March 27, 2014
Motorola Solutions’ Combat Radio is Ready for Deployment in Sensitive Operations
Warfighters depend on hearing every command, both in the field and on base. Motorola Solutions developed the SRX 2200 Combat Radio, its newly designed Integrated Intra-Squad Radio (IISR), with full tactical and data capabilities for wherever warfighters operate – in new geography, challenging topography or areas without networks – delivering secure encrypted voice communications between a leader and the squad.
The SRX 2200 is an affordable alternative to the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) family of radios. The U.S. Marine Corps deployed more than 53,000 first generation Combat Radios in Iraq and Afghanistan. With Project 25 (P25) compatibility, warfighters can rely on the same SRX 2200 radio when they return to base, saving the additional training, maintenance or logistical costs that are incurred when supporting multiple radios.
- The SRX 2200 is compliant with Department of Defense standards for APCO waveforms and encryption and meets Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 Level 3 security, allowing for deployment in the most sensitive operations.
- The SRX 2200 delivers a full suite of communications-ready features and applications, such as secure encrypted voice and text messaging, over-the-air-programming (OTAP), and individual location information (ILI).
- Includes battle-ready features, including embedded Individual Location Information (ILI), Clear Tone Alert, 0.25-watt transmission for low detection (UHFR1 only), over-the-air-rekeying (OTAR), radio-to-radio text messaging, tactical radio inhibit to remotely disable radios and compatibility with night-vision goggles.