Kenwood NX5300 Series P25 DMR Digital Conventional Two Way Radios


Kenwood NX5000 Series P25 Two Way Radio

The NX-5000 Series offers unsurpassed interoperability for a wide variety of users as it supports three digital CAIs — NXDN, DMR and P25 (Phase 1 & 2) — plus FM analog in a single radio. Best of all, a desired CAI can be selected at will, giving you the freedom to migrate at your own pace — whether you are intent on going fully digital, undecided about which digital system to pick, or just wanting to maintain both digital and analog for a while. An NX-5000 radio can simultaneously support two digital protocols plus analog, offering the following combinations: FM/DMR/ NXDN, FM/NXDN/P25, and FM/DMR/P25.

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P25 Two Way Radio Solutions from Motorola Kenwood & Tait

P25 Two Way Radios are interoperable and secure communications across network site equipment and facilities in Hospitals, Mines, and Front Line Operations

The most noteworthy feature of a P25 Two Way Radio is both Phase 1 and 2 and the improved radio spectrum efficiency. As a result the spectrum efficiency of a trunked system’s channels is doubled. Dual voice and/or data circuits per 12.5kHz packet are the result of this.

With a range of both P25 Two Way Radio Phase 1 and Phase 2 open standard-based elements, Mining Telecoms can provide a complete end-to-end solution to meet your unique organizational requirements. We ensure loud, clear, and interoperable mission-critical solutions Australia-wide.

In addition when choosing a P25 Two Way Radio solution there are two options Phase 1 or 2,

A P25 Two Way Radio – Phase 2 trunked system uses a P25 Phase 1 FDMA control channel, so all radio terminals must register to the trunked system using FDMA. This is required for backward compatibility with P25 Phase 1 terminals. When a P25 Phase 2 terminal initiates a call on the P25 Phase 2 trunked system, a P25 Phase 2 TDMA traffic channel is allocated for the voice or data call. A Phase 1 terminal sets up call on a Phase 2 system, a Phase 1 FDMA channel will be allocated for the voice or data call.

When a P25 Phase 2 terminal radio communicates directly with another Phase 2 terminal, it switches back to FDMA or P25 Phase 1 mode.

Conventional (non-trunked) systems such as voted systems use Phase 1 FDMA for the air interface, as there is no TIA definition for the operation of Phase 2 TDMA in conventional P25.

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