APX 1000 P25 Portable Radio - Motorola Solutions USA

APX™ 1000 P25 Portable Radio



Overview

APX1000
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  • APX 1000
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  • APX 1000

The APX 1000 provides a complete and complementary look and feel to the APX family of P25 TDMA radios. With a two-microphone design to reduce background noise and excellent RF coverage, the APX 1000 is engineered to give you the smallest P25 Phase 2 capable radio on the market today. Engineered with a simplified control top to ensure ease of use, the APX 1000 is the ideal solution for local government and public works users who require quality P25 functionality.

Features and Benefits

Compact design
Smallest P25 Phase 2 TDMA-capable radio available.

Full-size keypad
Simple to navigate and use.

Color display
High-contrast color display is easy to read in all kinds of light.

Multifunction knob
The multifunction knob is designed for ease of use by combining volume, channel, and ON/OFF settings in one.

Dual microphones
Dual microphone noise suppression technology locates the talker and cancels out any background noise.

AMBE vocoder
Equipped with the latest AMBE +2 digital voice vocoder.

Three radio models
Three radio models allow the user to select the device that best suits the end users environment.

Intelligent lighting
Uses color to notify you of the radio mode, potential emergencies, or specific events. Color alerts provide information at a glance.

Radio profiles
Adjust audio levels, lighting and tones through user selected or automated options. Whether on surveillance or working in bright sunlight, you can customize settings as needed.

Text messaging
Offers a freeform or canned messaging solution so you can efficiently and discreetly send and receive messages.

Voice announcement
Audible, pre-recorded voice file provides a description of the selected channel or zone.

Over-the-air programming
Motorola’s POP25 solution allows subscriber radios to be programmed over the air via the ASTRO 25 systems while remaining in the field.

P25 Phase 2 - TDMA
Twice the voice capacity, allowing additional users on the system without the need for additional frequencies or infrastructure.

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