Kenwood's award winning* NEXEDGE® NXDN™ digital two-way radio system has been proven to deliver innovative and flexible mission and business critical digital conventional and trunked radio solutions to meet the most stringent demands of today’s radio system environment and provide users with a multitude of advanced voice and data features.
NEXEDGE® is supported by a network of Solution Developers and is widely employed across a variety of public safety, military, security, commercial and industrial applications in over 160 countries, some of which can be found on our market sectors pages.
|- Extended digital range
||- Digital/Analogue Mixed Modes
||- Fully scalable platform
|- Improved digital quality
||- Digital Conventional Systems
||- Centralised system management
|- Voice & Data capability
||- Digital Conventional IP Networks
||- Supported by application solutions providers
|- Enhanced voice and data security
||- Digital Trunked Systems
||- Wireless Image System
|- True 6.25 kHz NXDN operation for
|- Digital Trunked Wide Area IP Networks
||- Repeater Monitor App
||- OTP Over the Air Programming
||- Comprehensive range of hand-portables, mobiles, base stations and repeaters
||- Fast deployment
||- ATEX/IECEx certified models
||- NXDN Multi-vendor Protocol
* Federation of Communications Services Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio Award 2010.
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Compact and lightweight, NEXEDGE digital two-way hand portable walkie talkies share common performance attributes so that you can be sure that whichever model you choose, they will deliver the features and performance you would expect.
Easy to install, NEXEDGE digital in-vehicle mobile radios are ideal in situations where a more powerful transmission is required. And with a vehicles battery providing the power to the unit, you can rely on a virtually inexhaustible operating life.
NEXEDGE base stations and repeaters provide you with a fully scalable communications infrastructure, more channels and user group capacity, the ability to operate over larger areas and the means to manage communications traffic.