P25 interoperability tests successful

Friday, 22 May, 2009

Daniels Electronics and Icom America have completed interoperability testing between their P25 encrypted trunked products.

Daniels recently announced its P25 trunked radio system. Building on its family of MT-4E digital radios, the standalone trunked system is for public safety applications that require a single site that is compact, easy to transport, and offers rapid installation and low current consumption.

Fully compliant with the P25 suite of standards, the system is designed to interoperate with all P25 trunked handhelds and mobiles.

"The Icom IC-F9011B/S/T series portables and the IC-F9511S/T series mobiles have built-in analog conventional, P25 conventional and P25 trunking capability, making them forward and backward compatible. The mixed-mode operation allows operation on a mixed system with both analog and digital signals, and the radios feature multiple channel spacing options: 15/30 kHz (analog) and 12.5 kHz (P25 digital). This means most agencies can introduce P25 equipment without abandoning a legacy analog system.

To ensure interoperability with other brands of P25 equipment, both the portables and mobiles conform to the standard specifications for TIA/EIA TSB-102, CABC-A, Project 25 Interoperability Testing for Voice Operation in Trunked Systems.

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