요것들을 곰곰히 들여다 보면 당장이라도 아마추어무선용도로 사용할 것 같습니다. 실제 prm 4790 경우는 등에 지고 운용한 사례도 인터넷에 돌아 다니네요.
또 panther v의 늠름한 외관과 tra 3755단파 송수신기의 탄탄한 모습은 맘을설레게 합니다.

 

Tactical Communications  Syncal 2000 - PRM 4790

Tactical HF transceiver offering Automatic Link Establishment

Syncal 2000 is the latest in the long line of tactical high performance HF transceivers from Thales Defence. It is compact, easy to operate and very cost effective. With ten programmable channels, it can operate anywhere in the 1.6MHz to 30MHz range.

  • Internal ALE option interoperable with FED STD 1045 and MIL STD 188-141A ALE radios
  • Frequency range 1.6-29.9999MHz
  • 10 preset channels - 100 available with ALE
  • Ch 1 - 9 single and two frequency simplex 284,000 channels
  • Full frequency access (10Hz receiver resolution) on Ch ‘0’ with search control
  • Automatic fast tune AAMTU built-in
  • High dynamic range receiver
  • Reliable noise immune voice squelch
  • 20W Tx with continuous speech operation at +55degC
  • Serial I/F for programming and ALE configuration
  • Remote control of front panel switch functions
  • Noise blanker removes interference from vehicle ignition systems
  • HF/VHF Rebroadcast using tone squelch
  • Low cost 20W/12V vehicle fit
  • 20W/24V vehicle fit with MA 4794 VIU
  • 100W/24V vehicle fit with TA 4793 VIU/Amp and BCC 540G AAMTU
  • Dual vehicle fit working with separate co-site filter (available as option)
  • Operating temperature -40degC to +70degC
  • Low cost, lightweight

Operator confidence with Syncal 2000 is very high. The front panel has been designed for operational simplicity - rotary switches coupled with a large, clear LCD with back lighting gives good visual indications of the operational status of the transceiver. When the set is switched on, it goes through a comprehensive self-test routine and any problems are indicated on the display. Spin wheel tuning allows fast access to any frequency required. Although channel spacing is 100Hz, the clarifier facility allows fine tuning in 10Hz increments.


The transceiver uses digital signal processing (DSP) which not only gives improved transmit and receive performance but also gives improved stability, reliability and maintainability. The receiver has a very high dynamic range, reliable noise immune squelch giving good rebro capability and an effective noise blanker which reduces interference, especially in the vehicle role.

An optional internal Automatic Link Establishment (ALE) also uses DSP and is compatible with other FED STD 1045 and MIL STD 188-141A radios. This important feature enables the optimum operating channel to be automatically selected, thereby reducing the level of operator skill required for maintaining high circuit availability. A DTMF handset permits operator to operator dialling and Lincompex speech processing provides enhanced voice quality.

 

Tactical Communications  Panther H

The new generation of HF tactical ECCM radios

PANTHER-H is an intelligent frequency hopping transceiver and is the result of many years research to find a tactical HF radio system which provides a Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) and anti-jamming protection whilst delivering reliable, good quality communications on all types of HF link.

- 1.5 to 30MHz in 100Hz steps
- 100 programmable channels
- Operating modes:-
  - USB, LSB and CW
  - Fixed frequency
  - Adaptive fixed frequency
  - Intelligent frequency hopping
  - Synchronisation: Fully automatic, no time of day entry required
  - Selective calling
  - Hop rate: 10 hops/second
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Power Outputs:

  - Manpack: 5/25/50 watts
  - Transportable/Vehicle/Base Station: 5/25/100 watts
  - 400 watts optional
  - Designed to meet the environmental requirements of MIL STD 810E
  - Operational temperature range of -40 to +70 degrees Centigrade
  - Small size and weight make PANTHER-H ideal for special forces, covert operations and conventional roles

PANTHER-H operates in three distinct modes:

Standard fixed frequency voice and CW, allowing interoperability with existing HF radios.

Adaptive fixed frequency, providing automatic clear channel search to counter high levels of interference.

Intelligent frequency hopping, giving high grade ECCM communications in a congested band.

Conventional Hopping Techniques
Spectral congestion will remain a major problem on skywave links where many users all around the world are competing for the same relatively small part of the HF spectrum. At night, when signal strengths are at their peak the problem is compounded even further.

Owing to the large number of signals in the hop band many of the hop channels will be blocked making "conventional" hopping systems generally unusable.

Intelligent Frequency Hopping
The only viable way to overcome the blocked signal problem is intelligent frequency hopping as employed in PANTHER-H.

The system selects a sub-set of hopping frequencies, which are clear of interference, thus eliminating the effect of blocked channels.

Hop rate is 10 hops per second, which gives good quality communications on both skywave and mixed groundwave/skywave paths. SSB voice is used to maximise voice quality whilst minimising spectral usage enabling the intelligent hopper to fit into narrow gaps in the spectrum.

Hop bandwidths are automatically selected by the radio depending on operating frequency and antenna type being used. Lists of hop frequencies can be manually entered if desired, allowing hop bandwidths up to 2MHz.

The hop sequence is based on a non-linear keystream generator which has a 90 bit hopping key, giving 1027 possible hop sequences. Synchronisation is fully automatic and is based on the battlefield proven Thales Defence systems. No operator action or input such as time of day entry is required. Late entry into a net is automatic and selective calling is provided. The synchronisation data is inserted into the message whilst hopping, with no loss of voice quality.

Initial synchronisation data is sent at 20 hops per second to improve performance and the intelligent hopping radio can be synchronised to up to ten nets at once. The operator changes between nets simply by changing channel. This allows PANTHER-H to cater for changes between day time and night time operation. The radio will retain its synchronisation for over 24 hours of radio silence.

PE1LXS HF mobile/portable

 

Tactical Communications Panther V

The Panther V Enhanced Data Radio (EDR) is a core element of the latest generation Panther EDR frequency hopping military radio family. It represents the smallest and lightest tactical 20 watt manpack and vehicle radio available today, offering un-paralleled Electronic Protection Measures (EPM), data and user capabilities in the 30 to 108 MHz military radio band.

Panther V, although available as a 20 watt manpack, has co-site filtering built in to the basic transceiver. By connecting the radio directly to the 24-volt vehicle supply, Panther V will operate as an extremely compact 20-watt vehicle station in multi-radio installations. For higher power, Panther V connects to a vehicle interface unit providing a power output of 50 watts. Even in this high powered role, the volume of Panther offers considerable savings over similar radios from its nearest competitors.

  • Frequency range 30 to 108MHz
  • Tri role: integrated transceiver
    • Manpack
    • Clip-in
    • Lower power vehicle transceiver
  • Smallest 20 Watt EPM manpack / vehicle transceiver available
  • Compact 50 Watt amplifier option
  • Integral vehicle harness interface
  • Internal or external GPS option
  • Re-broadcast facility
  • LED alphanumeric display
  • Technology: >95% SMD

Un-paralleled compatibility

  • Drop-in replacement and full over the air compatibility with the Worlds most widely used tactical EPM radio, the Jaguar V
  • Compatible with a range of Vehicle harness systems including our BCC600 series, VIS, and VIC1
  • Drop-in replacement option for VRC12

Built in compatibility to existing weapon systems including:-

  • Patriot missile system data modes
  • MIA2 tank IVIS data modes

 

PANTHER V-EDR - GENERAL DESCRIPTION

  • Operating in the 30 -108 MHz frequency range, Panther V-EDR offers unsurpassed communications performance for a radio a fraction of the size and weight of the current generation of equipment.
  • The Panther V-EDR which is now in service in many countries around the word, has been described as the easiest to use tactical VHF EPM radio available today. Fully automatic initial and late entry synchronisation in all EPM modes, coupled with the user friendly controls, ensures that communicating is easy and reliable even for inexperienced operators.
  • Essential to multi-media radio networks is an on-air management system able to provide voice priority and maximum throughput of data at the same time. Panther EDR has been designed with built in multiple radio access protocols, allowing integrated voice and data throughput on a radio net. Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) automatically controls data flow across a radio network and is essential for managed mixed voice and data networks.
  • The advanced facilities provided in the new Panther V-EDR further simplify end enhance the radio s operation, including the introduction of a full dot matrix alphanumeric display for mode indication, easy to use menu structure, and programmable radio net names.
  • The Panther V-EDR radio incorporates the very latest in Digital Signal Processing technology providing a truly software configurable digital architecture radio design. This means that the flexible design and processing power available will ensure that future upgrades, to meet specific operational requirements, can be achieved throughout the in service life of the radio. Software upgrades are achieved without the need to open the radio, thus ensuring that future requirements can be met in the field.
  • To achieve the compact design and high reliability of the radio, comprehensive use of surface mount technology has been made with over 95% of the components being SMDs.
  • The Panther V-EDR radio provides the option for seamless transfer of GPS position information from the externally connected GPS receiver (Internal option available for PANTHER V-EDR GPS). Position information is available on request (polled) or sent with each transmission. By embedding the position coordinates within the encrypted on air link protocol, the information is completely protected from enemy intercept, and additionally is transparent to the radio's voice and data transmissions.

PANTHER V-EDR - GENERAL FEATURES

  • Frequency range 30 to 108 MHz
  • Multi role: integrated transceiver
    • Manpack
    • Vehicle clip - in
    • 20watt vehicle fit
  • Smallest 20Watt EPM manpack/vehicle transceiver available
  • Compact 50 Watt amplifier
  • Integral vehicle harness interface
  • Internal GPS option
  • Dedicated GPS interface
  •  and 3 way re-broadcast facility
  • Alphanumeric display
  • Technology: >95% SMD
 

  COMMUNICATION

  • Fully automatic synchronisation
  • Combat proven optimised frequency hopping algorithms
  • Free channel search with frequency hopping interoperation
  • Integral high level 16kb/s digital encryption
  • Custom crypto solutions  
  • Interoperable with fixed frequency transceivers
  • Interoperable in all Jaguar V EPM modes
  • Hailing facility 
  • Two frequency simplex operation
  • Channel Scanning capability
  • Intercom facility
 

  ADVANCED DATA SERVICES

  • Tactical Inter-net data service support
  • Dual 115kb/s RS232 interface
  • 9.6 kb/s data throughput with comprehensive FEC
  • Integral CSMA for Packet data applications
  • Multiple Simultaneous data calls (MSA)
  • TDMA support for Weapon / Sensor system (option) 
  • Automatic voice / data recognition

 

  APPLICATION SUPPORT
  • WindowsTM based Messaging / Email / file transfer application
  • Packet data overlay support
  • Situation awareness (GPS)
  • Command Information Systems support
  • Slow scan video transmission

 

  MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • WindowsTM based Radio Programmer Software (option)
  • WindowsTM based Extended Control Software Development Tool Kit (option)
  • Comprehensive Over The Air Re-programming with secure / hopping protection
  • Key generation software (option)
  • Comprehensive multi-level BIT
  • Integral Electronic Log Record (ELR)
  • Software upgrade package (option)
  •  
  ADVANCED USER SERVICES
  • Simultaneous multiple selective voice calls (MSA)
  • Programmable Net Names
  • Operator authentication and identification
  • Alarm and alert functions (option)
  • Commander break - in facility (option)
  • Software radio architecture upgradeable for customer specific functionality

 

  INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

The Panther V - EDR is a core element of the latest generation Panther Enhanced Digital Radio (EDR) family. It represents the smallest and lightest tactical 20 watt manpack and vehicle radio available today, offering un-paralleled EPM, data and user capabilities in the 30 to 108 MHz military radio band.

  THE ULTIMATE MANPACK SOLUTION

The Panther V - EDR manpack transceiver provides 5 and 20 watts of RF power with un-matched co-site capability enabling operation in multi-radio locations where the majority of similar manpack radios would fail. The transceiver's superior co-site performance also enables the manpack to be operated in a vehicle clip-in configuration, with colocated 50 watt VHF radios, delivering up to 20 watts through the vehicle antenna.

  THE COMPACT VEHICLE SOLUTION

The Panther V- EDR transceiver can be installed as a dedicated compact 20 watt vehicle radio in land based tracked and wheeled vehicles as well as airborne and naval platforms. Vehicle harness interfacing and power conditioning have integrated within the transceiver, thus providing a single unit solution.
For high RF power vehicle and base station operation, the Panther V - EDR transceiver interfaces to the BCC 767 amplifier unit providing 50 watts in a compact size that similar systems have been unable to achieve.

PANTHER V-EDR - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

FREQUENCY RANGE

30 to 108 MHz fixed frequency
30 to 88 MHz and frequency hopping
3120 frequencies at 25 kHz spacing

PRESET CHANNELS

8 programmable nets storing all operational information and synchronisation status (battery backed)

OPERATEING MODES

Fixed clear (FC) and fixed secure (FS) multimedia voice, data, video, messaging, situation awareness)
Frequency hopping secure (FHS) multimedia - optimised at 1000hps
Mixed Free Channel Search (FCS) frequency hopping automatic net operation

ON AIR INTEROPERABILITY

Fixed clear voice
Frequency hopping hailing
Jaguar V EPM modes
Channel Scanning Mode (8 channels-FC)
Two Frequency Simplex (FS)

FREQUENCY HOPPING

All frequency hopping
4/16/256 user specified frequency
256 channels orthogonal hopping (8 guaranteed orthogonal sets)
32 barred bands per programmed channel

SYNCHRONISATION

Fully automatic for both initial set up and late entry procedures
Passive and active late entry
Independent of external time of day information
All synchronisation can be achieved without a Master station in the radio net Radio silence - indefinite

ENCRYPTION

High level digital stream cypher encryption covering all media transmissions
Number of keys greater than 1022

BASEBAND INTERFACES

Dual audio input
Dual RS232 data ports with flow control
Connection to Combat Net radio Interface / Radio
Gateway capability to Allied Forces EPM CNR radios (option)

DATA

Baseband data connections up to 115 kb/s
Asynchronous / synchronous data throughput up to 16 kb/s
Asynchronous / synchronous data throughput up to 9.6 kb/s with FEC
Reed Solomon Forward Error Correction (FEC), binary block coding and interleaving
Multiple Simultaneous Access (MSA) - up to 100 selective FHS data calls per net
Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) with dynamic net management
Automatic voice / data recognition

USER SERVICES

Selective call and radio banning
Multiple Simultaneous Access (MSA) - up to 100 selective FHS voice calls per net
Integral Over the Air Re-keying (Frequency, key and net information)
Authentication with operator and transceiver identification

INTEGRATED LOGISTIC SUPPORT

Comprehensive multi-level Built In Test (BIT)
Integral Electronic Log Record includes: serial number, user defined record, automatic fault log, radio duty cycle
In field software upgrade capability

REMOTE CONTROL

In -built 2 wire remote control/retransmission (up to 4Km)
2 and 3 way re-broadcast capability
Intercom facility over D10 field wire
Extended control and programming from a PC based Windows application

CO-SITE

5W/20W Manpack radio: 5MHz frequency separation; 1,5 metres
20W /50W Vehicle radio: 5MHz frequency separation; 1,5 metres

TRANSMIT

Output Power: (nominal)
Manpack configuration: 100mW, 5W at 12V DC,
100mW, 5W, 20W at 24V DC,
Vehicle/base station configuration: 100mW, 5W, 20W, 50W (with amplifier) at 24V DC
Harmonic Suppression: Better than 50dB below carrier

Spurious Emissions: Better than 60dB below carrier for greater than 25kHz offset

AF Response: Voice 300Hz-3.0kHz

RECIVE

Sensitivity: Better than -115dBm at 10dB SINAD
Spurious Response: Better than 85dB
AF Response: Voice 300Hz-3.0kHz
AF Output Power: 20mW nominal for each socket in to 300 ohms
Squelch: Carrier, 150 Hz tone and 16 kb/s

POWER SUPPLIES

Supply Voltage: 12V or 24V DC nominal
Primary or rechargeable batteries or vehicle supply
Protection Against: Supply polarity reversal
Open /Short circuit RF connection RF input 65V (EMF ) applied Spike/Surge DEF STANDARD 61-05 (Q STAG 307) 24V DC at Remoter Line Terminals

ENVIRONMENTAL

Temperature range: -40'C to +70 C
Environmental Specification: MIL STD 810E
Nuclear Hardened: EMP protected
EMI/EMC: MIL STD 461C

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Height: Width: Depth: Weight: Volume:
Transciever: 90 mm 230 mm 205 mm  4.4 kg 4.24 litres
50W Amplifier: 70 mm 230 mm 230 mm 4.2 kg  3.70 litres
 

 Panther_v tranceiver pdf
hf950 pdf
panther_edf.pdf
trc_3600.pdf

Panter desciption http://www.elprof.ro/military/index.htm

 

Strategic Communications

TRA3755HMT RACE 125W HF ALE Transceiver

  • Desktop
  • Front panel for conventional HF operation
  • Full built-in functionality of RACE and Javelin
  • 125W Power Output for ranges between 100~2500 km

  Special Features Built-in to RACE and Javelin

  • Adaptive HF controller for automatic selection of the most appropriate frequency.
  • Interface to Public and Private exchanges for telephone voice and fax.
  • Local interface for Telephone/Fax, so that a telephone/fax can be directly to the transceiver without the need for an exchange.
  • RS232C interface of a PC for: programming, file transfer or RACEMail e-mail server for a LAN and/or client software on the same PC.
  • Digital voice processing utilising Lincompex (LINk COMPression and EXpansion), for telephone quality voice over HF.
  • Three HF Data modems; high speed (7200 bps over the air, 3600 bps information plus error correction), medium speed (1250 bps information plus error correction) and finally the low speed (53.5/187.5 bps information plus error correction). Selection of the most appropriate modem is automatic based on the current HF conditions to provide 100% error-free data communications  

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