Danphone Coastal Radio Systems

 

Danphone has developed, manufactured and installed advanced radio communication equipment and complete systems since 1990.

Danphone’s GMDSS Radio System is a flexible, IP-based radio communication system primarily for coast stations, ports and off-shore installations and designed specifically to comply with ITU, IMO and international maritime specifications.

Danphone GMDSS coast stations for VHF and MF/HF are delivered in compliance with relevant IMO and ITU specifications, including DSC, voice and data logging, and interface with landline telephones.

The system features IP-network infrastructure, Voice over IP and remote control via touch monitors.

From a simple single-radio setup to a complex national system with multiple operator and radio sites installed at various remote locations, this communication system provides the perfect solution.

Incorporating Danphone's renowned network management system, the IP-based communication system can be configured and customised to suit all requirements. The system gives the user a complete graphical overview of the entire network, as well as the ability to monitor and control each individual radio.

 

Main Features for Coastal Radio Systems

 

  • GMDSS Compliant
  • VHF and MF/HF for voice communications and DSC
  • IP network infrastucture
  • Voice over IP
  • Touch screen operation
  • Multiple radio sites, control centres and operator positions
  • Remote controlled radios with LAN interface
  • 24/7 operation
  • Remote controlled network management and configuration

Downloads for Coastal Radio Systems

 

Danphone Communication System

Danphone Network Management System

Danphone VHF Base Station Transceiver 

Danphone Mini VHF System

 

About GMDSS

 

GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System) is an internationally agreed-upon set of safety procedures, communication equipment and protocols used to increase safety at sea and make it easier to send aid to ships in distress.

GMDSS consists of several integrated systems, some of which are new, but many of which have been in operation for many years. The systems are intended to perform alerting and position determination of vessels in distress, search and rescue coordination, maritime safety information broadcasts, ship-to-shore and ship-to-ship communications.