Codan Radio launches Sentry-H High Frequency (HF) Software Defined Radio (SDR)
Tshwane, South Africa – AFRICA AEROSPACE & DEFENCE 2016, 14 September 2016. The expansion of Codan Radio Communications Sentry™ product family has been confirmed with the recent announcement of the Sentry-H™ High Frequency SDR radio system. The new system is a development on the proven Envoy HF SDR platform, delivering secure voice and data communications within an advanced high-power radio package at an affordable price point.
The Sentry-H™ is equipped with state of the art features including second-generation digital voice, frequency hopping, embedded GPS, 3G ALE, and IP/USB connectivity to deliver high-power voice and data within a single RF Unit. The Sentry-H™ platform provides ultimate versatility with a custom-built design for mobile and base configurations. This resolves the need for external amplifiers to allow for quick solutions during emergency operations. The system also features a smart handset and a simplified intuitive menu system facilitating multiple language options.
“At Codan we’ve addressed the most important issues for our customers — reliability, affordability, and ease-of-use. For government and militaries with tactical requirements, the Sentry-H™ is the smart and cost-effective choice” Codan’s VP of Business Development and Marketing, Paul Sangster revealed.
The new Sentry-H™ radio expands Codan’s family of tactical communication systems, which includes the Codan Sentry-V (VHF) handheld, Codan Patrol 2110M (HF) manpack, and RIOS interoperability for computer, smartphone and radio integration.
About Codan Radio Communications
Codan Radio provides communications solutions that enable our customers to save lives, create security and support peacekeeping worldwide. Trusted by the world’s largest mission critical, military, security and humanitarian agencies, we’ve built our reputation for reliability and customer satisfaction over 60 years in High Frequency and Land Mobile Radio communications, in some of the toughest conditions on the planet.