The SATRAD-MIS (Mobile Integration System) provides a cross band interface to bridge SATRAD G2 Mobile Systems with UHF/VHF radios.
The MIS also provides enhanced voice buffering to enable standard push to talk operations without waiting for go-ahead tones.
The MIS is ideal for enabling interoperability between satellite and terrestrial radio networks.
Compatible with all SATRAD MSAT G2 systems.
- Network Innovations
The SATRAD-MIS (Mobile Integration System) provides a cross band interface or bridge, to integrate the MSAT G2 with UHF/VHF radios, while providing voice buffering to enable standard push to talk operations. Users do not require any special training to operate SATRAD systems when using the MIS, since their operations continue as normal over their UHF/VHF land mobile or portable radios. The MIS automatically resolves channel contention, masks channel acquisition and handshake delays and monitors the satellite backhaul to ensure message delivery. No other system provides this degree of reliability, essential for emergency services & public safety operations.
The MIS features a built in power conditioner which removes transient noise, and boosts the externally supplied voltage to enhance system reliability. The MIS is a compact, robust enclosure designed for vehicular installation. The case provides four convenient mounting points. The MIS can be provided with optional support for dual radios to allow connection of two land mobile radios to the MIS. The MIS and MNB have been integrated to the following radios:
- Motorola MCS-2000
- Motorola Astro Spectra
- Motorola APX-7500
- Motorola XTL-5000
- Kenwood TK-81302
- Kenwood TK-8302
- Kenwood TK-8180
- Icom ICF 121
- Daniels Repeater
Network Innovations can provide integration to other radio models. Please contact us for details.
SATRAD Mobile Network Bridge
The SATRAD-MNB (Mobile Network Bridge) provides the same functionality as the MIS plus automatic failover for trunked radio networks, microwave links or fibre optic infrastructure. SATRAD-MNB monitors the radio status in order to determine if the trunked radio is communicating with the trunked network controller.
If the trunked radio network is not available, SATRAD-MNB routes the audio traffic over the satellite backhaul. The Standard version of the MNB is housed in the same type of enclosure as the MIS for easy deployment in a vehicle.
Alternatively, the SATRAD-MTX provides a version of the MNB in a ruggedized, multi-device enclosure that houses the SATRAD MSAT G2 transceiver, FutureCom and Motorola radios (XTL-5000, MCS-2000, Astra-spectra).