Kenwood has come up with a solution that paves a new path in two-way communication. Often the two-way radio environment of retailers, companies and factories is a mixture of digital and analog FM, or only analog FM. Kenwood’s new NX-3000 Series offers flexibility with support for both NXDN and DMR digital air interfaces as well as FM analog – all in a single radio!
Specifications for this product line can be found here: NX-3000 Series Specifications
- NX-3200-3300 Datasheet
- NX-3220-3320 Datasheet
- NX-3720-3820 Datasheet
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.
A desired CAI can be selected at will – 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.
The NXDN air interface can fit into the very narrow 6.25 kHz bandwidth using FDMA technology. Ensuring spectrum efficiency, wide coverage and virtually unlimited scalability, it provides for nationwide expansion: Type-C Trunking Gen2 offers enhanced features, flexibility and performance, linking up to 1,000 sites or 24 networks.
- For simple conventional communications, making use of existing infrastructure, DMR is an excellent, cost-effective solution. Being energy-efficient, it offers longer battery life. And thanks to 2-slot TDMA, it is possible to obtain 2 talk paths within an analog 12.5 kHz bandwidth, thus doubling the capacity. The NX-5000 Series supports Tier II conventional mode.
- This digital CAI ensures interoperability among public safety agencies in North America, Australia and New Zealand. The NX-5000 Series is compatible with Phase 1 (conventional and trunked), and Phase 2 (trunked).
These NEW DMR radios have dual talk path capability which is ideal for systems located in frequency congested operating areas. They incorporate convenient digital benefits including extended range, longer battery life, lighter weight, operation in harsh conditions and multiple voice paths on a single repeater.
The KENWOOD TK-D240V/340U, TK-D740HV/840HU, TKR-D710/810 with DMR Tier II Conventional provide all the benefits of advanced digital technology such as superior clarity and advanced vocoding technology for inherently secure voice communication.
The all new 360 series ultra sub-compact portable radio platform with expanded features and user operation sets a new “best in class” standard for portable two-way radios. With a smaller, lighter design and new features such as increased operating bandwidth, 5 watts UHF and VHF output power, and MDC-1200, the TK-2360/3360 VHF/UHF analog portable radios are the perfect next generation solution for installed base of enterprise and industrial applications.
Kenwood’s compact mid-tier display portable line offers enhanced features for the budget conscious public safety, public service, government, industrial and SMR system user segments. Large capacity and Zone programming facilitate departmental, interoperability, mutual aid, tactical, regional and workgroup channel organization.
The 180 series premium portable line strikes a perfect balance of specifications, features and cost in this broad base platform designed for the public safety, public service, government and private industrial sectors. The extra large capacity and Zone programming facilitate departmental, inter-agency interoperability, mutual aid and tactical channel organization.
The TK-7360/8360 high power mobile radios have enhanced design specifications to meet a wide variety of industrial and public sector applications. The 360 series mobiles have a new user friendly front console with a bright backlit 10 character display to provide a clear message presentation, caller identification, GPS location and radio channel information day or night.
NX-200/300 and NX-240/340
Kenwood is pleased to introduce NEXEDGE® conventional and trunking technology featuring 6.25 kHz digital narrowband operation. NEXEDGE® was designed to provide advanced communication solutions that meet the needs of private enterprise and public sectors today and in the future. NEXEDGE® includes features such as FM Analog @ 25 and 12.5 kHz channels, NXDN® digital @ 12.5 and 6.25 kHz channels, compliance with current frequency assignments, and NEXEDGE® will easily convert to very narrow bandwidths in the future.
Kenwood’s groundbreaking NEXEDGE® very narrow band digital technology has expanded to include 800/900 MHz RF infrastructure and portable and mobile subscriber radios. NEXEDGE®technology now covers 150 MHz, 450 MHz and 800/900 MHz to offer scalable digital communications systems to users in a wide range of key applications from Public Safety to Enterprise, Utilities, Transportation, and Petrochemical.
The TK-5710/5810 premium high specification heavy-duty offers conventional FM and conventional P25 digital operation for present and future interoperability requirements for law enforcement, fire and emergency services. Built on Kenwood’s advanced 90-Series design, the TK-5710/5810 is available in dash mount, single head and dual head remote mount control with choice of 12 or 14-character high resolution backlit dot matrix LCD.
Kenwood’s new 700/800 MHz radios fully expand our P25 Digital Public Safety Radio lineup. The TK-5410 portable and TK-5910 mobile were designed expressly for public saftey agencies deploying 700 / 800 MHz P25 radio systems or expanding existing 800 MHz systems. Built on Kenwood’s field-proven TK-5×10 hardware platform with enhanced microprocessing, these rugged MIL-SPEC / IP-rated units cover the entire Public Safety 700 MHz and 800 MHz voice bands including NPSPAC channels.