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Transportable Vehicle Station

The Transportable Vehicle Station (TVS) is a rapid deployable self-contained audio communications solution that incorporates S-TAG, up to two radios, a Smartphone and a removable battery as well as all the audio accessories required to be a fully functioning system.

The VTS rapid deployment solution allows the unit to be hand carried with the ability to be “hot swapped” to a pre-installed vehicle seamlessly. For such installations the wired remote-control unit allows all the functions available on the S-TAG front panel to be made available at the front of the vehicle, with associated radio equipment located at the rear of the vehicle.

At the heart of the TVS is the S-TAG. The Sonic Tactical Audio Gateway (S-TAG) has been designed to allow the connection and gateway function between a wide range of communications devices, mobile, portable and fixed and to be agnostic to the frequency, modulation or encryption methods employed by such equipment's.

S-TAG allows the connection of disparate communications systems to provide interoperability between organisations in any scenario where combined operations are necessary, but different communications systems are being used and is compatible with all commercial PMR, TETRA, DMR, P25, Satellite (PTT) devices and Military radios.

S-TAG can interface between 3 communications devices, 2x HF, VHF, UHF radios or BLoS satellite PTT terminals, in any combination and any PTT over Cellular (PoC)/VoLTE solution running on a standard Smartphone, such as Wave, Zello or any other suitable application that allows a remote audio accessory connection via its 3.5mm earpiece socket.

Connection to Smartphones can also be offered via USB (for compatible devices) or by Bluetooth, if a wireless connection to the Smartphone is required. S-TAG provides a USB charge output for the Smartphone to ensure its battery remains charged and power for S-TAG can be provided either from the connected devices or a separate DC supply.

No additional license or costs are required to allow the use of all 3 ports.

Various additional packaged solutions are also available, including the integration of S-TAG into mobile radio transportable stations, backpacks and fixed stations.

Additionally, the S-TAG can be installed into overt or covert vehicles. This can provide a mobile gateway link to a team operating on their closed radio Net, to another team, or to a remote Ops room over a VoLTE or Satellite system such as Iridium PTT and allow them to monitor only or participate as required.

For such installations, S-TAG also provides a wired remote-control unit, allowing all the functions available on the gateway front panel to be made available at the front of the vehicle, with the S-TAG and associated radio equipment, located at the rear of the vehicle.

Features & Specifications

Quick Rlease Battery Clip

With a flip cap the battery housing can be easily removed allowing access to the Tracer battery found within. For “hot swopping” a replacement battery .Each battery housing incorporates gold contacts for seamless
connectivity.


Easy “hot swap” Battery

The battery can be recharged using the cable provided when part of the
transportable unit. Additionally, the unit can be removed using the pulling cord. Removal of the internal battery is easy. Simply replace the battery with another and go.


Battery State Test Button

The 24A/h Tracer battery has a battery test feature allowing you to plan your operational requirements. The battery can provide up to 3hours of operation depending on usage.


Removable Face Plate

Using the thumb screws, the front plate can be easily removed allowing
access to the rear port of the S-TAG.


Optional Rapid Deployment “Spider” Vehicle Installation Kit

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