Digital/analogue mobile radio with essential features.
High performing mobile radio that provides access to some of the advanced features of digital two-way radio.
A basic two-way radio solution mainly focused on pure voice communications. The simple alphanumeric display and navigation button gives access to a few extra features mostly useable in digital mode. E.g. the basic menu, contact list and inbox.
The most basic vehicle mounted radios in the MOTOTRBO™ family, developed clear and uncomplicated voice communications. That does not mean that Motorola have sacrificed quality, only that the models are limited to the most fundamental features.
They can be shipped as purely analogue versions that match Motorola’s classic CM series. But they can be made digital with a simple software update, providing digital benefits when the organisation is ready to utilize them.
* Only analogue models
|Supplier item number
|Motorola DM1600 UHF Analog
|403-470 mhz 25W
|Frequency range (MHz)
|VHF: 136-174 UHF: 403-470
|Output power (W)
High: 25-45 (VHF) 25-40 (UHF)
|Operational temperature (°C)
|-30 till +60
|Storage temperature (°C)
|-40 till +85
MOTOTRBO™ is a complete range of two-way radio equipment based on the international standard DMR, Digital Mobile Radio. Almost all models can be used in both digital and analogue modes. är en komplett serie komradio baserad på den internationella standarden DMR, Digital Mobile Radio. MOTOTRBO™ is also the world’s most popular series of products for digital two-way radio communications, with millions of users globally.
The digital technology powering MOTOTRBO™ provides noticeably better performance, like improved battery life, increased capacity and best-in-class audio thanks to active noise cancelling. The IP-based architecture also provides support for productivity enhancing applications like control room solutions, positioning services, telemetry, etc.
By being backwards compatible, MOTOTRBO™ infrastructure allows the use of both analogue and digital devices simultaneously which enables analogue users to upgrade their equipment in their own pace.