Integrated, Intra-Squad Radio System

The Integrated, Intra-Squad Radio (IISR) is a secure handheld 2-way radio, originally produced by Motorola for the US Marine Corps.  Its intended purpose is squad level communications during urban warfare.  The IISR is similar in form and function to a Motorola XTS 2500i with embedded encryption module, which was essential to provide secure voice communications, especially in war zones.

Features:
2.4 GHz Spread Spectrum
Low probability of Interception
Low probability of Detection
Up to 500m Range
Rugged headset proven in field service
Compatibility with all military clothing and protective hedgear
Simple user interface
256 Channel capability (16 directly available to the user)
Hands-free wireless PTT
Easily mounted on the user- small and unobtrusive
Operates in a wide range of military scenarios
Operates independently of any infrastructures
Operates from 2 standard AA size batteries

Integrated, Intra-Squad Radio (IISR)

Specifications:
Frequency Coverage: 2,400 – 2483 MHz, 256 Channels available
Modulation: QPSK (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum)
Voice Coding: CVSD
Data Protocol: Modified IEEE 802.11
RF Power Output: 100 mW
Range: 500 meters (Rural Terrain) transmission through up to three floors (Urban Terrain)
Power Requirements: 2 AA primary cells provide typically 24 hour use (1:7:16 Tx/Rx/S’BY Ratio)
Weighs: 1.5 kg
Microphone: Electret Noise Canceling
Respirator: NBC Compatible
Ear Piece: Custom Molded design
Compatibility: VHF Combat Radio, UHF Combat Radio, HF Combat Radio
Hands-Free Operation: 435 MHz wireless operation
128 Bit Unique Coding
Simple Code Learn Mode

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~ by Kalam Harkair on January 18, 2010.

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