August 12, 2015

e-Verge Digital

You can afford to enhance your communications with the digital performance of eVerge two-way radios. eVerge DMR radios are compact and precision-engineered to deliver value without sacrificing quality — giving you more capabilities and the flexibility you need to communicate at your best. Check out the eVerge demo here

key features:

Conversion Made Easy with Analog Integration
eVerge radios operate in both analog and digital modes and can be used with any existing analog two-way radios.
Better Radio Call Quality
Digital eliminates noise and static from voice transmit to only deliver the intended voice message crisply and clearly. eVerge digital radios feature the AMBE+2™      vocoder for enhanced voice quality. Watch Video for Analog / Digital Comparison.
Better Battery Life
Using eVerge radios in digital mode can operate up to 40% longer than typical analog mode as a result of the TDMA protocol and reduces overall battery consumption in transmit mode.
Better Message Control and Privacy
Control who you call and who gets your message in digital mode. eVerge digital radios each have a unique ID enabling users to select who they need to call or send a text message without including others.

 

E-Verge Portable Serieshero-product-image-EVX-530

 

E-Verge Mobile Series

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E-Verge Repeater Series

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EVX-531 – 32 Channels / 2 Groups, 3 Programmable Keys
EVX-534 – 512 Channels / 32 Groups, 7 Programmable Keys
EVX-539 – 512 Channels / 32 Groups, 9 Programmable Keys
5 Watts VHF and UHF
VHF: 136-174 MHz
UHF: 403 – 407; 450 – 512 MHz

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EVX-5300- 8 Channels/ 1 Group
EVX-5400 – 512 Channels / 32 Groups
50 Watts VHF / 45 Watts UHF
VHF: 136-174 MHz
UHF: 403 – 470 MHz; 450 – 512 MHz
6 Programmable Keys
8-Character Alpha Numeric Display

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EVX-R70 Series
16 Channels
Output Power VHF: 1 – 25 W, 25 – 45 W
Output Power UHF: 403 – 470 MHz: 1 – 25 W, 25 – 40 W
Output Power UHF: 450 – 512 MHz: 1 – 40 W
Frequency Range VHF: 136 – 174 MHz
Frequency Range UHF: 403 – 470 MHz; 450 – 512 MHz
AMBE+2TM Digital Vocoder
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