages about Sentry.
          Yes I agree weak point of Sentry radio is handset.
          If handset fail you cant control radio atall and thats big disadvantage because everyone is know how military use radio specially in critical situation and handset can fail and also cable from handset to radio can be broken also.
          73 Al 4L5A

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