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Receivers

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Codan receiver modules plug into all Codan subracks and are modular in construction. Inside each receiver, the IF/Audio Main Board, the Front End, and the Synthesizer module are individually assembled and tested which facilitates tuning and maintenance.

Internal memory can be programmed for 32 preset frequencies. Standard features include internal filters (voice / subtone), RSSI circuitry for external voting equipment and options for fast RX response times. The receiver modules are constructed with anodized aluminum and stainless steel hardware. The receivers comply with FCC and IC standards and are built to withstand extreme environmental conditions and draw minimal current.

Specs

  • Version

    Frequency

    Bandwidth

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    136-174 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class A (upgradeable to digital)

    136-174 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    406-430 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class A (upgradeable to digital)

    380-406 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    430-450 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    450-470 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class A (upgradeable to digital)

    450-470 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    470-520 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    768-776 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    798-824 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    851-869 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    896-902 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

  • MT-4E Class B (upgradeable to digital)

    928-960 MHz

    12.5 / 25 kHz

MT-4E RX (Analog or P25 Digital)

  • Offer high performance and low current consumption

  • Capable of 12.5 kHz (narrowband) 25 kHz (wideband) operation (analog only)

  • Can be used in repeater or base station configurations

  • Can be operated in digital P25, analog or mixed mode

  • With a firmware upgrade purchase, they can be programmed for 12.5 kHz P25 digital operation

  • An encryption module can be purchased for secure digital communications

  • Settings such as Frequency, CTCSS, NAC and analog/digital/mixed mode operation are PC programmable via connection to receiver through the front panel USB port

  • Can be programmed with up to 2 banks of 16 channels each

  • Available in two versions supporting either Class A or Class B performance as defined by TIA

  • Class A receivers offer improved Adjacent Channel Rejection, Spurious Response Rejection and Intermodulation Rejection

  • Class B receivers are optimized for low current drain

  • Status Tone firmware can be purchase which enables a status tone when the receiver is squelched for voting applications