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Codan and DTC Launch New Soldier Radio at IDEX 2023

Codan and DTC's new Sentry Mesh 6161-L soldier/squad radio is designed for demanding military applications that require performance, range and versatility in a lightweight, wearable unit, minimizing burden on soldiers By Joseph Macey / 23 Feb 2023
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Codan and Domo Tactical Communications (DTC) have released the new Sentry Mesh 6161-L radio, completing the Sentry Series product family and enhancing Codan and DTC’s product offering.

The Sentry Mesh 6161-L Software Defined Radio is based on Codan’s MANET MESH waveforms, that are field-proven in applications from various world militaries, Special Forces, to Unmanned Systems platforms and Covert Operations. The Sentry Series product family includes HF, VHF, MANET, and interoperability solutions.

MeshUltra optimizes the use of available channel bandwidth through a ‘Token Passing’ technology, which avoids collisions and provides a predictable data packet latency. Wider bandwidth together with advanced Interference Avoidance System (IAS) maximises communications effectiveness in contested environments and provides protection against Electronic Attack (EA).

With up to 2 watts output and 2×2 MIMO RF architecture, the Sentry Mesh 6161-L maximizes throughput and avoids drop-outs using two independent transmit/receive channels. In complex environments where multiple obstacles cause signal reflections and cancellation, MIMO is believed to result in far superior performance.

Paul Sangster, President of CODAN Communications, said: “The Sentry Mesh 6161-L, developed specifically to address the needs of Soldier Modernization programs, continues CODAN’s tradition of innovation and responsiveness to the warfighter’s evolving demands to stay connected, create security, and ultimately save lives.”

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