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   One Radio - Multi-Protocol
                                                      NXDN DMR
FM Analog
                                                   Customize at Will
The NX-3000 Series offers future-proof flexibility with support for both NXDN and DMR digital protocols as well as FM analog – all in a single radio. The desired digital protocol may be selected, giving you the freedom to migrate to digital or expand your digital environment.
NXDN Digital Protocol
NXDN supports both channel bandwidths of 12.5 kHz and 6.25 kHz bandwidth using FDMA technology. NXDN provides excellent spectrum efficiency, wide coverage and scalability. NXDN Type-C Trunking and Gen2 Trunking offer flexibility and performance, including the ability to link to more than 1,000 sites.
DMR Digital Protocol
DMR is a great choice for a simple, cost effective system where capacity is required. Thanks to 2-slot TDMA, DMR offers 2 talk paths within 12.5 kHz bandwidth, effectively doubling the capacity for a single license and/or repeater.
FM Analog
FM analog protocol is offered in 25 kHz*1 and narrow 12.5 kHz channel spacing. Conventional and LTR systems are available, with QT/DQT, DTMF, 2-tone,
MDC-1200, and FleetSync® signaling.
*1 Some limitations apply in certain regions when configuring wide channel spacing.
Clear and Confident
 Active Noise Reduction (ANR)
KENWOOD’s ANR can discriminate between voice and noise, making full use of DSP to eliminate ambient noise so that the caller appears to be talking in a noiseless environment. Even more advanced digital noise reduction is offered in KENWOOD microphones, such as the optional Speaker Microphone KMC-54WD with its dual-mic system designed to work with portable models featuring the 14-pin Universal Connector.
Audio Optimization
Audio processing may be customized by the adjustment of the TX/ RX audio equalizer, auto gain control, and the audio profile using ANR. Noise reduction can be set to switch off automatically when the background noise level is sufficiently low that it doesn’t impact communications; this Low Noise Level Adjustment function ensures there will be no deterioration in audio quality in these situations.
Auto Recording
When receiving a call there is a chance you could miss a name, number or other key information. In such cases, Auto Recording is handy as it records and plays back past conversations.
Voice Prompts
Voice announcement will keep you informed of a newly selected zone/channel, function and when a PF button is pressed, as well as reception status. Announcements are made in any one of 11 languages, configured in the subscriber unit. Among several user-programmable functions is the ability to prerecord any phrase and add it to the
built-in Voice Announcement Library for guidance. Voice guidance includes zone/channel name, button function on/off status, transceiver status, and other phrases registered with the status list.

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