Carmel, Indiana–Ritron, Inc., has announced it is shipping the, purpose-built, NXDN Digital XD Series, 2-way radio callbox. The fixed location callbox is compatible with other conventional UHF NXDN digital or analog portable and mobile 2-way radios. The callbox is capable of NXDN digital @ VNB 6.25KHz or NB 12.5KHz conventional mode or analog @ NB 12.5KHz.
James Jones, JVCKENWOOD USA’s senior manager for research and development, outlines key features of the NX-3000 series of mid-tier NEXEDGE radios, including the fact that the subscriber units support DMR operation, as well as NXDN and analog usage.
Mark Behrends, senior strategic sales manager at Icom America, showcases the features and functionality associated with the company’s latest IDAS portable and mobile radios that leverage NXDN technology.
JVCKENWOOD USA this week announced that support for DMR Tier II has been added to its NX-5000 Series mobile and portable radios, which the are the industry’s first radios capable of operating in three digital protocols—NXDN, P25 Phase I and Phase II, and DMR Tier II—according to the company.
JVCKENWOOD USA has received favorable early reviews for its new NEXEDGE Gen2 offering that delivers significant scalability benefits, particularly from utility companies and specialized-mobile-radio (SMR) operators, according to an official for the company.
Dave Brandkamp, eastern region sales manager for JVCKENWOOD USA, outlines the capabilities of the company’s new NX-5000 series of portable and mobile radios. With the ability to operate in P25 Phase I or Phase II, as well as NEXEDGE analog and digital modes, NX-5000 series radios can be useful tools for entities seeking a technology migration path and/or an interoperability solution.