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Codan NGT MR

Codan’s commitment to its customers goes beyond producing world-class communications equipment. With customers in more than 150 countries Codan has developed a highly responsive global service and support capability to ensure prompt and accurate support services. These support services include installation and commissioning of equipment, on-site and factory based training and the provision of spare parts worldwide.


With 125 W of output power packed into a rugged and small unit the NGTMR Transceiver is suited to mobile and base configurations. A small user-friendly handset, similar to a mobile phone, accompanies the RF unit and simplifies installation and operation.


The NGT MR meets or exceeds environmental specifi cations for shock, vibration and blowing dust. In addition to MIL-STD-810F, the RF unit is IP52 rated and the handset is IP41 rated. It also provides complete protection against reverse polarity, over voltage, antenna mismatch and temperature.


Voice security is provided through an optional voice encryption module, which is fi tted inside the NGT™ MR. The encryption is based on a 128-bit digital algorithm to meet the unique demands of HF propagation. Up to 98 eight-bit user programmable key codes areavailable to enable 10E10000 key code combinations. These keys are never transmitted on-air and as a result cannot be intercepted.


Codan’s cleverly designed NGT™ MR Handset and intuitive interface provides many benefi ts over traditional removable front panel designs. Its small size and light weight make it simple to install in many locations, especially in vehicles where space is limited. FREQUENCY HOPPING (ECCM) The CODAN NGT MR provides 128-bit security strength frequency hopping. It operates during scanning, and during reception and transmission of ALE calls to enable silent operation. Users can optimise performance via three user-switchable hopping rates of 6/12/25 hops per second. An additional level of security can be achieved through the use of a 10 digit user PIN.

MIL-STD-188-141B ALE

The NGT MR is fully compliant with FED-STD-1045 and MIL-STD-188-141B ALE protocol standards. Codan has also made a number of smart enhancements to their version of ALE.

With scan rates of up to 8 channels per second and an ability to scan up to 20 groups of The NGT MR supports standard ALE call types, as well as a number of special types such as GPS, Emergency, Status, Message, and Telephone calls.


An external 15 pin accessory port enables the NGT MR to operate with external data modems. The CODAN high speed 3112 HF Data Modem is fully compatible with the NGT MR and offers MIL-STD-188-110A/B and STANAG data protocols.


Channel capacity 400 channels

600 channels when MIL-STD-188-141B ALE is enabled

Frequency range Transmit: 1.6 to 30 MHz

Receive: 250 kHz to 30 MHz

Operating mode Single sideband (J3E) USB and LSB or switched USB/LSB, AM, H3E (optional), CW, FSK

Transmitted power High Power: 125 W PEP / 100 W PEP (optional)

Low Power: 10 W PEP

Spurious and harmonic emissions Better than 65 dB below PEP

Receiver sensitivity Frequency: RF amp off: 0.25 to 30 MHz 1.25 μV PD –105 dBm

Frequency stability ±0.3 ppm (–30 to +60°C)

Supply voltage 12 V DC nominal, negative earth ,operating range: 10.8 to 15.5 V DC

Overvoltage protection Shutdown at 16 V DC (nominal) for duration of overvoltage

Supply current requirements Receive: (no signal) 630 mA (nominal)

Transmit: J3E voice: 6 A average

Frequency Hopping Hop Rate: 6/12/25 hops per second (user programmable)

Security: 128 bit

Number of Hop Plans: 32

Key Code length: 18 digits

PIN length: 10 digits

Voice encryption Security: 128 bits

Key Code length: 18 digits

PIN length: 4 digits

Size and weight 2012 RF Unit (excluding vehicle mounting frame): 210 mm W x 270 mm D x 65 mm H; 3.3 kg

2020 Handset: 65 mm W x 35 mm D x 130 mm H; 0.3 kg

Handset , Speaker Connector: 135 mm W x 117 mm D x 38 mm H

Sealing 2012 RF Unit: IP52

2020 Handset: IP41

Handset and Speaker Connector: IP41

Environmental MIL-STD-810F

Dust: method 510.4

Shock: method 514.5

Vibration: method 516.5