Kenwood is pleased to introduce NEXEDGE® 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. The newest addition to the NEXEDGE® digital family is the NX-240V/340U portable.
The new NX-210K2 portable is the latest addition to the NEXEDGE® lineup - designed specifically for users preferring a mid-size platform with a larger keypad. The NX-210K2 has the same NXDN® digital, analog, LCD display, PF key capabilities and transmit/receive specifications as the NX-200 and comes standard with a DTMF encoder with large backlit keys ideal for applications requiring frequent text messaging, selective signaling or interconnect.
NX-220/320 VHF and UHF 5 W radios deliver a full featured digital portable radio solution to enterprise, local government and SMR subscribers. The latest NEXEDGE® portables boast a newly designed ultra-compact platform with all of the high performance RF specifications and MILSTD 810 & IP54/55 ruggedness of Kenwood’s flagship NEXEDGE® models. These new models come in three user interface configurations, including the first NEXEDGE® non-display model for users that need a limited number of channels or trunked talk groups. True to NEXEDGE® multi-system migration-ready tradition - analog, NXDN® conventional, and NXDN® trunking are included in all models and include the latest V2.5 enhancements such as OTAP over-the-air programming and ground-breaking NEXEDGE® enhanced audio refinements.
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.