Multi-mode platform for analog conventional, MPT, DMR and P25 systems.

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The Tait TB9400 is a powerful multi-mode platform repeater for analog conventional, MPT, DMR and P25 Phase 1 and Phase 2 systems. The Tait TB9400 is available with a continuous power rating of 50W or 100W and in the following frequency bands:

VHF 136-156MHz, P25 and Analog only

VHF 148-174MHz

UHF 378-420MHz, P25 and Analog only

UHF 400-440MHz

UHF 440-480MHz

UHF 470-520 MHz

TX: 762-870MHz, RX: 794-824MHz, P25 and Analog only

Features & Benefits:

Multi-mode platform supporting Analog Conventional, AS-IP (Analog Simulcast over IP), MPT, DMR Conventional and Trunking, P25 Conventional and P25 Trunking modes.

Simple change of mode through the web interface.

Dual mode automatic switching between Analog and P25 conventional.

P25 and analog conventional simplex and DFSI support for ease of migration.

Adherence to P25 standards Phase 1 and Phase 2 (ultra-narrow band 6.25kHz) for interoperability.

Tait DMR Access and Express solution compatible.

Simulcast and Voting in AS-IP, DMR and P25 networks.

DMR fallback into single site operation.

Linear Simulcast Modulation (LSM) to increase P25 coverage efficiency.

Migration capability from Tait AS-IP to P25 Conventional network, with dual mode, simplex and DFSI capabilities or to Tait DMR simulcast.

Analog line (supporting 4wire E&M) in analog mode for RF linking connection and local console support.

Efficient system infrastructure scalability based on IP network connectivity.

Extensive range of remote management and monitoring capabilities with a security focus.

Built-in basic spectrum analyzer provides on-site diagnostics.

Modular structure offers variety of build options to satisfy serviceability or space constraints.

Designed to military standard MIL-STD-810G.

The TB9400 ‘s compact size, features and ruggedness offers Federal agencies, Fire Departments, Police Departments a fully featured repeater that can be easily upgraded from single repeater site coverage to multiple repeater site coverage via IP.