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STRATUS NETWORK
STRATUS NETWORK (5494546)
  •  Deployable P25 Repeater with optional 4G LTE interface (with fallback to 3G)
  •  Secure mobile voice network
  •  IP linking over LTE to P25 DFSI consoles and other Stratus repeaters
  •  No hardwired Ethernet connection required
  •  VHF/UHF coverage in buildings and any outdoor location
  •  Quickly add and remove repeaters on the network
  •  Rugged, transportable case
  •  Rapidly deployable
  •  IP 65 Rated
  •  MIL-STD-810G pending

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CODAN Stratus™ is the fi rst deployable P25/LTE hybrid solution that leverages the strengths of both technologies to provide secure mobile voice networks. The Stratus P25 repeaters support transparent end-to-end encryption across an entire communications network.

P25 COMMUNICATIONS OVER LTE
Housed in a rugged Pelican case, Stratus integrates a VHF, UHF, 700 MHz, or 800 MHz repeater, Universal Interface Card (UIC) and LTE modem, linking instantaneously into established communications networks without requiring a hard wired Ethernet connection.

IN-BUILDING COVERAGE WITH EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS LINK
The P25 repeater provides reliable communications coverage within a building while the LTE modem provides a reliable and secure bridge to an existing P25 communications network. This ensures the repeater is not isolated from the P25 network.

RAPID VOICE NETWORK DEPLOYMENT
Stratus enables a new, secure voice network to be deployed in an instant. A lightweight and transportable design, multiple Stratus repeaters can be deployed at a site by simply locating the repeaters in the required coverage area and powering on. The Stratus repeaters will automatically link with each other over LTE and to the P25 console via the Stratus Server on a private or public network anywhere in the world.

STRATUS FAMILY PRODUCTS STRATUS FIXED/TACTICAL SERVER
Based on Codan Digital Link Controller technology, the Stratus Fixed Server is situated at a fi xed location anywhere in the world with an Ethernet connection. The Stratus Tactical Server is housed in a rugged, transportable case for quick deployment. Always available and accessible, a Stratus Server will route calls between multiple Stratus Repeaters. The Server receives the digital audio and control signals from the VHF/UHF repeaters via the Ethernet and LTE link and routes the P25 communications within the network, with all encrypted calls routed transparently.

STRATUS CONSOLE
The Stratus Console is for remote confi guration and monitoring of the Stratus Repeater functions. The open standard P25 interface of the Stratus Network ensures all third party DFSI consoles are interoperable with the network.

STRATUS MOBILE APP
The Stratus Mobile app enables interfacing to a LMR P25 network from any smartphone. Each smartphone running a security code authorized instance of the Stratus Mobile app can be confi gured to act as a P25 subscriber unit.

STRATUS RAPID ANTENNA
The Stratus Rapid Antenna is a compact, lightweight and robust rapidly deployable antenna solution. The antenna is hung enclosed within a hollow mast made of composite material that transports as a fl at coil then rapidly expands into a rigid mast with a total step time of approximately two minutes.

STRATUS POWER CENTER
The Stratus Power Center is a 35 A hour battery housed in a compact and rugged transportable case for power support of the Stratus Repeater. The power center provides a 12 V DC power source to the Stratus repeater. The battery in the power center is charged and maintained by a 15 V DC input from an AC/DC 15 V DC power supply or Solar panel.

QUICK NETWORK EXPANSION
A Stratus repeater can be quickly added to an established network without any setup required by the user. A Stratus will automatically connect into the network over the LTE connection and establish a link with the dispatch console for immediate tracking and control and instant communications for the user.

 

STRATUS REPEATER SPEC

Repeater bands

136-174, 380-520, 768-869, 896-960 MHz

Encryption

DES-OFB / AES-256 (FIPS certified)

Modes of operation

Analog, P25, Mixed Mode, LTE, 3G

Size & weight

19.2ʺ L x 15.2ʺ W x 7.3ʺ D
(48.8 cm L x 38.6 cm W x 18.5 cm D)
32 lbs (14.5 kg)

Operating temperature

–40°C to +60°C (100% Duty Cycle-lid open)
–40°C to +40°C (100% Duty Cycle-lid closed)
+40°C to +50°C (50% Duty Cycle-lid closed)

Over temperature alarm protection

Turn Off Radio at +67°C, Turn On Radio at +64°C

RF power outputs

Low Power Switching (VHF / UHF only):
12 to 30 W adjustable (15 W standard)
25 W (700 MHz / 800 MHz)

DC power inputs

10 to 16 V DC

AC power inputs

110/220 VAC (auto-switching) external power supply

Current draw

750 mA ±10% (VHF/UHF)
7.0 A ±10% (VHF/UHF)

Voltage protection circuit

Shut-off at 9.0 V DC, turn on at 11.0 V DC

Internal duplexer frequency separation

136–174 MHz VHF: 4.5 MHz separation
400 MHz UHF: 5.0 MHz separation
700 MHz UHF: 30 MHz separation
800 MHz UHF: 45 MHz separation

LTE modem options

700 MHz Band 13 LTE with fallback to 800/1900 MHz EV-DO
700 MHz Band 17 LTE & AWS Band 4 LTE with fallback to 850/1900 MHz HSPA+

Carrier approvals

Approved for deployment by Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Rogers, Bell, Telus, Telstra

Additional ethernet ports

2 RJ45 Ethernet ports

VPN/security

IKE Encryption – AES-256 capable
IPsec, SSL, and GRE VPN Client
Up to 5 VPN Tunnels
Trusted IP
MAC Address Filtering

Environmental

MIL-STD-810
IP65

STRATUS RAPID ANTENNA DATASHEET

Frequency range

VHF (138–174 MHz)
UHF (406–470 MHz)
UHF (700/800 MHz)

Height

3 m (expanded with cage)

Expanded tube size

2″ diameter

Weight

25 lbs (estimated)
11.3 kg (estimated)

Material

Thermoplastic composite

Colour

Black

Environmental

MIL-STD-810G

STRATUS POWER CENTER SPECS

Size

21.7ʺ L x 14.1ʺ W x 8.9ʺ D
(55.1 cm L x 35.8 cm W x 22.6 cm D)

Weight (fully equipped)

48 lbs (21.8 kg) (fully loaded)

Operating temperature

–30°C to +60°C

Power center output

20 A @ 12 V DC

Power center charging inputs

External 110/220 V AC
External 8 to 16 V DC power (nominal 12V DC)

Battery life

Stratus Repeater: 20 hours @ 10% duty cycle

Standard accessories

Cables for direct connection to the Codan transportable radio repeaters

Optional external power adaptor

Input 110/340 V AC, 3.5 A, output 15 V DC, 19 A max

Optional solar panel

6ʹ x 4ʹ solar panel that folds up to 8ʺ x 10ʺ for storage in top lid folder.
Rated for 60 W with a 3.6 A output. Includes Tent pegs to secure the solar panel to the ground.

STRATUS FIXED/TACTICAL SERVER SPECS

Encryption

DES-OFB / AES-256 (FIPS certified) via VPN

Modes of operation

LTE, 3G

Tactical Server size & weight

14.2ʺ L x 11.4ʺ W x 6.5ʺ D
(36.1 cm L x 28.9 cm W x 16.5 cm D)
15 lbs (6.8 kg)

Fixed Server size

Industrial PC in a 1U package

DC Power inputs

10 to 16 V DC

AC Power inputs

110/220 VAC (auto-switching) external power supply and/or 12 VDC

Current draw

1.5 A ±10%

LTE Modem options

700 MHz Band 13 LTE with fallback to 800/1900 MHz EV-DO
700 MHz Band 17 LTE & AWS Band 4 LTE with fallback to 850/1900 MHz HSPA+

Carrier approvals

Approved for deployment by Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Rogers, Bell, Telus, Telstra

Additional ethernet ports

2 RJ45 Ethernet ports
IKE Encryption — AES-256 capable

 

WHY HF RADIO?

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. 

LONG RANGE COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITY

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. 

MINIMAL INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS

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. 

FULL MOBILITY

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.

INTEROPERABILITY

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. 

LOW COST OF OWNERSHIP

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. 

COMMAND AND CONTROL

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.

SECURITY OF COMMUNICATIONS

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.

When disasters strike, it usually happens at the worst time, in the worst location and somewhere that no longer has communications. Yet First Responders race to the epicentre to help. Codan has a communication solution for these emergencies: Transportable Repeaters. Codan’s range of transportable repeaters provide a portable communications solution that is self-contained and can be deployed in minutes.

Our transportable repeaters consist of a standard LMR radio repeater specially packaged in a briefcase for portability with all the accessories required to instantly create a local repeater site. Capable of interfacing to First Responders’ handsets and mobiles, it creates a relay between First Responders and also links back to existing infrastructure.

Transportable repeaters are available for VHF, UHF and 700/800 MHz operation in either analog or digital P25 modes and can support cross banding between bands to enable different agencies to communicate together. Optional HF or Satellite interfaces enable communications to remote locations should existing infrastructure be damaged or unavailable.

STAND ALONE BASE STATION AND/OR REPEATER

Stratus is fully operational as a standalone base station and/or repeater for standard communications requirements. The VHF/UHF/700 – 800 MHz P25 repeater housed within the Pelican case is fully functional as an Analog or P25 Digital base station and/or repeater without the cellular and UIC connections being utilised. The Stratus has the full operational capacity of competitor transportable repeaters on the market.

 

CONNECT STRATUS TO A P25 DFSI CONSOLE

The Stratus repeater can be quickly connected to a P25 DFSI console without any setup required by the user. A Stratus will automatically connect into a Local Area Network over the 3G / 4G LTE connection and establish a link with the P25 DFSI dispatch console. The Sierra Wireless cellular modem within the Stratus connects to the network using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) over a cellular 3G or 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, through the Internet, back to the Local Area Network (LAN), where a P25 DFSI compliant console resides. The console ties into all radio communications on-scene at the Stratus repeater location, allowing a dispatcher to listen and talk to the tactical team at the remote site, virtually anywhere in the world. RIC-M

 

STRATUS NETWORK WITH MULTIPLE REPEATERS AND CONSOLES

A Stratus Network that includes a Stratus Fixed or Tactical Server allows for the routing of P25 digital audio, data, analog communications and control signals between multiple Stratus repeaters and DFSI consoles within the network. Through leveraging existing 3G/4G LTE cellular networks and Ethernet connections, a Stratus Network extends the coverage area for communications to virtually anywhere in the world.

 

UPGRADE FIXED RADIO SYSTEMS TO STRATUS

Existing Codan MT-4E fixed site installations can be reconfigured and fully integrated into an existing Stratus Network. With the addition of a few control modules, an MT-4E fixed site will no longer require expensive leased lines or satellite connections, through the Stratus 3G/4G LTE connection; the fixed site can communicate directly into any established P25 network. With the addition of a Stratus Console Gateway, fixed endpoint devices, such as VoIP telephony devices, legacy tone remote consoles and other radio systems can communicate on the Stratus Network.