The Kenwood NX 203/303 radio system is a digital radio system that uses the NXDN® air interface. This easy radio system can be integrated into any underground mining site using a leaky feeder system or underground wifi channel. The features of these robust radios is impressive and these are tools that are designed for the harshest of environments.
The features include:
-64 Radio Access Numbers (RAN)
-Individual & Group Selective Call
-Mixed FM/Digital Operation
-Conventional IP Networks
Paging or communicating is easy over these devices which deliver clear voice quality even in noisy or echoey environments such as mines. These radios also have the ability to do short and long data messages which is perfect for transmitting things like shift changes or other important information.The NXDN® scrambler is included in these devices for added security of your communications.
The system supports both 6.25 kHz and 12.5 kHz channels. The radio has a built-in AMBE+2™ vocoder for clear audio quality. The system also supports over-the-air alias, over-the-air programming, paging call, emergency call, all group call, status messaging, remote stun/kill, remote check, short & long data messages, and NXDN® scrambler. The system also supports digital-conventional mode, with 64 radio access numbers (RAN), individual & group selective call, mixed FM/digital operation, conventional IP networks, and site roaming.
These features make the Kenwood NX 203/303 radio perfect for any business or organisation that needs a dependable and clear way to communicate, especially in difficult or dangerous environments. Order your system today to take advantage of these great features!
Becker Varis Communications can help you with troubleshooting these devices as well as offering an easy setup on these products for your mining needs. If you have any questions about the Kenwood NX 203/303 radios, contact us today.
This post was written by Justin Tidd, Director at Becker Mining Communications! For over 15 years, Becker Communications has been the industry’s leader in Cave radio Communications and electrical mining communication systems. As they expanded into surface mining, railroads, and tunneling they added wireless communication systems, handheld radios, tagging and tracking systems, as well as gas monitoring.