The AT AR20 automatic rebroadcast station is a device allowing automatic rebroadcasting in fixed frequency operation modes of transceivers complying with the requirements of the STANAG 4204 standard and of transceivers communicating in frequency hopping modes using HW20 modulation, i.e. AT RF23, AT RF20, AT RF2050.
The remote control unit is intended for remote control of AT RF2050 mobile transceivers. It is recommended to be used wherever the transceiver size or location make it difficult for the operators to access its controls and indicator elements.
It also features voice Encryption mode, selective communication, broadcasting of short encoded messages, up to 9 preset channels, automatic preset channels scanning, and controlling of most functions from the handset.
Package consists of AT RF13 transceiver (with built-in digital scrambler) and accessories. The portable Transceiver package is used for phonic communication or data transmission in 30 MHz to 88 MHz frequency range.
The AT AR13.1 automatic rebroadcasting station with 25 Watt power amplifier.Its designed to automatically rebroadcast signals, increasing operating range of AT RF13 and AT RF1301 transceiver radio networks in the entire frequency range and in all operating modes.
The AT AR13.2 automatic rebroadcasting station with 50 Watt power amplifier .Its designed to automatically rebroadcast signals, increasing operating range of AT RF13 and AT RF1301 transceiver radio networks in the entire frequency range and in all operating modes.
RF20 handheld ECCM transceiver is designed for communication on the tactical level in all military branches. Used mainly where there is a need for high quality communication with lightweight equipment.
AT PRC-3088 series transceivers are available in two modifications in analoque and digital.AT PRC-3088 is analog radio and AT PRC-3088D is Digital radio with recording/playing function.
AT PRC-3088 VHF Handheld Transceiver is modern tactical radio designed for military environments. The PRC-3088 is fully compatible with legacy VHF radios such as the AN/PRC-77 or AN/VRC-12.
AT PRC-3088D is the latest genaration VHF handheld radio (Analog/Digital Dual Mode) developed in 2005 for tactical environments