Digital Systems

Beyond the edge of what is possible now…

Information subject to change without prior notice or obligation DECEMBER 2007
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NEXEDGE Branding
Beyond the edge of what is possible now….
The wireless business is on the edge of change - unlike anything the we have seen before. At times like this, you can either adjust to the future after it has arrived, or you can anticipate what's next.

We chose to anticipate what's next and to look beyond the edge of what possible now with a product line so different that it can only be named - NEXEDGE.

Experience the edge of technology
•Full Trunking Capability •Analog to Digital Migration •Analog to Digital Migration
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Spectrum Efficient
• NEXEDGETM Equipment- Ready Today & Tomorrow
– – – – FM Analog @ 25 & 12.5 kHz Channels NXDN™ Digital @ 12.5 & 6.25 kHz Channels Compliant with current frequency assignments Easily converts to very narrow bandwidths in the future

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NXDN™ Digital Air Interface

NXDN™
– – – – Created with optimized DSP coding, AMBE+2™ VOCODER, unique filtering/offsets 4-Level FSK modulation technique 4800 bps signal rate (operates on very narrow 6.25 & narrow 12.5 kHz channels) 9600 bps signal rate (operates on narrow 12.5 kHz channels only) - Available 2010

FDMA (Frequency Division Multiple Access)
– Users accesses spectrum via the frequency domain – One user occupies one frequency (1 voice path @ channel)

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NXDN™ Digital Air Interface
• Natural Sounding Digital Voice
– AMBE+2™ VOCODER - state of the art voice digitization technology – Replicates natural human speech nuances accurately unlike early technologies – Offer’s superior voice quality at varying signal strengths even at highway speeds

20 % or Better Range Than FM
– FM analog reception becomes increasingly noisier and intermittent in fringe areas – NXDN’s low BER improves reception in fringe areas – Increases effective range as much as twenty percent over FM

Audio Quality

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Min Quality 12dB SINAD (FM) 3% BER (Digital)

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NXDN™ Digital Air Interface
Spectrum Efficient NXDN 12.5 kHz
12.5 Ch emission mask

NXDN 6.25 kHz

12.5 kHz
FDMA 1 voice path @ CH
12.5 KHz “efficiency”

6.25 kHz
FDMA 1 voice path @ CH
6.25 KHz “efficiency”
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FCC Certified Emissions
Emission Designator 16K0F3E 11K0F3E 14K4F1D (note 1, 2) 8K30F1E 8K30F1D 8K30F7W 8K10F1E (note 2) 8K10F1D (note 2) 4K00F1E 4K00F1D 4K00F7W 4K00F2D
Note 1: NX-700/800 mobile only Note 2: not for NXR-700/800
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CH Bandwidth Emission Description 25 kHz FM Analog Voice 12.5 kHz 25 kHz 12.5 kHz 12.5 kHz 12.5 kHz 12.5 kHz 12.5 kHz 6.25 kHz 6.25 kHz 6.25 kHz 6.25 kHz FM Analog Voice FM Digitized Non-voice FM Digitized Voice FM Digitized Non-voice

Use Analog voice Analog voice FM Ext modem @ 9600bps GMSK (excpet NXR) 4LFSK NXDN 9600 bps voice 4LFSK NXDN 9600 bps data

FM Digitized Voice/Non-Voice combined NXDN 9600 bps voice + GPS data 4LFSK FM Digitized Voice FM Digitized Non-voice FM Digitized Voice FM Digitized Non-voice C4FM 9600 bps voice (reserved for future use ) C4FM 9600 bps data (reserved for future use) 4LFSK NXDN 4800 bps voice 4LFSK NXDN 4800 bps data

FM Digitized Voice/Non-Voice combined NXDN 4800 bps voice + GPS data 4LFSK FM Digitized Non-voice Part 90 analog CW ID @ 6.25 kHz

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NXDN™ Digital Air Interface

Large Unit ID & Group ID Range
– NXDN Protocol supports 60,000 UID’s and 60,000 GID’s
• UID # range: 1 to 60,000 • GID # range: 1 to 60,000

– – – –

Accommodates shared systems & large organizations Organize by agency, division, department, groups and individuals UID: Unit identification, private calls, system validation, system privileges GID: Group calling (e.g. dispatch, workgroup), system validation, system privileges

System UID/GID Capacity (varies per operational mode)
– Conventional Mode: 1,000 GID’s & 1,000 UID’s per site – Trunked Mode: 3000 GID’s & 3000 UIDs per site – Multi-site Network: 60, 000 GID’s & 60,000 UID’s per network

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Digital Common Features

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Digital Common
• 14-Character Alphanumeric Caller ID
– – – – Callers identified by UID name, GID name or both UID/GID Lists are pre-programmed in the NX subscriber units
• • • Incoming UID#/GID # matched with names and displayed Up to 1000 possible No need to pre-program a UID List name for every individual radio in a fleet

Over-the-Air-Alias (OAA) sends the UID Name in the air interface UID# / GID# are displayed as defaults (If not in a UID/GID List or OAA is not used)

Called Unit Receives: 1002 Calling UID: 1002 UID List: 1002 = MIKE (displayed)

Simplex Talk Around

Repeat Operation

Base Operation

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Digital Common
• Over-the-Air Alias (OAA)
– – – UID name text is sent over the air & displayed in a receiving units LCD No need to program every fleet UID name in every radios UID List OAA operates in talk around, base or repeater operations

Calling Unit UID 1002

OAA= MIKE

Called Unit Displays: MIKE

Simplex Talk Around

Repeat Operation

Base Operation

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Digital Common
• Paging Call
– – – Pages individual units like a beeper Select UID; make an Individual Call, press [Side2] sends page per press; called radio beeps Last 5 pages stored; unattended radios can review missed pages

Emergency
– – – – Declare an Emergency to an NX control station, NXR base, individual or group Emergency Key (portables & mobiles) Emergency Man-Down Tilt-Switch (portables) Emergency Footswitch Input (mobiles)

Remote Stun/Kill – Enables a dispatcher to temporarily or permanently disable a lost, stolen or compromised radio unit over the air for system security and personnel safety.
– – – Stun: Over air disables TX capability & RX audio Stun Off: Over air revives a stunned radio Kill: Over air disables all radio function (revived by complete re-programming)

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Voice Security
• • • NEXEDGETM offers voice security for personnel safety and reduced risk and liability exposure by protecting sensitive communications for your facilities and operations. Inherent level of security - NXDN™ digital air interface thwarts casual eavesdropping FM & NXDN Voice Security Options- Provides basic to very high level security

● -Included ○ -Option
Frequency Inversion (Included) Encryption Module Port (for analog aftermarket boards) Future release NXDN™ Scrambler (Included) AES Encryption Module Option (Available 2010)

FM NXDN Modes Modes

Security Level Low Basic to Very High

● ● ● ○

Basic Very High

New 15-bit key 32,767 codes

Sensitive Information: Commerce Operations Facilities Assets Precious Cargo Personal Info Customer Info

Adversaries

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Secure Information: •Competitiveness •Security & Safety •Liability & Risk Exposure •Law Enforcement OPS •Critical Infrastructure •Homeland Security

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Digital Conventional Mode

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Digital Conventional Mode
• NEXEDGETM Digital Conventional
– NX-200/300 Portables; NX-700/800 Mobiles
• Simplex or semi-duplex operation per channel

– NXR-700/800 Base Units
• Simplex Base, Full-Duplex Base or Repeater operation

– Conventional mode supports FM, NXDN or MIXED channel type
• Mixed: FM analog & digital units can share the same conventional channel

– 1,000 GID’s / 1,000 UID’s- Large ID capacity
• Accommodate large fleets and system sharing

Simplex Talk Around

Repeat Operation Base Operation

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Digital Conventional Mode
• “Mixed” Channel Type
– Subscriber and bases receive incoming FM or NXDN™ calls then talkback/repeat in the same mode received. – FM & NXDN™ conventional units can share the same RF channel.

FM FM DIGITAL DIGITAL

FM FM DIGITAL DIGITAL

Base Operation Simplex Talk Around

FM FM DIGITAL DIGITAL

FM FM DIGITAL DIGITAL

Repeat Operation
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Digital Conventional Mode
• RAN (Radio Access Number Range: 1-63)
– NXDN Conventional “digital equivalent” of QT/DQT in FM Conventional for:
• • • • Repeater access Audio muting Busy Channel Lockout control Individual & Group Selective Call decode

– NXR-700/800 Base Unit:
• Includes repeater control with 16 RAN capacity for sharing site with 16 users groups

Simplex Talk Around

Repeat Operation

Base Operation

QT/DQT: a.k.a.; CTCSS/DCS, PL/DPL, CG/DCG
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Digital Conventional Mode
• • • Group Selective Call: Fleets, sub-fleet & dispatch calls Individual Selective Call: Individual unit calls Similar operation as FleetSync® selective call
CALLING UNIT GROUP SELCALL
Method A • Press GROUP CALL Key • Select GID (GID List) • PTT to Call Method B (SELCALL @ PTT= GROUP CALL) • PTT to Call

CALLED UNIT GROUP SELCALL
• Alerts (opt) / LED Flash (opt.) • Caller ID displayed •PTT to Answer

INDIVIDUAL SELCALL
•Alerts (opt) / LED Flash (opt.) •Caller ID displayed •PTT to Answer
Method B: SELCALL@ PTT can be used for either GROUP or INDIVIDUAL SELCALL, but not both.

INDIVIDUAL SELCALL
Method A • Press IND. CALL Key • Select UID (UID List) • PTT to Call Method B (SELCALL @ PTT= IND CALL) • PTT to Call

SIMPLE CALL OPERATION
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Digital Trunked Mode

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Digital Trunked Mode
• NEXEDGETM Digital Trunking
– – – – Faster access / Less user operation required than conventional systems Increased call capacity via trunked efficiency Enhanced calling capabilities System access privileges and improved security

Simplex TA (Conventional NXDN or FM Channel)

Ethernet Switch

Repeat Operation

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Digital Trunked Mode
• Fast System Access
– Automatic channel selection. No user monitoring is required

Enhanced Efficiency
– – Users share a pool of channels per site Experiences less busies during peak hours

Up to 30 Channels @ Site
– Sites can be configured from two to 30 channel for full trunked efficiency.

Ethernet Switch

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Digital Trunked Mode
• Transmission Trunking – A Traffic Channel (TC) is acquired every PTT. The TC is released upon PTT release. – Benefit: Frees system resources between PTT exchanges for other users – Trade-off: Two-way conversations may be interrupted by temporary system busies. Message Trunking – A TC is acquired on the initial PTT and held after PTT release for called units to respond. If no activity is detected during a programmed hold time, the TC is released. – Benefit: Uninterrupted two-way conversations. – Trade-off: Less system resources are available to other calls.
Ethernet Switch

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Digital Trunked Mode
• • • 3,000 GID’S: Large talk group capacity for fleet dispatch operations. 3,000 UID’S: Large unit ID capacity for private unit-to-unit calling. Call Queuing
– – System can automatically put calls in a queue when all Traffic Channels are busy Calls are processed when a traffic channel becomes available

8 Priority Levels with Pre-emption
– – Processes calls queue in order of priority (UID COS). Pre-emption re-allocates a talk channel for high priority calls (e.g. dispatcher, supervisor, emergencies).

Ethernet Switch

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Digital Trunked Mode
• • Group Calls: Talk Group calling for fleets, sub-fleets & dispatch operations Individual Calls: Private unit-to-unit calling

CALLING UNIT GROUP CALL
• PTT to Call Calls current or selected GID

CALLED UNIT GROUP CALL
• Alerts (opt) / LED Flash (opt.) • Caller ID displayed •PTT to Answer

INDIVIDUAL CALL
• Press IND. CALL Key • Select UID (UID List) • PTT to Call

INDIVIDUAL CALL
• Alerts (opt.) / LED Flash (opt.) • Caller ID displayed •PTT to Answer

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SIMPLE CALL OPERATION

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Digital Trunked Mode
• Priority Monitor ID 1 & 2 – Automatically collects subscriber units to a high priority GID call (e.g. dispatcher, supervisor) even if on a low priority GID call. Late Entry- Permits subscriber units to join a call already in progress after powering on or entering system coverage. Broadcast Call- A “one-way call” to a GID talk group for priority alerts and emergencies in which units cannot respond (select target GID, Press BC key, Press PTT, the GID is BC called).

Ethernet Switch

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Digital Trunked Mode
• Fail Soft Mode* - If trunking capability is disabled, the control channel reverts to conventional operation so basic communications can continue. Control Channel & Traffic Channel Switching
– – If a CC logic unit is disabled the system automatically assigns a TC as a new CC If a TC logic unit is disabled the system automatically removes it from service.

Remote GID Add* (PC Serial control)
– – – Adds a new GID to subscribers remotely over-the-air Form a workgroup for emergencies, mutual aid, and special events, operations or incidents. A reset operation can delete the GID over-the-air

Ethernet Switch

*Features available for both single and multi-site releases 2H2008

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Multi-Site IP Networks

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Multi-Site IP Networks
• The NEXEDGETM network option leverages the power of IP to link digital trunked sites together for wide area call capabilities.

System Manager (IP connection)

Repeat Operation

Wide area Calling

IP Connection

Router

Ethernet Switch

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Multi-Site IP Networks
• 16 Site @ Network Capacity – Multiple trunked sites linked together as one network – 16 Sites @ network (2Q2008) – For campus, citywide, countywide, regional or inter-state communications. 48 Site Future Release
System Manager (IP connection)

IP Connection

Router

Ethernet Switch

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Multi-Site IP Networks
• LAN/WAN Connectivity
– Scalable networks created over existing IT assets, private microwave, spread spectrum links or carrier services.

Off-the-Shelf 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Switching & Routers
– – Uses standard IT networking equipment No proprietary servers, gateways or audio switching hardware required

Virtual Private Network- Inter-site routing uses VPN tunneling providing an encrypted and authenticated secure communications link within any IP network.
System Manager (IP connection)

IP Connection

Router

Ethernet Switch

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Multi-Site IP Networks
• • 60,000 GID’s & 60,000 UID’s @ Network
– Large total capacity for shared networks and large fleets.

Automatic Roaming
– Subscriber units automatically search for the best sites while moving throughout a network. – Accurate roaming and registration decisions are based on control channel hunt algorithms, RF signal strength (RSSI) and digital signal quality (BER).

ESN Validation
– Unique factory embedded Electronic Serial Number validated by the system to protect against unauthorized access (validated at registration)

IP

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Multi-Site IP Networks
• Individual Call Response
– On an Individual Call, the system waits for the called party to answer before allocating a Traffic Channel to the call (saves network resources).

Busy System Wait
– On a Group Call, the system waits for free Traffic channels at all target sites to proceed with call (best effort for all units to receive the call).

IP

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NXR Base Units

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NXR-700/800 Base Units
• • • • • • • Integrated transceiver & NXDN™ logic controller (5W exciter output) Kenwood Systems
– 40, 110 & 250 Watt VHF – 40, 100 & 250 Watt UHF

Repeat, Duplex or Simplex Operation
– 30 Channel Operation- Scans FM, NXDN & Mixed Conventional channels

FM Conventional Mode (Included):
– 16 QT/DQT Repeater Controller built-in (TOT, Hang timer, CW ID, etc) – Interface for external repeater panels/ LTR logic controllers

Digital Conventional Mode (Included)
– 16 RAN Digital Repeater Controller built-in (TOT, Hang timer, CW ID, etc)

Digital Trunking Mode (Option) Multi-Site Trunked IP Network Mode (Option)

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NXR-700/800 Base Units
• Controls, Indicators & Interfaces
NXR Network Interface (RJ-45, Ethernet IEEE 802.3) NXR FRAME SYNC (RJ-11, RS-485) Fuse DB25 Logic Controller & Remote Interface Test Points / Ext Speaker RX BNC DC PWR FAN TX BNC 6.25 kHz NXDN High Stability Reference REF Out (BNC; 6.25 kHz) EXT REF IN (BNC; 6.25 kHz)

INT SPKR 2-DIGIT LED: CTL CH (TRK), CH# (Base stn) LEDs: CTRL CH OCXO, BUSY, TX, PWR 6 PF Keys

RJ-11: MIC, Encryption key load

ON/OFF Volume Knob DB9: PC Program/Flash or System Mgr Modem

RS-232 Null modem
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NXR-700/800 Base Units

External FM Controller Interface
– Conventional Repeater Controllers – LTR Trunked Logic Controllers

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NXR-700/800 Base Units
• Voice Scrambling
– Analog Scrambler Board Control (16 Codes)
• FM Conventional Mode • Simplex/duplex Base & Repeat Operation

– NXDN Scrambler (15 bit key; 32,767 codes)
• NXDN Conventional (Not available for NXDN Trunked mode) • Simplex/duplex Base & Repeat Operation

DTMF Over-the-Air Remote Control & Monitoring (FM & Mixed mode)
– – – – – – For On-Call Technician Use Front Panel PF Key Control (DTMF codes to turn on/off PF keys) AUX Output Control (DTMF codes to turn on/off switches/relays) AUX Input Monitoring (DTMF codes notify of tripped alarms/sensors/switches) 32 Decode Activations / 40 Encode Deactivations Transpond – DTMF encode positive response for received commands

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NXR-700/800 Base Units
• High Stability Reference Option for 6.25 kHz Digital Channels
– FCC Requires:
• VHF 2.0 PPM, UHF 1.5 PPM (@ 12.5/25 kHz)- NXR standard stability • VHF 1.0 PPM , UHF 0.5 PPM (@ 6.25 kHz)- NXR requires OCXO stability

– Kenwood KXK-3 OCXO Internal Reference Option (10 MHz)
• One reference can be daisy-chained to 30 NXR-700/800 units (1 per site) • Alternate: Use aftermarket external GPS reference
Kenwood Internal OCXO

 OR 
EXT GPS Reference

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NXR-700/800 Base Units
• Cross-Busy for NXDN & LTR Traffic Channel Sharing (2H2008)
– Inhibits NXDN from using a TC if busy with LTR traffic & vice-versa

LTR Trunked Logic

LTR data /Sync bus LTR Logic Controller Interface

NXR Control Channel NXR Frame Sync NXR Ethernet Interface

3 NXDN Traffic Channels shared with LTR

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NX Subscriber Units

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NX-200/300 Portables
• • • • • • • • • 5W / 512 CH-GID / 128 Zones DTMF Keypad Models FM Conventional Zones LTR Zones NXDNTM Digital Conventional Zones NXDNTM Digital Trunking Zones NXDNTM Over-the-Air Alias Dual Priority Scan (FM/NXDNTM CONV.) Single/Multi-Zone Scan

• • • • • • • •

16-Position Mechanical Selector On/Off Volume Control Large Dot Matrix LCD Display 14 Character Alphanumeric Aliases Status LED 6 Front PF & Menu Keys 2 Side PF Keys Emergency/AUX Key

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NX-200/300 Portables
• • • • • • • QT/DQT, 2-Tone, DTMF (FM) FleetSync®/ II (FM ) Emergency Features (FM & NXDNTM) Inversion Scrambler Built-in (FM) NXDNTM Scrambler (Included) Encryption / ANI Board Control* (FM) Easy Option Port* • • • • • • VGS-1 Voice Guide/Storage Option* (FM & NXDNTM) Weather-Sealed ACC Connector KMC-38GPS Speaker Mic Option* (FM & NXDNTM) MIL-Spec Speaker Mic Option MIL-STD-810 & IPx7 Environments Intrinsically Safe Option (4Q2008)

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NX-200/300 Portables

NX-200K NX-300K NX-300K2 NX-200K2 (keypad) NX-300K3 (keypad) NX-300K4 (keypad)

136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz 400-470 MHz 136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz 400-470 MHz

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NX-700/800 Mobiles
• • • • • • • • 30/45W Models (180-Series Platform) 512 CH-GID / 128 Zones Dash & Remote Mount FM Conventional Zones LTR Zones NXDNTM Digital Conventional Zones NXDNTM Digital Trunking Zones NXDNTM Over-the-Air Alias • • • • • • • • Dual Priority Scan (FM/NXDN CONV.) Single/Multi-Zone Scan Dot Matrix LCD Display 14 Character Alphanumeric Aliases Status LED 6 PF / 4 Selector Keys Emergency/AUX Key DTMF Mic Option

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NX-700/800 Mobiles
• • • • • • • • • • • QT/DQT, 2-Tone, DTMF (FM) FleetSync®/ II (FM ) Emergency Features (FM & NXDNTM) Inversion Scrambler Built-in (FM) NXDN Scrambler (Included) Encryption / ANI Board Control (FM) Easy Option Port VGS-1 Voice Guide/Storage Option (FM & NXDNTM) Internal GPS Option (FM & NXDNTM) MIL-Spec Mobile Mic MIL-STD-810 & IP54/55 Environments

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NX-700/800 Mobiles
NX-700K 30W NX-800K 30W NX-800K2 30W 136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz (490-520 rated @ 25W) 400-470 MHz

NX-700HK 45W 136-174 MHz NX-800HK 45W 450-520 MHz (490-520 rated @ 40W) NX-800HK2 45W 400-470 MHz

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Multimode / Migration
• NEXEDGETM is digital ready for new installations and provides a graceful migration path from analog to fully digital fleets
– All equipment supports all FM and Digital modes – Bases use existing FM site equipment in both FM & Digital modes – Meets current & future FCC requirements

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Multimode / Migration

*NXR repeats 2-Tone, DTMF & FleetSync® in-band

signaling; decodes/encodes sub-audible QT/DQT

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Target Markets

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Target Markets
• NEXEDGETM provides a cost-effective full featured digital solution for a wide breadth of market segments.
FM TK-290/390/190 Public Safety TK-790/890/690 TK-2180/3180/7180/8180 Public Service TK-2140/3140 TK-7150/8150 TK-2170/3170/3173 Business & Industry TK-2160/3160 TK-7160/8160 ProTalk®/FreeTalk ®
Small PS & Local Govt.* Utilities, Transportation Industrial NEXEDGETM

DIGITAL TK-5210/5310/5710/5810/5400

NX-200/300 NX-700/800

Job Site/ Retail

* Based on digital system features/configurations, subscriber unit platforms/power, non-P25 requirements.
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Business & Industry
• • • • • • • • Private Utilities, Co-Ops Private Transportation Airlines, Railroads, Metro-Transit Manufacturing, Mills, Processing, Refining, Mining, Petrochemical Storage, Distribution, Container, Port/Shipping Services Technology, Industrial, Medical, Research, Retail Complexes Hospitality (Hotel/Casino, Resorts, Theme Parks) SMR Services (taxi, construction, ready-mix, etc.)

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Public Safety / Public Service
• • • • • • • Local & Regional Governments Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS Public Utilities, Water/Irrigation Districts Public Transportation, Transit Authorities, DOT Airport, Turnpike, Toll & Harbor Authorities Public Venues (Stadiums, Sport Arenas, Convention Centers) School Systems, Universities

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Schedules

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Release Schedule (12/07)
5W Portables NX-200K NX-300K NX-300K2 NX-200K2 (keypad) NX-300K3 (keypad) NX-300K4 (keypad) Mobiles NX-700K 30W NX-800K 30W NX-800K2 30W NX-700HK 45W NX-800HK 45W NX-800HK2 45W Base Units NXR-700K NXR-700K2 NXR-800K NXR-800K2 NXR-800K3
* Estimated schedule subject to change
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136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz 400-470 MHz 136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz 400-470 MHz 136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz 400-470 MHz 136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz 400-470 MHz 146-174 MHz 136-150 MHz 450-480 MHz 480-512 MHz 400-430 MHz

DEC 2007 DEC 2007 AUG 2008* DEC 2007 DEC 2007 AUG 2008* DEC 2007 DEC 2007 JUNE 2008* MAY 2008 MAY 2008 JULY 2008* DEC 2007 MAY 2008* DEC 2007 MAY 2008* AUG 2008*

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SOFTWARE

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NEXEDGETM Software

KPG-111D

NX-200/300/700/800 Program Software

– Required for all modes – Trunked mode: Requires system key file (*.SKF) created by KPG-110SM

KPG-109D

NXR-700/800 Program Software

– Required for all modes – Programs basic Base (Simplex/Duplex) or Repeat operations – Configures multiple NXR for trunked site CC & TC’s

KPG-110SM System Manager Software
– Required for trunked sites and networks (not used for conventional) – Includes secure USB hardware key (required to run program) – Programs NXR trunking parameters, subscriber privileging, multi-site network parameters – Performs NXR and network diagnostics, downloads call logs / event history

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KPG-110SM System Manager
• • • • • • Windows® compatible GUI [Trunked sites and networks only] Subscriber: UID/GID validation, COS Class of Service call privileges Monitors NXR status, flash update NXR Firmware Retrieve/store/analyze call activity logs, graph channel loading statistics Direct connect: Front Panel DB9 RS-232 (null modem) Remote connect: PSTN modem or IP network

SYSOP (Dial up modem to DB9)
Dialup Modem
PSTN

SYSOP (Front panel DB-9 for PC field techs)

WAN Router LAN A Ethernet Switch LAN B

SYSOP LAN Connection (2H2008)

SYSOP WAN Connection (2H2008)

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• Class Of Service Information Table (COS)
– – – – System privileges assignable to each UID & GID in a Fleet. GID COS: validates class, specifies call type & inter-site privileges (127 max) UID COS: validates class, specifies call type & queue priority (127 max.) Each COS has a Class Name & Comments tab for easy reference, assignment and re-use

Fleet Information
– Each Fleet contains a UID & GID List for a specific user entity – Create up to 5000 Fleets to organize major groups and sub-groups for customers, companies, agencies & departments

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