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the SOL8SDR-H2 offers enhanced GPS performance with on-board magnetics for a simplified Ethernet interface and future support for dual push-to-talk (PTT) communications.

The versatile Special Role Radio can be operated as a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) IP Mesh node, a point-to-point (P2P) COFDM transmitter or a P2P receiver streaming video to a tablet PC. It also offers dual on-board HD-capable video encoders and support for a variety of different camera interfaces including HDMI, an “open mic” full duplex audio channel and on-board SD card storage as well as 2W total output power.

Software Defined Radio Architecture

Software Defined Radio Architecture delivers multiple waveform options to support diverse deployments. At home operating as a Tactical Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET) IP Mesh node, a point-to-point (P2P) COFDM Transmitter, or a P2P receiver, streaming video to a tablet PC.

Radio Programming and Management

Powered by DTC’s unique mission-critical Tactical COFDM IP Mesh waveforms, delivers high bandwidth Full Motion Video (FMV) from a helmet and body-worn cameras, low latency fullduplex voice throughout the team and supports the sharing of critical mission data on the ground where it is needed.

Integrated GPS and Encryption

Integrated GPS with CoT support for direct radio integration into ATAK, CIVTAK & WINTAK as well as other situational awareness applications.

AES256 Encryption accredited to FIPS140-2 for the highest level of information security

Specifications

  • Features and Benefits
  • MeshUltra, MIMO and Standard IP Mesh capability
  • Enhanced GPS performance
  • On-board Ethernet magnetics
  • Gigabit Ethernet via USB 2.0 adaptor
  • 2W total output power
  • Dual high profile HD H.264 independent video encoders
  • Low latency Mesh radios - under 180ms for video; less than 20ms data only
  • Native SD/HD-SDI or composite/HDMI via adaptor; HDMI via side connector
  • Microphone inputs and headphone output for recording, transmission or talkback
  • USB support for peripherals such as 3G/4G/Wi-Fi dongles
  • Low power consumption, typically 7.5W to 10W
  • Battery life - up to 12 hours
  • Range NLOS - >1.5km single hop; >15km air to ground
  • Designed to MIL-STD-810G

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

FAQs

Does Codan software run on Windows 64bit operating systems?

Yes. Codan software has been tested on Windows 7 to Windows 10 32bit and 64bit operating systems with no known issues.

What is the difference between an FED-STD and MIL-STD ALE?

FED-STD refers to the FED-STD-1045 ALE, whereas MIL-STD refers to the MIL-STD-181-141B ALE. FED-STD ALE has the basic ALE feature set for calling and messaging, whereas MIL-STD has additional features such as NET calling, selective call types and LQA exchange.

NET calling allows you to group your users into nets, so rather than calling a particular person or everyone, you can call a certain group identified by a net. With MIL-STD ALE, you also have a variety of selective call types – such as global all-call, selective all-call, global any-call, selective any-call, double any-calls and more. Advanced ALE, part of MIL-STD ALE, enables you to force an LQA exchange.

Do you have a mechanism in place to tell customers when a product is being discontinued? If so, how much longer will support be available?

Discontinued products will be announced on our website and customers will be informed of such discontinuance directly and via our quarterly newsletter. Codan will provide a support plan for discontinued products as part of the discontinuance announcement. Discontinued product announcements can be accessed via the dedicated area on the Codan Communications Support page.

Where can I find the user manual for my radio?

For Codan radios, user manuals are available for purchase along with additional copies. Please contact your dealer, distributor or local Support centre for purchase.

I need to return equipment for repair or assessment. What do I need to do in order to send the equipment back?

While Codan products are known for their extraordinarily high level of reliability, if you should encounter any problems, please contact Codan or visit our Support page.

Please email: lmrsupport@codancomms.com and include:

  • Your name and contact number
  • Return shipment address
  • Model and serial number
  • What the product issue is

To return LMR equipment to Codan Communications in Canada, the Codan service department must first issue an RMA (Return Materials Authorization) number to you. This RMA number needs to be written on the outside of the box when returned. For further instruction on RMA, visit our Technical Support webpage.

Can I readily get spare parts for Codan radios?

Codan maintains a spare parts catalogue for our HF and LMR radios. Please contact your dealer, distributor, or your local support centre for purchase.

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