Channel Capacity: TP620 32 Ch. / TP660 1000 Ch.
Frequency Range: 136-174MHz - 400-470MHz
Channel Spacing - Analogue: 12.5/25KHz / Digital: 12.5KHz
Digital Vocoder: AMBE +2
Power Output: VHF 5/1W - UHF 4/1W
Audio Output :1.6W
The TP620/660 are strictly designed to meet IP67 and MIL-810 C/D/E/F/G standards ensuring good performance in potentially harsh environments
Two-time slot transmission increases transmit time by 40% increasing talk time length. The standard 2000mAh Li-ion battery ensures at least 14 continuous working hours in analogue mode and 16 hours in digital mode.
Improved Audio Quality
Digital error-correction technology rejects noise and static providing consistent audio quality throughout its coverage area. The AMBE+2 vocoder further improves speech communication via the 1.6W audio output 40mm diameter speaker ensuring loud crisp voice communication.
Higher Channel Capacity
The TP620/660 can work with a single repeater to offer twice the traffic capacity without relicensing, which means two voice communications or one voice communication and one data transmission can transmit at the same time on one channel.
Migrate at Your Own Pace
TP620/660 radios can operate both in analogue and digital mode by channel selection or by mixed mode scanning. The TP620/660 can be used on an existing analogue system and when your budget allows, move to digital at your own pace.
Versatile Call Functionality
TP620/660 versatile call functionality includes individual call, all call, group call, emergency call, radio enable & disable, remote monitor, radio check, call alert.
Text messaging offers a quite communication choice. You can choose up to a maximum of 50 preset dealer programmable messages or write free-form messages directly from the front keypad. (TP660 only).
The built-in 16bit digital encryption technology makes sure only the intended person can hear your conversation, making it one of the most secure radios available without an upgrade.
Specifications are subjected to change without notice. Typographical errors are not binding.
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