Hytera Launch the PDC760 Multi-mode Advanced Two Way Radio – the revolutionary DMR LTE hybrid device offers an ideal platform for critical voice and broadband data services. Providing a unified communication experience, this feature rich handset with multiple connectivity options is the perfect communication solution for critical situations.
The Hytera PDC760 Multi-mode Advanced Two Way Radio Radio operates on:
- Android Operating System
- PTT over Cellular
- DMR Tier II
- 1-4 watts
To arrange a demonstration, a quote or find out about the availability of the Hytera PDC 760 please contact DCRS
ACCESSORY OPTIONS – Optimise with high capacity power and charger options, as well as the impressive VM685 Video Speaker Microphone for media streaming.
DUAL BLUETOOTH – Bluetooth V4.2 delivers an enhanced data rate with low energy consumption through a secure connection for wireless connectivity.
QUICK CHARGING – The latest smart battery technology delivers quick charging, 3 times faster than regular batteries. 80% of the capacity can be charged in just 30 minutes, while full charge can be achieved in 1 hour.
OTAP – The Hytera Mobile Device Management (MDM) client can track device activity, push apps and updates over the air to your advanced radio fleet.
ROAMING – Traverse networks, moving from LTE to DMR and back seamlessly to ensure you always remain connected. Dual SIM slots as standard.
BROADBAND AND NARROWBAND CONVERGED – The narrowband switches between digital and analogue, the broadband supportS all mobile networks, and the two systems collaborate to guarantee a smooth communication.
Whats in the box?
- Hytera PDC760 Two way radio
- Li-ion Battery (2900mAh) – giving 17 hours talk time
- Standard Antenna
- Single Charger
- Leather Strap
- Belt Clip
- Colour Circle
- User Manual
- 24 months warranty (radio only)
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