GME TDR1000 portable repeater
The GME portable repeater is a tactical deployment communications network primarily aimed at emergency services, temporary commercial networks and mining operations.
Apart from the transmitter and receiver components, the TDR1000 will accommodate a third radio for cross band and, soon to be released, cross protocol applications. The design focuses on battery management, the ability to be air-transported and a carbon-fibre, self-supporting 6 m telescopic mast.
The complete repeater and telescopic field antenna can be easily carried by one person assisted by a convenient heavy-duty backpack for the collapsed antenna system. It is available in the VHF 136-174 MHz, UHF-L 403-480 MHz and UHF-H 450-520 MHz bands, with a choice of high-specification diplexers to suit the operational frequency.
The repeater is built into a NANUK IP67 case with an impact-mounted subframe to house the radio sections and cushion against shock and vibration. A balanced pair of LiFeP04 9 Ah batteries allows long duty cycles of up to 17 h depending on TX settings. The product will also allow multiple CTCSS access based on the GME TX3800T platform.
An optional MC525BC control head provides local control of the unit for system field set-up and link testing.
Phone: 02 8867 6000
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