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Model: AN600

Codan Multiple Receiver Voting System
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Codan Multiple Receiver Voting System

Codan Multiple Receiver Voting improves talk-back from mobiles in the field and is suited for operation in receiver voting systems. It votes based on signal quality (S/N, RSSI or BER), and supports both Analog and Digital P25 voting.

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Features
  • Provides improved coverage
  • Supports multiple backhaul technologies

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Codan AN600 Multiple Receiver Voting Datasheet




The Codan Multiple Receiver Voting System features output that includes a COR line and several audio access points, typically used for receiver selection and transmitter steering.

Codan Multiple Receiver Voting System

Frequency Bands/RF Power Output
  • 132 - 174 MHz/8, 30, 100 Watts
  • 406 - 470 MHz/2, 8, 30, 100 Watts
  • 806 - 869 MHz/3 Watts
  • 896 - 960 MHz/3 Watts

Specs
  • AC-CAT-E1 - Status Tone Encoder
  • AMP-2/xxx-30-00 - 30 Watt Power Amplifier
  • AC-CTCSS-DE1 - CTCSS decoder/encoder modules
  • AC-DCS1 - Digitally Coded Squelch
  • PSA-12A09-P0-00 - AC Power Supply
  • PSD-15/08-P0-xx - DC to DC Power Supply
Codan Multiple Receiver Voting improves talk-back from mobiles in the field and is suited for operation in receiver voting systems. It votes based on signal quality (S/N, RSSI or BER), and supports both Analog and Digital P25 voting. Contact us today for a free consultation! Features Provides improved coverage Supports multiple backhaul technologies Related Material Codan AN600 Multiple Receiver Voting Datasheet...
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Codan AN600 Multiple Receiver Voting Datasheet

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

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