Introducing the MOTOTRBO DP1400

This week, Motorola officially launched the MOTOTRBO DP1400 portable radio in the EMEA region. This simple and affordable portable two-way analogue/digital radio has 16 channels with MDC1200 and QCII signaling. Compatible with the MOTOTRBO family of radios, the DP1400 has superior audio quality, outstanding coverage, extended battery life and much more.

Customers who do not want, or are not ready yet for digital, can also choose the analogue-only DP1400 model, which gives you great voice communications today, with a path to crisp and clear digital voice communications later. All they will need is a simple software licence when the time comes.

This radio also makes use of some of the existing range of accessories for the Commercial Series. You and your customers will also notice some resemblance to the extremely popular CP140.

The radios support Transmit Interrupt decode. This enables a supervisor to interrupt the users conversation to deliver critical communication exactly when and where it’s needed. (Note: a DM1000 radio cannot send TXI, only decode it).

The radio can also be managed in the Radio Management Suite via a wired connection.  This allows you to program your customers radios quickly and efficiently, in batches to a standardized template, giving error-free results and optimized performance. (Note: OTAP is not supported in this model).

Dual Capacity Direct Mode allows you to utilize the power of the 2-slot TDMA DMR standard to double the capacity of your 12.5 kHz channel, even on simplex.

The radio is IP54 Dustproof and splashproof; MIL-STD810 compliant and have undergone Motorola's innovative ALT regime, so your customers can work with confidence in challenging environments.

Whatever your needs, the DP1400 provides a simple, reliable, cost-effective communication solution to help work teams, coordinate and collaborate to get the job done. To find out more about the DP1400, click here.

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