From the PD705, with its impressive, durable chassis, to the PD785 with its large color display and full keyboard, this series stands out thanks to its user-friendly design and great feature site, ideal to grab and go.
Improved Utilization of the Frequency Spectrum
The PD7 series can be used in Hytera pseudo-trunking mode. This assignment of the available bandwidth, with double the number of channels, leads to more availability within the same assigned frequencies in DMR systems, compared to analogue.
Versatile – Supports Digital and Analogue Operating Modes
The radios in the PD7 series oer both an analogue mode and a digital mode and are compatible with analogue radio systems; therefore migration to digital is made simple with the PD7 series. Along with conventional DMR (DMR Tier II), the radios also support analogue trunked radio as per MPT1327 and DMR trunked radio
(Tier III) via chargeable licence. In addition, they can be used in Hytera XPT and simulcast systems.
— Versatile voice calls: Individual call, group call, broadcast call, emergency call
— Every radio is available as a GPS variant (request the model with a ‘G’). Support of
— GIS applications such as AVL and telemetry as well as display of the distance and
direction of other GPS radios (PD755G and PD785G).
— Data Services: Text messages, group text messages, control via API
— Encryption with 40 bit as per DMRA, or optionally with 128 and 256 bit.
— Dierent analogue dialing methods: HDC1200, DTMF, 2-tone and 5-tone dialing,
squelch method, tone-coded CTCSS / CDCSS
— Emergency calls, Man Down alarm (‘G’ version only) and lone worker function— Vibration function
— Supplementary services, radio check, remote monitor, call alert,
— One-touch functions (incl. text messages, voice calls and supplementary services)
— Scanning (analogue, digital or mixed)
— Automatic cell re-selection (roaming) in IP multi-site systems
— Upgrade software to protect your investment and access the latest features. It is
possible to activate other digital and analogue operating modes by changing the firmware software.