The MRAY is a unique solution for linking multiple analog/P25 repeater sites.
The MRAY integrates Codan’s Envoy radio, an LMR VHF/UHF 30 W Repeater and 3031 Crosspatch to create an innovative product that enables long distance communications between two or more P25 repeater sites via a HF link.
The MRAY provides both on-site radio coverage, via the self-contained analog or P25 repeater, and long-range linking of the local communication via the included 125 W SDR Envoy HF radio. It delivers the distinct advantages of rapid deployment, ease of use, and long distance communications where previously a leased line, microwave or private IP networks were the only options.
Housed in a polyethylene weather resistant case for rapid deployment, the MRAY’s compact design enables it to be transported in passenger vehicles and commercial aircraft. The MRAY is a complete self-contained solution with optional accessories including a solar panel system, battery case, and antenna and masts.
P25 Network and Communications Extension
P25 Network Extension
When groups of people are operating in different areas separated by a large distance, each group requires local communications and may also require communications between the groups, either continuously or as needed. An MRAY will provide local communications as a VHF or UHF repeater system while also enabling the groups to communicate with each over a HF link via activation of the link on their handset. MRAY can easily be transported and re-deployed to new areas and new groups can be added to the network to allow multiple groups to communicate with each other.
P25 Communications Extension
When a command center, dispatch or central communications compound needs to keep continuous communications with a group of personnel in the field a long distance away, the field personnel deploy an MRAY and use the HF link to communicate back to the command center. The command center can then use a HF radio (or an MRAY) to create a link back to the field personnel. The field personnel do not require HF radio equipment to communicate back with the command center, using less expensive and smaller LMR handheld radios while also using the MRAY to repeat local VHF or UHF communications to each other.
Extended Communications Deployment Area
A group of field personnel in a small area can maintain local communications while also expanding the network over long distances to other field personnel moving outside of the initial communications deployment area using an MRAY. The MRAY is used to create a local communications area with LMR equipment while crosspatching to HF in order to extend long distance communications to other field personnel using HF “manpack” radios. The HF radios can also communicate directly with each other over HF radio links created from manpack to manpack.
Codan's MRAY provides a range of capabilities to enable HF and LMR integration
Long distance P25
Enables long distance communications between two or more P25 repeater sites over a HF link, with no backbone infrastructure or satellite link required.
Configurable to different security standards for encryption over the HF and VHF/UHF links, ensuring communications remain confidential.
Easy to configure and requires only an antenna for instant communications and the linking of multiple repeater sites.
Easy to configure to suit any frequency requirements.
LIGHTWEIGHT AND RUGGED
Housed in a polyethylene weather resistant case, that is both tough and lightweight, with wheels and handles for easy transportation by vehicle or aircraft.
- Electrical and Mechanical
- Channel Capacity Up to 1000 channels with Envoy™ and up to 32 channels for LMR
Up to 66 hours (100 Ah SLA battery),
53 hours (80 Ah SLA battery) or
24 hours (35 Ah SLA Battery)
- Temperature Rating –30°C to 60°C
HF: 1.6 to 30 MHz, 250 kHz to 30 MHz receive
LMR: VHF, UHF or 700/800/900 MHz
HF: 125 W PEP
LMR: 3 to 30 W
HF: Single sideband (J3E, USB, LSB, AM, ISB)
LMR: FM Analog or P25 Digital
RF output impedance
HF: 50 Ω (N-type, female)
LMR: 50 Ω (N-type, female)
- AC operating range 100 to 240 V AC ±10% 50/60 Hz
- System operating voltage 12 V DC nominal (10 to 16 V DC operational)
External DC charge range
Battery charge input: 13 to 26 V DC
Battery charge output: 8 A max
- Protection Fully protected against supply under/over voltage, RF load open/short circuit/high VSWR
- Environmental Designed to MIL-STD-810G for shock and vibration
630 mm W x 495 mm D x 297 mm H (main case)
575 W x 350 D x 230 mm H (power case)
- Weight Approx 28 kg (main case with HF and VHF/UHF transceivers and PSU installed), 20 kg HF only, 31 kg (80Ah battery case)
- Colour Black or high-visibility yellow
LMR: MT-4E series
Pelican Case power source available in a 100Ah, 80Ah or 35Ah sealed lead acid battery case
Inbuilt battery management and charging capability from DC supply
- Modem Envoy Internal Modem
- Crosspatch Codan 3031 Crosspatch™ for interconnection of third party VHF/UHF
Tactical Deployment: Tactical Broadband Dipole Antenna
Mobile Deployment: 3040/9300 Automatic Tuning Whip Antenna or
3042/3046 Antenna Tuner with suitable Whip
Range of VHF/UHF antennas available
Values noted are typical. Equipment descriptions and specifications subject to change without notice or obligation.
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