IMT SHOWCASES MINI MOBILCMDR AT ALEA EXPO 2015
HOUSTON, JULY 7, 2015 – Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT), a leader in advanced digital microwave systems serving the state, local and federal law enforcement markets, showcases its Mini MobilCMDR at ALEA Expo 2015, the Airborne Law Enforcement Association’s 45th annual conference and exposition (Booth 640).
IMT’s Mini MobilCMDR is a small, ruggedized IP54-rated COFDM (DVB-T-compliant) diversity handheld receiver/monitor/recorder offering exceptional RF performance and durability, true ease of operation and superb H.264 and MPEG-2 decoding. Weighing less than three pounds, the unit, a miniature version of IMT’s full-size MobilCMDR, displays COFDM video transmissions on an integrated five-inch bright-daylight, high-resolution LCD screen.
“We are excited to showcase the Mini MobilCMDR at ALEA Expo 2015,” says John Payne IV, CTO, Integrated Microwave Technologies. “The Mini MobilCMDR’s is packed with features including internal recording and playback, HDMI interface, touch screen IP streaming and proven interoperability with AES Bcrypt decryption. These capabilities make it ideal for applications ranging from public security monitoring to covert surveillance. It is another example of IMT’s commitment to providing world-class products to the law enforcement industry.”
The unit features ergonomic rubber handgrips, making it very rugged, along with a weatherized chassis, for use in all weather conditions. The Mini MobilCMDR comes in a plastic IP66-rated case, allowing users to drop-ship it over commercial carriers. The case contains all the necessary accessories for daily use.
In addition, the unit features an HDMI output, which allows users to view the video on any large screen that has an HDMI connection, including most off-the-shelf TV screens. The run time for the internal batteries is more than two hours, and can be extended with a small, lightweight external clip-on battery. The Mini MobilCMDR also features a 32-GB-internal-storage-record capability.
The Mini MobilCMDR requires minimal setup to operate. For advanced functions such as changing frequency plans, AES decryption keys, or unit naming, an easy-to-use administration software package allows users to establish and store up to 32 custom-preset configurations. The presets can store as little or as much information as the administrator wishes, and their values can be locked in place for later recall. Full access control ensures that users will not inadvertently corrupt mission-critical settings. The On-Screen Display (OSD) feature enables users to display an information summary. The OSD also includes signal strength, demodulator lock, decryption active, decoding indicators and battery statistics.