Ariba Celcom was proud to be in attendance at the annual FAZZA Championship for Falconry. The Fazza Heritage Championships, held under the direct patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, bring together thousands of professionals and amateurs from different cultures to compete in various traditional sporting disciplines.
This was a great opportunity to highlight Kenwood's amateur radios (a longtime favourite of hunting and desert sport enthusiasts), as well as the new license-free PKT-23 radios and Diamond Antenna accessories.
The KENWOOD NX-5000 SeriesNow Supports DMR as well as NXDN & P25 Protocols for Maximum Flexibility
KENWOOD continues to invest its extensive experience and acclaimed technologies in NEXEDGE, an innovative digital communications solution that satisfies the most stringent requirements of today’s mission-critical radio users. And with the new addition of DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) support, NEXEDGE leaps further ahead of the competition: NX-5000 Series portable and mobile radios are compatible with three different digital protocols – NXDN, DMR and P25 (Phase 1 & 2) – enabling them to serve in all public sector, commercial and public safety roles with flawless performance and advanced feature sets.DMR support
DMR is an open radio standard established in 2005 by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) for commercial communications. It uses 2-slot TDMA in a 12.5 kHz channel, effectively doubling the capacity of existing 12.5 kHz equipment. This provides smooth communications and coordination for staff in a wide variety of commercial environments, including retail, hospitality and manufacturing.
Compatibility with the DMR AIS IP Console Interface facilitates radio dispatch operations, while Call Interruption is ideal for security guards. Digital DMR Data Services and Remote Monitoring are among several other benefits.
With the addition of DMR support, the NX-5000 Series now offers unsurpassed interoperability and flexibility. A single NX-5000 radio can simultaneously support two digital protocols plus FM analog, offering the following combinations: FM/DMR/NXDN, FM/NXDN/P25, and FM/DMR/P25.
Whether it’s nationwide enterprises building large-scale trunked networks with NXDN, staff staying in touch via DMR or first responders maintaining vital contact with P25 – the NX-5000 Series has a clear digital advantage.Contact us for more information
This Dual Band Amateur radio is packed with convenient features and the advantage of a digital transceiver with D-STAR, APRS support. Featuring colour transflective TFT display that offers excellent visibility in day or night. Plus, built-in GPS and Bluetooth support, as well as Micro USB and microSD/SDHC this radio is ready to harness the exciting developments in radio communications.
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The TRA has recently approved certain radios for license free use in the UAE. We are therefore pleased to offer Kenwood's PKT-23 as an affordable, license-free option to meet your personal and business needs! This is a perfect option for warehouses, restaurants, shops, smaller outdoor sites, and more.Small
At 110 g, it is the smallest & lightest 2-Way Radio from KENWOOD. Fitting in the palm of your hand, the PKT-23 is easy to take anywhere your staff needs to go. It can fit comfortably in a pocket or attached with the included belt clip and the front panel button layout makes the PKT-23 easy to operateSimple
Simple and license-free operation in an all-in-one package ready for immediate use. No need for programming software with this self-programming model.Tough
Complies with IP54 (dust/water resistant) and durability meeting or exceeding MIL-STD 810 C/D/E/F/G 11 items.
500 mWatts Transmit Power. The built-in 1,430 mAh lithium-ion battery provides up to 15 hours of use. (5-5-90; battery saver ON)Built In Features
- The built-in 3.5D Jack can connect the KHS-33 or KHS-34 headphone for better use in noisy environments or for private conversations.
- Built-in VOX allows hand free operation which automatically starts transmission in response to your voice when using an external microphone.
- The standard micro USB port means a smart phone charger can also be used to charge the PKT-23.
- Blinking LED lights in 3 colours indicate the PKT-23's transmission status and low battery status.
- The PKT-23 provides up to 8 channels, allowing you to assign channels to specific team members. The Voice Guide alerts you when you change channels.
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Telelink Gulf Ltd. recently hosted a dealer conference in Dubai. The team from Ariba Celcom was happy to participate. We had great sessions with our colleagues from Kenwood UK, Kenwood Japan, JVC Middle East and Codan Radio. Thank you to all those who attended.
Since the original TS-590S first went on-air in 2010 it enjoyed a fine reputation for its excellent receive performance, its great audio and affordable pricing and now by adopting some of the technology developed for Kenwood's flagship model TS-990S, the TS-590′s TX and RX performance have been further improved.New Features Include:
- Advanced AGC control through digital signal processing from the IF stage onward featuring all of the IF DSP AGC technology developed with the TS-990S.
- Built-in Morse code decoder function, displayable by scrolling on 13-segment display unit. In addition to the existing PF keys, functions can also be assigned to the MULTI/CH knob’s Push SW.
- Quick settings are made possible by assigning level setting functions such as keying speed.
- The RIT/XIT/CL keys can also be used as programmable function keys.
In addition to conventional split frequency setting methods, the TS-990′s proven split setting functionality has been included. A long press of the SPLIT key, when making a 2 kHz upsetting, will enable quick setting by pressing “2″ on the keypad. Furthermore, in simplex operation with just XIT on, the XIT frequency can be changed with TF-SET. The keypad keys are band-direct keys. Each band has 3 memories, enabling quick call-up of usually-used frequencies.
Plus:- Antenna output function (shared with DRV connector), LED backlight with selectable colour tone, FIL A/B configurable independently with VFO A/B (convenient during Split operation), front or rear PTT selectable for Data PTT & switching from HI CUT/ LO CUT to WIDTH/ SHIFT now possible for reception bandwidth changing in SSB mode
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Kenwood’s TK-D200/D300 series hand-portables are now joined by matching repeaters, the TKR-D710E/D810E, bringing the benefits of DMR communications to many more users. For both on-site and local area coverage these new radios offer a valuable upgrade to existing communications, while still working seamlessly with legacy analogue radios.
Download the TK-D200/D300 Series Brochure
Already one of the busiest rail transport hubs in the UK, London Bridge Station is preparing itself for a 10% increase in passengers by 2018.
London Bridge mainline railway station is one of the oldest in the UK and has been the subject of numerous rebuilding and improvement programmes in its 178 year history. The current development of the station will result in a concourse covering 10,500m2 in anticipation of managing the 55 million passengers likely to be transiting through it when completed in 2018.
As part of the £6.5 billion London Thameslink project which will increase rail capacity, frequency and connections running north to south through the centre of London, the station is undergoing a major redevelopment programme which started in 2013 and is scheduled for completion in 2018.
The project will effectively flatten the existing building to its Victorian foundations to create a new station with a concourse larger than the pitch at Wembley Stadium which will sit under the tracks and sixteen extended platforms – not a simple feat in such a busy part of a capital city and made even more challenging as the station will be kept open throughout the process.
The development is now in full swing with an ‘army’ of contractors are operating in and around the station 24 hours a day.Keeping 300,000 passengers from 2,500 trains each day safe and informed.
The Network Rail team managing safety, security and delivering operational efficiency at London Bridge Station is led by Station Manager Denis Kirk who is supported by five Station Shift Managers operating in three shifts six days a week. The station is only closed for three hours each day between 1am and 4am for cleaning, maintenance and repairs.
The station team took delivery of their new Kenwood NEXEDGE® digital radio communications system during 2013, ahead of major station redevelopment works commencing. The design of the Distributed Antenna System (DAS) to deliver 100% coverage throughout the station, both above and below the ground, was carried out by Affini Technology Ltd who, as an approved Kenwood partner, also installed, programmed and commissioned the NEXEDGE® digital radio system comprising repeaters and hand portable radios.
The NEXEDGE® digital conventional system installed at the station comprises one base station, two repeaters and 120 hand-portable radios – and is programmed to operate in both digital and analogue modes. “All of the Network Rail and train operating companies staff based at the station are equipped with radios, so too are the British Transport Police officers who can monitor our channels to keep informed on situations. The radios are our primary communications tool and I can say without fear of contradiction that all staff feel much safer because the new NEXEDGE® system provides 100% coverage of the station, something the previous analogue system just wasn’t able to do”.
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Launched in January 2014, Kenwood's DMR range is designed to meet the requirements of users who operate small-scale communication systems and/or who require an ETSI compliant solution. The TK-D200 (VHF) and TK-D300 (UHF) hand-portable radios are the first models in KENWOOD’s new digital radio range to comply with ETSI DMR air interface protocol specification in Tier 2.
The flagship TK-D200G/D300G feature an impressive array of benefits:
- Compact/Lightweight and Rugged
- Rapid User response
- Built –in GPS (TK-D200G/TK-300G models)
- High resolution colour 2” TFT display (display models)
- Text Message and Status Message
- Enhanced detection of possible emergencies
- Long Lasting battery life of 18 hours (with KNB-57L)
- Enhanced Audio quality
In addition Kenwood DMR capabilities can be further extended to include multiple user groups by employing the following repeaters:
- EU: TKR-D710E, TKR-D810E Tier 2 repeater
- Non-EU: TKR-D710K, TKR-D810K Tier 2 repeater
Download the TK-D200/D300 Brochure
The Kenwood Solution Developer Phaeton has released V2.0 of their successful PC based dispatch solution NexeTalk.NexeTalk 2.0 includes enhanced futures such as:
Incoming messages such as Status, GPS, text and voice calls can trigger an operator alert.
The operator can be alerted in case of a lone worker alarm activation.
- Select and Unselect Channel
Incoming audio can now be directed to any speaker connected to the dispatcher terminal.
For further information, please click the pdf link below.
Kenwood is proud to introduce an updated version of their popular T M-D710 VHF/UHF Dual Band FM Mobile Transceiver, the T M-D710GE
. The new "G" model incorporates a factory installed GPS module in the control panel.
Kenwood has just introduced a new, simple "Push to Talk" (PTT) UHF radio, the PKT-03.
Its compact size and unique design means it’s lightweight - only 100g even with the Li-Ion battery. So not only does it fit neatly in your hand but also you can even wear it around your neck or as part of any uniform.
They are competitively priced and yet have the well known reliability and robustness of Kenwood Quality.Download the PKT-03 Brochure
A new Kenwood Communications advertising campaign broke cover with the launch of NEXEDGE® dPMR with advertisements in Land Mobile and Wireless magazines last month. The new advertisement presents a strong and simple proposition for Kenwood dPMR as part of the proven and successful NEXEDGE® digital portfolio.
NEXEDGE® dPMR means that customers who require an ETSI compliant, multi-vendor, open standard digital communications solution, can now select Kenwood equipment secure in the knowledge that it has been built on the proven performance and reliability of NEXEDGE®, with over 700,000 devices in service across the world. NEXEDGE® dPMR offers many of the benefits of NEXEDGE® NXDN™ including outstanding voice quality, extended range, increased security, flexibility, economy and spectrum efficiency.
Contact Ariba Celcom for more information about Kenwood's NEXEDGE® dPMR line.
RadCom, the official voice of the Radio Society of Great Britain and one of the markets’ most influential magazines, reviews Kenwood's TS-990, flagship to the Amateur Range. Read the full review here...
As well as 200 watts output power on all bands, the TS-990S comes equipped with dual receivers, allowing simultaneous dual reception on different bands. It features a narrow-band roofing filter on the main receiver in a full down-conversion configuration. Further, it has achieved the highest basic reception performance in the TS series, both through the selection of circuits and components for their high performance and fast data/audio processing using a triple DSP configuration.
Dual TFT displays and a fine panel layout provide the operator with comfortable visibility and operability. Our top-of-the-line unit is for all radio operators who love HF.New Feature Highlights:
1. Down conversion employed for all Amateur Radio bands (main receiver)
2. Newly developed mixer contributes to IP3 +40dBm performance (main receiver)
3. New narrow-band high-IP roofing filters help to remove adjacent interference (main receiver)
4. Sub receiver down conversion2 on Amateur bands below 21MHz
5. Dedicated triple DSPs for main & sub receivers plus band scope
6. Dual TFT display offers excellent visibility
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Kenwood and its local distribution partner in Bulgaria have completed delivery of a country-wide installation of a NEXEDGE two-way radio system for the National Police Service in Bulgaria.Read the full story here...