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Frogfoot напиша:
Приватноста на членовите на форумот е загарантирана, такво нешто не ми дава совеста.

СЕ шалам jupii lol!
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идеме натаму !еве ова ке ве потсети на нешто наше.

Ground Forces Digitalization Program Israel Defense Forces (ZAYAD)
Elbit Systems


CPOF (Command post of future) - Israel

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) "Ground Forces Digitalization" Program (Hebrew acronym ZAYAD) aims at linking the "sensors" and "shooters" across all command levels, down to the single soldier. The program will improve inter-networking of task forces and units operating throughout the theater of operation, enable flexible formation of combined task forces and improve the coordination and situational awareness at all levels of operations. The program will integrate to existing systems, including the strategic command, and battle management systems, currently available below the brigade level. The program will also integrate with the IDF future infantry combat system, currently under development at Elbit.


ZAYAD at the Division Level

At the division level, the program will implement dramatic changes, with the introduction of shelter-based computerized tactical operations centers, which will enable commanders to effectively monitor the situation in real time. These centers are fully equipped with all communications, processing, display, power distribution, and wiring required for operations. For voice communications digital communications will utilize Voice over IP technology, for maximum flexibility and optimal use of the spectrum. This technology offers automatic routing of calls to the most efficient channel and prioritization of high priority calls to maintain reliable links at the most critical phases of combat. Below the division level, high capacity data radios are expected to provide support for digital communications, both for stationary and on-the-move applications. Multiple Line-Of-Sight communication systems, currently supporting the division's communications channels to higher echelons and subordinate units, are also expected to be replaced by broadband satellite terminal, to facilitate seamless connectivity over a wide geographic area. Terrestrial LOS systems will continue to provide broadband data networking at much larger capacities (up to 155 MBps) using new mobile SDH communications terminals.


Computerized TOC

The computerized TOC is designed for rapid setup and could be fully operational within 30 minutes of deployment. Other assets are used for command on the move. The system will also enhance the IDF capability to create flexible, task oriented forces. It is based on advanced hardware and software C4I technologies. The Program will enable coordination between forces at different command levels, provide situational awareness to maneuvering forces, improve the overall operational capabilities, including survivability and accuracy, while efficiently utilizing manpower and other resources.


Tactical Internet Implementation

An important requirement of the new network is the capability every authorized user to transmit, receive and view high resolution still format, as well as live video from any sensors (including ground observations, BMS sight views, UAVs etc). This capability requires an optimized distribution of data, and the economical utilization of available spectrum. One of the solutions considered for this requirement is the implementation of the Tactical Internet Geographic Dissemination concept (TIGER) developed by Elbit Systems. Subscribers to the TIGER system automatically receive, store and distribute information, based on various parameters, including their geographical location and hierarchical placement in the command system. TIGER automatically update the communications channels and C2 systems of units when they are moving into a new area, or as ad-hoc task force are formed. Furthermore, the redundancy and survivability of the system are improved, as every subscriber is also a node, there is no "single point of failure", and the entire system can continue to function even under degraded conditions (countermeasures, interference or attack).

Under the Program, the existing ground forces Command, Control and Communications systems of the ground forces will be integrated, combining systems and applications developed and matured by Elbit Systems, the prime contractor as well as other subcontractors, including Tadiran Systems and Rafael. The Program includes development, supply and support of software and hardware, such as command and control consoles and terminals as well as information and image processing and dissemination systems. The cost of the multi-year program is estimated at over $200 million. Additional funding is expected to be added in US Foreign Military Sales, for the procurement of hardware systems for the program. Elbit received the contract on December 2004 and is expected to deliver the full system within ten years.









Israel's Integrated Advanced Soldier (IAS) program



The Israeli Integrated Advanced Soldier (IAS) program is building a 'dismounted combat team' which will be able to operate in mounted or dismounted configuration. The equipment used by the troops will be modular, and designed to operate in urban and open terrain. Currently underway the program is led by the Ministry of Defense's Defense Directorate for Research and Development (DDRD) and Elbit Systems. The program began with a feasibility study launched in 2003 and followed a year later with a combat lab experiment. In 2005, the IDF tested individual combatant gear and conducted the first battalion-size field test highlighting an urban warfare scenario. Following the test, which proved highly successful, the system entered full scale development. The first kits are being delivered and will be used for company and battalion-size exercises, beginning fall 2007 through winter 2008. Following the conclusion of these tests, the system will become operational.

The motivation of the IAS was to establish a common language between combat elements through the command echelons, linking the infantry to the Digital Army Program (DAP) network known as Zayad. Through IAP, commanders will be provided with C4I subsystems enabling them to link their units into the DAP network. While implementation of Zayad among armor, artillery, combat engineering and other elements required extensions of wireless data links and protocols to 'talk' with existing command and control elements, the integration with the infantry required fielding an entirely new command and control system, tailored for the 'human platform'. This system is optimizing target-management and weapons employment at squad, and platoon level, establish mission planning, orientation and navigation tools and introduce data networking between team members and tactical leaders at different command level. Such systems enable the units to rapidly pursue time-critical targets (closure of 'kill chain') by small formations, autonomous allocate and assign targets or flexibly team up with other units, throughout the command chain.

The heart of the C4I system used with IAS consists of the Personal Digital Unit (PDU) - a wearable computer coupled with a hand held display, a radio (PRC710), eyepiece display and headsets, mobile Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) and navigation system. All elements are embedded into a wearable system and armor vest weighing less than five kilograms.




"Namer" will become a fully networked armored fighting vehicle. Part of its C4 equipment will be the new Battle Management System/Infantry, designed by Elbit Systems to support the dismounted 'Integrated Advanced Soldier' (IAS) system.


'Terminal' modular computer system

The system uses the new 'Terminal' modular computer system, developed by Elbit Systems, powered by an RMI dual processor running Windows CE operating system. Providing high quality graphics, supporting two simultaneous 1920x1200 pixel displays, including a direct interface to the OLED (VESA). The system consumes only 6.5 watts supplied by two hot swappable external Lithium Polymer batteries sufficient for continuous 4-5 hours mission. The system has two Ethernet (LAN) network adapters, five USB ports, a standard RS232 serial port, audio, VOIP codec and fiber LAN docking interface. The Modular Computer weighs 0.7 kg (excluding batteries).
Although IAS evaluated an eyepiece as part of the kit, the IDF opted for another display- a hand held viewer developed by ITL Optronics. This piece integrates an OLED 800x600 mini display from eMagin, offering a high quality, wide field of view (34deg.) image. The viewer weighs only 300 grams and connects to the PDU through the USB port. It can be used effectively by day or night without compromising the user's position by light leakage. Built-into the device is a line-of-sight sensor, enabling automatic image or map orientation. Built-in mouse buttons enable seamless control of the computer. For planning, debriefing commanders will use the 8" handheld 800x600 pixel LCD display applied with touch screen. The sunlight readable device is designed for daylight use, using glare resistant coating. Its average consumption is 4 watts and weight is 600 gram.


QuietOps

Another element of the IAS is the QuietOps software programmable headset developed by Sylinx. The system supports and controls two radio sets, and is designed with both passive and active noise canceling hearing protection, offering natural hear-through capability while effectively protecting from high dB 'spikes' and overpressures caused by nearby gunshots or blasts, which could damage the soldier's hearing. A side benefit of the QuietOps system is its ability to improve hearing up to 'super normal' level, and supporting 'whisper mode', both functions could be highly constructive for ambush and covert ops.


Communications

The IAS communications gear consists of several systems, including a tactical router (enhanced military wireless LAN) developed by Elbit Systems. The unit, configured as a standard PC card (PCMCIA), carries high capacity data transfer over short range. The system can also utilize the 'Mountain Rose' military cellular mobile network, which is dependent on infrastructure. For operations where such infrastructure is not available, tactical combat net radio, such as the PRC710 personal VHF radio (weight less than 750 gr) can be used. Both radios are designed to transfer data at low speed. When multiple gateways are available, IAS will automatically select the most appropriate medium according to the system's service policy. Furthermore, the entire system will dynamically route each message to reach its destination at the fastest route.

A new navigation system is under development at the DDRD, enabling effective navigation in areas where GPS cannot be relied upon. The system uses a combination sensors, such as gyro, compass, accelerometers and other sensors to determine the location of the unit at an. The system is attached to the soldier's gear and will continue to determine accurate location for several hours after GPS contact is lost. Its accuracy is determined as a function of the distance traveled without GPS reference. It is effective throughout the soldier's combat activities, including running, walking, crawling or sprinting.

IAS teams will be equipped with indigenously developed systems for surveillance, reconnaissance and target acquisition, enabling the team to independently and effectively collect intelligence, acquire and pursue time critical targets with high efficiency and accuracy, by its own assets or by employing other 'networked enabled assets'.


Spatial Orientation System

Three types of hand-held observation-and target acquisition systems will be available for AIS commanders at the different tactical levels. Squad leaders and Platoon Sergeants will use the Spatial Orientation System, developed by ITL Optronics. This system has built-in laser rangefinder and digital compass, a monocular x7 day channel, which can also be used with a night viewer. The SOS has an integrated data display and mouse buttons, depicting target range and bearing, navigational aids and 'leads' to designated targets or locations, as well as a map display.


Cobra Target Acquisition System

Platoon Leaders will use a new target acquisition device, using an uncooled thermal imager with an integrated a laser rangefinder, electronic compass and GPS with an uncooled thermal sight, effective at ranges beyond 1,000 meters. This device can also be used as a hand-held computer display, utilizing its built-in full color super VGA display and mouse buttons. ITL has recently introduced such a system called Cobra, which can do all that at a weight of less than one kilogram, much less than the goal set by the IAS program team (1.6 kg).


Coral-CR

Another new device will be used by company and battalion commanders as well as the officers and observers in recce platoons. Coral-CR, designed and built by Elbit Systems is hand-held, cooled, thermal target acquisition system using a 480x384 detector operating in the 3-5 micron band. Using continuous zoom, the system can be used effectively up to five kilometers. As a target acquisition system, Coral-CR integrates a digital magnetic compass, GPS and internal display, enabling effective observation, identification and extraction of target coordinates in real-time. The system weighs 3.4 kg, including batteries.


Enhanced Vision & Robotics

Other observation devices available for the team include the 'continuous surveillance system', an 'observation arrow' developed by ODF. The arrow fired from standard M-16s can be fired at a range up to 70 meters, placing the arrow at vantage point, maintaining line of sight with the target. The arrow will continue to operate for four hours, sending video streams picked by its camera, remotely controlled by the controller via two-way link. Another imaging device developed by ODF is the Eyeball, which is thrown into confined room position by an assault team. ODF is also developing a small robot called EyeDrive, which will be able to move, position itself and scout confined spaces through remotely controlled operation.


Fire Controls for Support Weapons

Grenadiers will be equipped with the Viper, a fire control system enabling first shot hit for grenade launchers, enabling effective fire and limit collateral damage. The system developed by ITL Optronics uses 'see through' display depicting computer controlled aiming point, calculated by the system's computer, fed by sensors including laser rangefinder and tilt and roll sensors. The computer calculates the ballistic curve required to hit the target and sets the aiming point accordingly. Furthermore, the system supports advanced programmable MPRS grenades developed by IMI, by setting time-programmable fuses for time-delay detonation or airburst effect, in addition to standard point detonation effect.

The IAS evolved from an earlier 'soldier modernization technology demonstration program launched by the IDF Ground Forces Command program and DDRD. This program, also known as “Infantry 2000”, was managed by Elbit Systems. The Israeli infantry suite comprised of a helmet and weapon mounted sensors, weapon mounted fire control system, head and weapon mounted display and sights, and pouch mounted wearable computer, fitted with navigation systems, data and synthesized voice communications. The Infantry 2000 program focused on the 'soldier as a system' concept, seeking a suite that will enable the future soldier to navigate, communicate and locate and engage targets, with superior firepower, lethality and protection. The suite would also include augmented lethality weapons, such as the IMI Tavor-2, firing the Refaim anti-personnel air-burst weapon. At present, IAD pursue a different approach, facilitating effective dismounted command and control while other aspects of 'Infantry 2000' are dealt with as part of regular modernization cycles.






Coral-CR

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Tavor 2 under development at IMI



Development of Tavor-2 is underway at Israel Military Industries (IMI), as part of the Future Infantry Warrior program, launched by the IDF Ground Forces Command. Tavor 2 is designed as an integral part of the Infantry Combat System and provides a major increase in lethality and survivability for the individual infantryman and to the infantry squad. Based on the standard Tavor, the new weapon will integrate integral fire control, and the capability to fire support weapon such as rifle grenades, from the standard weapon.



Tavor 2 will be equipped with a day/night sight, miniature laser rangefinder and target marker, (known as MPRS - Multi-Purpose Rifle System) which will enable the user to engage targets rapidly and accurately, at high precision. The weapon uses four pushbuttons – to activate the weapon’s systems, sending images and report positions, to the battlefield management systems. The Tavor 2 weapon will also include the fire control and firing systems for a new squad support, augmented lethality munitions, under development at IMI.



Grenadiers will be equipped with the Viper, a fire control system enabling first shot hit for grenade launchers, enabling effective fire and limit collateral damage. The system developed by ITL Optronics uses 'see through' display depicting computer controlled aiming point, calculated by the system's computer, fed by sensors including laser rangefinder and tilt and roll sensors. The computer calculates the ballistic curve required to hit the target and sets the aiming point accordingly. Furthermore, the system supports advanced programmable MPRS grenades developed by IMI, by setting time-programmable fuses for time-delay detonation or airburst effect, in addition to standard point detonation effect.

The Infantry 2000 program focused on the 'soldier as a system' concept, seeking a suite that will enable the future soldier to navigate, communicate and locate and engage targets, with superior firepower, lethality and protection. The suite would also include augmented lethality weapons, such as the IMI Tavor-2, firing the Refaim anti-personnel air-burst weapon. At present, IAD pursue a different approach, facilitating effective dismounted command and control while other aspects of 'Infantry 2000' are dealt with as part of regular modernization cycles.


REFAIM Advanced Infantry Weapon System

The airburst grenade uses a programmable time delay fuse which is set by the Multi-Purpose Rifle System (MPRS) fire control system designed by International Technologies Lasers (ITL).

The MPRS has additional C4I functions, including a digital compass and laser pointer which provide effective battlefield coordination, as well as full integration into tactical command and control systems. Information from the system can be displayed at the team and squad level, neighboring forces such as tanks or helicopters, or link up to higher command echelons.

At LIC 2004 IMI unveiled an inert Refaim grenade with an embedded camera and communications link, which can send a view of the target as it descends to strike. This low cost system provides a “bird’s view” of the target. The image is collected by the receiving unit and displayed to the user as a static image of the target, with various zoom options.
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ПишувањеПредмет: Re: Систем за интегрирано војување   15/1/2013, 23:39

Типов везе..сега обработува ТЕТРА...
кој не го мрзи нека го среди матреалов на нашки.

http://www.mycity-military.com/Pesadijsko-naoruzanje-municija-i-oprema/Komandno-komunikacioni-uredjaji_14.html#p1347812
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Сепура ( ТЕТРА користиме и ние)

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Sepura is a global leader in TETRA (TErrestrial Trunked RAdio) digital radio products. We deliver mission-critical communications to customers in the public safety, military, transport, utilities and commercial sectors.
We offer one of the broadest ranges of standard and specialist radio products, support tools and accessories, combined with unrivalled local customer care and support. With more than 45% market share, we're at the forefront of TETRA innovation and have achieved many industry 'firsts'. We're committed to driving the continued development of TETRA and of the broader Personal Mobile Radio (PMR) market.


Sepura secures Norwegian police contract

Sepura radios have been selected by the Norwegian police to help renew its radio communications system.

The Nødnett (emergency network) contract, which covers the first two phases of the project, was awarded to VHF Communication AS, Sepura’s long-standing partner in Norway.

VHF won the police tender for the first three phases of the Nødnett rollout (including the greater Oslo area) and will be the sole supplier of radio terminals for Phases 1 and 2. These phases include the STP9000 hand-portable radios, as well the SRG3900 mobile radio, which will be installed in cars, boats and motorbikes in a variety of configurations. The radios will be used by selected police districts and were chosen because of their robustness, usability and high quality.

Commenting on the deal, Lars-Magnus Gustafsson, Sepura’s business development manager for Scandinavia, commented, “This is an important step for Sepura. We are already market leaders in Sweden and Denmark, so it is not surprising that the quality, reliability and excellent feature-set that Sepura’s radios offer appealed to the Norwegian police.

“The STP9000, with its choice of user interfaces, IP67 environmental protection rating and outstanding audio clarity, is already proving popular around the world and I am particularly pleased that the Norwegian police have recognised its benefits and have selected it for this project.”



Hand-held STP 9000

The brand new Sepura STP9000 is a truly innovative series of TETRA hand-portable radios, designed for users who want the best. It inherits all the market-leading attributes of the existing flagship STP8000 series, but fuses them with a new generation of highly innovative features which will be attractive to a broad range of end-users. Just some of the key features that the series offers include; an IP67 rating (dust- and water-proof), advanced sensitive GPS, enhanced and intuitive user interface and RFID capability.







The STP9000 series comprises three variants:

• STP9000- The fully-featured flagship of the range, with large colour screen and full keypad

• STP9100- The STP9100 is designed for users who require many of the key advantages of the STP9000 range, but typically need to perform only a limited range of tasks using their radio

• STP9200- The STP9200 shares the vast majority of the core benefits of the flagship STP9000 model, including the IP67 rating, but is targeted at users who are seeking an entry-level model



Available in both 380-430 MHz and 407-473 MHz bands, the STP9000 series is destined to become the hand-portable of choice for users operating in a variety of challenging environments and demanding a high performance, robust product.


Features and benefits

The STP9000 series takes the TETRA hand-portable market to a new level. Designed to offer superb functionality coupled with truly robust hardware, it meets a wide range of the advanced requirements which reflect the ever-increasing levels of sophistication of users worldwide. The new features, coupled with the new styling, also give the STP9000 a highly contemporary look and feel.

The series' focus is on offering new operational possibilities and removing obstacles to efficient and effective operation. The key features and benefits that the STP9000 offers include:

• Indoor / urban canyon location - the sensitive GPS in the STP9000 will allow users to report their location even in dense urban and some indoor locations.

• Robustness- The STP9000 series boasts an IP67 (dust- and water-proof) environmental protection rating, which means that it will still function after having been submerged in up to 1m of water for up to 30 minutes. In addition, new Connector Protector technology provides additional protection against the potential damage that salt water and salt fog can cause to the connectors.

• Improved ease of use - the STP9000 series provides an enhanced user interface, which offers three different presentation styles, which users can select according to their personal preference.

Compatability mode is similar to Sepura's existing user interface (used on one million radios worldwide), enabling existing Sepura users to beimmediately comfortable with the new STP9000 series.

Grid and list modes will appear familiar to new users who may be used touser interfaces on smartphones or other cellular industry devices. In both cases,organisations will minimise training costs for existing staff and new recruits.

• Smart keypad and display technology - Following detailed user feedback, Sepura has added "haptic" technology to the STP9000 and STP9100 variants. Haptics produce a physical movement of the radio, felt through the hand, which confirms to gloved users that the key press has been successful. In addition, the "Twist and Zoom" feature uses smartphone technology to allow a portrait image to be zoomed to full-screen size, allowing the user to see full detail of an image, such as a missing person, as they rotate the radio.

• Operational efficiency - innovative hardware design blocks out background noise, whilst enhanced audio equalisation technology provides a radically enhanced full-duplex audio experience.

• Advanced resource management - tracking radios, particularly in a pooled system, can be difficult, so the STP9000 range's built-in RFID tag will be of considerable benefit to many users.

• Enhanced user safety - with the further battery life improvement that the STP9000 brings, the safety of users will be safeguarded.

• Reduced cost of ownership - unlike new models from other manufacturers, the STP9000 is compatible with all STP8000 accessories, thereby helping organisations to keep costs down.

Hand-held STP9100





Hand-held STP9200








Mobile SRG 3900









Sepura's SRG3900 is the latest generation of the proven SRG3000 series mobile radio and includes support for the Sepura Colour Console (SCC) with Hi-Colour user interface and for hot swappable front connected accessories.

The SRG3900 is a fully featured TETRA mobile that is hardware ready to support Direct Mode Gateway, Direct Mode Repeater, PEI based Data and E2EE options.

Designed and manufactured by Sepura, the adaptability and flexibility of the SRG3900 has been designed to meet the needs of demanding users within the Transport, Utility and Public Safety markets.

Adaptable
• Class leading 10 Watts RF Power gives the greatest operational range of any TETRA radio.
• Direct Mode Gateway services increase workflow management with Intelligent Call Conversion and Message Routing.
• Direct Mode Repeater functionality enhances DMO communication.

Flexible
• Feature licence codes to enable functionality when required in the field
• Backwards compatible with existing Sepura Mobile installations
• Numerous installation solutions include Transceiver only, Dual Console, Virtual Console and Handset Based Console options.
• Audio presentation options support PA broadcast, local recording and 3rd party radio equipment.

Intelligent
• Night Mode for low-glare night use.
• Over the Air remote control via Sepura Status Triggered Functions.
• Tamper protected and Smart card based E2E Encryption options.
• Performance monitoring feature facilitates network analysis.

Features and benefits

Performance Monitoring
Facilitates network performance and quality of service (QoS) analysis

10W RF Power
Ensures maximum coverage in TMO, DMO, DMO Gateway and DMO Repeater modes

DMO Gateway Option
Extends network coverage in rural locations or to within buildings

Display
Large, high resolution colour display ideal for viewing clear sharp images

DMO Repeater
Enables DMO voice and Data communication over a wider area with increased reliability

Data
Dual data ports as standard enable support for two data applications

Audio
Configurable audio presentation allows: Fixed level line-out audio Line-in audio Independent volume control between audio accessories

Console
Colour Console, IP67 Console, Handset Basaed Console and Virtual Console options with support for Dual console installations

Security
Hardware ready to support E2E Encryption with optional Smart Card


Specification

Size and Weight

Transceiver 980g- 178mm W x 49.75mm L x 126.2mm D (inc Connectors and SIM door)
Sepura Colour Console (SCC)
Handset Based Console (HBC) 225g- 69mmW x 162mmL x 28mmD

Frequency Bands
380 - 430MHz
407 - 473MHz

RF Performance

10 watt RF Power output (Class 2)
RF power adjustable in steps of 5dB, independently adjustable for TMO and DMO operations.
Adaptive Power Control supported
Receiver Static Sensitivity -112dBm
Receiver Dynamic Sensitivity -103dBm
Receiver Class A

Power Supply
10.8 to 15.6V DC, typical 13.8V DC

Environmental

Dust & Water protection to IEC529 IP54
ETS 300 019 -2-5 drop, vibration and humidity
Storage Temp -40°C to +85°C
Operating Temp -30°C to +70°C
IP67 Console option available

Security

Authentication - Mutual and SwMI initiated
TMO and DMO Air Interface Encryption support - TEA1, TEA2, TEA3 and TEA4
Trunked Mode Security Class 1, 2 and 3
Direct Mode DM-2C support
PIN and PUK Entry
Temporary Enable and Disable
Fully Integrated E2E hardware with tamper protection
Public & Private Algorithm E2E support enabled via software upgrade***
Integral SIM connector for Smart Card based E2EE options
Dual E2EE Algorithm support with dynamic switching of active algorithm
Software Authenticity and protection employing Digital Signature

Console

High resolution 320 x 240 pixels QVGA TFT display
Large 57.6mm x 43.2mm Active Area (2.8")
262K Colours
Three text sizes****
Night Mode4
Front mounted audio accessories
Front mounted connector for data and configuration via radio manager
AMPS and single DIN compatible
Fully compatible with existing accessories, cables and legacy mounting options
Common Sepura UI
Two context sensitive keys****
Missed event LED
Tri colour status LED
18 configurable soft keys
Dual remote console support, each up to 12 metres from the Transceiver.
Virtual and Handset Based Console (HBC) options available

GPS Receiver (optional)

12 channel GPS receiver
-155dBm/-185dBW acquisition sensitivity
-159dBm/-189dBW tracking sensitivity
ETSI LIP, Sepura Compact and NMEA protocol support
Position Assist
Over the Air GPS management
Location reporting to two TETRA identities
Position & Direction Display

Gateway Services (option enabled by a feature license code)

Group voice call between DMO and TMO
Individual voice calls between DMO and TMO
Emergency group call from DMO to TMO
Emergency group call from TMO to DMO
Pre-emption (in either direction) of existing call
SDS messaging in either direction
Configurable routing of SDS messages to Console or PEI
Intelligent handling of point to point calls and SDS messages whilst operating as a Gateway

Repeater Services (option enabled by a feature license code)

Repeats DMO voice and tone signalling on selected talk group
Repeats SDS and Status messaging on selected talk group
ETSI Type 1A DMO Repeater for channel efficient operation
Priority Call
Emergency Call (Pre-emptive Priority Call)
Supports E2E Encrypted DMO traffic
Call participation whilst in Repeater mode

Audio

Rated Audio Output - 8 W @ 1kHz into 4 Ohms
Dual speaker configuration capable of driving 2 x 4 Ohms speakers
Fixed Level Line-out audio option enabling Broadcast and Recording support
Line-in Audio for 3rd party console interface support
Five independent volume controls for Loudspeaker and Audio Accessories
Three audio accessories per console

Voice Services

Full Duplex Calls (to MS and PABX/PSTN)
Half Duplex Calls (Individual and Group)
Late Entry
Priority Call
Emergency Call (Pre-emptive Priority Call)
Emergency Call preference
Talking Party Identity
Calling Line Identity Presentation
DTMF Dialling
Ambience Listening
Privacy Mode
Whisper Mode
Group Focus

Data Services

Status Messaging
Short Data Service Messaging
SDS via DMO Gateway
Circuit Switched Data Calls
Multi Slot Packet Data
Text Message Data Store
Short Data Applications (SDA)
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
SDS Store & Forward
Concatenated SDS (up to 1000 characters)

Other Functions and Features

Support for up to 9900 pre-programmed Talkgroups and in any combination of TMO or DMO talk groups
Up to 50 Dynamic Group Number Assignment (DGNA) and supporting Lifetime Timers
Efficient management of talk-groups using up to 5000 folders in a multilevel folder structure with up to 75 talk-groups per folder
Talk-group Folder Management via PEI and SDS
Fixed and User Defined Talk-group Scan Lists
Priority Group Scanning with support for Background groups
Fast Talk-group Access supports up to 5 TMO and 5 DMO groups
Query selected Talk-group
Telephone and Radio user Address Book (2000 entries) across 64 Folders
Call History with Missed Call alerts
Transmit Inhibit (TXI) with On/Off Status messaging
DMO Group and Emergency Calls
DMO Gateway Interoperability supported
ETSI compliant PEI port with AT-command interface for external applications
User Profiles including Pager capability
Remote control via Status triggered functions
Status triggered functions (up to 64 configurable actions driven by remote user)
Macro keys - operation of a single key will perform a sequence of complex functions
Digital I/O lines (3 in, 1 out)
Network Performance Monitoring





Mobile SRG 3500









SRG3500 Mobile Gateway

When it comes to advanced mobile radio communications, the SRG3500 is hard to beat. This top-of the line radio comes with built-in gateway and repeater functionality. In gateway mode it forms a bridge between the trunked TETRA network and a number of individual hand-helds, giving improved access to the network in areas of poor reception. In repeater mode it acts as a powerful mobile base station for a number of hand-helds in the field, which are operating separately from the TETRA network.

A range of accessories enables the SRG3500 to be mounted in a car or emergency vehicle, on a motorcycle, in a covert vehicle or marine vehicle.

The SRG3500 can be fitted with a GPS module to enable advanced location-based functionality.

Highlights

Operates as a fully featured mobile radio when not in gateway or repeater mode
10 watts maximum power (subject to network regulations) for maximum range. The SRG3500 is the only true 10W gateway available
Large black and white display that's simple and easy to read
Extends trunked TETRA network coverage even in areas with limited reception
Gives the largest possible range for direct mode operations
Common interface with all Sepura hand-helds for user familiarity and consistent operation
Operates with dual, single or no consoles and offers dual data ports and 8 I/O lines for maximum flexibility


Features and benefits

Easy to use

Console is equipped with the same familiar interface as Sepura handhelds, including large text mode and multi-language support
Clear 6-line greyscale display with white backlight makes information easy to read; clear visual indications of call status is delivered through tri-colour LED
Navi knob for quick menu navigation; rapid access to features through a full keypad with 14 programmable soft keys


Powerful

Offers gateway and repeater functionality in addition to full mobile radio capabilities
10W gateway functionality for maximum range
Extends TETRA coverage in gateway mode, linking direct mode and trunked mode coverage for voice, data, location and emergency communications
Increases the useful range of direct-mode talk groups in repeater mode


Flexible

Match operational requirements with the widest choice of simultaneous connections
Dual console
Dual data ports
8 I/O lines
Open standard PEI ports
Can be mounted in vehicles, covert vehicles, motorcycles, marine vehicles and on desks


Secure

Equipped with voice and data security to increase personal safety, including:

Dedicated emergency button to summon help, which works with GPS (when fitted) to transmit location information
End-to-end encryption of voice and data traffic to reduce the risk of interception, protected by tamper-proof processors
Optional integral SIM connector for Smart Card solution


DMO Repeater

Achieve greater range with the Sepura DMO Repeater functionality. This feature enables a Sepura terminal to 'repeat' received voice and data calls giving greater effective range to the participating terminals. Uniquely available on handheld, covert and gateway radios this licensed feature can be enabled whenever necessary using Radio Manager.


Specification

Security

TMO and DMO Air Interface Encryption support - TEA1, TEA2, TEA3 and TEA4*
Trunked Mode Security Class 1, 2 and 3
Direct Mode DM-2C support
Fully Integrated E2E hardware with tamper protection
Public & Private Algorithm E2E support enabled via software upgrade*
Integral SIM connector for Smart Card based E2EE options

Gateway Services

(option enabled by a feature license code)
Group voice call between DMO and TMO
Individual voice calls between DMO and TMO
Emergency group call from DMO to TMO
Emergency group call from TMO to DMO
Pre-emption (in either direction) of existing call
SDS messaging in either direction1
Configurable routing of SDS messages to Console or PEI
Intelligent handling of point to point calls and SDS messages whilst operating as a Gateway


TETRA Specifications

EN 300 392 V+D Air Interface
EN 300 394 V+D Conformance testing


Size and Weight

Transceiver 980g - 178mm W x 49.75mm H x 126.2mm D (inc Connectors and SIM door)
Console 200g - 187mm W x 64mm H x 30mm D



Frequency Bands

350 - 372MHz
380 - 430MHz
440 - 473MHz*
806/825 paired with 851/870MHz
The Transceiver supports the full bandwidth and allows Trunked (TMO) and Direct (DMO) mode frequency pairs to be allocated anywhere in the frequency band.


Power

10W RF Power output (Class 2).
RF power adjustable in steps of 5dB, independently adjustable for TMO and DMO operations.
Adaptive Power Control supported.



Audio

Rated Audio Output - 8 W @ 1kHz into 4 Ohms
Fixed Level Line-out audio option enabling Broadcast and Recording support*
Line-in Audio for 3rd party console interface support*
Independent Volume Control of Loudspeaker and Audio Accessory


Environmental

Dust and water protection to IEC529 IP54
ETS 300 019 -2-5 drop, vibration and humidity
Storage Temp -40°C to +85°C
Operating Temp -30°C to +70°C


Power Supply

10.8 to 15.6V DC, typical 13.8V DC

Console Display

128 x 64 pixels LCD display with coloured backlights
Up to 6 lines of 24 characters displayed

Repeater Services

(option enabled by a feature license code)
Repeats DMO voice and tone signalling on selected talk group
Repeats SDS and Status messaging on selected talk group
ETSI Type 1A DMO Repeater for channel efficient operation
Priority Call
Emergency Call (Pre-emptive Priority Call)
Supports E2E Encrypted DMO traffic
Call participation whilst in Repeater mode

Voice Services

Full Duplex Calls (to MS and PABX/PSTN)
Half Duplex Calls (Individual and Group)
Late Entry
Priority Call
Emergency Call (Pre-emptive Priority Call)
Emergency Call preference
Talking Party Identity
Calling Line Identity Presentation
DTMF Dialling
Ambience Listening


Other Functions and Features

Support for up to 3000 pre-programmed Talkgroups and in any combination of TMO or DMO talk groups
Up to 50 Dynamic Group Number Assignment (DGNA) and supporting Lifetime Timers
Efficient management of talk-groups using, up to 255 Folders with up to 75 talk-groups per Folder
Talk-group Folder Management via PEI and SDS
Fixed and User Defined Talk-group Scan Lists
Priority Group Scanning with support for Background groups
Fast Talk-group Access supports up to 5 TMO and 5 DMO groups
Query selected Talk-group
Telephone and Radio user Address Book (2000 entries) across 64 Folders
Call History with Missed Call alerts
Transmit Inhibit (TXI) with On/Off Status messaging
DMO Group and Emergency Calls
DMO Gateway Interoperability supported
ETSI compliant PEI port. AT-command interface for external applications
User Profiles including Pager capability
Remote control via Status triggered functions
Status triggered functions (up to 64 configurable actions driven by remote user)
Macro keys - operation of a single key will perform a sequence of complex functions
Network Performance Monitoring

GPS Receiver - Optional

12 channel GPS receiver
-185 dBW aquisition sensitivity

Data Services

Status Messaging
Short Data Service Messaging
SDS via DMO Gateway
Circuit Switched Data Calls
Multi Slot Packet Data
Text Message Data Store
Short Data Applications (SDA)
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
SDS Store & Forward
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ПишувањеПредмет: Re: Систем за интегрирано војување   16/1/2013, 14:17

Нашиот Тетра ( сепура )

вала личат ако не грешам.

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ПишувањеПредмет: Re: Систем за интегрирано војување   16/1/2013, 15:06

Сепура е британска фирма која произведува ТЕТРА радио системи за војската и полицијата

http://www.sepura.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lqm-Bh1U2z4

Со овој модел се опремени обичните полицајци и алфите, додека

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHiRC8Gpovw

со овој модел Мotorola mth 800 се опремени ЕБР и Тигар, а

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cgrg4yE-wE8



овој модел Motorola mth 700 го има во АРМ

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