DMR Handheld – Licenced
Licenced DMR handheld digital business radios offer higher power outputs than licence free versions. This helps communicate further, and also reduces the chance of being eavesdropped on, compared with equipment using public licence free frequencies.
DMR Radio (Digital Mobile Radio) is an open digital radio standard outlined by the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI).
The technology has received global recognition as a technology that brings together voice, data and a range of other features and applications in both conventional and trunking mode.
Digital licenced radios further enhance call security, and also offer features such as improved battery performance, compared with equivalent analogue handheld radios.
Great for security firms, and shopping centres.
For a demonstration of Digital radio technology, give us a call.
Hytera X1E is a covert digital radio, perfect for security concious users, wishing to take advantage of digital features, such as increased battery life, and greater call security.
AES encryption algorithm & 256 digits dynamic encryption key ensures secure communication.
AES encryption means that it is less likely that eavesdroppers can listen in to your private conversations.
This helps you comply with data privacy laws and requirements.
Support Hytera Bluetooth earpieces
The radio supports Hytera Bluetooth earpieces, facilitating operations.
Bluetooth earpieces mean do not have wires connecting the earpiece to the radio. Therefore you dont get the problem of tangled wires, and extra time taken to ‘tuck in’ those wires discretely.
Open USB interface
Open USB port facilitates secondary and application development.
The open USB port allows custom features to be developed as required by specific user requirements.
The built-in GPS module supports GIS applications.
GPS tracking is useful as it allows you to track your radio users in real time on a computer screen.
Dual modes (analog & digital)
Dual modes (analog & digital) operation ensures a smooth analog-to-digital migration.
Analogue is the older technology, but is still widely used. If you already have a radio system, they are likely to be analogue.
By having a dual mode radio (digital / analogue), it allows you to communicate digitally between the new radios, whilst also being able to communicate between you new digital radio, and an old analogue one.
This means that you can gradually replace your analogue radios in stages, to save money.
Versatile voice calls
Versatile voice calls include individual call, group call and all-call.
Individual call is when you are able to select an individual user to speak with. The other radio users will not hear the conversation. Its similar to having a two way telephone conversation, between two people.
Group call is when a radio user is able to communicate with all the radio users at once. This is useful if important instructions need to be given out to everyone in that group.
A group could be ‘car parking attendents’ for instance, at a festival event. Catering staff could be another ‘group’, and would not hear the conversation, as they would be in a different ‘group’.
In call is the ability to overide an existing conversation by certain authorised radios. This is useful in an emergency.
Vibration alerts the reception of voice call and message.
Just like a mobile phone, this radio has a vibrate feature. This allows the user to be discretely notified that they have a call.
Support multiple advanced analog signaling, including HDC1200, DTMF, 2-Tone* and 5-Tone, providing more expansion
Signalling can be configured to achieve various advanced features, depending on user preference and requirements. Tell us what you wish to achieve, and we will come up with a solution.
Upgradable software enables new features without buying a new radio.
For a full list of features available, get in touch, with your ideal requirements.