Kenwood Two Way Radio Solutions
Kenwood entered the professional two-way market in 1978 and in 2001 released its first digital two-way radio transceiver operating on the P25 protocol.
By 2008, having jointly developed the NXDN™ digital protocol, Kenwood launched the NEXEDGE® advanced digital two-way radio system winning the prestigious Federation of Communications Services Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio Award in 2010. To date, there are over 2 million NEXEDGE® and NEXEDGE® ATEX certified devices in use with thousands of customers across hundreds of applications, from Mission Critical Public Safety to Business & Industry in over 160 countries.
Innovative multi-protocol solutions.
In line with its technology and protocol neutral stance, Kenwood’s digital line-up has been significantly expanded and now includes the revolutionary. The NX-3000 Series brings dual FDMA and TDMA technology, multi-protocol DMR, NEXEDGE NXDN capability and unsurpassed interoperability to a wide variety of applications as it supports analogue FM and two different digital protocols concurrently in a single radio.
License Free TK-3501 hand portable.
The TK-3501 is a lightweight, IP54 and US MIL-STD standard-compliant license-free PMR446 UHF transceiver, at just 25.5mm* thick it fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. Drawing on Kenwood’s expertise as an audio specialist, the TK-3501 offers crisp, clear audio resulting in dependable communications even in harsh operating conditions. Features include:
- 16 channels PMR446 8 frequencies 16ch (tones)
- Power-saving design = longer operation
Low Tier DMR – Kenwood NX-1000 hand portables.
Mid/High Tier – NX-3000
hand portable and mobile series.
The NX-3000 Series offers future-proof flexibility with support for both NXDN and DMR digital protocols as well as FM analogue – all in a single radio. A desired digital protocol can be selected, giving you the freedom to migrate to digital at your own pace. Features include:
- Integrated GPS for location management
- Text messaging
- Over-the-air programming (OTAP) and over-the-air alias (OAA)
Kenwood TKR-D710 / TKR-810 repeaters.
The Kenwood DMR range of digital base station / repeaters offer the capability to accommodate more channels or user groups and operate across a longer range or wider area in a cost effective communications infrastructure for single-site/local area applications. They share benefits of digital radio communications in providing increased range, improved sound quality and advanced security capabilities. Features include:
- 6 backlit programmable functions keys
- Call interruption
- Inter-site voice/Data message call
- 10 console connections / 100 groups
- Encryption pass-through