KUTTA RADIOS

TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

Kutta DRUM® radios use cables, wires, tracks, and pipes to create survivable, redundant communication paths underground that extend for miles. The DRUM® is a wireless, medium frequency radio system that works through obstructions, even post-incident, whether or not mine power on. Complete installation of the DRUM® system can be achieved in a matter of hours and offers mine operators the lowest cost-per-foot of any communication system on the market. Our Kutta DRUM® radios fulfill the MINER Act requirement for a redundant, secondary wireless communication system, and they are Part 23 certified by MSHA.

Learn more about how our innovative radio technology works below.

KUTTA LINK RADIO - KLR-200

The Kutta “LINK” radio allows first responders to communicate seamlessly with operational and tactical command posts using their existing radio equipment in challenging environments such as subway tunnels and high-rise buildings.

The DRUM® 100 Rugged Compact Portable (100RCP) is a standalone medium-frequency (MF) radio that provides high-quality voice communication in subterranean environments.

DRUM® 100R REPEATER - 100R

The DRUM® 100 Repeater (100R) is a VHF or UHF to Medium Frequency (MF) cross-band repeater that bridges UHF or VHF radios into a medium frequency channel for long-range underground communications. The DRUM repeater interoperates with other DRUM repeaters and DRUM Rugged Portable Medium-Frequency radios. The Cross-Banding functionality enables building upon and extending the coverage of existing investments in common handheld radios or leaky feeder systems.

The DRUM® Portable Repeater is a VHF or UHF to Medium-Frequency (MF) cross-band repeater that bridges UHF or VHF radios into a medium-frequency channel for long-range underground communications. The DRUM repeater interoperates with other DRUM repeaters and DRUM Rugged Portable Medium-Frequency radios. The Cross-Banding functionality enables building upon and extending the coverage of existing investments in common handheld radios or leaky feeder systems.