COMMUNICATIONS-APPLIED TECHNOLOGY (C-AT)

COMMUNICATIONS-APPLIED TECHNOLOGY (C-AT)

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ICRI - Tactical Radio interoperability and in-building/below grade radio reinforcement devices. Tactical team communications radio systems for CERT, EDU, and other SRT including medical triage and haz-mat. Headsets and throat microphones for LMRs. AMCVIS - vehicle intercom for special ops personnel in vehicles like the Lenco Bear and Bearcat.

  • 11250-14 Roger Bacon Dr.
  • Reston, VA 20190-5202
  • United States
  • Phone: 703-481-0068
  • Toll Free: 800-229-3925
  • Fax: 703-471-4428
  • Website: http://www.c-at.com

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Incident Commanders' Radio Interface w/ Extension Cable/Reel, EC/R

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The ICRI (Incident Commanders' Radio Interface) expands its usefulness beyond providing quick and easy on-site, cross-band/cross-platform interoperability for all radio devices, with the addition of it's Extension Cable/Reel, EC/R. The Extension Cable/Reel moves an ICRI-connected radio into a poor RF coverage area---in a mall, high rise, basement, tunnel---providing improved radio signals for first responders where otherwise they would have marginal or even no communications with command and support personnel outside.

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ICRI- TG

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For agencies that need a coordinated response to large scale disasters that complies with the National Incident Management System (NIMS), C-AT has developed the ICRI-4TG/10P, a 10-port interoperability device that creates up to four (4) independent talk groups, enabling first responders to collaborate on-scene, and reach back to command despite using incompatible radio equipment. The ICRI-4TG, like all "Incident Commanders' Radio InterfaceTM" models, is intuitive and simple to use, functioning without the complexity of computer controllers or keypads. Provides ports to connect up to 10 radios for HF/VHF, UHF, 700-900MHz; satellite, cell and desk telephone; handset/headset and VoIP. The ICRI minimizes power consumption, and permits operation over a wide range of voltages. Can be configured as 2U or 3U 19" rack-mount, or built into a PelicanTM 1550 case. Ports can be located on front and back.

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ICRI-2PED Tactical Repeater

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The ICRI-2P (two port, environmental, deep) is a lightweight, portable repeater that extends communications in buildings, below grade and other non-line-of-sight situations, enhancing emergency responders' command and control. The 2P also provides interoperability, bridging any two incompatible radio, cell, satellite and landline phones. A radio connected to Communications-Applied Technology's 2P via the cable reel/extension is moved into areas of operation beyond the reach of normal RF signals (in increments of 250 feet). First responders talking through the radio cabled to the 2P are retransmitted through the original radio system and a second, incompatible radio.

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Extension Cable/Reel for ICRI

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The Incident Commanders' Radio Interface (ICRI) expands its usefulness with the addition of it's Extension Cable/Reel (EC/R). The EC/R permits an agency's radio in conventional/talk around mode to be moved 250 feet into the area of poor signal -- a mall, high rise, basement, tunnel, etc. When the responders in the area transmit on their handheld radios, they are only transmitting to the radio affixed to the reel. The radio via the cable passes the first responder's communications out to the ICRI where it is retransmitted to command and other support personnel. Linking cables can be done without hand tools so that tunnel entries of 2,000 feet can be accomplished without loss of communications between the entry team and command.

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ICRI, backpackable version

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When radio interoperability is required between Wildfire "Hot Shot" teams and EMS and Urban firefighters; when rapid deployment of a repeater in an urban area or in the mountains is needed, the new notebook-sized ICRI by Communications-Applied Technology is the solution. Operating from either internal, rechargeable batteries or "AA" alkaline, the 2.5 pound, backpack-able version of the ICRI has all the functionality of the multi-talk group ICRI that the USAF Force Protection Battlelab tested extensively and has now released their data as a major report.

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Incident Commanders Radio Interface/EOC

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Communications-Applied Technology has launched the ICRI/EOC version of its "Incident Commanders Radio Interface, which permits the connection of 10 different agency radios in an interoperability network, and divides them into four independent "talk nets" or "talk groups" using clearly definable rotary switches. The ICRI/EOC, for a fixed-site or mobile Emergency Operations Center, provides simple to configure, easy to operate, cross-band, cross-platform radio interoperability across incompatible equipment. The ICRI/EOC supports all commercial trunking and conventional radios, military radios, satellite phones, cell phones and land-line telephones. The four-talk group capability provides an incident commander with expanded control to separate special teams and agencies into task-specific radio nets. The ICRI/EOC can be set up within 5 minuts and is available for console or rack-mounted installation.

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ICRI - 2P

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Communications-Applied Technology offers the ICRI-2P (2P) - a quickly set-up, portable device that can provide entry first-responders voice communications with command and support personnel not previously possible. The costly, complex problem of lack of 800MHz radio coverage in a mall, tunnel, or similar structure, where operations beyond the reach of existing repeaters leads to erratic radio communications between on-scene personnel and dispatch, can be successfully addressed by the 2P. A strategically positioned 2P with two portable radios will enhance the responders' safety with reliable communications in situations where signal coverage is otherwise poor or unavailable.

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