R&S®MR6000L Transceiver

Key Facts

  • Choice of frequency hopping methods: HAVE QUICK I/II, SATURN or HAVE QUICK I/II and R&S®SECOS in a single device
  • Embedded R&S®SECOS encryption

Brief Description

The R&S®MR6000L radio, which comes in an ARC-164 housing, is installed in the cockpit and is controlled via a local control panel. Despite weighing less than 4 kg, the R&S®MR6000L offers outstanding reception and transmission performance.

Features

  • Additional guard receiver for the 40.5 MHz, 121.5 MHz and 243.0 MHz distress frequencies
  • Direction finding and homing support for locating transmitters in the VHF and UHF ranges

Key Facts

  • Choice of frequency hopping methods: HAVE QUICK I/II, SATURN or HAVE QUICK I/II and R&S®SECOS in a single device
  • Embedded R&S®SECOS encryption
  • Tactical VHF frequency range for communications with ground troops (i.e. expanded frequency range from 30 MHz to 399.975 MHz)
  • High transmit power of 10 W (AM) and 15 W (FM)
  • Remote control via RS-485 interface and applicable Rohde & Schwarz protocol (used by the R&S®GB6500 for example), MIL-STD-1553B data bus or a combination of both

Brief Description

The R&S®MR6000L radio, which comes in an ARC-164 housing, is installed in the cockpit and is controlled via a local control panel. Despite weighing less than 4 kg, the R&S®MR6000L offers outstanding reception and transmission performance.

The R&S®MR6000L display comes with a choice of white, red or NVG-compatible illumination.

Features & Benefits

The R&S®MR6000L series has the following features:

  • Additional guard receiver for the 40.5 MHz, 121.5 MHz and 243.0 MHz distress frequencies
  • Direction finding and homing support for locating transmitters in the VHF and UHF ranges
  • Option of loading encrypted R&S®SECOS encryption keys (black key loading)
  • Immunity to VHF broadcast transmitter interference
  • Legacy ARC-164 radios can be replaced with the optional ARC-164 serial or parallel interface without additional integration effort
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