Datron launches MT3100 mount for the HH3100 radio at Sofex 2018

Datron World Communications, Inc., a leader in tactical military communications products, announced the introduction of its new MT3100 Mobile Mount for the recently introduced Spectre M HH3100 ruggedized tactical multi-band handheld radio. The addition of the HH3100 Series to the Spectre family of tactical radio products provides secure and flexible network communication in the 30-512 MHz bands; the new MT3100 mount/dock extends this new capability to mobile and dismounted applications for soldiers across the theater of operations.

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The MT3100 mount/dock (left) and the HH3100 handheld radio ( right) on Datron's booth at Sofex 2018 (Picture source Army Recognition)

The MT3100 is a rugged MIL-STD-810G mount/dock offering unique features for various mobile, base, and re-trans configurations. The patented detection feature offers true "Jerk and Run" for immediate mobile-to-handheld operations, eliminating the need to connect and disconnect any cables. Adding a spare battery charger ensures a fully charged backup battery is available at all times. With a wide operating voltage, audio and data I/O's, and optional RF power amplifiers, the MT3100 and HH3100 radio offers scalable solutions to a variety of battlefield requirements.

The HH3100 features embedded ECCM, COMSEC (AES-256), and GPS capabilities and meets MIL-STD-810G for reliable operation in harsh environments. Accurate position and time-of-day capability is afforded by the embedded GPS receiver, while frequency hopping and digital encryption waveforms offer a high level of jamming resistance and security. Extended frequency range and AM ground-to-air enables the user to effectively communicate with different support groups for efficient battleground coordination. The HH3100 handheld radio is backward compatible with any Datron VHF radio in encrypted modes, allowing current users to add new capabilities without upgrading their current inventory.



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