Kenwood ProTalk VHF Digital/Analog 16-Ch 5W 2-Way Portable Radio (151-159 MHz)

Kenwood ProTalk VHF Digital/Analog 16-Ch 5W 2-Way Portable Radio (151-159 MHz)

Kenwood ProTalk VHF Digital/Analog 16-Ch 5W 2-Way Portable Radio (151-159 MHz)

B&H # KENX240V16P MFR # NX-240V16P
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Kenwood's NX-240V16P portable radio operates in either analog FM or NXDN digital modes, offering a cost-effective way to migrate smoothly from legacy systems while discovering the benefits of advanced digital technology - including increased effective coverage area, low noise for superior clarity, and inherent secured voice. All this comes in a tough, compact radio that is easy to operate, delivers high-powered audio, and ensures round-the-clock reliability.

Key Features
  • Switchable digital and analog dual modes
  • Superior clarity
  • Enhanced audio quality
  • Frequency and QT/DQT/RAN
  • Programmable function keys
  • High security
  • Wireless cloning
  • Low battery warning
  • Voice annunciation
  • Key lock
Switchable digital and analog dual modes
The NX-240V16P is effectively two radios in one - analog and digital - operating in analog zones, and on NXDN in digital zones. For convenience, a PF key can be used to switch between zones.
Superior clarity
The NX-240V16P radio employs NXDN, an FDMA digital air interface with AMBE+2 voice coding technology, unique filtering and a 4-level FSK modulation technique with low bit error rate (BER) even at weak RF signal strengths. As RF signal strength weakens with distance, analog reception becomes increasingly noisy and intermittent. NXDN 's low BER improves reception in fringe areas, thereby effectively increasing coverage over analog.
Enhanced audio quality
AMBE+2 VOCODER technology accurately replicates natural human speech nuances for superior voice quality, even at highway speeds. Additionally, the powerful 36mm-diameter speaker delivers up to 1 watt audio output, providing undeniably clearer and crisper audio.
Frequency and QT/DQT/RAN
Users can program a ProTalk to any of the pre-stored frequencies, QT/DQT analog codes, RAN digital codes, thus assuring compatibility with other brands.
Programmable function keys
Both PF keys can be programmed for any of the many functions available, permitting customization to suit your specific requirements.
High security
Confidentiality in radio communications is a Kenwood priority, and helping to maintain a high level of security in analog mode is a 16-code voice inversion scrambler, while robust NXDN encryption is available with 32,767 selectable digital modes.
Wireless cloning
This feature simplifies the setting up of multiple ProTalk radios for identical functions, eliminating the need to customize individual radios.
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Kenwood ProTalk specs

General
Product Type Two-way radio
Two-Way Radio Form Factor Portable
Width 2.1 in
Depth 1.4 in
Height 4.8 in
Weight 9.91 oz
Radio System
Type VHF
Frequency Range 151 - 159 MHz
Channel Spacing 12.5 kHz, 6.25 kHz
Channels 32-channel
Power 1 watt / 5 watts
Sensitivity (12dB SINAD) 0.25 uV
Controls Power/volume knob, channel selector knob, push-to-talk (PTT) button
Radio System Features
Channel Scan Yes
Audible Call Alert Yes
Built-in Speaker Yes
Miscellaneous
Antenna External
Connections Headset jack
Protection Dustproof, waterproof
Compliant Standards MIL-STD 810E, MIL-STD 810F, MIL-STD 810D, MIL-STD 810G, MIL-STD 810C, IP54, IP55
Included Accessories Belt clip, power adapter
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature -22 F
Max Operating Temperature 140 F
Battery
Technology Rechargeable - lithium ion
Capacity 2000 mAh
Run Time (Up To) 10 hour(s)
Audible Battery Alert Yes
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support Limited warranty - 3 years

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