Durable P25 Interoperability Mobile Analog Radio
The conventional VX-7200 P25 Mobile Analog Radio Series meets APCO P25 standards for interoperability and is built with enhanced performance capabilities for dependable public safety and government communications.
P25 Digital Mode Capabilities:
Supports selective calling, Talk Group IDs (TGID), Network Access Codes, Individual ID lists and Paging Group lists for flexible communications.
Options available to support both Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and Data Encryption Standard (DES) as required by APCO Project 25. Multiple encryption keys can be stored in the radio.
Seamlessly switch between analog to P25 digital mode on each channel based on call type received and on programming for transmit.
Enhanced Voice Quality
Featuring the AMBE+2 Vocoder, get exceptional voice quality. Suppresses background noise and improves clarity of radio transmission.
The RSSI indicator emits an audible alert when the receive signal strength drops to a level not suitable for reliable communications.
When Safety Counts
In P25 digital mode, the VX-7200 LED will flash a white alert when an emergency signal is received. As with all Vertex Standard mobile analog radios, the VX-7200 includes built-in Emergency alert in any mode for enhanced safety. A panic button can be triggered from the front panel to alert the dispatcher when problems arise. The VX-7200 also has an internal emergency microphone that can transmit should the regular microphone become damaged or unusable.
Convenient Calling Options
In analog mode, the VX-7200 provides 2-tone encode and multiple 2-tone decode to alert callers within a group, along with DTMF ANI and DTMF paging for additional calling options.
Exclusive Auto-Range Transpond System (ARTS)
Always know your connection status. Only Vertex Standard radios are designed to inform you when you and another ARTS-equipped radio are within communication range. If out of range, your radio senses no signal has been received and beeps to alert you. A great solution to keep your workers coordinated.
FCC Narrowbanding Compliant
Meets the FCC Part 90 requirement for using 12.5 kHz channels by January 1, 2013.