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Product Summary

The NX-5600HB is a 110-watt mobile transceiver that supports NXDN digital protocol and FM analog for mixed operation. This high-power VHF Low Band RF deck - equipped with Bluetooth®, GPS and a memory card slot - requires one of several optional remote control heads, all of which offer an intuitive controls for easy operation. The versatile NX-5600HB can be combined with other RF decks and multiple remote control heads to create a radio system that is tailored to your specific needs, thanks to a wide selection of accessories.



PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
  • VHF Low Band 39 MHz to 50 MHz
  • RF output power: 110 W to 25 W
  • Multi RF Deck with VHF Low band / VHF High band
  • UHF / 700 & 800 MHz combination
  • Mixed Digital & FM Analog Operation allows gradual migration
  • Variety of Optional Remote Control Heads (Note: NX-5600HBis remote operation only)
  • Dual Remote Control Head and Multi-band (Multi RF deck) capable options
  • Easy-to-follow controls and Information Conveying Multi-line Text are built into each control head
  • Maximum of 4,000 CH/Radio capacity, 512 CH/Zone, 128 Zones
  • Built-in GPS Receiver for effective fleet management
  • Built-in Bluetooth 4.0 for hands-free operation
  • USB Micro Terminal (up to 12 Mbps)
  • PC Programming & Internal microSD Access (Requires USB driver for PC)
  • Renowned KENWOOD Audio Quality can be achieved with Active Noise Reduction that utilizes built-in DSP for suppression of ambient noise
  • microSD / microSDHC (Up to 2GB / 32GB) Memory Card Slot for increased memory capacity for "Voice & Data"
  • DB-25 & Molex 9-pin Accessory Connector12 W Audio Output
  • IP54 / 55 and MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G


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