Telewave's dipole antennas for TETRA operations — the ANT350D D3, D6-9, 300-360 MHz and ANT375D D3, D6-9, 345-405 MHz — ensure optimum performance in any environment. The antennas include 6061-T6 aluminum construction and proprietary Txylan seal coating to resist water, ice and corrosion.
The IP-based MAX Dispatch integrates a full range of tools and resources into a single console system, giving dispatchers instant access to information they need from a single, centralized user interface. The system can be set up to display information pertinent to an incident only when it’s needed, and it supports mobile, remote and geographically diverse operations. The product is built to support current operations and adapt as operations change over time. Its compatibility with most radio interfaces and major radio manufacturers’ equipment makes MAX Dispatch one of the most interoperable systems available.
The MTP8000Ex series is a digital two-way TETRA ATEX radio designed for use in potentially explosive environments. The radio features class 3L transmit power, enhanced receiver sensitivity, a color-changing indicator that notifies users when coverage is available, and support for wired and wireless connectivity. The company also released an ATEX-certified active noise canceling (ANC) remote speaker microphone (RSM) accessory to pair with the device.
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NX-5000 series portables and mobiles allow users to operate in Project 25 (P25) Phases 1 and 2 and NEXEDGE digital, conventional, trunked and analog modes. Ideal for a phased migration to digital, the portables feature built-in GPS, 56-bit data encryption standard (DES) encryption and a Bluetooth module that enables hands-free operation.
The X10DR-LTE-4P microphone allows a mobile phone running a Long Term Evolution (LTE) push-to-talk (PTT) application to function similar to a handheld portable radio. The device plugs into the headset socket on most smartphones that run PTT applications. The rugged device has an IP55 rating and comes with a 3.5-millimeter audio headphone jack for quiet, secure communications.
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