(ORLANDO, FL – March 4, 2015) – At Heli-Expo 2015, Technisonic Industries Ltd., an industry leader in the development, manufacture, and support of special-mission airborne communications systems, announces the completion and first deliveries of its newest fully P25 Phase I and Phase II compliant radio, the TDFM-9100.
Developed to fulfill the ongoing need of EMS and Special Mission operators, the TDFM-9100 is the only two module, Phase II airborne radio to offer operators complete P25 bandwidth capability. The TDFM-9100 is Dzus panel-mounted and is completely self-contained (with no remote mount box) in a compact 3.0-inch-high, 5.75-inch-wide, 8.0-inch-deep chassis.
Following the same successful design and scalability of all 9000 series models, customers can define the number, style, and bandwidths needed for their particular mission. Available in either a single or dual transceiver configuration, the 9100 allows a whole new group of operators and industries an affordable and P25 compliant solution to their airborne communications needs. Need more flexibility? Like all 9000 series radios, a fully functioning RC-9100 Remote Head is also available for rear cabin or mission stations.
Each TDFM-9100 transceiver can store 3,000 channels per module and be programmed to operate in digital or analog mode on a channel-by-channel basis. Each also independently supports SCAN across its entire frequency spectrum. Built-in audio switching allows multiple radio frequency (RF) modules to operate in either combined or separate transceiver configurations. The TDFM-9100 series transceivers support simulcast and cross-band repeat and can be programmed using a Motorola Customer Programming Software (CPS).
All the new 9000 series models offer a complete range of optional encryption protocols (Motorola ADP is standard on all available modules).
Technisonic’s airborne communications products are the system of choice for demanding tactical applications in the fields of Air Ambulance, Electronic News Gathering (ENG), Fire Suppression, Law Enforcement, and Army National Guard.