Motorola Walkie Talkie GP339 ham radio transceiver
Place of Origin:Malaysia
Dimensions:137 mm x 57.5 mm x 37.5 mm
Frequency Range:136-174 MHz /403-470 MHz
Sealing::Withstands rain testing per MIL-STD 810 C / D / E and IP54
Frequency separation::Full bandsplit
Channel spacing:: 12.5/20/25kH
Supports 5-tone Selective Signalling Standards. The radio software encompasses Private Line and 5-tone selective signalling which include ZVEI, Modified ZVEI, French Modified ZVEI, 20ms CCIR, 70ms CCIR, 100ms CCIR and EEA signalling system that enhance productivity. These radios also offer users the flexibility to program their own “user-defined” signalling standards into the radio.
Motorola’s unique voice compression technology, X-Pand and LLE, assures you of stronger and crisper audio quality while reducing unwanted background noises.
Existing capabilities can be expanded in the field by increasing the choice of option boards. This includes the voice storage board that allows users to store, retrieve and delete voice messages easily as well as the mandown board which is the perfect solution for any lone work. This is done by triggering the emergency procedure in situations where the radio is horizontal or still for longer than a pre-programmed time.
Easy to read 14-character alpha-numeric dot matrix text display, you are able to identify the caller by just one glance on the LCD.
Equipped with LCD display, users will be warned on low battery strength through the LCD display indicator.
Enables users to access up to 100 pre-programmed numbers in the contact list; displayed either in alphabetic or numeric formats. A total of nine tones can be tagged to the pre-programmed numbers providing caller – identification.
Mobile Voting allows the GP339 to work smoothly on conventional multi-casts networks and permits the radio to automatically select (vote) the strongest signal ensuring the best audio quality is delivered to the user.
The Lone Worker feature provides added security and safety for individuals who work remotely from their team. The radio enters emergency mode if the user does not respond to the warning signal.
Freedom to communicate utilising a system or dispatcher for wide area coverage, or bypass and talk directly to another unit for easy local unit-to-unit communications.
The “Whisper” feature allows user to speak quietly into a radio and still be heard clearly.
Call Forward allows calls to be forwarded to another radio user if you are unable to answer your calls personall
American, Australia Standard, BRITISH, Chinese, Euro, Japanese, Korean