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TMCNet:  Codan Delivers Envoy Software-Defined Radio

[December 11, 2012]

Codan Delivers Envoy Software-Defined Radio

Dec 11, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Codan Radio Communications, a division of Codan Limited, announced the first major shipments of Envoy, Codan's software-defined radio.

"The delivery of Envoy represents the culmination of significant research and development by Codan to deliver a smart radio unsurpassed in its class. Envoy provides cutting-edge capability in an easy to operate platform, providing customers outstanding value," said Kevin Kane, president and executive general manager of Codan Radio Communications.

"The Envoy delivers differentiated capabilities such as an icon-based full-color user interface, along with multiple-language variants, making Envoy one of the most friendly and easy to operate high frequency (HF) radios available today. The Envoy's leading edge features, including USB smartloader and IP connectivity, enables remote operation and configuration of the radio almost anywhere in the world," said Kane. The software-defined architecture of Envoy will enable users to add new capability to the radio through software upgrades, providing customers with a future-proof solution.

According to a release, following the acquisition of Daniels Electronics in August and the launch of Envoy, Codan Radio Communications continues to evolve its product offering, now able to deliver integrated HF and land mobile radio (LMR) solutions.

Codan Radio Communications is a designer and manufacturer of communications equipment for High Frequency (HF) and Land Mobile Radio (LMR) applications.

More information: www.codanradio.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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