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The Leopard
is a compact, rugged and lightweight wideband military radio which offers uncompromised communication for tactical missions in the HF, VHF and UHF bands. Built-in tuner, modem and GPS receiver are integrated into the radio allowing flexible operation. Advanced features such as Automatic Link Establishment (ALE), Frequency Hopping and One-Time-Pad (OTP) encryption enables secure and reliable communication. The radio is configurable for portable, mobile and base station applications and is available in 30 W (portable) or 125 W with external amplifier.

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Modes: USB,LSB,AM,FM,FSK,MSK (standard) BPSK,QPSK,PSK,QAM,DSSS (optional)
Wideband digital manpack: 1.6 - 170 MHz / 1.6 - 512 MHz (All modes)
Integrated modem, GPS receiver, tuner, speaker and microphone
Compact, lightweight and rugged design
ALE, frequency hopping, encryption
Extra long battery life
3 m water immersion
3 year warranty

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Ergonomic and Rugged Design
At only 3.2 kg, the radio is one of the lightest wideband radios in its class. The radio is enclosed in a T6-Aluminium casing which is epoxy powder-coated. It complies to MIL-STD-810G specifications, and the interface and controls are user-friendly and intuitive.
Robust and Reliable Communication (Combat Net)
The Leopard radio is based on a true digital software defined platform, covering a spectrum from 1.6 MHz to 512 MHz, outperforming conventional systems. The receiver distinguishes automatically between voice and data communication. Numerous waveforms that conform to NATO and U.S. military standards are supported by the standard internal and optional tactical data modem allowing interoperability with other systems. The optional data modem caters for automatic link establishment (ALE) as well as automatic repeat requests (ARQ) allowing error-free transmission for Tactical Combat Network Applications.
Data Transfer Rate
Encrypted data transfer of up to 2400 bps is attained by the internal modem. The optional data modem enriches the data capability of the radio. Both modems enable secure military tactical messaging, chat and situational awareness over the radio link. Depending on the waveform selected, data rates of up to 96000 bps can be obtained. Future data rates will extend to 384000 bps. Email is also supported with the STANAG 5056 standard incorporating an external PC application.

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Extended Battery Life

The advanced power and battery management system incorporated into the radio offers a low stand-by power consumption of 2.2 W. Superior low voltage components, latest power control techniques and battery composition can provide an operation time of up to 70 hours. Two Li-Ion battery types are available: 13 Ah and 26 Ah @ nominal 12 V.
High performance HF, VHF and UHF filters ensure harmonic suppression and adjacent channel rejection, offering superior selectivity. The transceiver utilises state of the art components to ensure communications in both rural and urban environments.
Antenna Tuning
The radio comes standard with a built-in antenna tuner that automatically matches the antenna to the operating frequency. Initial tuning takes seconds and only a fraction of a second when tuned from a stored profile. The tuner is capable of matching the antenna in the HF band and extending into the VHF Band up to 60 MHz.
The option of end-to-end encryption is integrated and enables high grade security of data and voice transmissions. Optional Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) are available to users. This enables advanced features like frequency hopping (up to 600 hops per second) and one-time-pad encryption.
Integrated GPS Receiver
The integrated GPS receiver and antenna provides time, position and heading information which can be viewed in the field. The radio provides full Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) for situational awareness. The GPS transmission can be encrypted for location protection.

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