The Barrett 4050 HF SDR transceiver is the centerpiece of the Barrett range of HF communications equipment. It combines Software-Defined Radio technology with the intuitive “ease of use” that has become synonymous with the Barrett name. When teamed with other Barrett HF products, the versatile Barrett 4050 transceiver provides secure email, data transfer and telephone connectivity within a HF network and outwards to international telephone and internet networks

The 4050 HF SDR transceiver desk console controls a connected 4050 HF SDR either via direct connection as a primary or secondary control head or via IP network (Ethernet or WiFi). It has a built in speaker, detachable boom microphone and supports standard headsets and PTT (push to talk) foot switches.

With a built in Battery, this package is designed to run without external power for up to 8 hours (depending on duty cycle). 150 Watts when connected to AC power, 125 watts when running on the internal batter. Options include a solar charger, internal Vocoder/Modems, IP remote control and more. When you need to deploy in a hurry, this HF Transceiver package will not let you down.

The all new Barrett PRC-4090 manpack transceiver combines Software-Defined Radio technology with an intuitive full color touchscreen user interface. The PRC-4090 weighs only 2.95kg, along with its small physical size makes it one of the smallest full featured HF Manpacks on the market. Many options are available, including MIL-STD modems, 2G/3G ALE, Digital Voice, Advanced Frequency Hopping, IP networking and more. The Barrett PRC-4090 can be configured as a low power Tactical Manpack, High Power Tactical Mobile, or as a 150watt Tactical Base package.

The 4075 500 watt and 1KW linear power amplifier has a unique advanced liquid cooled solid state design which is believed to be the first of its kind. This reduces the requirement for forced air cooling, resulting in lower power consumption and a quieter working environment. Where an amplifier has a less than optimum efficient cooling system it can lead to component failure, but this innovative design, which uses a water propylene glycol mixture, allows the transmitter to run continuously at optimum temperatures and therefore more efficiently, resulting in greater reliability and extended service life.