MBITRMultiband Inter/Intra Team Radio (US military)
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Caption: Thales' AN/PRC-148 MBITR is used extensively by the US armed forces.
The MBITR gives you seven battery choices in addition to the Thales supplied battery, NSN 614001-487-1153, that comes with the radio.
Are there safety issues to the user or the MBITR with these CANNOT use batteries.
The other new adaptors will be used for the MBITR radio and the M22 ACADA chemical detector.
All of AR Modular RF's tactical booster amplifier products are essentially 'transceiver agnostic' and are used with AN/PRC-117G, AN/PRC-152, and AN/PRC-148 MBITR radios.
The MBITR performed the same as an ASIP and 117 in most situations, and being only a quarter of the size was much better for dismounted patrolling.
J-6686/U, NSN 5940-01-517-3990, powers the MBITR AN/PRC-148
The second was the surrogate headset, the MBITR Lightweight Urban Headset, used to evaluate the radio at AETF.
The contractor, Thales Communications, is adapting SOCOM's multi-band intra-team military radio, known as MBITR, to make it SCA-compliant.
The Hawkei was also equipped with Thales's Sotas vehicle communications system, Sophie optronics, MBITR radios, as well as Rockwell Collins' Polaris GPS.
The PP-8481B/U comes fully loaded with AC and DC cables and two universal adapters to hold and charge BB-2590, BB-390, BB-516, BB-326, BB-388, BB-2588, BB-2800, BB-2847 and MBITR batteries.