XTS 5000 Digital Portable Radio

The XTS 5000 is the toughest and most advanced interoperable digital portable radio Motorola makes. It assures high-quality communication through a robust design that stands up to the most demanding environments. Enhanced spectrum utilization and seamless integration deliver a clear, crisp signal, even in congested urban areas or dispersed rural regions. The radio is IP-enabled, offering a full array of sophisticated features and progressive technology.

XTS5000

Features

    Advanced emergency capability
    • Keeps emergency calls viable, even when unit is switched off.
    • Allows emergency communication without depressing the PTT button

    Enhanced audio
    Delivers a clear signal via noise reduction software. 

    Interoperable voice signalling
    Complies with APCO P25 standards. 

    Audible channel announcement
    Uses a pre-recorded voice file to describe channels or talk groups as the user navigates. 

    POP25 access functionality
    Allows subscriber to access and update radio configuration over the air. 

    Durable design
    Meets military specs 810 C, 810 D, 810 E and 810 F, for resistance to shocks and extreme weather.

    Hardware and software encryption
    Prevents scanners, unwanted listeners and other interference. 

    Built-in FLASHport support
    Allows users to customise with new software. 

    Customer programming software
    Supports USB and RS-232 functionalities. 

    Three hardware models offer choice of display
    • Model I: Basic, with no display
    • Model II: Large bitmap display and navigation buttons
    • Model III: Large bitmap display and full keypad

    Rugged option
    Ensures operability in adverse conditions — even after being submerged in water.


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