Kenwood NX-3320

The NX-3000 Series portable radios are available in 3 configurations. Full keypad (NX-3320), Standard keypad (NX-3300), and Basic (without LCD or Keypad) models (NX-3200).

  • Digital & Analog
  • Integrated GPS for Location Management
  • Text Messaging
  • Bluetooth
  • Over the Air Programming
  • IP54
  • 7 Colour Light Bar Channel Indicator On Top

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Features

From enterprise- to operation-critical applications, the NX-3000 Series will shine in a host of different business categories. In addition to the great convenience afforded by a host of powerful features, optional software upgrades facilitate after-purchase enhancements to create a radio that perfectly matches specific customer requirements. And thanks to the NX-3000’s support for multiple protocols, it can be seamlessly integrated into an existing system, where it will instantly become an indispensable communications asset.

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. A desired digital protocol can be selected at will, giving you the freedom to migrate to digital or expand your digital environment further at your own pace. Also, it offers unique capability to add or delete functions at will.

NXDN Digital Protocol

Along with the narrow 12.5 kHz support, NXDN employs the very narrow 6.25 kHz bandwidth using FDMA technology, NXDN provides excellent spectrum efficiency, wide coverage and scalability. NXDN Type-C Trunking and Gen 2 Trunking offer flexibility and performance, including the ability to link up to 1,000 sites.

DMR Digital Protocol

If you are looking for a small, simple, cost-effective system, DMR is a fine choice. Thanks to 2-slot TDMA, DMR can obtain 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/5-tone, MDC-1200, and FleetSync® signaling.*2

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. Moreover, even more, advanced digital noise reduction is offered by KENWOOD microphones, such as the optional Speaker Microphone KMC-54WD with its dual-mic system that is designed to work with portable models featuring the 14-pin Universal Connector.

Optimizing Audio

It is possible to customize audio processing by adjusting the TX/RX audio equalizer, auto gain control, and audio profile in ANR. Noise reduction can set to be switched 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 such situations.

Auto Recording

When receiving a call while otherwise occupied, there are 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.

Knowing without Looking

Voice announcement will keep you informed of the new number of a changed zone/channel, function status and transceiver status when the PF button is pressed, as well as reception status. Announcements are made in any one of 11 languages, configured on the subscriber unit. Also, 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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