EOD Systems

Method of Use-General   10/1/2017
Each system has different capabilities and has been designed to be used in slightly different ways. What sets the 700/EDU series of transceivers apart from other systems is the use of a full duplex modulation format for hand free operation with high quality sound utilizing low power narrow-band FM technology. All 700/EDU transceivers have external power and transmitter Kill capability.

The system one is designed to be used with two persons team. A number One, the command technician and the Number two, the assistant technician. It provides hands free communications

between team members either dressed in Bomb or in uniform on the range. There are headsets supplied with the system so that it can be used without the bomb helmet that normally supplies the headset interface.

The system two is similar to the system one except that it is supplied with several additional accessories. A portable receiver, which can be mounted into a vehicle or worn by a Med-technician, is included. An earpiece is supplied as well as a digital recorder and a small speaker/amplifier. The digital recorder allows recording of the conversation between the number one and the number two for later revue. The speaker/amplifier allows a number of interested parties to listen to the mission. The receiver is useful during training operations as it allows the instructor to determine if the training is being conducted properly, etc.

The system three allows three people to be in full duplex communications. This system introduces a base station, which incorporates two receivers and one transmitter. The system allows real time tactical communications with the bomb technicians. The base station can be mounted and powered at the tack vehicle. All communications channels can be recorded at the base station for review.

The System 3.5 is the next level up from a System 3. It has four personal in full-duplex communications. Three are mobile and one is the commander at the base station. The base has three receivers one transmitter. The base station can be mounted and powered by the tack vehicle. All communications channels can be recorded at the base station for review

The system four allows five people to be in full duplex communications. It can be expand to a twelve positions net using line in and line out functions. At the base station, individual receivers can be turned off to eliminate participation by designated team members. The

based unit can be powered by a 12VDC vehicle battery or by A/C power source. The base has an internal back-up rechargeable battery which automatically switches in should the other power sources fail.

During tactical field operations the 700EDU-AV will monitor bio data life-signs of EOD and Hazmat Teams. The 700EDU-AV allows real time monitoring of EOD teams by medical personal at a remote location. 700EDU-AV will integrate with all EOD suits and NEW EMI suits for dependable communications. Custom UHF/VHF frequency and data formats are available upon

request. All systems utilize narrow band Full-Duplex radio technology to facilitate real time communications.

  • Serial Data Rate 110 to 288Kbps
  • Interfaces with Vehicle Personal Communications systems
  • Low profile for use with life sensors, Med-Eng, GARANT, & Allen Vanguard.
  • Bomb suit helmets, gas mask, ballistic and digital data feeds.
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