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SECURENET module part number list updated: 8/1/2007

Postby batdude » Tue Dec 23, 2003 5:43 pm

New document available in MS Excel format (with comments!)

http://members.aol.com/batlabsdotcom/secure_modules.xls

and in PDF format:

http://members.aol.com/batlabsdotcom/secure_modules.pdf

(PDF document does *NOT* contain the comments that are in the excel doc)

PLEASE NOTE THAT I WIL NO LONGER UPDATE THIS TEXT LIST OF MODULES - Only the Excel and PDF documents will stay up to date.

Please stay tuned as a complete revision to the two-way encryption primer I wrote in 1996 is pending final review and will be available in PDF format here shortly.

the original primer can be viewed here:

http://www.radioreference.com/trunked/stuff/encrypt.html


additions made 1/09/04 - fixed saber p/n's and added bypass
additions made 1/10/04 - added MCS2000 and STX
additions made 2/28/05 - added NTN1562 ofb for Astro Saber / Astro spectra
additions made 8/11/05 - added NTN1153 to Astro Spectra
additions made 2/8/06 - added updates for XTS 5000 UCM's
additions made 2/28/06 - added MX, saber, catagorized
additions made 8/28/06 - added new part #'s for XTS 2500 hardware
corrections made 2/21/06 - corrected XTL 5000/XTS 5000/XTS3000 and MCS2000 part #'s
additions/corrections made 3/8/2006 - too many to list
additions made 8/1/07 - fixed some errors, added a few revised part #'s.


This is a MAJOR change. If you keep a printed copy of this handy, re-print this document!

Definitions:

DVI - Variant of DVP for export 24bit key
DVP - Digital Voice Privacy 32bit key
DES - Data Encyption Standard 56bit key
AES - Advanced Encryption Standard 256bit key
ADP - Advanced Digtial Privacy. Hardware or software based encyption 40bit key
HCA - Home Country Algorithm?

-XL - Varient for extendend range
-OFB - Output FeedBack, APCO25 standard
-CFB - Cypher FeedBack
-ECB - Electronic CodeBooK
-CBC - Unknown
-SPFL - Unknown DVI variant

UCM - Universal Crypto Module. Hardware modules that can be (re)programmed for different encyption formats. Earlier module were dedicated to one format only. Introduced with the ASTRO25 series radios.

OTAR - Over the Air Rekeying (allows the radio to recieve a new key over the air. Certain requirements must be setup in the radio prior for proper operation)

ASTRO PORTABLES

ASTRO Saber (cross compatible with astro spectra)

NTN7770 DVP *cancelled
NTN7771 DES (superceeded by NTN1712)
NTN7772 DES-xl (superceeded by NTN1712)
NTN7773 DVI-xl (superceeded by NTN1158)
NTN7774 DVP-xl *cancelled
NTN7329 DVI-XL and DVP *cancelled
NTN7332 DES-XL and DVP *cancelled
NTN7331 DES-XL and DVP-XL
NTN7330 DVP and DVP-XL (superceeded by NTN1369)
NTN7370 DVP-XL and DVI-XL *cancelled
NTN8967 des-xl and des-ofb *cancelled
NTN1146 DVP *cancelled
NTN1152 DES (superceeded by NTN1712)
NTN1153 DES-XL (superceeded by NTN1712)
NTN1158 DVI-XL
NTN1147 DVP-XL
NTN1367 DVI-XL and DVP *cancelled
NTN1368 DES-XL and DVP
NTN1369 DES-XL and DVP-XL
NTN1370 DVP and DVP-XL
NTN1371 DVP-XL and DVI-XL
NTN1562 DES-OFB (superceeded by NTN1712)

** NOTE here: NTN1712 seems to have replaced NTN1152, 1153 and 1562... it's my guess that this is a multi-mode module, perhaps DES, DES-XL *and* DES-OFB.... but that's just a guess.


XTS2500

These modules have just been validated by NIST. I do not know the flavor of each module. These are not yet valid part numbers. Note that these are HARDWARE modules for the XTS 2500. There are THREE SETS OF PART NUMBERS. Each model radio has it's own iteration of the secure hardware. ADP encryption is also available via flashport upgrade (DSP-based)

Model 1.5
PMLN4924 AES
PMLN4925 DES, DES-OFB, DES-XL
PMLN4926 ADP

Model 2
PMLN4927 AES
PMLN4928 DES, DES-OFB, DES-XL
PMLN4929 ADP

Model 3
PMLN4930 AES
PMLN4931 DES, DES-OFB, DES-XL
PMLN4932 ADP


XTS 3000 (module codename "COSMO")

NTN8253 des (superceeded by NTN9121 tri mode des/des-xl/des-ofb UCM)
NTN8254 des-xl (superceeded by NTN9121 tri mode des/des-xl/des-ofb UCM)
NTN8255 des-ofb (superceeded by NTN9121 tri mode des/des-xl/des-ofb UCM)
NTN8256 dvi-xl
NTN8257 dvp-xl UCM
NTN8258 des-xl and des-ofb (superceeded by NTN9121 tri mode des/des-xl/des-ofb UCM)
NTN8259 dvp-xl and des-ofb UCM
NTN8260 des-xl and dvp-xl UCM
NTN8261 dvp-xl and dvi-xl
NTN8326 dvi-xl and des-ofb
NTN8418 des and des-ofb (superceeded by NTN9121 tri mode des/des-xl/des-ofb UCM)
NTN8328 dvp
NTN8329 dvi-xl and dvp *cancelled
NTN8330 des-xl and dvp *cancelled
NTN8331 dvp-xl and dvp *cancelled
NTN8705 des-ofb and dvp
NTN9121 des, des-xl and des-ofb UCM
0105956V67 des-ofb and des-xl UCM
NNTN4432 AES-256 UCM
NNTN4433 AES-256, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM

XTS 3500 (module codename "KRAMER")

NTN8587A DES-OFB
NTN8588A DES-XL
NTN8598A DVI-XL
NTN8599A DVP-XL
NTN8600C DES-XL, DES-OFB
NTN8604C DVP


XTS 5000

NNTN4006 DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
NNTN4197 AES-256 UCM
NNTN4198 AES-256, DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB
NNTN4593 ADP UCM
NNTN4594 ADP, AES-256 UCM
NNTN4595 ADP, DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
NNTN4596 ADP, DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB, AES-256 UCM
NTN9837 DES, DES-XL, DVP-XL UCM
NTN9838 DVI-XL UCM
NTN9839 DVP-XL UCM

NNTN5032 - Blank UCM

ASTRO MOBILES


ASTRO Spectra (cross compatible with Astro Saber)

HLN1441 DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
HLN1443 AES-256 UCM
HLN1444 AES-256, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
NTN1147 DVP-XL UCM
NTN1158 DVI-XL UCM
NTN1562 DES-OFB (superceeded by NTN1712)
NTN1563 DES, DES-OFB UCM
NTN1564 DES-XL, DES-OFB (superceeded by NTN1712)
NTN1565 DES-OFB, DVP-XL UCM
NTN1566 DVI-XL, DES-OFB *cancelled
NTN1369 DES-XL, DVP-XL UCM
NTN1153 DES-XL
NNTN4354 AES-256 UCM
NNTN4355 AES-256, DES, DES-XL, and DES-OFB UCM


ASTRO Spectra PLUS

NNTN4024 DES, DES-XL and DES-OFB UCM
NNTN4025 DVI-XL UCM
NNTN4026 DVP-XL UCM
NNTN4027 DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB, DVP-XL UCM *cancelled
NNTN4204 AES-256 UCM
NNTN4205 AES-256, DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM (does not match book as AES)
NNTN4614 ADP UCM
NNTN4616 ADP, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
NNTN4617 ADP, AES-256, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM

NTN9801 - the "blank" UCM for Astro Spectra Plus.


XTL 5000

NNTN4932 ADP with AES-256 UCM
NNTN4933 ADP with DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
NNTN4934 ADP with AES-256, DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
NNTN4935 AES-256 UCM
NNTN4936 AES-256 with DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM
NNTN4937 ADP UCM
NNTN4938 DVI-XL UCM
NNTN4939 DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB and DVP-XL UCM
NNTN4940 DVP-XL UCM
NNTN4941 DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB UCM

HLN6876 3 day key retention carrier module
HLN6877 30 second key retention carrier module

ADP is Advanced Digital Privacy (software key generated encryption)

NTN9738C Blank UCM module
NNTN5032 appears to be a "blank" UCM module? (unprogrammed)


ANALOG RADIOS
PORTABLE


Saber Analog

NTN1071 DES-XL
NTN1073 DVP-XL
NTN4711 Non-Smartnet DVP
NTN4712 Non-Smartnet DES (replaced with NTN1072)
NTN4713 Non-Smartnet DVP-XL (replaced with NTN1074)
NTN4714 Non-Smartnet DES-XL (replaced with NTN1071)
NTN4720 Secure BYPASS module - can be either a silver dummy or plastic
NTN5832 Smartnet DVP
NTN5833 Smartnet DES (replaced with NTN1072)
NTN5834 Smartnet DVP-XL (replaced with NTN1073 *cancelled)
NTN5835 Smartnet DES-XL (replaced with NTN1071)
NTN5755 Multikey DVP
NTN5756 Multikey DVP-XL
NTN5757 Multikey DES
NTN5758 Multikey DES-XL
NTN5759 Multikey DVI-XL
NTN5760 OTAR DVP
NTN5761 OTAR DVP-XL
NTN5762 OTAR DES
NTN5763 OTAR DES-XL
NTN7288 Multikey DVP (replaced with NTN5755)
NTN7289 Multikey DVP-XL (replaced with NTN5756)
NTN7290 Multikey DES (replaced with NTN5757)
NTN7991 Multikey DES-XL (replaced with NTN5758)
NTN7992 Multikey DVP-XL (replaced with NTN5759)
NTN7298 FASCINATOR (Controlled Cryptographic Item - CCI)

*All DES-XL and DVP-XL modules are NLA at Motorola as of 12/1/05.


MTS2000

NTN7279 DES (superceeded by REX4581)
NTN7280 DES-XL
NTN7281 DVP
NTN7282 DVP-XL (superceeded by REX4580A)
NTN7283 DVI-XL (superceeded by REX4578A)


STX

NTN4986 DVP-XL
NTN4937 DES-XL
NTN4987 DVI-XL


MX SERIES
NLE9020 DVP
NLD7890A - DVP module for VHF MX
NLD8570A - DVP module for VHF MX
NLD7900A - DES module for VHF MX
NLD8470A - DES module for VHF MX


MOBILE

Analog Spectra (with carrier board)
VHF/UHF carrier - HLN6000
800Mhz carrier HLN6202 (FRED)

TRN4836 DES
TRN6777 DVP
TRN7036 DES-XL
TRN7037 DVI-XL
TRN7038 DVP-XL


MCS2000

HLN1407 3 DAY DES
HLN1416 LONG TERM DES
HLN1408 3 DAY DES-XL
HLN1414 LONG TERM DES-XL
HLN6577 3 DAY DVP
HLN6586 LONG TERM DVP
HLN1410 3 DAY DVP-XL
HLN1413 LONG TERM DVP-XL
HLN6579 3 DAY DVI-XL
HLN6583 LONG TERM DVI-XL


UNKNOWN

AES boards (unknown what platform they are for... sorry)
NNTN5133 AES-256
NNTN5134 AES-256, DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB
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Guys... HELP!

Postby batdude » Sat Jan 10, 2004 5:35 pm

this has turned into some sort of qwest...

i need the correct part numbers for the following radios:


EXPO

MX (series)

MCX 100 / 1000


Most all of these parts are superceeded and no longer listed as valid part numbers... those of you with manuals for the above, PLEASE PM me with VALID NUMBERS from your manuals....use the format that i used on the list - that way i can just cut and paste into the post.

For example

EXPO

NTNXXXX DES
NTNXXXX DVP

ad naseum...


Thanks!


doug

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Notes on Analog Sabers

Postby ricciticcitembo » Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:18 am

Sabers vs Systems Sabers Securenet Module Known Incompatabilities.

Some securenet modules are not multikey, like for example some of
the modules that are also compatible with regular Sabers, hold only ONE Key.
Such as the NTN5833 and NTN5834.
These Modules will work in any Secure Capable Analog Saber ever Made including
Systems Sabers I, II, and III's and regular Saber I, II, and III's.
All SP and Government Models Included.

And as can be ascertained by the above statement, there are certain
Securenet Modules for the Saber Series that are NOT Able to work
in either the Systems Saber or the Regular Saber.

One reason for this is the fact that the Systems Saber supports OTAR and Multikey.

The normal Sabers I, II, and III do NOT.

ALL of those (Multikey with OTAR) modules will NOT work in a Regular Saber.
Such as the NTN5761 and the NTN5763.

Also some Single Key modules will NOT work in the Systems Saber.
The radio won't even power up.
Such as the NTN4711 or the NTN4712.

So it gets a little complicated and you have to do your homework, or else you might be disappointed.

Your mileage will probably not vary too much in this regard. Taxes and Tags not included.

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Postby idotradio » Mon Jun 12, 2006 12:45 am

saw your post and thought I would help out a bit in your quest

MCX1000 DES-XL module Part number TRN-7036A
MCX1000 Hybrid secure board VLN-4756A (accepts any hybrid)
MCX1000 Secure board adapter (extends radio to accept secure board) VLN-4755A
2" Extention metal panels with Keyloader port for MCX1000
VLN-4129A

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Postby AEC » Fri Jul 14, 2006 10:28 pm

One addition to the list.

You were curious about the letters 'CBC'....They stand for Cipher Block Chaining

The Fascinator encryption modules also take a different RSS than the standard models, Systems Sabers are the only model covered here.

The service manual for MID BAND, UHF and VHF are as follows:

MID BAND: 68P81063C30

UHF: 68P81045C75

VHF: 68P81045C70

These manuals are for the NTN7298 Fascinator module.

Motorola instruction manual #: 68P81078E

NTN1089A: Fascinator encryption module retrofit kit

Non-Fascinator module modification for use in Fascinator encrypted radios:

NTN4711A/B: Cut pin #10

NTN4712A/B: NO modifications to module

NTN4713A/B: Cut pin #10

NTN4714A/B: NO modifications to module

NTN4720A: BYPASS...NO modifications needed

NTN5832A: NO modifications to module

NTN5833A: NO modifications to module

NTN5834A: NO modifications to module

NTN5835A: NO modifications to module

NTN5836A: NO modifications to module

Enncryption module changeout procedure manual: 68P81045C61

The Fascinator is capable of storing and using TWO keys, but not at the same time.

Each key MUST be loaded separately, with the keyloader, then the cable is removed from the radio for each keyload.

There are modifications to SPECIFIC radios that must be performed in order to use the Fascinator encryption module in the Saber radios.


MID BAND: All boards without an 'F'...and these are retrofittable by 2 board cuts, 2 wire jumpers and 1 resistor.

MID BAND: All boards with an 'F' are retrofittable, with NO boaard modifications necessary.

VHF: All boards without an 'F' are retrofittable with 3 board cuts, 3 wire jumpers and 1 resistor

VHF: All boards with an 'F' are retrofittable and require NO modifications to the radio.

UHF: All boards without an 'F' are NOT retrofittable, and have NO modifications done to the radio as well.

UHF: All boards with an 'F' are retrofittable and require NO modifications to the radio.

*Note: The letter 'F' is stenciled on the lower left corner of the radio PC board.

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Postby d119 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 9:37 pm

I have the following part numbers to contribute to the list:

5191006C20 : Unknown version EPROM for MSF 5000 SECURENET Card (Transparent Operation)

5191012H65 : SECURENET Ver 4.22 EPROM for MSF 5000 SECURENET Card (Transparent Operation)

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Postby mr.syntrx » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:29 pm

What mode do AES modules operate in? CBC?

(Hopefully not ECB.)

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Postby MattSR » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:26 pm

Ive been thinking about this too matt, its most likely NOT ECB...

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Re: SECURENET module part number list updated: 8/1/2007

Postby radioinstl » Thu Sep 06, 2007 3:14 pm

new one for you:
MHLN6918B SECURE INTERFACE BOARD 3 DAY KEY RETENTION
was found in XTL-5000 with ADP UCM

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Re: SECURENET module part number list updated: 8/1/2007

Postby N4DES » Thu Mar 06, 2008 7:49 am

For the XTL2500 Mobile I found out the following:

NNTN4941A DES-XL DES-OFB

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Re: SECURENET module part number list updated: 8/1/2007

Postby RadioSouth » Mon Feb 02, 2009 8:00 am

I just came accross an anomaly with analog Sabers (non systems). I have a pair of 1987 1989 dated Saber!, UHF which work just fine with NTN4711A DVP modules. When I put these modules in my other 3 S1, S3 radios dated 1991 and 1992 they loose the keyload
every time when I just turn them off, battery still attached. Turn them off for a second and back on the load is gone. I swapped in a NTN5832A DVP module to these newer three radios and all is well. Guess not all radio, module combinations are compatible.

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Re: SECURENET module part number list updated: 8/1/2007

Postby SlimBob » Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:08 pm

Located an MCX100 with Securenet:

VLN4128A: Left extender rail
VLN4335A: Right extender with keyloader connector hole
TRN4606B: Control head, Securenet (simple?)
TRN5666A: TOT, 60 second Option B11AK
VKN4021A: Cable Harness, TOT
VLN2126B: Hybrid carrier board (77M38 present), TRN4836A loaded (DES from above)
VLN4127B: Securenet ??? board, contains two pots (deviation?)
TRN5241A: Main upper/lower/head interconnect board

The other parts appear to be standard MCX100.
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Re: SECURENET module part number list updated: 8/1/2007

Postby mr.syntrx » Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:39 pm

An Australian SP version of the NTN8967 DES-XL and DES-OFB module.

NTN8967ESP01
ASTRO ENCRYPTION MOD AUST

Any know what the difference is between this and a factory example?


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