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  • 2110 Manpack with 3G ALE | LMR & HF Radio | Codan Radio
  • 2110 Manpack with 3G ALE | LMR & HF Radio | Codan Radio
  • 2110 Manpack with 3G ALE | LMR & HF Radio | Codan Radio
2110 MANPACK WITH 3G ALE (482536)
  • Lightweight & rugged design
  • Advanced ALE
  • FED-STD-1045
  • MIL-STD-141B
  • 3G ALE (STANAG 4538)
  • Long battery life Intelligent battery system
  • Interoperability with advanced
  • calling facilities
  • Smart, fast & fully automatic antenna tuner
  • Clear communications with DSP noise reduction — Easitalk™
  • Innovative & user-friendly interface
  • Integrated GPS receiver

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2110 Manpack series Transceivers are extremely light and rugged, and are designed for long distance communications, whilst on the move. There are two versions available: the 2110v for basic voice only operations and the 2110 with additional interface and interoperability capabilities. The main differences between the two versions are that the 2110 Manpack Transceiver is fully interoperable with military transceivers and offers advanced Automatic Link Establishment (ALE) options.

Codan’s 2110 series Transceivers are designed for harsh fi eld conditions and comply with the most demanding environmental standards including MIL-STD-810F. The Transceivers and battery compartments are made from lightweight alloys and high impact plastics. Both are capable of withstanding immersion to a depth of one metre. At 2.9 kg Codan’s 2110v and 2110 are among the lightest yet fully featured manpacks available today.

Both Transceiver models have a FED-STD-1045 ALE capability available as an option. It comes with Codan’s ALE technology (CALM™), which improves the performance of ALE by maintaining channel quality information (LQA) on a 24 hour basis. This results in signifi cantly less sounding and enables the Transceivers to select the most suitable channel from the moment they are turned on. In addition to FED-STD-1045 ALE, the 2110 also offers MIL-STD-188- 141B ALE and 3G ALE (STANAG 4538) as options. With these options, the 2110 offers up to 600 channels and 20 networks. The 2110 Manpack Transceiver is fully interoperable with military transceivers using JITC certifi ed MIL-STD-188-141B ALE. You can initiate NET, GROUP, and WILDCARD selective calls, along with a number of advanced calls including, Phone, Message, GPS, and Status Calls. The 2110 is also interoperable with a number of commercial HF transceivers that are used by many non-government and humanitarian organisations. The 2110 Manpack includes the latest generation 3G ALE technology providing the tactical user with fast linking and data capabilities. Mission critical messages are transferred securely by employing link protection and data encryption. Synchronised scanning provides more effi cient use of existing bandwidth.

Using state of the art technology, Codan’s 2110 series Transceivers have by far the lowest current consumption of any available Manpack Transceiver. This enables continuous operation for several days on a single battery charge, which can save some users from carrying spare batteries.

Codan’s unique battery management technology continuously monitors the battery condition and remaining capacity. The Transceivers’ front panel shows remaining operating hours, reassuring users of their ability to communicate in mission critical operations. The intelligent monitoring system also monitors battery charging and prevents batteries from being overcharged. This ensures maximum battery life and minimises operational costs. Users can charge batteries via the Transceivers’ front panels either while they are operating the manpacks or separately. The 2110v and 2110 are compatible with a range of battery charging solutions for either AC or DC sources.

The 2110 series Transceivers provide seamless operation with Codan’s NGT™ base and vehicle Transceivers. They are fully interoperable with NGT™ 4 and 6 digit calling facilities including Phone call, Message call, GPS call, Get Status call, and Over-The-Air (OTA) remote confi guration and remote disable capabilities.

Both the 2110v and 2110 feature an integrated antenna tuner that provides smart, fast and fully automatic tuning of whip and long wire antennas. From the moment an antenna is connected, the Transceivers automatically detect the antenna and tune it to the operating frequency. Users no longer have to select tuning modes, antenna types or manually initiate the tune cycle. Initial tuning typically occurs within 2.5 seconds and takes only 50 milliseconds when tuning from memory. The tuner is fully protected against unexpected antenna loads and mismatches, overvoltage, or continuous use. A separate 50 ohm BNC connection is also available for broadband and other untuned antennas. The 2110 supports connection to external antenna tuners such as the 9350 Automatic Tuning Whip Antenna.

Codan’s Digital Signal Processing (DSP) techniques greatly reduce the effect of interference and channel noise to provide clearer communications. Easitalk™ operates at the press of a button and the result is a loud and clear signal at all times.

Codan’s intuitive interface is easy to use right from the start and minimises training time and costs. The Transceivers’ menu driven interface includes a smart address book containing up to 100 names, call locations, and even pre-programmed text messages. It also features one key access to standard functions and preprogrammed sequences. The front panel includes an internal speaker, full alpha-numeric keypad, and a large display that are backlit for night time operations. The Transceivers are highly confi gurable and support both user and administrative access levels. This includes the ability to simplify the user interface by restricting a user to only those functions that are necessary to operate the Transceivers.

Both the 2110v and 2110 support an integrated GPS receiver option, which enables you to monitor your own location, and your distance and bearing from other transceivers within a network. Emergency calls sent through the unique one button emergency facility automatically include GPS position information. Using CODAN™ GPS and tracking software, a base station operator can track manpack units on a single map. Warning messages can be issued if the fi eld operator enters a no-go area for added security. For extra protection, GPS data can be encrypted so positions are only seen by authorised users.

Codan’s Voice Encryptor option is available with both Manpack Transceivers, and can prevent third party monitoring of communications that may otherwise jeopardise an operation. It uses a patented voice encryption technology to ensure sensitive information remains confi dential. For added security, the 2110 series Transceivers also support encryption of transmitted text messages and GPS position information. WORLDWIDE SUPPORT Codan customers are supported with our worldwide network of Accredited Service Centres, agents and distributors — 24 hours a day. Regular auditing and training by Codan technical staff ensure the best after sales service. The 2110 series Transceivers are backed by a 3 year warranty.

The 2110 series Transceivers are designed to preserve your investment in the equipment by supporting future features and capabilities. Their large memory capacity and digital signal processing capabilities enable them to be extended easily through software updates. The Transceivers’ modular design makes them simple to service and repair with a minimum of tools. A range of built-in test capabilities makes it easy to test and report on the Transceivers’ performance. All CODAN™ Transceivers are fully protected from faults such as antenna damage, overvoltage and reverse polarity, which can destroy other transceivers.


  •  Data Modem, Internal STANAG 4539 / MIL-STD-188-110/B (75–9600 bps)
  •  RC50-C Email Software for above
  •  FED-STD-1045 ALE (CALM™)
  •  3G ALE (STANAG 4538) ALE
  •  MIL-STD-188-141B ALE
  •  Voice Encryption, CES-128 or AES-256
  •  Morse Key
  •  High Stability Receiver*
  •  GPS
  •  500 Hz Bandwidth Filter
  •  2700 Hz Bandwidth Filter**
  • * Required for MIL-STD-ALE
  • ** Required for use with MIL-STD Data Modem

Frequency range

1.6 to 30 MHz Tx, 250 kHz to 30 MHz Rx

Channel capacity

2110v: 400 channels, 10 networks
2110: 600 channels, 20 networks with MIL-STD-188-141B ALE option or 3G ALE option


Configurable up to 8 channels per second

Frequency stability

±1.5 ppm (–30 to +60°C)

Power source

12 V DC (10.8 to 15 V operational)


2110v: Voice, USB/LSB (J3E), AM (H3E), AFSK (J2B), CW (J2A)
2110: Voice/Data, USB/LSB (J3E), AM (H3E), AFSK (J2B), CW (J2A)

Linking and Data

3G ALE (STANAG 4538) including FLSU, HDL, LDL, CAST (Codan Adaptive Signalling Technology)
STANAG 4539, MIL-STD-188-110A; MIL-STD-188-110B

Operating temperature range

–30 to +60°C


245mm W x 250mm D x 92mm H
With battery:
245mm W x 350mm D x 92mm H


2.9 kg (5.0 kg with 8 Ah NiMH battery


Per MIL-STD-810F including shock, vibration, humidity, immersion (1 hr at 1 m), altitude, fungus, salt fog, sand and dust, blowing dust, and rough handling


Convection from case

Transceiver conformance

Exceeds or meets requirements of AS/NZS 4770:2003, CE, NTIA and FCC
Per MIL-STD-188-141B (required for ALE) (2110 only)


USB (full opto-isolation) or RS232

Approximate battery life

Approx. 65 hr (17Ah LiPO4)
Approx. 50 hr (13 Ah NiMH) voice 1:9 Tx:Rx

RF input/output impedance

Whip/long wire antenna via internal Automatic Antenna Tuner, or 50 Ω nominal

A/F power and A/F distortion

Waterproof internal speaker; 0.5 W into 8 Ω, 10% THD
External speaker on connector; 1 W into 4 Ω, 10% THD (2110 only)

Transmitter specifications

Power output: 25 W PEP (High)/5 W PEP (Low) selectable
Duty cycle: 50% with over temperature protection
Audio bandwidth: 350 to 2700 Hz

Receiver specifications

Operating current: 120 mA typical (speaker muted)
Sensitivity: 0.14 uV for 10 dB SINAD
Mute: Syllabic Voice Detect
Audio output: 
Handset: via 6-way connector
Internal Speaker: selectable on or off
External Speaker: via 19-way connector (2110 only

Antenna tuner

2.5 s typical first tune (fully automatic), 50 ms for memory recall
Last tune stored for 100 frequencies



Lightweight & rugged design

Advanced ALE: FED-STD-1045 / MIL-STD-141B / 3G ALE (STANAG 4538)

Long battery life

Intelligent battery system

Interoperability with advanced calling facilities

Smart, fast & fully automatic antenna tuner

Clear communications with DSP noise reduction — Easitalk™

Innovative & user-friendly interface

Integrated GPS receiver

3 year warranty




Voice Encryptor

GPS Interface

High Stability Receiver

MIL-STD-188-141B ALE

Morse Key

Narrow Band Filter (500 Hz)

Wide Band Filter (2700 Hz)







Handset H-250/U

NGT System Programmer CD

Cables and adaptors



Built to last

Codan’s 2110 series are the most rugged radios we’ve ever built and comply with the toughest environmental standards including MIL-STD-810F. The radio and battery compartment are completely waterproofed and can be fully immersed.

Worldwide standards

Codan’s 2110 series manpacks comply with a large number of international standards. These include CE and FCC radio type approvals, MIL-STD-810F environmental standards, FED-STD-1045 ALE, and MIL-STD-188-141B ALE.

Long battery life

Codan’s 2110 series manpacks deliver the lowest current consumption available. So you can operate continuously on a single charge for several days, up to 65 hours, without the need to lug around extra batteries.

Intelligent battery management

Our intelligent Battery Management System monitors and displays the battery capacity and condition, and also protects the battery from being overcharged.

Communications made easy

The 2110 series transceiver share a common friendly user-interface with our innovative NGT series, so you can minimise training time and expenses. They operate seamlessly with our NGT series, plus other commercial and military grade radios.

Secure your investment

With Codan’s Voice Encryptor option, the 2110 series manpacks use SAFE voice encryption to ensure sensitive information is communicated in confidence. You can extend the 2110 manpack’s capabilities via future software upgrades ensuring you’ll get the most from your investment.




The Codan 2110 Manpack series transceivers are a reliable, rugged and secure solution for your portable long-distance HF voice and data communications.

Codan manpacks are extremely light and deliver the lowest power consumption of any available manpack transceiver, meaning you can operate continuously on a single charge for up to 65 hours. Comfortable to carry and packed with easy-to-use features, Codan manpacks are ideal for all types of terrain and weather conditions, complying with the toughest environmental standards including MIL-STD-810F.

The manpack transceiver and battery compartment are made from lightweight alloys and high-impact plastics, both capable of withstanding immersion to a depth of 1 m. With Codan’s encryptor options, the 2110 Series Manpacks incorporate AES-256 or CES-128 encryption to ensure sensitive information can be communicated with confidence. Models in the 2110 series have an option for internal Frequency Hopping to prevent third party interference and monitoring of classified communications.


The 2110 Vehicular HF solution provides up to 50 hours of use via the 13Ah rechargeable lightweight battery. The 3m collapsible whip antenna, coupled with the internal 2110 Antenna Tuner provides continuous coverage from 1.6 to 30 MHz. Maximum RF power output for this solution is 25 W. Additional transceiver options and accessories can be selected to expand the capabilities of the solution.



The 2110 Vehicular HF solution has power provided by the 12 V DC vehicle battery and can run from a 24 V DC supply with the addition of an optional 24/12 V voltage converter. The antenna system comprises the 3046 automatic tuner coupled with a 3m composite whip antenna mounted to a NATO hole pattern compatible antenna base, providing continuous coverage from 2 to 30 MHz. Maximum RF power output for this solution is 25 W. The 2110 Transceiver unit can be quickly and easily removed from the vehicle mounting cradle for “jerk and run” operational scenarios. Optional shock mounts are available for both the transceiver vehicle mounting cradle and 3046 HF Antenna Tuner. These provide added protection when equipment is installed in environments that may sustain extreme levels of shock/vibration.



Radio equipment that is compatible with P25 standards will allow users from different agencies or areas to communicate directly with each other. This will allow agencies on the federal state/provincial or local level (or any other agency) to communicate more effectively with each other when required (emergencies, law enforcement, etc.)

Multiple Vendors

The P25 open standard will allow competing products from multiple vendors to be interoperable. This will allow customers of the P25 product to benefit from multiple manufacturing sources (decreased costs, open bidding, non-proprietary systems).

Backwards Compatibility

A basic requirement for Phase 1 P25 digital radio equipment is backward compatibility with standard analog FM radios. This supports an orderly migration into mixed analog and digital systems, enabling users to gradually trade out radios and infrastructure equipment. By selecting products and systems that comply with P25 standards, agencies are assured that their investment in the latest technology has a clear migration path for the future.

Encryption Capability

The P25 standard includes a requirement for protecting digital communications (voice and data) with encryption capability. The encryption used in P25 is optional, allowing the user to select either clear (un-encrypted) or secure (encrypted) digital communication methods. The encryption keys also have the option of being re-keyed by digital data over a radio network. This is referred to as Over the Air Re-keying (OTAR). This capability allows the radio systems manager to remotely change encryption keys.

Improved Audio Quality

With 2800 bits per second of the total 9600 bits per second channel capacity allocated to error correction, P25 digital signals have improved voice quality over standard analog signals, especially at low or noisy RF carrier levels. The IMBE™ voice coder converts voice information into digital data and then the data is protected using error correction codes. The error correction is able to correct for small errors in the received signal. Since the audio is digitally encoded, the background noise typically present in analog systems is also removed.


High Frequency (HF) radio is used for first-line and backup communications over long distances, mainly in remote regions of the developed world and in developing countries.

Government and private organisations are continually searching for the most flexible, reliable and cost effective solutions for their remote, emergency and security communications needs. 

In today’s world of instant voice, email, messaging, fax and GPS navigation, what has High Frequency (HF) radio to offer? Surprisingly perhaps, HF radio provides all of these options and has several important advantages over other communications media.

HF radio will never replace fixed and mobile telephony as the first communications option for the general public, but for organisations involved in emergency, remote and military communications it is a vital and irreplaceable wireless communications tool. 


Whilst VHF and UHF radio is also commonly used for short-range line-of sight (LOS) communications, only HF is capable of communicating over distances of 3000 km or more. 


Unlike conventional, Voice over IP (VoIP), cellular and satellite telephony, which all rely upon land-based infrastructure, an HF radio network requires minimal infrastructure. As such it is often the only reliable means of communication when disaster strikes. 


HF radio is simple and quick to deploy and provides communications capability for users no matter where they are. Fixed base stations can be used to communicate with other bases or to provide command and control for mobile (vehicle-mounted) and portable (manpack) users in the field.


HF radio can be used to communicate with existing VHF and UHF radio systems, cellular telephones and land-based telephones through developments in cross-patching technology that make this as easy as dialling a telephone number. 


Compared with satellite telephony, the most common alternative technology for communications of last resort, HF radio is the economical choice. Once the initial investment in equipment is made, there are no call costs or ongoing monthly line or equipment rentals. Also, HF radio equipment is built tough to withstand the extreme conditions, which proves to be very cost-effective. 


The nature of emergency planning requires that simultaneous communications be made to and amongst a number of operators in a command and control style network. This facilitates situational awareness amongst the users and external organisations that can also be included in the network. HF radio provides this capability in all base station, mobile (vehicle-mounted) and portable manpack configurations of the radio network.


Where communications are sensitive, HF radio offers technologies to ensure the security of voice and data transmissions. The military uses HF radio as its primary communications medium and from the military have come a number of enhancements in voice encryption and frequency hopping which guarantee secure communications. For non-military use, different levels of encryption are available to suit the individual organisation’s security requirements.


The main difference between HF and LMR is the frequency range:

The HF frequency band is 3 – 30 MHz. HF radios are long range radios capable of communicating beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) without pre-installed infrastructure.

LMR encapsulates the VHF (30 – 300 MHz), UHF (300 – 3000 MHz) and 700 MHz, 800 MHz and 900 MHz frequency ranges. LMR equipment such as handheld or vehicle radios are generally limited to line-of-sight, up to around 50 kms (30 miles). LMR systems often use a network of repeaters to produce greater range.


We form strong and close bonds with our customers to become their trusted communications provider which enables us to build the next generation of products based on their real needs.


Our reputation for reliability has been built over 50 years of delivering systems in the toughest environments on the planet. Backed by an ISO 9001 certification you can be assured that wherever you see it, the Codan brand is a promise of the very highest quality.


With our legendary ruggedness and power efficient products, plus global distribution and support centres around the world, all backed by Codan’s specialist field team of deployable engineers – we when we say, “Anytime, Anywhere” you know we really mean it.


We always aim to deliver the lowest total cost of ownership communications solutions through ease of use – with no need for specialist training (including multiple language variants), and having the lowest possible maintenance costs with unmatched lifespans all covered by our comprehensive 3 year warranties. It all adds up to a smart buy now, that becomes smarter over time.


Our open standards, software defined radios and modular system builds all add up to the greatest flexibility – letting you get what you need now, while we’re working on what you need next.

 At Codan, we believe in giving every customer unbeatable value and products that will stand the test of time. We use our expertise and support network to ensure you can count on Codan to communicate,