UNICATION P25 SOLUTIONS:
G-Series P25 Voice Pagers
One Device Supports Multiple Communication Systems
G-SERIES KEY FEATURES:
Public Safety's First & ONLY P25 Digital Voice Pager!
Supports multiple system protocols:
Analog 2-Tone (G2,G3, and G5)
P25 Trunking Phase I & Phase II
Single/Dual Band models in VHF, UHF, 700-800 MHz
Up to 512 Channels and 4 Scan Modes (Free, Silent, Normal, Priority)
IP67 RATING - Waterproof & Dustproof
100+ Minutes Voice Storage/ Voice Memo
P25 VOICE PAGING ALLOW FIRE DEPARTMENTS TO...
RECEIVE 2-TONE PAGES AND P25 RADIO COMMUNICATIONS WITH A SINGLE DEVICE
CHOOSE A FUTURE-PROOF SOLUTION THAT A SUPPORTS BOTH ANALOG AND DIGITAL NETWORKS
COMMUNICATE WITH SURROUNDING DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES FOR IMPROVED MUTUAL AID
G-Series P25 Voice Pager Model Comparison
Single or Dual Band?
VHF (136-174 MHz)
UHF-C (400-470 MHz)
UHF-D (450-512 MHz)
VHF & UHF-C (400-470 MHz)
VHF & UHF-D (450-512 MHz)
VHF & 700-800 MHz
UHF-C & 700-800 MHz
UHF-D & 700-800 MHz
Supports Analog 2-Tone?
A major benefit of migrating from Analog to P25 paging is the substantial savings offered by G-Series Voice Pagers, when compared with the staggering costs to repair/replace an aging analog network (including cost of infrastructure replacement, site maintenance, and utility costs).
When Police move to a new P25 radio system, Firefighters may find they can no longer hear radio traffic after their initial callout, leaving them in the dark until arriving on scene. The G-Series P25 Voice Pager allows you to receive 2-Tone pages and monitor P25 radio communications with a single device.
Agencies running mutual aid with surrounding departments/counties who use different networks can now communicate with each other using G-Series P25 Voice Pagers to receive communications across multiple systems in dual frequency bands in VHF, UHF and 700-800MHz.
In areas planning system upgrades, local agencies who need equipment risk purchasing technology that won't be supported in the future. G-Series P25 Voice Pagers allow users a future proof option that supports 2-tone analog & P25 digital communications on VHF/UHF/7-800 MHz frequencies.
Whether addressing true shortcomings with a current paging environment, or seeking a practical and logical evolution of technology, below are some of the most commonly expressed reasons for choosing P25 are...