Icom IP730D/740D LTE/digital transceiver
Icom has introduced a hybrid LTE/digital transceiver that integrates wide-area licence-free LTE communications with traditional digital/analog wireless communication in a single handheld device.
Users choose which system to communicate with by simply pressing the Main or Sub PTT button. Or, push both at once to address two groups at the same time.
LTE mode provides secure, private push-to-talk communication over 3G/4G networks. This system provides coverage where conventional radio systems may not reach, limited only by the user’s cellular networks. Speak and listen at the same time with TalkListen functionality for a more ‘telephone’ like call. An integrated GPS receiver provides position data over LTE mode, which can be monitored with GPS mapping software.
Conventional VHF/UHF digital radio mode offers all the benefits of IDAS NXDN digital radio: individual, group and all calls, digital voice scrambler, over-the-air programming.
To keep users safe, an emergency button transmits emergency signals over both LTE and IDAS modes. Man Down, Lone Worker and Motion/Stationary Detection emergency modes are included.
The UHF IP740D can also be programmed with CB channels to enable simple, local communications in the same device as the user’s LTE network and private commercial channels.
The VE-PG4 RoIP gateway enables further expansion and integration with existing equipment such as Satellite PTT, WLAN Radios, IP Phones and other radio networks.
Built to Icom quality standards, both the IP730D and IP740D have a waterproof and dust-tight rating of IP67 and meet MIL-STD-810 specifications.
For more information: https://www.icomjapan.com/lineup/products/IP730D_IP740D/.
Phone: 03 9549 7500
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