UNICATION P25 SOLUTIONS:
G-Series P25 Voice Pagers
One Device Supports Multiple Communication Systems
G-SERIES KEY FEATURES:
The Industry’s ONLY P25 Digital Voice Pager
Supports multiple system protocols
P25 Trunking (Phase I & Phase II)
Single/Dual Band models in VHF, UHF, 700-800MHz
Up to 512 Channels and 4 Scan Modes (Free, Silent, Normal, Priority)
IP67 RATING - Waterproof & Dustproof
100+ Minutes Voice Storage & Voice Memo
G-SERIES P25 VOICE PAGING SOLUTIONS ALLOW FIRE DEPARTMENTS TO...
RECEIVE 2-TONE PAGES AND MONITOR P25 RADIO TRAFFIC WITH ONE DEVICE
MIGRATE FROM A 2-TONE NETWORK TO A P25 RADIO NETWORK
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?
One of the key benefits of migrating to P25 Paging is the cost savings many agencies will realize when faced with repair/replacement of an aging Analog network. Some of these costs include network infrastructure replacement, maintenance, and site/utility costs.
When Police radio communications move to P25, Fire Departments may find they cannot monitor radio traffic on the P25 system, leaving them in the dark after receiving the initial call out. G-Series allows Firefighters to receive 2-Tone pages and monitor P25 communications with one 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 future system upgrades, local agencies with equipment needs risk purchasing technology that won't be supported much longer. With the G-Series P25 Dual Band model, users can continue receiving 2-tone over VHF/UHF on a device that also supports digital P25 .
Whether addressing true shortcomings with a current paging environment, or seeking a practical and logical evolution of technology, some of the most common reasons for moving paging to P25 are...