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Hytera BD305

Mobile radio for getting started in digital technology (DMR)

    Product description

    The BD305 is a handheld radio for getting started in digital technology (DMR). It offers functions comparable to simple analog radios in the same price class, but with the advantages of digital transmission technology.

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    Excellent performance

    Despite an output rating of only 2 W, the BD305 is astonishingly powerful. Its excellent reception properties ensure trouble-free voice communication.

    Clear voice

    Use of digital coding and correction technology makes it possible to transmit voices without any interference - even over large distances.

    Simple operation

    Ergonomically optimized volume keys ensureeasy operation, even while wearing gloves.

    Features

    • Analog & Digital Auto Detect
    • Scan
    • Vox

    Technical data

    General data

    Frequency range

    UHF: 400 – 470 MHz

    Supported operating modes
    • DMR Tier II
      ETSI TS 102 361-1/2/3
    • Simulcast
    • XPT Digital Trunking
    • Analog
    Number of channels

    48

    Number of zones

    3

    Channel spacing

    12.5 kHz (analog)
    25 kHz (digital)

    Operating voltage

    3.8 V

    Battery service life (5/5/90 duty cycle)

    approx. 16 h (digital)
    approx. 12 h (analog)

    Standard battery

    2200 mAh (lithium-ion battery)

    Frequency stability

    ± 0.5 ppm

    Antenna impedance

    50 Ω

    Dimensions (H × W × D)

    101 × 49 × 26 mm

    Weight (with antenna and standard battery)

    approx. 140 g

    Environmental conditions

    Operating temperature range

    -30 °C to +60 °C

    Storage temperature range

    -40 °C to +85 °C

    ESD

    IEC 61000-4-2 (Level 4)
    ± 8 kV (contact)
    ± 15 kV (air)

    Protection against dust and moisture

    IP54

    Shock and vibration resistance

    MIL-STD-810 G

    Relative humidity

    MIL-STD-810 G

    Transmitter

    Transmitting power

    1 W (Low Power)
    2 W (High Power)

    Modulation

    11K0F3E at 12.5 kHz
    16K0F3E at 25 kHz

    4FSK digital modulation

    12.5 kHz (data only): 7K60FXD
    12.5 kHz (data and voice): 7K60FXW

    Interfering signals and harmonics

    - 36 dBm (< 1 GHz)
    - 30 dBm (> 1 GHz)

    Modulation limiting

    ± 2.5 kHz at 12,5 kHz
    ± 5.0 kHz at 25 kHz

    Noise cancellation

    40 dB at 12.5 kHz
    45 dB at 25 kHz

    Adjacent channel selectivity

    60 dB at 12.5 kHz
    70 dB at 25 kHz

    Audio sensitivity

    + 1 dB to - 3 dB

    Audio distortion

    ≤ 5 %

    Digital vocoder type

    AMBE+2™

    Digital protocol

    ETSI-TS102 361-1,2,3

    Receiver

    Sensitivity (analog)

    0.22 μV (typical) (12 dB SINAD)
    0.4 μV (20 dB SINAD)

    Sensitivity (digital)

    0.22 μV / BER 5%

    Adjacent channel selectivity (ETSI)

    60 dB at 12.5 kHz
    70 dB at 25 kHz

    Intermodulation

    65 dB at 12.5/25 kHz

    Spurious response rejection (ETSI)

    70 dB at 12.5/25 kHz

    Signal-noise ratio (S/N)

    40 dB at 12.5 kHz
    45 dB at 25 kHz

    Nominal audio power output

    0.5 W

    Audio distortion

    ≤ 5 %

    Audio sensitivity

    + 1 dB to - 3 dB

    Conducted spurious emission

    < -57 dBm

    Features marked with * are available in future versions of the product.

    All technical data were tested according to the respective standards. Due to continuing development, technical changes are reserved.

    Scope of delivery

      • Handheld radio BD305
      • Hand strap
      • Belt clip
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