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    00¸M3TR Software Defined Radios Multiband, Multimode, Multirole Radio Family for Tactical Applications

    ¸M3TR Software Defined Radios Multiband, Multimode, Multirole Radio Family for Tactical Applications

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    Content R&S®M3TR Software Defined Radios ...........................4A 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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    External amplifiers ........................................................34 Configuration overview with docking station and power amplifiers ....................................................34

    ¸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

    ¸VK3150 150 W HF power amplifier ...................37 Brief description ...............................................................37

    ¸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

    ¸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

    ¸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

    ¸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

    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 opera- tions of multinational armed forces. Interoperability of the equipment, especially in the field of communications, is therefore the primary objective of the international part- ners 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 economi- cally, in the tactical communications sector. The heart of the new integrated communications system is the light- weight ¸MR300xH/U manpack transceiver (1.5 MHz to 108 MHz or 25 MHz to 512 MHz), which offers solu- tions 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 sup- ports both open and secure communications modes.

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