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Model: AN410

Codan Crossband Link Repeater System
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Codan Crossband Link Repeater System

The Codan Crossband Link Repeater System allows you to transmit and receive on different radio bands. It can work on different frequency bands or within the same band.

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Required Equipment
  • Two VHF/UHF Transmitter & Receiver Modules
  • Subrack, system monitor, microphone
  • Audio Control Card, instruction manuals

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Codan AN410 Crossband Link Repeater System Datasheet




The Codan Crossband Link Repeater System can receive from a user, then link to another repeater and transmit to a different user. It is capable of receiving and transmitting on any combination of frequency bands.

Codan Crossband Link Repeater System

Frequency Bands/RF Output
  • 136 – 174 MHz/8, 30, 100 Watts
  • 406 – 470 MHz/2, 8, 30, 100 Watts
  • 769 – 869 MHz/3, 80 Watts
  • 896 – 960 MHz/3, 80 Watts

Optional Equipment
  • 30 Watt Power Amplifier, AC Power Supply, DC to DC Power Supply
  • System Monitor with Single Antenna Relay
  • DTMF decoder module, CTCSS decoder/encoder modules
  • 16 Channel Frequency Select Rotary Switch
The Codan Crossband Link Repeater System allows you to transmit and receive on different radio bands. It can work on different frequency bands or within the same band. Contact us today for a free consultation! Required Equipment Two VHF/UHF Transmitter & Receiver Modules Subrack, system monitor, microphone Audio Control Card, instruction manuals Related Material Codan AN410 Crossband Link Repeater System...
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Codan AN410 Crossband Link Repeater System Datasheet

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 18 October, 2016.

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