KENWOOD NXDN EU Digital Mobile Radios
The NEXEDGE® range of digital Mobile in-vehicle radios offer the proven benefits of increased range, improved sound quality, enhanced security, advanced worker safety features and automatic Digital/Analogue Mixed Mode operation.
The range includes GPS equipped and high-power models which all provide the flexibility to operate in the following modes:
- NXDN Digital Conventional and FM Analogue
- NXDN Digital Conventional and Digital Trunking
- Multi-Protocol Analogue
- FDMA dPMR (3) and NXDN
- P25 (1)
- TDMA DMR (1) (2)
- Multi-Site Digital Trunking
- Multi-Site IP Network Compatible
- DMR (1) (2) Digital Conventional IP Network Compatible
- dPMR (3) Digital Conventional IP Network Compatible
(1) NX-5000 Series
(2) NX-3000 Series
(3) Selected NEXEDGE NXDN models can be configured for dPMR operation
Multi-Protocol Mobile, In-Vehicle Radios
Designed specifically for mission critical users, the new NX-5000 mobiles offer users the ability to communicate in FM analogue, NEXEDGE NXDN, DMR and P25 formats providing unsurpassed interoperability when it matters most alongside a host of user safety features. An NX-5000 Series radio automatically identifies a call signal – whether it’s NXDN (FDMA), DMR & P25 Phase 2 (TDMA) or FM Analogue – and transmits in the same mode received.
The NX-3000 Series
The NX-3000 Series takes many of the advanced features and capabilities of the mission critical NX-5000 Series to business and commercial users in a cost-effective, multi-protocol radio in either DMR plus FM Analogue or NEXEDGE NXDN plus FM Analogue configurations; which makes the NX-3000 Series an ideal solution for those migrating from analogue to digital as users can switch to and from DMR + FM Analogue or NXDN + FM Analogue operation at any time as their needs evolve or change over time.
To find out more about how Kenwood NXDN radios can be put to work for you, please contact an authorised Kenwood Communications reseller.
Click here to for the case study on the NEXEDGE® digital conventional, single channel trunked network which employs a fleet of mobile radios to serve a leading waste management operation in Greater London.
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