Codan’s Patrol 2110 Manpack is a reliable and rugged solution for your portable long distance HF secure voice and data communications needs.

The Codan Patrol 2110 Manpack is rugged and light and delivers exceptionally low power consumption, allowing you to operate continuously on a single charge for up to 65 hours. With second-generation Digital Voice and rugged smart handset, you have the confidence to communicate anywhere and anytime without the need for existing infrastructure.

The Patrol 2110 eliminates the need to carry heavy spare batteries and fully complies with MIL-STD-810F standards. The Patrol smart handset enables remote operation of the Manpack, with all the capability of the front panel now available in the palm of your hand.
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Security of Operations

With Codan Patrol’s range of voice and data encryption options, the security of your information on air can be guaranteed. Second generation Digital Voice coupled with AES-256 encryption provide superior and secure voice quality and data, even in the most challenging channel conditions. Data application suites such as Codan SprintChat, SprintNet and Codan Chat provide peer to peer text chat, email, and file transfer as well as email and phone SMS gateways, ensuring your mission data requirements can be fully met.

Full Interoperability

Codan Patrol Manpack is fully on-air interoperable with Codan Envoy and Sentry HF Software Defined Radios, whether it is encrypted Digital Voice, analogue scrambler, data waveforms or calling.

The Patrol 2110 supports standards FED-STD-1045, MIL-STD-188-141B, and 3G ALE STANAG 4538. It also provides advanced capabilities for voice, message, GPS tracking, remote radio status and diagnostics for simple and reliable communication with other JITC certified vendor products.

Control is in your hands

Patrol’s rugged smart handset enables remote operation of the manpack, with all the capability of the front panel now in the palm of your hand. Designed to meet ergonomic and functionality requirements, the smart handset provides optimal operational efficiency and effectiveness.

Codan Reliability and Support

With Codan’s highly trained, globally available service and support network you always have access to prompt and accurate assistance wherever you are located. Codan products have one of the best MTBF metrics in the industry, resulting from almost 60 years of HF design experience with the Codan Patrol Manpack built for maximum reliability in all conditions.


The 2110 has a range of advanced capabilities for customised solutions.

Digital Voice

Second generation Digital Voice capability delivers clearly intelligible speech no matter the conditions, ensuring you’re always heard, loud and clear.


3G ALE provides quick linking and secure data exchange. A fully encrypted long-range solution for tactical data communications, optimised to perform in low signal to noise environments when 2G ALE fails.


A wide range of voice and data encryption options are supported including; AES-256, CES-128 and CIVS. KMS software can be used to generate secure key plans, alongside KFS to key fill the radio.


Data applications such as Codan SprintChat, SprintNet and Codan Chat provide broadcast and peer to peer text chat, email, and file transfer as well as email and phone SMS gateways, ensuring your mission data requirements can be fully met.

Embedded GPS

Allows to simplify the installation and minimise cabling requirements.

Smart handset control

The 2120 rugged smart handset enables remote operation of the manpack, with all the capability of the front panel now in the palm of your hand.


  • General
  • RF
  • Waveform
  • Electrical and Mechanical
  • Frequency range Transmit: 1.6 to 30 MHz, 10 Hz steps
    Receive: 250 kHz to 30 MHz, 10 Hz steps
  • Power output 25 W PEP (High)/5 W PEP (Low) selectable
  • Contacts Up to 200 names, call locations and pre-programmed text messages
  • HF networks Up to 20 entries
  • Input voltage range 12 V DC nominal from supplied battery, negative earth
    Normal operating range: 10.8 to 15 V DC
    Reverse polarity protection provided
  • Frequency stability ±0.5 ppm from –30°C to +60°C
  • Supply current Transmit: two-tone into 50 Ω: 2.5 to 3.5 A, average speech: 1 A for battery life calculations
    Receive: no signal 120 mA standby mode, 145 mA operating mode
  • GPS Embedded receiver and antenna module
  • Programming NSP
  • Compliance Exceeds or meets requirements of AS/NZS 4770:2003, CE, NTIA and FCC
  • Frequency range Transmit: 1.6 to 30 MHz, 10 Hz steps
    Receive: 250 kHz to 30 MHz, 10 Hz steps
  • Modes Single sideband (J3E) USB or LSB or switched USB/LSB, (AM H3E optional), CW (J1A)
  • Power output 25 W PEP (High)/5 W PEP (Low) selectable
  • Duty cycle 50% with over temperature protection
  • Receiver specifications
  • Sensitivity 0.14 uV for 10 dB SINAD
  • Selectivity Greater than 70 dB at –1 kHz and +4 kHz reference SCF USB
  • Transmitter specifications
  • Spurious and harmonic suppression Better than 65 dB below PEP
  • Automatic Link Establishment (ALE) JITC certified MIL-STD-188-141B ALE
  • Data 3G ALE (STANAG 4538) including FLSU, HDL, LDL, CAST (Codan Adaptive Signalling Technology)
    MIL-STD-188-141B ALE, MIL-STD-188-110A/B, STANAG 4539, 75 to 9600 bit/s
  • Selcall CCIR compliant Selcall
  • Digital Voice TWELP 2400 bit/s, 1200 bit/s, 600 bit/s
    MELPe (STANAG 4591) 2400 bit/s, 1200 bit/s
  • Encryption CES-128, 97 x programmable 16-digit keys, 4-digit PIN
    AES-256, 256 x programmable 256-bit keys (Optional)
  • Size Transceiver: 245 mm W x 250 mm D x 92 mm H, with battery 245 mm W x 350 mm D x 92 mm H
    Smart handset: 70 mm W x 210 mm L x 72 mm H
  • Weight Transceiver: 2.9 kg (5.0 kg with 8 Ah NiMH battery)
    Smart handset: 0.3 kg
  • Interfaces USB (full opto-isolation) or RS232
  • Temperature range –40 to +70°C, full spec –30 to +60°C
  • Environmental standards Per MIL-STD-810F (shock, vibration, humidity, immersion (1 hr at 1 m), altitude, fungus, salt fog, sand and dust, blowing dust, and rough handling)

Values noted are typical. Equipment descriptions and specifications subject to change without notice or obligation.


How do I load a profile or key to my HF radio?

For 2110 Series Manpack radios, profiles are loaded using our NSP software, and a serial or USB to serial convertor cable to the transceiver. For Envoy, TPS software is used to create a profile. Profiles can then be loaded via USB cable, IP connection or via USB memory stick. Keys are loaded using either our KMS or KFS software on 2110 Series Manpack and Envoy HF transceivers. Keys can be loaded to Envoy and Sentry-H 6120-BM radios using a USB thumb drive and a USB host adaptor.

My HF radio cannot get GPS sync, why?

Generally if your GPS sync isn’t working, it may be that your GPS receiver is not plugged in or your GPS receiver can’t see the sky, there may be something obscuring its view, therefore you will need to reorient the receiver. For Envoy models you may need to check the connector setting is configured for GPS. For our 2110 Series Manpacks, the GPS receiver is installed in the front panel so you need to make sure the front panel has a clear view of the sky.

What GPS capability is available on HF products?

Our HF transceivers – 2110 Series Manpacks, Sentry-H 6120 BM and Envoy – all have support for GPS. An external GPS receiver can be connected, or some models can be fitted with an internal GPS receiver. Once your system is equipped with a GPS receiver and the appropriate calling options enabled, your Codan radio can both request and send GPS coordinates. You can also receive distance and bearings between two radios or from a portable / mobile to a base. Codan also offers tracking software, which allows map-based tracking of assets from a base station.

My HF radio is locked and I can’t find the ADMIN PIN, what should I do?

Please contact Codan if you can’t find your ADMIN PIN. To clear the ADMIN PIN, we will need to know the Electronic Serial Number (ESN) and the physical serial number of the radio to validate the authenticity of the radio. Once the ESN and physical serial number have been provided, Codan will generate an option code to clear the Admin PIN. Additional instructions on entering option codes will also be provided.

To find the ESN use one of the following sequences:

For NGT and 2110 Series Manpack transceivers:
While the transceiver is requesting the admin PIN, press and hold this button on the keypad:

You will be prompted to enter an Option Code. Above this, you will see the ESN:

For Envoy and Sentry-H 6120-BM series transceivers:
Using the Control Point, press Menu.
Select the information icon:

and press OK.

Select Option Password:

and press OK.

The ESN is shown at the top of the screen:

Do I need to update my HF radio’s firmware?

You don’t have to update your firmware, your radio will be fully operational without firmware updates. However, should Codan recommend a firmware update for any reason, the firmware upgrade can be easily completed using NSP / TPS software, or direct through USB stick (Envoy radio series). Firmware updates generally provide your radio with new capabilities, or may address software bug fixes.

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