¸M3TR Software Defined Radios Multiband, Multimode, Multirole

¸M3TR Software Defined Radios Multiband, Multimode, Multirole
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Secure Communications
¸M3TR
Software Defined Radios
Multiband, Multimode,
Multirole Radio Family
for Tactical Applications
18.12.2008 06:58:03
Content
R&S®M3TR Software Defined Radios...........................4
A new generation of high-performance
digital radios .....................................................................4
The challenge .....................................................................4
The solution ........................................................................4
At a glance........................................................................5
Base units ...........................................................................5
Key features ........................................................................5
Logistics and readiness ......................................................5
The three Ms ....................................................................6
Multiband .........................................................................6
Multimode ........................................................................7
Available waveforms ..........................................................7
Multirole ..........................................................................7
¸MR300xH/U advanced multiband
tactical radios ...................................................................8
Brief description .................................................................8
Key features ........................................................................8
¸MR3000P VHF tactical handheld radio ...............9
Brief description .................................................................9
Key features ........................................................................9
Configuration with external power amplifiers ..........10
Configuration overview of vehicle/command
post station ....................................................................11
Configuration overview of manpack radio ................12
Configuration overview of handheld radio ................13
Ease of operation ...........................................................14
Menu-oriented user interface and PC-based tools ...........15
Convenient and easy link establishment ..........................15
Software options ...........................................................16
EPM (ECCM) waveforms ..............................................17
¸SECOM-V and ¸SECOM-H ................................17
¸SECOM-V (¸GS3030S, op-code)........................17
¸SECOM-H (¸GS3001S, op-code) .......................18
¸SECOM-P (¸GS3030S, op-code) .......................18
¸SECOS 5/16 TDMA (¸GS3516S, op-code).........18
HAVE QUICK I/II (¸GS3006S/3007S, op-code) ..........18
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¸MR300xH/U supported services ........................19
Voice communications .................................................19
Analog voice .....................................................................19
Squelch ............................................................................19
Digital voice (optional) ......................................................19
Data communications ...................................................20
STANAG 4285 data mode (¸GM4120S, optional) ......20
STANAG 4539 data mode (¸GM4120S, optional) .....20
¸SECOM-H data mode (optional) ..............................20
¸SECOM-V data mode (optional) ...............................21
72 kbit/s VHF/UHF modem (optional) ..............................21
IPoA – IP radio transmission (optional) .............................22
External amplifiers ........................................................34
Configuration overview with docking station
and power amplifiers ....................................................34
¸M3TR supported services ...................................23
GPS services .................................................................23
GPS reporting ...................................................................23
GPS receiver module on the ¸MR300xH and
¸MR300xU .................................................................23
GPS receiver module on the ¸MR3000P (option) ......23
¸VK3150 150 W HF power amplifier ...................37
Brief description ...............................................................37
¸MR300xH/U supported services ........................24
ALE (R&S®GS4101S, R&S®GS4155S, op-code) .........24
Automatic link establishment (ALE, optional) ..................24
BIT ....................................................................................24
Built-in test system ...........................................................24
¸M3TR supported services ...................................25
Channel/net memory.....................................................25
Nets .................................................................................25
Channels (¸MR300xH/U) ...........................................25
Accessories for the ¸MR300xH/U ........................26
Headset/handsets ..........................................................26
Batteries and battery chargers ....................................27
Antenna tuning unit and other equipment ................28
Docking stations............................................................29
Antenna selection chart – HF ......................................30
Antenna selection chart – VHF tactical ......................31
Antenna selection chart – VHF/UHF and
multiband........................................................................32
¸VT3050 50 W VHF/UHF power amplifier..........35
Brief description ...............................................................35
¸VT3050C 50 W VHF/UHF compact power
amplifier ..........................................................................36
Brief description ...............................................................36
Key features ......................................................................36
Options for the ¸VT3050C .........................................36
¸MG3500 500 W HF power amplifier .................38
Brief description ...............................................................38
Key features ......................................................................38
Operating modes ..............................................................39
Reliability ..........................................................................39
Power supply ....................................................................39
Environmental and EMC properties .................................39
Multiband extension .........................................................39
Design ..............................................................................39
¸RNMS3000 management software ...................40
Network, crypto, and frequency management
capabilities......................................................................40
Brief description ...............................................................41
Key features ......................................................................41
Centralized and decentralized system management ........41
¸T@cMan ................................................................42
Transforming information into shared
battlespace awareness ................................................42
The challenge ...................................................................42
Brief description ...............................................................43
Key features ......................................................................43
Ordering information ....................................................44
Accessories for the ¸MR3000P
VHF tactical handheld radio.........................................33
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R&S®M3TR
Software Defined
Radios
A new generation of
high-performance
digital radios
The challenge
Today's military missions are characterized by joint operations of multinational armed forces. Interoperability of the
equipment, especially in the field of communications, is
therefore the primary objective of the international partners responsible for creating one of the most important
aspects for efficient cooperation. The ¸M3TR features
maximum flexibility in terms of frequency bands and
waveforms for practically all services and platforms.
The solution
The ¸M3TR software defined radio family is a new
generation of high-performance digital radios. It represents
a revolutionary change, both technically and economically, in the tactical communications sector. The heart of
the new integrated communications system is the lightweight ¸MR300xH/U manpack transceiver (1.5 MHz
to 108 MHz or 25 MHz to 512 MHz), which offers solutions for all aspects of tactical communications as well as
uniform and reduced interservice logistics. A lightweight
handheld version (¸MR3000P) complements the radio
family. Like the manpack radios, the ¸MR3000P supports both open and secure communications modes.
¸MR300xH/U manpack radio.
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R&S®M3TR
Software Defined
Radios
At a glance
Base units
¸MR300xH advanced multiband tactical radio
J ¸MR300xU advanced multiband tactical radio
J ¸MR3000P VHF tactical handheld radio
J
Key features
Multiband capability
J Multiwaveform capability
J High data rate of up to 72 kbit/s
J Software-configurableandupgradeable(P³I)
J Selective links in one net
J Low volume/weight
J Power-saving mode
J Removablefrontpanelforflexibleuseandintegration
J User-friendly HMI
(single-knob control for basic operation)
J
Logistics and readiness
J Minimum volume and weight for drop-in replacement
programs
J Maximum autonomy by strict power-saving management
J Built-in test down to module level
J Common logistics concept for reduced costs throughout
life cycle
J Common human-machine interface (¸MR300xH/U)
J Less training required
J Excellentflexibility
J High MTBF
¸MR3000P handheld radio.
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The three Ms
Multiband
For applications using various services and networks,
different types of radio units were previously required.
The ¸M3TR covers the entire spectrum from the HF
via the VHF to the UHF band, thus allowing interoperability as well as uniform and reduced interservice logistics. The frequency flexibility of the ¸M3TR meets
various national and international regulations, thus providing global operation in fast-changing missions and
environments.
Multiband tactical radio family
30 MHz
300 MHz
HF
1.5
3000 MHz
VHF
30
108
118
137
225
300
400
512
MHz
¸M3TR vehicular station 1.5 MHz to 512 MHz:
¸MR300xH/U withexternalpoweramplifiers
VHF/UHF manpack 25 MHz to 512 MHz:
¸MR300xU
HF/VHF manpack 1.5 MHz to
108 MHz: ¸MR300xH
HF/VHF handheld 25 MHz to 146 MHz:
¸MR3000P
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Multimode
Multirole
A software radio not only offers flexible network solutions
but also integrates existing national or company standards
into a single unit. Due to optimized protocols and waveforms, the ¸M3TR attains maximum throughput rates
for digital voice, data, video, and position location.
The multirole features of a software defined radio are
mainly determined by its ease of integration into tactical
communications networks. In addition to its use as a functional terminal in the individual subnet, e.g. CNR or PRN, it
can also act as an interface between the various subnets.
The ¸M3TR can be used on diverse platforms and
features interfaces to fixed networks such as WAN and
LAN, as well as intelligent gateway and relay/rebroadcast
functions such as routing of selective calls for subscribers
inside/outside the home network.
Available waveforms
BLOS
J 2nd generation (2G) ALE in line with
FED-STD-1045/46/49
J 3nd generation (3G) ALE in line with STANAG 4538
J EPM (ECCM) in line with ¸SECOM-H, full interoperability with ¸M3SR Series 4100
J Modem waveforms in line with
STANAG 4539
STANAG 4285
J FF modulation in line with
AM, FM, SSB
W
W
W
LOS
EPM (ECCM) in line with
¸SECOM-V
¸SECOM-P
¸SECOS 516 TDMA
HAVE QUICK I, II
J Modem waveforms
¸SECOM-V data, up to 16 kbit/s
VHF/UHF FF modem, up to 72 kbit/s
J
W
W
W
W
W
W
Security
Embedded COMSEC, 256-bit key
J Compatible with various external COMSEC devices
J
Digital voice
Vocoders adapted to mode of operation and bandwidth
J
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¸MR300xH/U
advanced
multiband tactical
radios
Brief description
The ¸MR300x transceivers form a family of highperformance digital radios covering the HF, VHF/FM,
and VHF/UHF bands. Owing to different high-speed data
modes and protocols as well as different antijam modes
for HF, VHF/FM, and VHF/UHF, they perfectly integrate
into tactical communications networks.
The radios are software-configurable and reprogrammable,
includingpreplannedproductimprovement(P³I).
Manpacks of the ¸M3TR family are based on one
mechanical platform, with a common logistics concept
and one human-machine interface (HMI).
Key features
J Multiband capability (1.5 MHz to 512 MHz with
external devices)
J Multiwaveform capability
J Embedded EPM (ECCM) in line with ¸SECOM-V/H/P
J High data rate of up to 72 kbit/s
J Software-configurableandupgradeable(P³I)
J Selective links in one net
J Low volume/weight
J Power-saving mode
J Integrated GPS and position report
J Removablefrontpanelforflexibleuseandintegration
J User-friendly HMI
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¸MR3000P
VHF tactical
handheld radio
Brief description
The ¸MR3000P is a small, lightweight, handheld radio that perfectly complements the ¸M3TR family.
Despite its compact size, the ¸MR3000P has all the
features required of a tactical radio. It provides reliable
connections, even in topographically difficult terrain, and
is suitable for flexible integration into tactical networks.
Since the radio can interoperate with the ¸M3TR, it
enables continuous radiocommunications both within and
between forces. The expanded frequency range of the
handheld radio also supports interoperability. It covers not
only tactical VHF but also parts of the HF and VHF aeronautical radio range.
Due to its jam-resistant digital waveform (¸SECOM-P),
the ¸MR3000P provides high-quality connections.
Moreover, its transmit power of up to 5 W allows high
ranges, even in difficult terrain. For network planning and
configuration purposes, established ¸M3TR tools such
as ¸RNMS3000 can be used. Seamless integration
into tactical networks with ¸M3TR fixed and vehicle
stations as well as highly mobile forces is thus possible
without any problem. The ¸MR3000P features an integrated crypto module of the highest security level which
provides protection for confidential messages.
Key features
J Multiband capability
J Embedded EPM (ECCM) in line with ¸SECOM-P
(frequency hopping and digital encryption)
J 5 W RF output power
J Secure transmission of voice, data, and short messages
J Selective call with sender authentication
J Interoperability with the ¸M3TR family
J GPS position report
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Configuration
with external
power amplifiers
The ¸M3TR is designed to provide exceptional
flexibility for networking services via RF networks
on air. The transceivers can be used in portable,
vehicular, and stationary applications including
installations in movable containers and shelters.
Their rugged hardware complies with the individual
MIL-STDs dealing with environmental conditions.
Shockmounts are provided for mobile use.
A wide range of antennas adapted to the various
applications (portable, mobile, base station) is available. Radio functions can be remote-controlled by
means of an RC unit.
Available frequency ranges and
power levels versus configuration.
Covered frequency ranges and RF power for different configurations
Configuration
RF frequency in MHz / max. power
HF
TRX
HF external PA
VHF/UHF external PA 1.5 MHz to 29.9 MHz
¸MR300xH
108 MHz to 511.9 MHz
10 W
2)
150 W
10 W
2)
•
20 W
1)
50 W
50 W
•
150 W
50 W
50 W
2)
10 W
10 W
•
•
¸MR300xU
¸MR300xU
•
¸MR300xU
¸MR300xU
•
Air Defense
30 MHz to 107.9 MHz
20 W
¸MR300xH
ATC
1)
¸MR300xH
¸MR300xH
Tactical VHF
150 W
10 W
10 W
•
2) 3)
50 W
50 W
•
150 W
50 W
50 W
At50Ω.
RX; TX: max. 1 mW.
3)
10 W at 25 MHz to 30 MHz.
1)
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Configuration
overview of vehicle/
command post
station
This example of a radio station consists of the manpack
transceiver with audio and data accessories, and two
power amplifiers. Amplifiers are available as compact
versions or as standalone units. A compact amplifier
(¸VT3050C) also includes the frame for mechanically
fastening a radio in a vehicular installation and can be
equipped with options for connecting external audio distribution systems or field telephones. Standalone amplifiers
are connected to a compact amplifier to further increase
the usable frequency range of the system. Amplifiers increase output power up to 50 W in the VHF and UHF
bands and up to 150 W or 500 W in the HF band.
If these power amplifiers are used, a single ¸M3TR
radio (¸MR300xH or ¸MR300xU) spans the entire
frequency range from 1.5 MHz to 512 MHz without any
gaps.
Audio/data accessories
J
J
J
J
Handsets/headsets
Speakers
Vehicle intercom
Radio wire integration
¸VT3050C VHF/UHF compact amplifier
VHF/UHF antennas
HF antennas
J VHF
J UHF
J Multiband
J Whip
J Wire
J NVIS
¸VK3150 HF amplifier
¸FK3150 antenna coupler
Remote control
Data transmission/networking
Mission planning
J RC units
J RC software
J Tactical PC/PDA
J Message handling software
J Blue force tracking
J Fillguns
J Mission planner software
J Remote device loader software
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Configuration
overview of
manpack radio
Audio accessories
J
J
J
J
¸GA3001 handset
¸GA3002 headset
¸GA3003 microphone/speaker
¸GA3005 loudspeaker
Data communications
J Tactical notepad, ¸T@cMan software
J Cables, e.g. ¸GK3024 data/remote
cable
Chargers and batteries
J ¸IC3001 vehicle charger
J ¸IC3000 workshop charger
J ¸IB3001/3002 battery pack
¸MR300xH/U manpack radio
+ software options
Other accessories
J ¸MZ3088 manpack bag
J ¸GK3005 front-panel extension
J ¸GK3009 power/LAN adapter
Radio configuration
J ¸GP3000fillgun
Manpack antennas
J
J
J
J
¸HV3003 GPS antenna
¸HV3004 VHF manpack antenna
¸HV3007 HF whip antenna
¸HV3009 VHF/UHF manpack antenna
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Configuration
overview of
handheld radio
Mission planning
¸MR3000P handheld radio
Chargers and batteries
J R&S®GP3021fillgun
J Mission planner software
J Data loader software
J ¸IB3022 battery pack
J ¸IC3023 vehicle charger
J ¸IC3022 universal charger
Audio accessories
Other accessories
J ¸GA3023 microphone/
J ¸MZ3021 bag
J ¸MZ3023 set bag
J ¸IV3021
loudspeaker
vehicle support
Handheld antennas
J
J
J
J
J
¸HV3031 GPS receiver
¸HD3088 VHF hang-up antenna
¸HV3022 short whip antenna
¸HV3021 long whip antenna
¸HD3001 VHF directional
manpack antenna
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Ease of operation
The ¸M3TR radios offer many diverse functions
that help ensure straightforward, secure, and errorfree operation.
The functions are available via hierarchically
structured menus and context-sensitive softkeys.
The well-thought-out concept and the arrangement
of the control elements allow the intuitive control of
the radio even under difficult conditions from outside and without having the removable front panel
in view.
Operation of the ¸MR300xH/U
Current modes of operation
and softkey section
Easy-to-read backlit
graphical display
Menu number and
status display section
Volume control
Clear or discard input
Confirm input
Mode switch
Menu navigation
Rotary switch
<
>
for fast access to
preprogrammed
channels/nets
= First or upper
menu (Home)
= Last menu (End)
< = Previous menu
> = Next menu
Softkeys
Alphanumeric data-entry keypad
5th generation technology for the digital battlefield
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Menu-oriented user interface and PC-based tools
The R&S®MR300xH/U user interface is menu-oriented and
easy to use. Its eleven-step rotary switch for the operating
mode allows direct access to the nine most often used
modes (nets) of the radio. These modes contain the complete setting of parameters such as the transmit power,
the hailing frequency, the link mode, the EPM (ECCM) procedure, and other net-specific adjustments. These preset
pages are conveniently prepared with a PC or at a central
location using the ¸RNMS3000 radio net management software, and are loaded into the radio over the data
connector before a mission starts.
Convenient and easy link establishment
The link establishment is convenient and easy. The operator chooses a mode (position 1 to 9 of the rotary switch)
and activates the push-to-talk key or data transmission
mode on the terminal. Everything else is done automatically. Two additional positions are available: "MAN" to use
the radio in manual mode for fixed-frequency operation
and "MORE" to access up to 90 additional preset pages via
the radio keypad.
Operation of the ¸MR3000P
Microphone
Antenna connector
Speaker
Backlighting
PTT key
Display
Keypad
TX LED signaling
Operation switch
Channel/net selector
AF connector
5th generation technology for the digital battlefield
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Software options
As a software defined radio, the ¸M3TR is able
to run a wide variety of waveforms. To provide radio
systems that perfectly fit customer needs and applications, radio software can be ordered on the basis
of communications requirements.
Upgrades by adding new waveforms or extending
the frequency range of radio networks are also possible in this concept. Communications networks can
therefore be tailored to always find the best compromise between current communications needs and
budgetary setup.
EPM waveforms
Type
Designation
Runs in frequency Support of waveform by
range (in MHz)
R&S®MR3000H/U R&S®MR3001H/U R&S®MR3002H/U R&S®MR3003H/U
R&S®GS3001S
R&S®SECOM-H
1.5 to 29.9
•
•
•
•
R&S®GS3030S
R&S®SECOM-V
30 to 107.9 /
121 to 511.9
30 to 87.9
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
R&S®SECOM-P
R&S®GS3006S
HAVE QUICK I/II
225 to 399.9
•
•
R&S®GS3007S
HAVE QUICK I
225 to 399.9
•
•
R&S®GS3516S
R&S®SECOS 516 TDMA
225 to 399.9
•
•
ALE – automatic link establishment
Type
Designation
Runs in frequency Support of waveform by
range (in MHz)
R&S®MR3000H/U R&S®MR3001H/U R&S®MR3002H/U R&S®MR3003H/U
R&S®GS4101S
ALE 2G, FED-STD-1045/46/49 1.5 to 29.9
•
•
R&S®GS4155S
ALE 2G, FED-STD-1045/46/49 1.5 to 29.9
ALE 3G, STANAG 4538,
(FLSU, LP, HDL, LDL, OD,
RLSU)
•
•
Modem waveforms
Type
Designation
R&S®GM4120S
HF Modem STANAG 4285,
1.5 to 29.9
STANAG 4529,
STANAG 4539, STANAG 4415
VHF/UHF modem 72 kbit/s
30 to 511.9
R&S®GS3030S
Runs in frequency Support of waveform by
range (in MHz)
R&S®MR3000H/U R&S®MR3001H/U R&S®MR3002H/U R&S®MR3003H/U
•
•
•
•
•
•
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EPM (ECCM)
waveforms
¸SECOM-V and ¸SECOM-H
The ¸SECOM waveform (¸SECOM-V for the VHF
and UHF bands, ¸SECOM-H for HF) with its high hop
rates and secure synchronization is setting new standards.
It ensures powerful protection against detection, interception, jamming, and spoofing. User data (digital voice or
data) is transmitted completely digitally and in encrypted
form. Within one ¸SECOM-V net, several subnets and
sublinks can be established simultaneously in the point-topoint and point-to-multipoint modes. Network synchronization and access can be planned and controlled individually
for each user. Methods such as late net entry or hailing
(¸SECOM-V) are available for this purpose.
¸SECOM is a combination of COMSEC and TRANSEC
for encrypted voice and data communications in the frequency-hopping mode.
The COMSEC part of the ¸SECOM method is based
on the ¸RSCA crypto algorithm developed by
Rohde & Schwarz. The method uses key lengths of up to
256 bit (approx. 1077 variants). Assuming uninterrupted
transmission, the same bit sequence would be repeated
after about 2 × 109 years. The keys required can be distributed by means of a key distribution device or directly from
a PC. All keys are encrypted and the deciphered original
is present only in the read-protected security processor.
Crypto units complying with NATO standards or from other
manufacturers may be used as an external option.
¸SECOM-V (¸GS3030S, op-code)
¸SECOM-V is optimized for the tactical VHF band.
It is implemented as a software option running on all
¸MR300xH/U tactical transceivers.
¸SECOM-V was developed to meet as closely as possible the network demands of the primarily land-based
mobile users of tactical radio services. ¸SECOM-V is
attuned to the requirements of land forces, where the implementation and management of complex network structures for up to a few hundred users are in the foreground.
The primarily hierarchical command structure of the armed
forces should be mapped as closely as possible to the
communications network. To this end, users can be organized in networks using the same frequency pool and the
same key – one each for TRANSEC and COMSEC.
Possible address modes are point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, and broadcast. Network synchronization and access
can be controlled by each user. Late net entry is available
for this purpose.
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¸SECOM-H (¸GS3001S, op-code)
¸SECOM-H is a Rohde & Schwarz proprietary frequency-hopping HF radiocommunications waveform.
¸SECOM-H is based on a multiwaveform concept
and is designed to operate in environments where a certain percentage of the hop set frequencies are blocked
due to either intentional disturbances (i.e. jamming) or
unintentional ones, as well as environments experiencing
severe Doppler spread and/or multipath delay. It is furthermore based on modem waveforms that can be adapted
to the specific characteristics of the HF channel and its
propagation.
¸SECOM-H provides digital voice (low bit rate vocoder
at 1200 bit/s or 2400 bit/s, adjustable) and data services
(up to 2400 bit/s). User data (including digital voice) is always transmitted in encrypted form (COMSEC, ¸RSCA
crypto algorithm). To plan communications networks and
links, a PC-based radio network management system is
available. The tool allows users to generate keysets, plan
frequency resources, define user channels and services,
and set up complete networks of radios. After the desired
networks have been defined, the resulting data can be
easily distributed to the respective radios by means of a fillgun or directly by using one of the digital interfaces of the
radio (e.g. LAN, serial interface).
Note: To run ¸SECOM-H on an ¸MR300xU transceiver, the ¸VK3150(C) HF power amplifier and other
system components are required.
¸SECOM-P (¸GS3030S, op-code)
¸SECOM-P is the standard EPM method for the
¸MR3000P handheld transceiver. It was especially
optimized for use on small, lightweight terminal equipment. Even for this platform, ¸SECOM-P offers maximum performance and battery operating time. Since
¸SECOM-P can also be loaded into ¸MR300xH/U
equipment as a software option, ¸SECOM-P provides
full interoperability between all ¸MR300x transceivers
in mixed networks.
¸SECOS 5/16 TDMA (¸GS3516S, op-code)
The ¸SECOS air-ground-air waveform provides interoperability in the EPM mode between the ¸M3TR and
the ¸M3AR and ¸M3SR transceivers. Besides digital voice mode, data transmission with data rates of up to
16 kbit/s is supported. Both TDMA and non-TDMA modes
are implemented. For details on ¸SECOS implementation in the ¸M3TR, refer to the related Technical Information (¸M3TR SECOS).
Note: To run ¸SECOS on an ¸MR3001H
or ¸MR3003H transceiver, the ¸VT3050 or
¸VT3050C VHF/UHF power amplifier is required.
¸SECOS guard receiver
The guard receiver function monitors up to two channels
in background mode. This allows operators who are occupied with ¸SECOS voice or data traffic and receive an
emergency call to transmit on one of these dedicated frequencies without having to use another radio.
HAVE QUICK I/II (¸GS3006S/3007S, op-code)
The NATO ground-air-ground (GAG) waveform HAVE
QUICK provides interoperability in the EPM mode between the ¸M3TR and various types of legacy equipment. In particular, it allows the integration of ¸M3TR
transceivers into networks based on the ¸M3AR and
¸M3SR transceivers.
Note: To run HAVE QUICK on an ¸MR3001H
or ¸MR3003H transceiver, the ¸VT3050 or
¸VT3050C VHF/UHF power amplifier is required.
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supported services
Voice
communications
Analog voice
Depending on the software configuration, the radio is able
to transmit and receive the following signal modulations in
the VHF/UHF band:
J J3E (USB, LSB)
J A3E (AM)
J F3E (FM)
J F1B/F1D (FSK)
J J2D (USB)
Squelch
The ¸M3TR supports the following squelch types:
J Received signal strength indication (RSSI)
J 150 Hz tone squelch
J Signal squelch
J Syllabic squelch (digital recognition of voice
components in signal)
Digital voice (optional)
For communications under the EPM methods
¸SECOM-V, ¸SECOM-H, ¸SECOM-P, and
¸SECOS 516 TDMA, voice is transmitted in digital
form. The following vocoders are available:
¸SECOM-V
J AMBE vocoder 2.4/4.8/9.6/16 kbit/s
J CVSD vocoder 16 kbit/s
AMBE is the standard vocoder for voice transmission under ¸SECOM-V. It makes use of the ¸SECOM-V
16 kbit/s channel with vocoder-specific FEC. This voice
mode provides reliable good-quality and jam-proof communications. The data rate can be selected by HMI.
¸SECOM-H
MMBE vocoder 1200 bit/s
J AMBE vocoder 2400 bit/s
J
The 1200 bit/s vocoder was specially developed for the
demanding task of setting up reliable links with good quality under the poor channel conditions usually found in the
HF range (1.5 MHz to 30 MHz). As an integral component
of the ¸SECOM-H HF EPM waveform, it is optimized
for use together with this frequency-hopping method. For
interoperability with ¸SECOM-V in rebroadcast applications, the 2400 bit/s vocoder can also be selected in the
¸SECOM-H mode.
¸SECOM-P
J CVSD vocoder 16 kbit/s
¸SECOS digital voice
CVSD vocoder 16 kbit/s
J AMBE vocoder 16 kbit/s
J
In the ¸SECOS mode, the CVSD and AMBE vocoder
types are supported. The vocoder type is to be preconfigured by the ¸RNMS3000 net management tool.
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supported services
Data
communications
The ¸M3TR provides the following optional data
transmission modes:
J STANAG 4285 single tone waveform
(HF 1.5 MHz to 29.999999 MHz)
J ¸SECOM-H data mode, up to 2400 bit/s
(HF 1.5 MHz to 29.999999 MHz)
J FSK modulation
J ¸SECOM-V data mode
(VHF, 30 MHz to 107.975 MHz,
UHF 121 MHz to 511.975 MHz)
J 72 kbit/s high-speed modem
(VHF/UHF, 30 MHz to 511.975 MHz)
J ¸SECOS 516 TDMA (TDMA and non-TDMA
data modes)
J IP over air data mode
Note: To run HF waveforms on an ¸MR300xU radio,
the ¸VK3150 power amplifier together with a docking
station and accessories such as an antenna coupler and an
appropriate antenna are required.
STANAG 4285 data mode (¸GM4120S, optional)
The STANAG 4285 HF modem is a transparent modem for
narrowband (3 kHz) data communications in the HF band
with a user data rate of up to 3600 bit/s. The following
user data rates can be selected via radio HMI:
J 75 bit/s
J 150 bit/s
J 300 bit/s
J 600 bit/s
J 1200 bit/s
J 2400 bit/s
J 3600 bit/s
STANAG 4539 data mode (¸GM4120S, optional)
The STANAG 4539 HF modem enables self-identifying
(auto-baud) data communications (up to 12800 bit/s) in a
3 kHz channel in the HF frequency range.
STANAG 4539 is based on more than one standardized
modem waveform.
J STANAG4415(veryrobusttrafficwaveformat75bit/s)
J MIL-STD-188-110B (low and medium rate serial tone
waveforms from 150 bit/s to 2400 bit/s)
J MIL-STD-188-110B App. C (high data rate waveforms
from 3200 bit/s to 12800 bit/s)
For backward interoperability, a STANAG 4539 modem is
compatible with the following non-self-identifying NATO
standards.
J STANAG 4285 (low and medium rate HF waveform
from 75 bit/s to 3600 bit/s)
J STANAG 4529 (low and medium rate maritime HF
waveform with 1240 Hz bandwidth from 75 bit/s to
1800 bit/s)
¸SECOM-H data mode (optional)
The ¸SECOM-H high-frequency (HF) electronic protection measures (EPM) system is a frequency-hopping HF
radiocommunications system.
¸SECOM-H is designed to operate in environments
where a certain percentage of hop set frequencies are
blocked due to either intentional jamming or environmental interferences, e.g. atmospheric noise, thunderstorms,
or other electrical disturbances.
¸SECOM-H provides the following user data rates:
J 300 bit/s
J 600 bit/s
J 1200 bit/s
J 2400 bit/s
The data rates are selectable by HMI.
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¸SECOM-V data mode (optional)
In ¸SECOM-V, data rates up to 16 kbit/s are possible.
User data rates span from 600 bit/s up to 9.6 kbit/s
depending on FEC share and number of retransmissions. ¸SECOM-V uses binary continuous phase
FSK modulation with a shift of 6.25 kHz. ¸SECOM-V
hopping works in the frequency range from 30 MHz to
107.975 MHz and 121 MHz to 511.975 MHz. For detailed
information, refer to the related Technical Information
(¸SECOM-V).
72 kbit/s VHF/UHF modem (optional)
For mobile radiocommunications, military users often employ terminal equipment of narrow bandwidth and with
limited channel capacity. Such equipment has limited data
transmission capability. The new software-based highspeed modem for the ¸M3TR allows the transmission
of radio data at high rates:
J Up to 72 kbit/s
J Bandwidthefficiencyupto3bit/s/Hz
J Auto-baud capability
J Embedded solution for ¸MR300xH/U transceiver
J For complete VHF/UHF range from 30 MHz to 512 MHz
User data rates
The modem supports ten different waveforms with
allocated bandwidths which can be selected by the user.
Waveform
Data rate
Bandwidth
72/36
72 kbit/s
36 kHz
72/24
72 kbit/s
24 kHz
64/36
64 kbit/s
36 kHz
64/24
64 kbit/s
24 kHz
56/24
56 kbit/s
24 kHz
48/24
48 kbit/s
24 kHz
36/36
36 kbit/s
36 kHz
32/24
32 kbit/s
24 kHz
24/24
24 kbit/s
24 kHz
16/12
16 kbit/s
12 kHz
The data rates as well as the subsciber data rates
are selectable by HMI or can be preconfigured
(¸RNMS3000).
Depending on the data rate and the selected bandwidth,
there may be different signal-code constructs. Their main
differences are:
J Number of carriers
J Type and distribution of individual carrier modulation
J Number of pilot tones
These parameters ensure optimal matching to the data
rate and the required bandwidth. The modem provides a
transparent channel without integrated protocol. It can be
operated under the control of a higher layer protocol outside the radio. It supports ten different waveforms with different data rates. All waveforms are operable in the VHF/
UHF frequency range from 30 MHz to 512 MHz.
IPoA – transparent IP data transfer over air
PC 1
Radio 1
Radio 2
PC 2
Application
Application
TCP/UDP
TCP/UDP
IP
Ethernet
Ethernet
interface
IP
IPoA
Ethernet
Waveform
Air
interface
IPoA
IP
Waveform
Ethernet
Ethernet
interface
IP
Ethernet
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IPoA – IP radio transmission (optional)
The IPoA embedded radio protocol provides transparent IP
functionality over the air. It can be used to set up communications systems that require a transparent connection of
IP networks over radio links. IP-based applications – such
as situational awareness or message handling systems –
are enabled to exchange their data over such radio links.
An ¸M3TR radio equipped with IPoA includes standard
static IP router functionality. The network structure can be
configured very easily by entering IP subnets to be routed
to different destinations over the air interface. Besides
the standard IP address of the physical Ethernet interface
(which is used, for example, for remote control), a second
IP address represents the air interface of the radio. The
radio can be connected via an Ethernet connector (RJ-45)
to 10BaseT and 100BaseT network equipment (such as
hubs, switches, routers) provided by the ¸KG3031,
¸KG3032 docking station and the ¸VT3050C
compact amplifier. If IPoA functionality is to be used with
manpack radios, the RS-232-C interface (¸M3TR data
connector at the front panel) is to be used. A PPP connection will be established between the radio and the external
system for this application
IPoA protocol functionality
The embedded IPoA protocol currently supports IPv4
(Internet protocol version 4). An internal address mapping
function ensures that data is delivered to the correct
recipient. The IP packets are transmitted transparently over
the radio channel. Performance of the data link depends
on the current channel properties and propagation conditions of the radio link. An error detection mechanism prevents the protocol from delivering erroneous data to the
connected network; further error correction techniques
(e.g. ARQ secured data) are implemented.
IPoA – example with R&S®SECOM-V VHF/UHF waveform
192.168.200.2
192.168.140.2
192.168.150.2
Radio
PC 1
192.168.200.1
PC 2
192.168.200.3
192.168.140.1
192.168.150.1
Radio
¸SECOM-V net 1
Radio
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supported services
GPS services
GPS reporting
Operators can send their own position in a waveform-specific net (¸SECOM-V or ¸SECOM-P). A dedicated
radio (GPS controller) can poll the positions of all other net
members. The GPS controller can be connected to an external application (i.e. command and control software system) to make GPS information available on a digital map,
for example. The external application can poll the GPS
controller to get the latest GPS information of all members
of the network.
Transmission of GPS information
The polling of GPS information is initiated by the GPS controller. After initiation of transmission, all active GPS providers send their GPS information sequentially to the GPS
controller. The transmission of GPS information can be
switched on/off at the GPS controller. GPS reporting can
thus be stopped. Collisions between individual transmissions of GPS information are prevented.
GPS position information
The latest GPS information of each radio is stored in an
internal table by the GPS controller. This table is updated
each time when a GPS information is received by the GPS
controller. The GPS information is not stored in the GPS
controller when the radio is switched off. The following
GPS information is provided by each GPS provider radio:
J Position (WGS84, GEO, UTM, MGRS)
J Velocity
J UTC time
J Fix quality (number of satellites that are visible)
GPS receiver module on the ¸MR300xH and
¸MR300xU
The GPS receiver module is built into the ¸M3TR
(manpack). The ¸HV3003 GPS antenna or other embedded GPS antennas, e.g. ¸HV3012, ¸HV3013,
¸HV3015, ¸HV3019, are required to receive GPS
signals.
GPS receiver module on the ¸MR3000P (option)
A GPS receiver module is available for the ¸MR3000P
(handheld). It integrates both the GPS antenna and the receiver module and is connected to the audio connector of
the handheld radio. External audio equipment can still be
used with the GPS module installed.
GPS controller
The GPS controller is a manpack or vehicular radio
(¸MR300xH/U). GPS controllers request the GPS information from the GPS providers either at a user's request or
periodically.
R&S®HV3031 GPS receiver module
for the R&S®MR3000P.
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supported services supported services
ALE (R&S®GS4101S, BIT
R&S®GS4155S,
op-code)
Built-in test system
All components of the ¸M3TR radio system are
equipped with a BIT system that provides three modes:
J Power-on BIT (PBIT)
J Initiated BIT (IBIT)
J Continuous BIT (CBIT)
Automatic link establishment (ALE, optional)
The common basic protocol standard for ALE is
FED-STD-1045/46, known as 2nd generation or 2G ALE.
2G ALE uses non-synchronized scanning of channels, and
it takes about several seconds to half a minute to repeatedly scan through an entire list of channels looking for
calls.
The latest ALE standard uses accurate time synchronization via GPS-locked clocks or a time server to achieve
faster and more dependable linking. It is generally known
as 3rd generation or 3G ALE. Through synchronization, the
calling time to achieve a link may be reduced to less than
10 seconds. Although 3G ALE is better and more reliable,
the existence of a large, installed base of 2G ALE radio
systems and the wide availability of the equipment have
made 2G the baseline standard for global interoperability.
The PBIT is always performed after powering up the unit.
The initiated BIT is executed after manual activation by the
operator. The continuous BIT is continuously performed
during operation.
The BIT enables fault location down to the module level of
functional groups.
Faults are stored in a fault journal for later evaluation.
The ¸MR3002H/U and ¸MR3003H/U transceivers
support both the 2nd and 3rd generation of ALE in accordance with FED-STD-1045/46 and STANAG 4538.
Note: To run ALE on an ¸MR300xU radio, the
¸VK3150 power amplifier together with a docking
station and accessories such as an antenna coupler are
required.
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supported services
Channel/net
memory
A radio can store different presets containing
radio link data:
Nets
A net is a set of parameters specifying a configured FF
or FH network containing all relevant data for link setup
and traffic. Nets are stored in preset pages accessible by
the rotary switch of the radio or by the keypad, respectively. Depending on the actual configuration, up to nine
(¸MR3000P) or up to 99 (¸MR300xH/U) presets
can be defined and stored in the radio.
Channels (¸MR300xH/U)
A channel is a set of parameters specifying an FF channel (e.g. TX and RX frequency, modulation, RF power,
etc.). Channel data can be stored in both the manual
preset or on one of the remaining 99 presets. In total,
450 channels are available:
First 400 channels
Can be generated during ¸RNMS3000
configuration
J Can be entered directly at radio HMI
J Available on PP 0 (manual PP)
J
Locked channels
If the above channels are locked during the ¸RNMS
generation process, they cannot be changed at the
radio HMI
J
Remaining 50 channels
J Tobegeneratedduring¸RNMSconfigurationonly
J Will appear on their own preset page
Mission planner – FF channel management
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Accessories for the
¸MR300xH/U
Headset/handsets
Designation, description
Type
¸GA3001 handset with PTT, microphone,
and earpiece
The ¸GA3001 handset can be connected to the audio
connector of the ¸MR300xH and ¸MR300xU transceivers, as well as to the remote control unit and other system components of the ¸M3TR transceiver family
¸GA3001
Handset
¸GA3002 headset with PTT, microphone,
and earpiece
The ¸GA3002 is a headset for single/double ear use,
and can be worn on both the right or left ear. A flexible cutout polymer ear pad makes for user convenience without
masking outside noise. The microphone is fitted to an adjustable flexible support
¸GA3002
Headset (one earpiece)
¸GA3003 microphone/speaker
The ¸GA3003 consists of a loudspeaker box with builtin audio amplifier and microphone
¸GA3003
Microphone/speaker
¸GA3005 active loudspeaker box
Loudspeaker with through-connection to handset/headset
¸GA3005
Loudspeaker (available with 2 m, 5 m
or 10 m cable)
¸GA3002
Headset (two earpieces)
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Batteries and
battery chargers
Designation, description
Type
¸IB3001 standard battery pack, Li-Ion,
rechargeable
¸IB3001
Standard battery pack
¸IB3002 combat battery pack, LiSO2,
non-rechargeable
The ¸IB3001/3002 are sealed power packs with a
watertight connector to the radio. They provide highest
energy density, low weight, and high autonomy. Two
versions are available: a rechargeable Li-Ion battery
(¸IB3001) and a non-rechargeable combat battery
(¸IB3002)
¸IB3002
Combat battery pack
¸IC3000 battery charger, stationary
Automatic charging of up to eight ¸IB3001 Li-Ion
batteries
¸IC3000
Battery charger
A power supply cable is supplied
with each charger
¸IC3001 battery charger
The ¸IC3001 is a vehicular charger for the ¸IB3001
Li-Ion battery pack. One battery at a time can be charged
¸IC3001
Battery charger
¸GK3020
Power supply cable for ¸IC3001
battery charger
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Antenna tuning
unit and other
equipment
Designation, description
Type
¸FK3150 150 W antenna tuning unit,
1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
¸FK3150
HF antenna tuning unit
Recommended extra:
¸KS3150F shockmount
¸GB3031R single remote control unit
The ¸GB3031R is intended for remote control and remote operation of one ¸MR300xH/U radio (manpack or
installed in the ¸KG3031A single docking station)
The ¸GB3031R is available with
cable sets in different lengths. The
cable sets (control, audio, data) are
included in the equipment supplied
The ¸GB3031R single remote
control unit includes loudspeaker,
audio and RS-232-C interface
3.5 m cable
8 m cable
12 m cable
¸GK3005 cable and fixture for
detachable front panel
¸GK3005
Fixture for detachable front panel
¸GP3000 fillgun
PC-programmable for transmitting all relevant preset
information, as well as TRANSEC/COMSEC keys
R&S®GP3000
R&S®GP3001 fillgun (HQI/II mode)
R&S®GK3021
USB cable, fillgun to PC
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Docking stations
Designation, description
Type
¸KG3031 single docking station for ¸M3TR
manpack radios
For installation of one ¸MR300xH or ¸MR300xU
manpack radio
¸KG3031A
Single docking station for
¸M3TR manpack radios
¸KG3032 dual docking station for ¸M3TR
manpack radios
For applications requiring the simultaneous operation
of two radio stations
¸KG3032A
Dual docking station for ¸M3TR
manpack radios
¸IV3001, power supply unit for ¸M3TR
¸IV3001
manpack radios
Power supply and mounting frame for operation of one radio
in vehicular and stationary applications
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Antenna selection
chart – HF
1)
2)
3)
Model
Frequency range Power
Type
Application
Mast
Antenna coupler
¸HV3007
1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
20 W
Whip
Manpack
N/A
¸MR3000H
¸AK3001 1)
1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
150 W
Wire
Manpack
¸KM3032
¸MR3000H
¸AK3031 2)
2 MHz to 90 MHz
20 W
Wire dipole Manpack
¸KM3032
Not required
¸HV3011
1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
150 W
Rod
Vehicle
N/A
¸MR3000H/
¸FK3150
¸HA104
1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
150 W
Rod
Vehicle
N/A
¸MR3000H/
¸FK3150
¸AK503 3)
1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
150 W
Wire
Vehicle
Semi-stationary
¸KM011
¸MR3000H/
¸FK3150
¸HX3000
1.6 MHz to 30 MHz
150 W
Half loop
NVIS vehicular
antenna
N/A
¸HX3000
Long wire adapter, ¸GK3019 model 04 required.
BNC adapter, ¸GK3019 model 02 required.
Long wire adapter, ¸HZ3503 model 02 required.
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Antenna selection
chart – VHF tactical
1)
Model
Frequency range Power
Type
Application
Mast
¸HV3004
30 MHz to 88 MHz
10 W
Whip
Manpack standard whip antenna
N/A
¸HV3021
30 MHz to 88 MHz
5W
Whip
Handheld whip antenna
N/A
¸HV3022
30 MHz to 88 MHz
5W
Whip
Handheld whip antenna
N/A
¸HD3088 1
30 MHz to 88 MHz
10 W
Wire
Manpack/handheld hang-up antenna
¸KM3032
¸HD3001 1)
30 MHz to
88 (108) M Hz
25 W
Wire
Manpack handheld high-gain
directional antenna
¸KM3032
¸HV3015
30 MHz to 108 MHz
50 W
Rod
Vehicle/semi-stationary, no ground
plane needed due to dipole design,
with lightning protection
¸KM3031
¸HV3012
30 MHz to 108 MHz
50 W
Rod
Vehicle, optimized for low profile
N/A
¸HL3031
30 MHz to 108 MHz
100 W
Log-periodic
dipole
(Semi-) stationary, high-gain antenna
¸KM3031
BNC adapter, ¸GK3019 model 02 required.
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Antenna selection
chart – VHF/UHF
and multiband
Model
Frequency range Power
Type
Application
Mast
¸HV3009
118 MHz to 400 MHz
10 W
Whip
Manpack
N/A
¸HV3013
225 MHz to 512 MHz
50 W
Rod
Vehicle/semi-stationary, no ground
plane needed due to dipole design,
with lightning protection
¸KM3031
¸HV3018
108 MHz to185 MHz
50 W
Rod
Vehicle/semi-stationary
¸KM3031
¸HV3019
118 MHz to 400 MHz
50 W
Rod
Vehicle/semi-stationary, no ground
plane needed due to dipole design,
with lightning protection
¸KM3031
¸HL3032
220 MHz to 405 MHz
50 W
Log-periodic
dipole
(Semi-) stationary, high-gain antenna
¸KM3031
¸HL3033
30 MHz to 512 MHz
50 W
Log-periodic
dipole
(Semi-) stationary, high-gain antenna
¸KM3031
¸HK055L1
30 MHz to 512 MHz
50 W
Rod
Tracked vehicle/stationary
N/A
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Accessories for the
¸MR3000P
VHF tactical
handheld radio
Designation, description
Type
¸GA3023 handheld microphone/speaker
¸GA3023
Handheld microphone/speaker
¸IB3022 Li-Ion battery pack
Particularly high capacity due to Li-Ion technology
¸IB3022
Battery pack
¸IC3022 battery charger, AC, stationary
Automatic charging of up to eight ¸IB3022 Li-Ion
batteries
¸IC3022
Battery charger
¸IV3021 vehicle support
Vehicle mount with charger
¸IV3021
Vehicle support
¸GP3021 fillgun
For transmitting all relevant preset information, as well as
COMSEC/TRANSEC keys
¸GP3021
Fillgun
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External amplifiers
Configuration overview with docking
station and power
amplifiers
External amplifiers – overview
J
J
J
J
50WVHF/UHFpoweramplifier(compactversion)
50WVHF/UHFpoweramplifier,standaloneunit
150WHFpoweramplifier,standaloneunit
500WHFpoweramplifier
VHF/UHF antennas
HF antennas
J VHF
J UHF
J Multiband
¸KG3031A
docking station
¸VT3050 50 W
VHF/UHF power amplifier
J Whip
J Wire
J NVIS
¸VK3150
HF amplifier
¸FK3150
antenna coupler
Power supply
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¸VT3050 50 W
VHF/UHF power
amplifier
Brief description
The ¸VT3050 50 W VHF/UHF power amplifier
supports continuous operation across the 30 MHz to
512 MHz band with 50 W transmit power.
The ¸VT3050 is a member of the ¸M3TR family
of multiband tactical radio systems. This power amplifier
meets the need for military voice and data communications in all analog and digital fixed-frequency and frequency-hopping modes supported by the ¸MR300xH/U
tactical radio. The amplifier is especially designed for high
linearity to satisfy the requirements of the ¸M3TR‘s
high-speed radio modem for 72 kbit/s. Furthermore, it
supports medium to fast frequency hopping.
Collocation options are available for VHF Low (30 MHz to
88 MHz). The co-site filter is factory-installed. Fully automatic operation (controlled from the host transceiver) and
rapid tuning capability make pre-/postselector operation
transparent to the user.
Operational configuration and BITE/fault status reporting
are performed via the transceivers. The ¸VT3050 uses
rugged tactical packaging and meets the same environmental specifications for temperature, shock, vibration,
and submersibility as the rest of the ¸M3TR family.
Operation is fully automatic. Built-in test equipment (BITE)
and diagnostic testing are fully integrated into the transceiver system. The VHF/UHF amplifier is mounted separately with an independent shockmount. This provides
additional flexibility when installing tactical radio systems
into vehicles.
An ¸M3TR VHF/UHF system can be easily upgraded
to multiband operation. The ¸M3TR‘s serial control
bus allows combinations of transceivers with up to two external amplifiers. By adding an ¸VK3150 HF amplifier
and an ¸FK3150 antenna tuning unit, the system can
be expanded to a frequency range of 1.5 MHz to 512 MHz.
For use with standard VHF and UHF antennas, the amplifier features two configurable RF outputs. The frequency
that splits the available frequency range of 30 MHz to
512 MHz is user-selectable. Possible settings could be, for
instance, 30 MHz to 108 MHz for the RFLow output leaving
108.025 MHz to 512 MHz for the RFHigh output. If a multiband antenna such as the ¸HK055L1 is used, the entire range of 30 MHz to 512 MHz can be routed to one of
the outputs.
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¸VT3050C 50 W
VHF/UHF compact
power amplifier
Brief description
The ¸VT3050C 50 W VHF/UHF compact power
amplifier accommodates an ¸MR300xU or
¸MR300xH manpack radio.
The ¸VT3050C is a member of the ¸M3TR family of multiband tactical radio systems. The power
amplifier supports continuous operation across the
30 MHz to 512 MHz band with 50 W transmit power.
The ¸VT3050C accepts an ¸MR300xU or
¸MR300xH manpack radio (not included in the
equipment supplied) as a plug-in exciter. Because each
¸MR300xH/U manpack radio features a rear system
connector, the radio can be mounted and dismounted
quickly. Connectors at the front panel provide the most
important interfaces such as RF, audio, power supply lines,
and a digital bus to control external equipment. For standard applications, it is not necessary to plug cables to the
radio’s front panel. This provides "jerk and run" capability in an emergency, or convenient handling if the radio is
temporarily used as a manpack. The ¸VT3050C operates on 12 V or 24 V vehicle power supply.
Key features
Frequency range from 30 MHz to 512 MHz
J Very compact size, easy to install
J Output power 50 W CW and PEP
J Frequency-hopping capability (NATO HAVE QUICK I/II,
¸SECOM-V, ¸SECOM-P, ¸SECOS)
J Protected against antenna mismatch, overload,
overvoltage
J High MTBF
J Scalable for multiband operation (1.5 MHz to 512 MHz)
J
Options for the ¸VT3050C
Co-site filter
A collocation option is available for VHF Low (30 MHz to
88 MHz). The co-site filter is factory-installed. Fully automatic operation (controlled from the host transceiver) and
rapid tuning capability make pre-/postselector operation
transparent to the user.
Field telephone interface
This option provides a two-wire interface to connect the
amplifier to a field telephone. The operator can select four
modes for routing telephone calls from and to the radio:
J Audio-Radio: audio interface connected to radio
J Radio-Phone:fieldtelephoneconnectedtoradio
J Audio-Phone:fieldtelephoneconnectedtoaudio
interface
J Audio-Radio-Phone:fieldtelephoneconnectedtoradio
and audio interface
Audio/data interface
This option provides a versatile audio/data interface including power lines, audio, data, and control signals. It is used
to connect external devices such as an ¸MMC3000 or
KY57 cipher unit.
The ¸VT3050C with all options,
including ¸KS3001V and
¸MR300xH/U (radio not supplied
with amplifier).
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¸VK3150 150 W
HF power amplifier
Brief description
The ¸VK3150 150 W HF power amplifier increases the HF output power of the ¸MR300xH/U
manpack radios to 150 W PEP or 100 W average.
The ¸VK3150 provides medium-power/medium-range
communications links. Typical applications include mobile
or base station installations for general-purpose HF SSB
voice and data communications.
Built-in self-test features permit operators or maintenance
personnel to fully check the transceiver and the power amplifier down to module level. Fault conditions are displayed
on the transceiver‘s front-panel display.
The ¸MR300xH/U manpack acts as an exciter for the
power amplifier, avoiding the disadvantages of transceiver/
booster solutions with respect to unwanted emissions.
The HF power amplifier is mounted separately on an independent shockmount with room for proper air flow. This
provides additional flexibility when installing tactical radio
systems into vehicles.
The ¸VK3150 uses rugged tactical packaging and
meets the same environmental specifications for temperature, shock, vibration, and submersibility as the rest of the
¸M3TR family.
Continuous coverage is provided over the 1.5 MHz to
30 MHz frequency range. The power amplifier section is of
broadband design and fully supports frequency-agile operating modes (automatic link establishment, slow frequency
hopping). When used with the automatic ¸FK3150 HF
antenna tuning unit, the output of the ¸VK3150 is automatically matched to most rod and whip antennas.
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¸MG3500
500 W HF power
amplifier
Brief description
The R&S®MG3500 power amplifier increases the HF
output power of an R&S®MR300xH/U transceiver in
the HF range up to max. 500 W.
Thus, it makes reliable medium- and long-range connections via groundwave and skywave possible. Typical applications include stationary and semi-mobile installations for
tactical radio networks.
Key features
Frequency range from 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
J Output power 500 W CW and PEP
J Frequency-hopping capability (R&S®SECOM-H)
J Protected against mismatch and short-circuit
J High MTBF
J
The R&S®MG3500 500 W power amplifier with
the R&S®MR300xH/U transceiver in shockmounted frame (option); the transceiver is not
part of the equipment supplied.
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Operating modes
The amplifier operates in the entire HF range from
1.5 MHz to 30 MHz. In addition to the analog modes
(AM, FM, SSB), frequency-agile radio techniques such as
ALE and the R&S®SECOM-H EPM method offered in the
R&S®M3TR are also supported.
Broadband antennas (VSWR < 2) can be directly
connected to the amplifier. If the R&S®FK4190M antenna
tuning unit is added, standard rod, whip or wire antennas
can also be operated. In this case, the R&S®FK4190
is automatically controlled and tuned by the receiver.
Furthermore, hop sets and scan groups for the frequencyagile modes are learned for the connected antenna, and
the associated data records are stored in the tuning unit.
The tuning processes are largely performed automatically
and do not require the operator to take any special steps.
Reliability
The R&S®MG3500 is fully integrated into the built-in test
(power-on test and continuous test) of the transceiver.
Error messages from the amplifier are output on the transceiver HMI for the operator. To make service easier, error
messages down to the module level can be called up.
Multiband extension
All R&S®MR300xH/U transceivers support multiband
operation. The frequency range of an R&S®M3TR HF
system equipped with the R&S®MG3500 can also be
extended to cover the VHF/UHF range. This is done by
connecting the R&S®MG3500 to the extension port of an
R&S®VT3050C amplifier. This combination then permits
continuous operation at all frequencies between 1.5 MHz
and 512 MHz. Moreover, this configuration supports all
R&S®M3TR EPM and modem options in the VHF and UHF
range.
Design
The R&S®MG3500 HF power amplifier is modular with
19" rackmount design.
Any R&S®MR300xH/U transceiver can be operated as an
exciter for controlling the R&S®MG3500 power amplifier. It
can be replaced without requiring tools, or it may be used
temporarily as a manpack transceiver.
The interfaces on the manpack transceiver (audio, serial
data/control, GPS antenna connector, etc.) of course
remain accessible even after the transceiver has been
installed in the R&S®MG3500.
Power supply
The R&S®MG3500 can operate in either the single-phase
or three-phase mode. In addition, emergency operation
from a 24 V DC power supply is possible (max. HF output
power is then 100 W).
Environmental and EMC properties
Like all system components of the R&S®M3TR family, the
R&S®MG3500 has also been subjected to rigorous quality
testing. It meets the requirements of the MIL-STD-810F
and MIL-STD-461E standards.
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¸RNMS3000
management
software
Network, crypto, and
frequency management capabilities
Today’s armed forces apply communications planning in order to transform their combat radio equipment into a robustly networked communications
system. They need a system that optimally supports
the forces in accomplishing the mission at hand.
R&S®RNMS3000 for configuring Rohde & Schwarz radio networks
Brigade
networks
R&S®RNMS3000
radio network
management
software
Key management
Frequency management
Network management
Platoon
radio
networks
Network loading
Squad
radio
networks
Operational area
Operating time
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Brief description
R&S®RNMS3000 provides military leaders with the
software they need to create such a system with their
Rohde & Schwarz radios. R&S®RNMS3000 runs on a standard Windows-based PC or laptop, and allows military
radiocommunications planning to become an integral part
of the commanders’ strategy. The HMI is optimally designed to provide a structural mission planning approach,
as well as a graphical display, where the designed communications system can be overlayed with the tactical
mission planning.
Key features
To provide mission-tailored and secure radiocommunications networks, the R&S®RNMS3000 software system
offers the following functions:
Centralized and decentralized system management
The R&S®RNMS3000 software supports centralized system management, i.e. where one central organizational
unit performs all mission planning step. It also supports
decentralized management, where the various configuration steps are accomplished at different echelons in the
military hierarchy.
Moreover, the R&S®RNMS3000 software system provides
a single data set that – when distributed to the required
radios either via a fill device or a LAN connection – includes all parameters relevant to the immediately use of
the radios within the defined logical network structure.
Security key management
By means of R&S®RNMS3000, the user can generate keys
or upload externally generated keys in black form, depending on the utilized waveform. This builds the necessary
trust in the secure operation of the radiocommunications
system.
Frequency assignments
As part of its planning function, R&S®RNMS3000 permits
matching frequency assignments with current and future
deployment scenarios and enables the user to do the
following:
J Manage and assign single frequencies, frequency
hopping (FH) and restricted frequencies
J Generate and manage hop sets
Establishment of logical networks
In order to provide maximum flexibility in the application
of secure waveforms, R&S®RNMS3000 supports network
management for the following waveform families:
J NATO-specificwaveforms
J Waveforms based on the HF house
J R&S®SECOM waveforms
J R&S®SECOS waveforms
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¸T@cMan
Transforming
information into
shared battlespace
awareness
As the world faces new military challenges at the
beginning of the 21st century, almost all modern
armed forces are adapting from the industrial
age to the information age. The new warfare is
characterized by the ability of geographically
dispersed forces to attain a high level of the shared
operational picture that is exploited to achieve operational and tactical objectives.
The challenge
Consequently, this warfare must translate information
advantage into combat power in the following ways:
J Effectively linking friendly forces within the battlespace
J Providing a much improved shared situation picture
J Enabling more rapid and effective decision-making at all
levels of military operations
J Allowing for increased speed of execution
R&S®T@cMan
Vehicular
¸T@cMan
Vehicular
Manpack
¸T@cMan
¸M3TR
Network
data communications
¸T@cMan
¸M3TR
¸M3TR
¸T@cMan
¸T@cMan
client
Stationary/shipborne
LAN
¸M3SR
COTS IP
application
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Brief description
R&S®T@cMan is a reliable, robust and comprehensive data
communications solution for middle- to low-level forces,
enabling them to do the following:
J Achieve improved information sharing
J Enhance the quality of information and shared situation
picture
J Improve sustainability and speed of command
J Increase mission effectiveness
All these competitive edges have a direct impact on the
full range of military actions that are part of major combat,
stability and peacekeeping operations.
Key features
The following features characterize R&S®T@cMan as a
state-of-the-art data transmission solution for modern
forces:
Blue force tracking: broadcast of all relevant position
information
For divisions down to the soldier on the front line, the key
success factor for operating in line with the mission target
is supported by R&S®T@cMan blue force tracking. Each
BFT station collects the GPS positions of the units’ members and consolidates the location report graphically on a
digital map. As a result, the value of subordinate initiatives
in operational speed and responsiveness is enhanced.
During military missions, time is of key essence. The soldiers do not have time to concentrate on the handling
of their deployed systems. Consequently, R&S®T@cMan
provides flawless and intuitive applications that build trust
while maximizing the time for the soldiers’ primary combat
duties.
Operational awareness through chat feature
The observation of military situations is shared in near-realtime by the R&S®T@cMan chat application, which is used
to create short text messages, prioritize them and transmit
them simultaneously.
R&S®T@cMan is specially designed for tactical missions.
In particular the multirole capability of these radios from
Rohde & Schwarz provides maximum flexibility for manpack, vehicular or stationary deployment.
Mission-adequate e-mail
The intuitive e-mail feature provides all required functions
for rapid creation and mission-optimized exchange of
e-mail messages including attachments
Convenient use with the human-machine interface
For all its applications, R&S®T@cMan uses a human-machine interface (HMI) that is tailored to the military. It allows mission-critical information to be sent and received
even during combat, without the soldiers neglecting their
primary duty. The HMI especially supports the use of rugged tablet PCs with touch-screen mode.
Transcending the network limits via IP gateway
The IP gateway feature enables mobile forces to be connected beyond the radio network and to access missioncritical data provided via IP networks.
Increased unit safety with radio remote control
The radio remote control feature makes it possible to optimally utilize the connected radio from Rohde & Schwarz
by monitoring and adjusting its performance. At the same
time, the essential requirements for soldier safety are met,
since the operator is spatially separated from the radio.
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Ordering information
Designation
Type
Order No.
¸M3TR Radio Family
HF/VHF Tactical Radio, 0.5 W to 10 W (HF up to 20 W)
Int. GPS receiver, ATU, RS-232-C, and IP interface
¸MR3000H
6118.3000.04
Int. GPS receiver, ATU, RS-232-C, and IP interface; prepared for HAVE QUICK I/II and ¸SECOS 516
¸MR3001H
6137.9300.04
Int. GPS receiver, ATU, RS-232-C, and IP interface; prepared for STANAG 4538/4539
¸MR3002H
6137.9400.04
Int. GPS receiver, ATU, RS-232-C, and IP interface; prepared for HAVE QUICK I/II, ¸SECOS 516,
and STANAG 4538/4539
VHF/UHF Tactical Radio, 0.5 W to 10 W
¸MR3003H
6137.9500.04
Int. GPS receiver, RS-232-C, and IP interface
¸MR3000U
6118.3500.04
Int. GPS receiver, RS-232-C, and IP interface; prepared for HAVE QUICK I/II and ¸SECOS 516
¸MR3001U
6137.9600.04
Int. GPS receiver, RS-232-C, and IP interface; prepared for STANAG 4538/4539
¸MR3002U
6137.9700.04
Int. GPS receiver, RS-232-C, and IP interface; prepared for HAVE QUICK I/II, ¸SECOS 516,
and STANAG 4538/4539
Handheld Transceiver
¸MR3003U
6137.9800.04
Handheld Transceiver
¸MR3000P
6131.4307.10
¸GK3004
6098.3253.02
¸CP3000
6130.7983.XX
¸GP3000
6099.3805.02
Mating Connector Set (¸MR300xH/U)
Connector Kit for ¸M3TR transceiver
¸SECOM Support Equipment (¸MR300xH/U)
Key Generation Equipment for ¸SECOM incl. ¸KGE3000 key generation module
and software for data communications and remote control
Fillgun for transmitting all relevant preset information, as well as COMSEC/TRANSEC keys
Fillgun HAVE QUICK I/II for transmitting all relevant preset information
¸GP3100
6131.6039.02
Key Distribution Device for ¸SECOS 516 TDMA
¸KDD3750
6131.2010.02
Single Remote Control Unit with 3.5 m connecting cable
¸GB3031R
6131.7106.03
Single Remote Control Unit with 8 m connecting cable
¸GB3031R
6131.7106.10
Single Remote Control Unit with 12 m connecting cable
¸GB3031R
6131.7106.15
Docking Stations and Accessories (¸MR300xH/U)
Single Docking Station with blower; frame only; not operational without additional components
¸KG3031
6121.9006.13
Dual Docking Station with blower; frame only; not operational without additional components
¸KG3032
6123.1002.13
Ground Plate without shockmounts; standard; for ¸KG3031/KG3032
¸KG3030G
6123.1502.02
Ground Plate without shockmounts; with slides; for ¸KG3031/KG3032
¸KG3030G
6123.1502.12
Ground Plate with shockmounts; standard; for wheeled and tracked vehicles; for ¸KG3031/KG3032
¸KG3032G
6123.1854.02
Ground Plate with shockmounts and slides; for wheeled and tracked vehicles; for ¸KG3031/KG3032
¸KG3032G
6123.1854.12
Auxiliary Box; standard; incl. audio line, Ethernet, audio wideband and multipurpose I/O interface; for
¸KG3031/KG3032
Auxiliary Box; field telephone; incl. audio line, Ethernet, audio wideband and multipurpose I/O interface;
for ¸KG3031/KG3032
RF Interface Option; rear connector for 2 × N output
¸GB3130A
6131.5984.02
¸GB3130A
6131.5984.03
¸GV3130B
6131.6900.02
RF Interface Option; rear connector for ¸VT3050 and ¸VK3150
¸GV3130B
6131.6900.03
RF Interface Option; rear connector for ¸VK3150 and 1 × N output
¸GV3130B
6131.6900.04
Power Filter; max. 20 A; for ¸KG3031
¸IZ3030F
6125.9600.02
Power Filter; max. 40 A; for ¸KG3032
¸IZ3030F
6125.9600.03
Vehicular Mounts (¸MR300xH/U)
Mounting Frame with shockmounts
For ¸VT3050 or ¸VK3150 power amplifier
¸KS3000V
6099.6104.02
For ¸VT3050C power amplifier
¸KS3001V
6140.9350.02
For ¸FK3150 antenna tuning unit
¸KS3150F
6099.6004.02
Blower Unit for ¸VK3150 or ¸VT3050 power amplifiers
¸KL3000V
6118.0101.02
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Designation
Type
Order No.
¸GA3001
6098.2505.02
Audio Accessories (¸MR300xH/U)
Handset with PTT microphone and earpiece
Headset with PPT microphone and two earpieces
¸GA3002
6098.2605.02
Headset with PPT microphone and one earpiece
¸GA3002
6098.2605.03
Active Loudspeaker/Microphone
¸GA3003
6098.3001.02
Active Loudspeaker/Microphone
¸GA3023
6131.4707.02
Loudspeaker for connection to ¸MR300xH/U audio socket with through-connection
to ¸GA3001/GA3002
Length of cable: 2 m
¸GA3005
6137.7537.xx
6137.7537.02
Length of cable: 5 m
6137.7537.05
Length of cable: 10 m
6137.7537.10
Batteries and Chargers (¸MR300xH/U)
Standard Battery Pack, Li-Ion, rechargeable; 28.8 V/5.5 Ah
¸IB3001
6118.0201.03
Combat Battery Pack, Li-S02, non-rechargeable; 28 V/7.5 Ah
¸IB3002
6118.0253.03
Battery Charger, AC, stationary automatic charging of up to eight ¸IB3001 Li-Ion batteries
¸IC3000
6098.2257.02
Battery Charger, DC, mobile automatic charging of one ¸IB3001 Li-Ion battery
¸IC3001
6095.5755.02
(Power supply cables for chargers are to be ordered separately.)
Power Amplifiers (¸MR300xH/U)
150 W HF Power Amplifier for ¸MR300xH/U transceivers; 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz
¸VK3150
6118.0301.02
50 W VHF/UHF Power Amplifier for ¸MR300xH/U transceivers; 30 MHz to 512 MHz; with co-site filter
¸VT3050
6118.5503.02
50 W VHF/UHF Power Amplifier for ¸MR300xH/U transceivers; 30 MHz to 512 MHz; without co-site filter
¸VT3050
6118.5503.03
50 W VHF/UHF Compact Power Amplifier for ¸MR300xH/U transceivers
¸VT3050C
6140.9250.xx
30 MHz to 512 MHz; with co-site filter
6140.9250.02
30 MHz to 512 MHz
6140.9250.03
30 MHz to 512 MHz; with field telephone and audio/data
6140.9250.07
30 MHz to 512 MHz; with co-site filter, field telephone, and audio/data
6140.9250.17
Control Cables (¸MR300xH/U)
Cable for connection of an ¸VT3050 and an ¸VK3150 power amplifier; 0.28 m length
¸GK3011
6130.2500.02
Cable for connection of an ¸VT3050 and an ¸VK3150 power amplifier; 0.5 m length
¸GK3011
6130.2500.03
Control Cable for connection of an ¸VK3150 power amplifier and an ¸FK3150 ATU
¸GK3012
6123.2909.xx
0.6 m length
6123.2909.02
0.8 m length
6123.2909.12
3 m length
6123.2909.03
20 m length
6123.2909.20
25 m length
6123.2909.25
50 m length
6123.2909.50
(Please note that always two ¸GK3012 control cables are required.)
Cable for connection of an ¸VT3050 power amplifier and an ¸KG3031/KG3032 docking station
¸VT3050/¸VT3050C right-hand side; 1 m length
¸GK3030U
6130.2300.02
¸VT3050/¸VT3050C left-hand side; 1 m length
¸GK3030U
6130.2300.03
¸VK3150 right-hand side; 1 m length
¸GK3030H
6130.2400.02
¸VK3150 left-hand side; 1 m length
¸GK3030H
6130.2400.03
Data Cables (¸MR300xH/U)
RS-232-C Data Cable for connecting an ¸MR300xH/U to a PC; 2 m length
¸GK3003
6135.2109.02
RS-232-C Data Cable for connecting an ¸MR300xH/U to a PC; 3 m length
¸GK3003
6135.2109.03
Cable for connecting the ¸KG3031/KG3032 Ethernet interface to a PC; 2 m length
¸GK3018
6125.9200.02
USB Cable for connecting the ¸GP3000 to a PC; 2 m length
¸GK3021
6118.1750.02
Cable for RS-232-C remote control and data; for connecting an ¸MR300xH/U to a PC; 3 m length
¸GK3024
6135.2209.03
Cable for RS-232-C remote control; for connecting an ¸MR300xH/U to a PC; 1 m length
¸GK3025
6135.2250.02
Cable for RS-232-C remote control; for connecting an ¸MR300xH/U to a PC; 3 m length
¸GK3025
6135.2250.03
Data Download Cable ¸KDD373/3750 <--> ¸MR300xH/U; 3 m length
¸GK3026
6133.8380.03
Cable for remote control, RS-232-C data, and audio line; for connecting an ¸MR300xH/U
to external systems; 3 m length
¸GK3027
6137.7472.03
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Designation
Type
Order No.
¸GK3013
6123.3005.xx
RF Cables (¸MR300xH/U)
RF Cable N – N for connection of an ¸VK3150 power amplifier and an ¸FK3150 ATU
0.6 m length
6123.3005.02
0.9 m length
6123.3005.12
3 m length
6123.3005.03
5 m length
6123.3005.05
20 m length
6123.3005.20
25 m length
6123.3005.25
50 m length
RF Cable N – BNC for connection of an ¸VK3150/VT3050/VT3050C power amplifier and an antenna
6123.3005.50
¸GK3014
6123.3105.xx
2 m length
6123.3105.02
5 m length
6123.3105.05
10 m length
6123.3105.10
20 m length
6123.3105.20
50 m length
GPS Cable TNC – SMA
6123.3105.50
¸GK3016
6125.8904.xx
2 m length
6125.8904.02
5 m length
6125.8904.05
10 m length
6125.8904.10
Power Supply Cables (¸MR300xH/U)
Power Supply Cable for ¸KG3031 and ¸KG3032; 90° plug; 5 m length
¸GK3002
6125.8704.02
Power Supply Cable for ¸KG3031 and ¸KG3032; straight plug; 5 m length
¸GK3002
6099.3705.02
Power Supply and Ethernet Cable (RJ-45 plug) for ¸MR300xH/U manpack transceivers (rear connector)
¸GK3009
6118.1608.02
Power Supply Cable for ¸VK3150/VT3050/VT3050C power amplifiers; 5 m length
¸GK3015
6123.3205.00
Power Supply Cable for ¸IC3001 charger ; 3 m length
¸GK3020
6118.1508.03
Power Supply Cable for ¸IC3001 charger; plug 90°; 3 m length
¸GK3020
6118.1508.13
¸GK3001
6099.3605.xx
Further Cables (¸MR300xH/U)
Cable Rebroadcast for connection of two ¸MR300xH/U transceivers
2 m length
6099.3605.02
6 m length
6099.3605.06
10 m length
Cable for detachable front panel; max. 1.5 m length
6099.3605.10
¸GK3005
6118.1008.02
Wire Antenna for manpack or stationary use; 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz; 150 W
¸AK3001
6118.1850.02
Wire Dipole Antenna for manpack use; 2 MHz to 90 MHz; 25 W; broadband antenna
¸AK3031
6099.8007.02
Wire Dipole Antenna for manpack use; 2 MHz to 90 MHz; 25 W; broadband antenna; with mast
¸AK3031
6099.8007.04
Mast for ¸AK3031 wire dipole antenna; 7 m height
¸KM3032
6131.7306.02
Long Wire Antenna; 30 MHz to 88 (108) MHz; 30 W high-gain directional antenna
¸HD3001
6131.7406.02
Hang-UpAntenna;terminatedwithBNCconnector;30MHzto88MHz;powerrating12.5Winto50Ω
¸HD3088
6092.1859.02
GPS Antenna for manpack and vehicle applications; active; magnetic holder; L1 band
¸HV3003
6118.2004.02
Whip Antenna for manpack; 25 MHz to 88 (108) MHz; 20 W
¸HV3004
6128.1400.02
Long Whip Antenna for manpack; 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz; 25 W
¸HV3007
6118.0853.02
Whip Antenna for manpack; 118 MHz to 400 MHz (88 MHz to 450 MHz); 15 W
¸HV3009
6126.5967.02
Whip Antenna for vehicle use; 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz; 400 W
¸HV3011
6099.7600.02
Whip Antenna for vehicle use; 30 MHz to 108 MHz; 75 W; low profile
¸HV3012
6099.7700.02
Whip Antenna for vehicle use; 30 MHz to 108 MHz; 75 W; low profile; with GPS base
¸HV3012
6099.7700.03
Whip Antenna for vehicle or stationary use; 225 MHz to 512 MHz; 50 W; center-fed
¸HV3013
6099.7800.02
Whip Antenna for vehicle use; 225 MHz to 512 MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with GPS base
¸HV3013
6099.7800.03
Whip Antenna for vehicle or stationary use; 30 MHz to 108 MHz; 50 W; center-fed
¸HV3015
6098.8803.02
Whip Antenna for vehicle use; 30 MHz to 108 MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with GPS base
¸HV3015
6098.8803.03
Whip Antenna for vehicle or stationary use; 108 MHz to 185 MHz; 50 W; center-fed
¸HV3018
6131.7506.02
Whip Antenna for vehicle use; 108 MHz to 185 MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with GPS base
¸HV3018
6131.7506.03
Whip Antenna for vehicle or stationary use; 100 MHz to 400 (512) MHz; 50 W; center-fed
¸HV3019
6131.7606.02
Whip Antenna for vehicle use; 100 MHz to 400 (512) MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with GPS base
¸HV3019
6131.7606.03
Manpack Antennas (¸MR300xH/U)
Vehicular Antennas (¸MR300xH/U)
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Designation
Type
Order No.
30 MHz to 108 MHz; 100 W
¸HL3031
6099.9803.02
30 MHz to 108 MHz; 100 W; with mast
¸HL3031
6099.9803.04
220 MHz to 405 MHz; 100 W
¸HL3032
6099.9903.02
220 MHz to 405 MHz; 100 W; with mast
¸HL3032
6099.9903.04
30 MHz to 512 MHz; 100 W
¸HL3033
6118.0901.02
30 MHz to 512 MHz; 100 W; with mast
¸HL3033
6118.0901.04
Mast for ¸HL3031, ¸HL3032, and ¸HL3033 log-periodic antennas; 8.5 m height
¸KM3031
6098.8903.02
Whip Antenna for stationary use; 225 MHz to 512 MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with mast
¸HV3013
6099.7800.04
Whip Antenna for stationary use; 30 MHz to 108 MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with mast
¸HV3015
6098.8803.04
Coaxial Dipole Antenna for vehicle or stationary use; 115 MHz to 1500 MHz; 250 W
¸HV3017
6118.0753.02
Coaxial Dipole Antenna for stationary use; 115 MHz to 1500 MHz; 250 W; with mast
¸HV3017
6118.0753.04
Whip Antenna for stationary use; 108 MHz to 185 MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with mast
¸HV3018
6131.7506.04
Whip Antenna for stationary use; 100 MHz to 400 (512) MHz; 50 W; center-fed; with mast
¸HV3019
6131.7606.04
GPS Antenna Supplement for ¸HK055L1
¸KM055
6135.1825.02
Long Wire Adapter for use of ¸AK503 with ¸FK3150
¸HZ3503
6118.2256.02
Long Wire Adapter for use of ¸AK503 with ¸MR3000H
¸HZ3503
6118.2256.03
Adapter, BNC, ¸M3TR antenna connector to BNC
¸GK3019
6125.9300.02
Adapter, N, ¸M3TR antenna connector to N
¸GK3019
6125.9300.03
Long Wire Adapter for use of wire antennas on ¸M3TR manpack radios
¸GK3019
6125.9300.04
¸FK3150
6095.5855.02
Transport Bag for ¸KM011 mast; color: olive drab
¸MZ3011
6126.5680.03
Rucksack for ¸AK3031 antenna; color: camouflage
¸MZ3031
6126.5580.02
Rucksack for ¸AK3031 antenna; color: olive drab
¸MZ3031
6126.5580.03
Rucksack for ¸MR300xH/U and accessories; color: camouflage
¸MZ3060
6098.2857.02
Rucksack for ¸MR300xH/U and accessories; color: olive drab
¸MZ3060
6098.2857.03
Rucksack for ¸MR300xH/U, ¸XV3088 and accessories; color: camouflage
¸MZ3088
6092.2603.02
Transport Bag for ¸AK503 antenna, antenna head, radiators, and ropes; color: olive drab
¸MZ3503
6126.5780.03
¸TS6030
5200.xxxx.xx
VHF Tactical Handheld Radio, 25 MHz to 145 MHz; 0.2/5 W;
including ¸SECOM-P EPM (ECCM) waveform (VHF/FM)
Fillgun for handheld transceiver; for transmitting all relevant preset information,
as well as COMSEC/TRANSEC keys
Handheld Microphone/Speaker
¸MR3000P
6131.4307.10
¸GP3021
6131.4607.03
¸GA3023
6131.4707.02
Serial Data Cable
¸GK3028
6140.4606.02
Power Supply Cable for ¸IV3021
¸GK3029
6131.5255.08
Battery Pack, Li-Ion, for ¸MR3000P transceiver
¸IB3022
6131.4907.02
Battery Charger, AC, stationary, for ¸MR3000P transceiver;
automatic charging of up to eight ¸IB3022 Li-Ion batteries
Vehicle Support; vehicle mount with charger for ¸MR3000P transceiver
¸IC3022
6131.4959.02
¸IV3021
6131.5103.02
Long Tape Antenna for ¸MR3000P transceiver; 1.1 m
¸HV3021
6131.4407.02
Short Tape Antenna for ¸MR3000P transceiver; 0.5 m
¸HV3022
6131.4559.02
Bag for ¸MR3000P transceiver
¸MZ3021
6131.4359.02
Set Bag for ¸MR3000P transceiver and accessories
¸MZ3022
6131.4807.02
Battery Pack Bag for ¸MR3000P transceiver
¸MZ3023
6131.4859.02
Stationary Antennas (¸MR300xH/U)
Log-Periodic Dipole Antennas (high-gain directional antennas)
(For further antennas, see the "Antennas HF-VHF/UHF-SF" catalog; PD 0758.0368.)
Antenna Adapters (¸MR300xH/U)
Antenna Tuning Unit (¸MR300xH/U)
Antenna Tuning Unit for ¸M3TR; 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz; 150 W
Rucksacks and Manpack Bags (¸MR300xH/U)
Test System for Radio Equipment of the ¸M3xR Family
I-Level Special Test Equipment (I-STE for ¸M3AR, ¸M3SR, ¸M3TR)
Other types on request.
Handheld Transceiver and Accessories (¸MR3000P)
Rohde & Schwarz R&S®M3TR Software Defined Radios
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PD 5213.9228.12 | Version 03.00 | December 2008 | R&S®M3TR
Data without tolerance limits is not binding | Subject to change
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