P25 or NXDN™, the choice is yours.
The NX-5000 Series supports 2 digital CAIs — P25 (Phases 1 & 2) and NXDN™ – plus FM analog in a single radio. Unsurpassed interoperability is in your hands.
Freedom to migrate at your own pace
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.
P25 Phase 1&2
Digital CAI P25 is a digital CAI to ensure interoperability among public safety agencies. The NX-5000 Series is compatible with Phase 1 (conventional and trunked), and Phase 2 (trunked).
NXDN™ Digital CAI
NXDN™ is a very narrowband protocol employing 6.25/12.5 KHz FDMA technology. NXDN™ offers a variety of advantages including spectrum efficiency and stability, scalability, flexible channelization, and wider coverage area.
Automatic Call Identification
An NX-5000 Series radio automatically identifies a call signal – whether it’s P25, NXDN™, or FM analog – and transmits in the same mode received.
Enhanced Mixed Operation
Enhanced Mixed Zone allows any digital CAI and/or FM analog to reside in the same zone. Zone scan automatically sets all users in the same zone in the same RX/TX mode.
Full-color display and more
Integrated luminance sensor on a 2.55-inch (154 x 422 pixel) 65,536-color TFT display automatically adjusts the brightness of the backlight. On the screen, text data is shown in multi-line, as much as 5 lines.
Detachable front panel
The front panel can be removed and used as a remote controller. Also the Featured Panel* and RF Deck can be purchased separately to create Multiple Configurations.
Clear Communications Even in Noisy Environments.
In addition to sophisticated sound analysis and optimization technologies, these radios feature Active Noise Cancelling based on leading-edge digital technology to offer clear communications even in very noisy environments.
MIL-STD Environmental and Ingress Protection Standards
During the development stage, NX-5000 Series radios go through a number of stringent tests as shown below. As a result, the portable radios complying with IP67/68 immersion standards offer max. 2-hour protection at a depth of 1 meter*, while the mobile radios comply with IP54/55 dust/water ingress protection standards.
*Applies for IP68