TYT MD-390 DMR UHF 400-480 Waterproof IP-67 Amateur Two Way Radio with GPS Function and Programming Cable
GPS Operation! Upgraded!
Frequency band: UHF: 400-480MHz
Large Capacity Battey with 2200mAh:
Continuous use for about 2 hours; Normal use for about 9-12 hours; Standby time
for about 150 hours
IP67 waterproof function: can stay for about 30 minutes 1m underwater
Color LCD display
Text messages in digital mode
Up to 1000 channels
Compatible with Mototrbo Tier I&II
DTMF decoding and encoding
Updated software available for new features
Private call, group call, all call in digital mode.
Operate in both Digital&Analogue mode, allows easily migrate from analogy to digital
Provide clearer voice communications in digital mode, throughout the coveerage area.
Frequency Range: UHF: 400-480MHz
Channel: 1000 Channels
Channel Spacing: 12.5KHz
Operating Voltage: 7.4V
Battery Type: Li-ion
Operating Temperature: -30+60
Store Temperature: -40+85
Antenna Impedence: 50Ω
Audio Output Power: ≤1000mW 16Ω
Battery Capacity: 2200mAh standard Li-ion Battery
Dimemsion (H*W*D): 131*61*36*(Not Including Antenna)
Output Power: High: ≤5W (HI) Low: ≤1W (Low)
Frequency Stability: ±1.0PPM
Adjacent Channel Power: ≤-60dB
Free Time Slot Power: TDMA: ≤57dBm
Hum and Noise: -40dB 12.5KHz
Spurious Radiation: Antenna: 9KHz-1GHz ≤-36dBm
FM Modulation Mode: 12.5KHz: 11K0F3E
4FSK Digital Mode: 12.5KHz(data ony): 7K60FXD
12.5KHz(data + voice): 7K60FXE
Modulation Maximum Deviation: 2.5JHz 12.5KHZ
Nonactive Slot Power: -57dBm
Analog Sensibility: 0.35uV/ -116dBm(20dB SINDA)
0.22uv/ -120dBm (Type)
Digital Sensibility: 0.3uV/ -117.4dBm(BER 5%)
0.22uV/ -110dBm(BER 1%)
Co-channel Rejection: ≥-12dB
Rated Audio Power: 1W
Rated: Audio Distoration: 3%(Type)
1* TYT MD390 Plus GPS function Radio
1* Li-ion Battery
1* Belt Clip
1* High Quality Earphone
1* User Manual
1* Programming Cable&CD
Enter the digital age in style with the Tytera MD-390 Plus DMR Digital Portable Two Way Radio! The MD-390 offers amazingly clear, full quieting digital voice communications without walloping your wallet. It operates in analog and digital modes so you can ease into the realm of DMR at your leisure without leaving the comfort of good old analog. It operates on 400-480MHz frequencies (UHF model) or 136-174MHz VHF (VHF model) at up to 5 watts and uses Time-Division Multiple-Access (TDMA) digital technology to double the number of users on a single 12.5kHz channel at either high or low power. The most important thing is it has GPS function.
The MD 390 has an impressive 1000 channels to start you off right. It has a two-color LED, built-in CTCSS/DCS, channel scan, priority scan and a DTMF keypad with full access to a menu of all its powerful features.
Need calling features? The MD-390 has Private Call, Group Call and All Call for all the flexibility expected from true a digital radio. Add in a lone worker mode, power save mode, low power alarm, and emergency alarm and you have a feature packed portable that rivals comparable DMR radios at twice the price!
But for all its amazing features, the most notable is the display. The TYT MD-390 is equipped with a color LCD display that is large, clear, and easy on the eyes. It gives text, graphics and text messages a professional ambience that rivals many other digital handheld radios costing hundreds more!
As for accessories, no worries. The MD-390 uses a standard Kenwood 2-pin (K1) connector, so you can add headsets, earbuds, speaker mics and other audio accessories as needed.
The Tytera MD-390 digital radio uses Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Tier 2 Standard protocol. It is compatible with the popular MOTO TRBO series Tier I and II using standard encryption, as well as other makes and models of DMR supported radios. It is also compatible with any existing analog two-way radio operating on the supported UHF frequencies for easy migration to digital technology.
What is IP67?
IP means Ingress Protection;
6: Dust Tight. No ingress of dust; complete protection against contact.
7: Immersion up to 1m Ingress of water in harmful quantity shall not be possible when the enclosure is immersed in water under defined conditions of pressure and time (up to 1 m of submersion).