Codan's Sentry-V 6150 radio provides commanders and operators with a feature rich secure voice and messaging platform that includes using AES in legacy analogue networks whilst maintaining digital features.
Available in handheld, man-portable, base and mobile configurations, Codan’s Sentry-V 6150 military band VHF radio provides a rugged solution for users who require communications with a tactical edge: designed and tested to all the environments faced on the modern day battlefield, offering users the ability to pass critical information across the area of operation in real time. The 6150 increases operational efficiency and awareness over VHF radio networks between forward deployed elements and operational command centers for those in the immediate area and back to command elements.
The Sentry-V 6150 is integrated with either AES-128 or AES-256 encryption in addition to analogue and digital scramblers. Encryption key allocation provides network security levels within the formation and improved protection complimenting the entire network.
Radio Programming and Management
Frequency, transmission type and output power can be preset for each of the 10 network allocations. Programming the 6150 can be performed:
• Directly from the radio user interface
• Through the programming software
• Cloning directly from radio to radio
• Using a Fill Gun
Complimented by emergency zeroise function the radio can be quickly erased in the field by an operator, adding an extra layer of protection to network security.
The 6150 family is integrated with either AES-128 or AES-256 encryption in addition to analogue and digital scramblers. Encryption key allocation provides network security levels within the formation and improved protection complimenting the entire network.
Selective Call Systems
The 6150 radio provides selective call capability between individual users or between groups of users. Up to 81 individual IDs are available with the ability to also create IDs for up to 9 groups, each with up to 9 members each.
Feature-rich, secure and supportive of legacy analogue systems, the Sentry-V 6150 is mission-ready.
Designed to IP67 for water ingress and MIL-STD-810F, withstanding the toughest environments, operating in temperatures from -30°C to +60°C.
Ease of Use
Simple operation with most functions accessed from two rotary controls. Ensures ease of operation and minimal training required.
Frequency Hopping capability helps prevent third party monitoring of communications. Also provides a high level of communications security.
Data encryption using AES-256 bit encryption and designed to support customer defined third party email encryption software for full end-to-end email encryption.
- Features & Options
- Frequency range 30 – 87.975 MHz
- Channels Up to 2320 entries
- Programmable channels 10
- Channel spacing 25 KHz
- Data transmission rates 1.2 / 2.4 / 9.6 / 12.0 / 19.2 / 24 kbp/s
- Operating modes Simplex, two-frequency simplex
- Power supply 7.2 V (HH), 12 V (MP), 12 / 24 V (BM)
- Interoperability According to STANAG 4204
Battery Life (1:1:8 and 1W RF)
>10 hours for NiMH battery
>24 hours for Li-Ion battery
- Encryption AES 256
- Modes F3E, F1D, F2D, F1E, F2E
- Output power Max 5 W (HH), 20 W (MP), 20/50 W (BM)
- Frequency stability ± 5 ppm
- Nominal antenna impedance 50 Ω
F3E: ≤ 0.5 μV (SINAD 12 dB)
F1D: ≤ 0.7 μV (up to 9.6 kb/s)
≤ 2.0 μV (over 9.6 kb/s)
Audio output power
int. 400 mW/160 Ω
ext. 200 mW/8 Ω
- Audio bandwidth 400 to 2500 Hz
- Audio distortion ≤ 7%
- Dimensions (H x W x D) 212 mm x 91/76 mm x 43 mm (HH)
- Weight (with battery) 940 g
Operational: -32°C to +50°C
Extreme: -40°C to +71°C
- Immersion-proof 1 m / 2 hours
- Military standards MIL STD 810F, NO-58-A213
Values noted are typical. Equipment descriptions and specifications subject to change without notice or obligation.