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Hytera PD705 / PD705G

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Excl. Tax: £235.00 Incl. Tax: £282.00

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Hytera PD705 / PD705G


The Hytera PD705 / PD705G meets all the requirements of the open ETSI standard DMR as well as MIL810-C/D/E/F/G and degree of protection IP67, therefore this handheld radio provides excellent features even in rough operating conditions.


Package contains: radio body, antenna, 2000mAh Li-Ion battery, switching power adapter, belt clip & leather strap, user manual.


*PLEASE NOTE: charger is not included but there is an option to add it.


Models: PD705V (VHF, no GPS, no Man-Down, power 1-5 watts), PD705U (UHF, no GPS, no Man-Down, power 1-4 watts), PD705GV (VHF, with GPS, with Man-Down, power 1-5 watts), PD705GU (UHF, with GPS, with Man-Down, power 1-4 watts).


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Excl. Tax: £235.00 Incl. Tax: £282.00

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Hytera PD705 / PD705G

Key Features:

  • Ergonomic design
  • Optionally analogue or digital operation
  • Versatile voice calls: individual call, group call, broadcast call, emergency call
  • Control of the radio via API
  • Different analogue dialling methods: HDC1200, DTMF, 2-tone and 5-tone dialling), Squelch procedure/tone call, CTCSS/CDCSS
  • Supplementary services: Radio Check, Remote Monitor, Call Alert, Radio Disable/Enable
  • Scanning of analogue voice and signalling, of digital voice and data, mixed scanning of analogue and digital activities
  • Automatic cell re-selection (roaming) in IP multisite systems
  • Analogue scrambling
  • Secure encryption with encryption algorithm ARC4 (40 bit) in accordance with DMRA or with optional algorithms AES128 and AES256 (128 and 256 bit)
  • Upgradeable software

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Manufacturer Hytera

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