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  1. Codan Communications
22 September 2016

Codan Radio Communications Adds Sentry-H High-Frequency (HF) Software Defined Radio (SDR) to Sentry Tactical Radio Family

Codan Radio Communications expands its Sentry™ product family with the introduction of the Sentry-H™ High Frequency (HF) SDR radio.

Based on the proven Envoy HF SDR platform, the Sentry-H™ delivers an advanced, high-power radio solution with rugged and secure voice and data communications at an affordable price point.

High-power voice and data in a single RF Unit, the Sentry-H™ is equipped with second-generation digital voice, frequency hopping, embedded GPS, 3G ALE, and IP / USB connectivity.

In addition, the Sentry-H™ is custom-built for mobile and base configurations, eliminating the need for an external amplifier and allowing for quick solutions during emergency situations. The system also features a smart handset and simplified intuitive menu system with multiple language options.

"At Codan we’ve addressed the most important issues for our customers, reliability, affordability, and ease-of-use. For government and militaries with tactical requirements, the Sentry-H™ is the smart and cost-effective choice," affirmed Paul Sangster, Codan’s VP of Business Development and Marketing.

The new Sentry-H™ radio expands Codan’s family of tactical solutions, which now includes the Codan Sentry-V (VHF) handheld, Codan Patrol 2110M (HF) manpack, and RIOS interoperability for computer, smartphone and radio integration.

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