The new HiveNet and Vizor products exemplify Codan’s commitment to continuous investment in leading edge technology.
Victoria, B.C. Canada (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
The Codan HiveNet is a rapid repeater network solution suitable for the most demanding, secure mobile and fixed operations. A HiveNet mobile repeater network can link a number of HiveNet repeaters together to provide reliable, fully encrypted P25 communication that is easy to operate and deploy, but can also move and adapt to a changing operational environment. With a rugged design, total P25 compliance and low power draw, HiveNet is ideal for undercover operations, vehicle convoys or virtually any other wide area public safety emergency.
“The Codan HiveNet repeater utilizes our leading edge LMR technology. A network of HiveNet repeaters provides the widest area coverage available for on-demand radio, and is the first self-healing network where repeaters can be added and removed on the fly without any configuration, making it the ideal solution for communications on the move,” said Paul McCarter, Codan’s Executive General Manager of the Radio Communications Division.
The other new product offering, Vizor, is a transportable repeater that has a number of unique features that makes it an industry frontrunner. Features include complete AES-256 encryption over repeater links, transparent communications, quick swap duplexers for channel agility and a flexible control interface, all contained in a light and rugged Pelican case.
“The Vizor fills a market gap left by the Motorola PDR3500. Not only does Vizor surpass the PDR3500 in capability, it is smaller, lighter and has the flexibility to operate as a base station and a repeater. The Vizor is unparalleled in the market and is the best option for a transportable repeater solution,” said Mr McCarter.
“The new HiveNet and Vizor products exemplify Codan’s commitment to continuous investment in leading edge technology, pushing the boundaries on what can be done with existing technology and what the art of the possible is for tomorrow.”