The Radmore R35010 radio is a smal, light-weight personal radio intended for a communication between members of the team or combat squad in small radio networks.
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The R35010 works in the frequency range of 2405 MHz to 2480 MHz. The radio users can establish a communication at one from 16 pre-programmed channels. By assigning different network IDs, the radio allows to create up to 64 different radio networks operating at the same frequency.
The device may have a built-in GPS receiver which allows the transmission of geographical position, depending on configuration: autonomously with configurable repetition time, at the end of each transmission or on demand sent by other radio. The radio has built-in GPS antenna, but it is also possible to connect an external antenna.
Encryption with AES
Optionally, the R35010 radio may be fitted with the encryption circuit (AES).
The types of communication available on the R35010 radio:
The R35010 radio operates with spreadspectrum DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum).
The radio can operate with one or two wireless PTT buttons using spread spectrum system FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum).
The radio is supplied with the Ni-MH re-chargeable batteries, but it is also possible to use regular R6 alkaline batteries. Re-chargeable batteries provide 24 hours of runtime (in a cycle - transmission: receiving: listening = 1:7:16)
All radios of the network are able to operate in the conference communication mode, but the transmission is able for up to 4 radios at the same time.
Very convenient and useful option is pro-viding voice information about the select-ed network number. Such messages can be heard from a headset, if it is connected to the radio or from the internal speaker during handheld operation.
“Fill gun” programmer enables quick programming the radio with all of the radionetwork parameters. In this way, it is possible to program the radio with configuration parameters previously entered into the programmer.
The vehicle adapter allows to install the radio insideof a vehicle. By connecting the vehicular antenna to the adapter, the range of a communication will be increased. After the installation, radio in the vehicle is supplied by the on-board power supply. It is also possi-ble to connect a radio to the intercom network, i.e. on-board internal communication network.
The unique in the personal radio and also very useful feature is the possibil-ity of automatic retransmission of radio signals. Operating in the retransmission mode increases a communication range, but first of all, it provides better area coverage, allowing to bypass various ob-stacles.
The user can quickly erase all the set-tings stored in the radio. In this state, normal operation in the transmission and reception mode is not possible. The restoration of normal operation is pos-sible only by re-configuring.