The IC-F4263D-H handheld radio combines a rugged, waterproof and dust proof construction with an in-built GPS receiver and IDAS technology.
IDAS, the company’s digital platform, is based on NXDN Frequency-Division Multiple Access (FDMA) technology. This provides users with an advantage, especially when operating on an ultra-narrowband 6.25kHz bandwidth, as it provides two distinct channels in each 12.5 kHz slot, rather than one channel with two time slots.
In addition to being MIL-STD 810 approved, the radio is also rated to IP67 ingress protection standards, making it not only dustproof, but also waterproof to a one-metre depth for 30 minutes.
The radio has a backlit dot-matrix LCD, 14-pin accessory connector and rechargeable lithium-ion battery (10+ hours typical use). The in-built GPS allows users to send position information with voice or data messages to dispatch stations with compatible third party software installed.
The radio features 512 channels with 128 zones and is switchable between 5, 2 and 1 W. The internal speaker has an audio output power of 800 mW. A lone worker function is included, which sends an emergency signal if the radio is not operated within a designated timeframe. A dedicated emergency button is also included and emergency signals can be sent with GPS data, alerting dispatch stations to the position of the radio.
Other features include multiple scan functions, voice scrambling for secure communications and two- and five-tone signalling, for selective calling, silent stand-by and radio stun/kill/revive functions. The radio is also MDC1200 compatible.
Contact AA Radio for more information on ICOM products.August 3, 2012 4:53 am
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