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Specification Sheet
Enabling Current and Future Critical Communications
Key Benefits Include
Extended Operational Range
• Up to 10W transmit power, with class leading receiver
sensitivity delivers comprehensive network coverage
• Integrated DMO Gateway, DMO Repeater capabilities
ensure resilient communications where needed most
Superior Audio Performance
• Next generation audio architecture delivering the
loudest and clearest audio performance of any Motorola
TETRA mobile available on the market*
Advanced Terminal Management
• USB 2.0 interface for fast radio programming via
Motorola’s integrated Terminal Management solution
• Hardware ready for Over-The-Air terminal management
• Enabled via a software update, background programming
will allow the radio to be programmed whilst staying fully
Flexible Installation Options
High Speed Data Connectivity
• Fully DIN-A compatible and available in Dash, Desk,
Remote Head and Motorcycle mount formats
• TEDS Ready hardware - with a simple software license
upgrade, enables 20x faster data connectivity for
accessing back-office systems and databases
upports multiple control heads - an ideal solution for
installations in trains, ambulances and fire vehicles where
more than one control point might be required
• Integrated USB 2.0 PEI, enabling rapid radio
programming and standardised interfacing to
data terminals and accessories. For additional flexibility,
USB host and slave modes are also supported
• Works seamlessly with existing MTM800 Enhanced
control head accessories
Low User Migration Costs
• Includes IP67 control head option, for exposed and
challenging environments
• Familiar cellular style user interface and VGA colour
display for enhanced usability and reduced staff
training costs
• Same user interface as market proven MTP850
portable and MTM800 Enhanced mobile radios
• Re-use of MTM800 Enhanced accessories
using GCAI connector
Enhanced End to End Encryption Options
• Integrated hardware for SIM based end to
end encryption
• Hardware Encryption
(AES128 or AES256 MACE) option
*Assuming the appropriate audio accessory is used.
Rugged Design with Exceptional Reliability
• Front and Rear rugged GCAI connector for reliable
connection of audio and data peripheral equipment
obile radio and accessories are performance matched
for enhanced reliability
The first of a new generation of TETRA radios,
the MTM5400 underlines Motorola’s commitment
to meeting the current and future needs of critical
communications. This new radio supports a number
of advanced capabilities including TEDS high speed
data connectivity, integrated Direct Mode
Gateway-Repeater, over the air programming and
Background Programming, that combine to enhance
operational efficiency and to enable users to make
more informed decisions in the field.
Models - complaint with DIN 75490 (ISO 7736)
Compact radio for fast vehicle installation
Compact radio, for use in the office. Optional range of accessories such as desk tray with integrated loudspeaker
Multiple Remote Control Head
Radio with multiple remote mount control head capability. Range of installation options enable use in cars, vans and other vehicles
Environmentally enhanced radio meeting IP67 specification. Suitable for demanding environments such as motorcycle, fire appliance and marine installations
Expansion head “Databox”
Radio without a control head, for data applications, or customised application development
Dimensions HxWxD (mm)
Weight Typical (g)
Dash and Desk models
(transceiver + control head)
Transceiver only
Standard control head
Remote control head
Motorcycle control head
User Interface & Display
Buttons & Keypad
Diagonal dimension
VGA - 640x480 pixels Transflective TFT, 65,000 colours
Variable backlight, User configurable
Font sizes
Standard & Zoom mode (90 pixels, 4.5mm high) characters
Integral backlit numeric keypad of 12 keys, with keypad lock option
International keypad versions
Roman, Arabic, Cyrillic, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese characters
Programmable function keys
3 programmable function keys (plus 10 programmable numeric keys)
4-way navigation key, menu and soft keys
Emergency button with backlight
User configurable shortcuts to menus and
common features using “One-Touch-Button” feature
Dual function
Talkgroup and volume change with lock option
Tri-colour LED
Configurable notification tones
Standard Options
Arabic, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English,
French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Lithuanian,
Macedonian, Mongolian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
User defined
User programmable, using ISO 8859-1 character
User Interface Languages
Tailored to user needs
Menu Shortcuts
Menu Configuration
Contacts Management
Contact List
Cellular Type
Up to 1000 contacts
Up to 6 numbers per contact, Max 2000 numbers
Multiple Dialling Methods
User selects how to dial
Fast/Flexible Call Response
Private Call Response to a Group Call via One Touch Button
Multiple Ring Tones
Message Manager
Cellular Type
Text message list
Intelligent Keypad Text Input
Status list
Country/Network Code List
Scan lists
40 lists of 20 groups
Discrete Mode
Screen Saver
gif image & text (any user’s selection)
Universal Time Display
Keypad Lock
Talkgroup Folders
Favourite Folders
Dual layer folder structure (folder/subfolder)
256 folders
Up to 3 (to store any favourite talkgroup)
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature (°C)
-30 to +60
Storage Temperature (°C)
-40 to +85
Not in use - Storage
ETSI 300 019-1-1 CLASS 1.3
Non-Weather Protected Storage Locations
Not in use - Transportation
ETSI 300 019-1-2 CLASS 2.3
Public Transportation
Stationary use Weather Protected Locations
ETSI 300 019-1-3 CLASS 3.2
Partly Temperature Controlled Locations
Mobile use - Ground Vehicle Installation
ETSI 300 019-1-5 CLASS 5.2
Climatic Tests
Mobile use - Ground Vehicle Installation
ETSI 300 019-1-5 CLASS 5M3
Mechanical Tests
Dust and Water Ingress Protection
810 C/D/E/F Specifications
All 11 categories met (or exceeded)
IP54 (dust cat. 2)
Dash/Desk/Remote models
Motorcycle model (only control head is IP67; transceiver is IP54)
Electrical Specifications
Voltage Range
10.8 to 15.6 V DC
Current Consumption (A, typ.)
Idle / Rx / Tx @ 10W
0.5 / 1.0 / 1.2 ( TX 3.4A Peak)
Idle / Rx / Tx @ 3W
0.5 / 1.0 / .9 (TX 2.2A Peak)
Tx - Multi Slot PD (4 slots) @ 5.6W
Tx - TEDS @ 3W
Using USB host
Adds 0.5A
RF Specifications
Frequency Bands (MHz)
380 - 430
Transmit / Receive Separation (MHz)
TMO Switching Bandwidth (MHz)
DMO Switching Bandwidth (MHz)
RF Channel Bandwidth (kHz)
Transmitter RF Power
TETRA Release 1
Adjustable to Class 2 (10W), Class 2L (5.6W), Class 3 (3W)
Note: MSPD limited to Class 2L (5.6W)
TETRA Release 2 (TEDS)
Class 3 (3W)
RF Power Control
6 Power Step Levels (steps of 5 dBm)
Starting at 15 dBm; finishing at 40 dBm
RF Power Level Accuracy
+/- 2dB
Receiver Class
Receiver Static Sensitivity (dBm)
-114 minimum, -116 typical
Receiver Dynamic Sensitivity (dBm)
-105 minimum, -107 typical
GPS Specifications
Simultaneous Satellites
Mode of Operation
Autonomous or assisted (A-GPS)
GPS Antenna
Supports active antenna (5V, 25mA supply)
Autonomous Acquisition Sensitivity
-143 dBm / -173 dBW
Tracking Sensitivity
-159 dBm / -189 dBW
<5m (50% probable) <10m (95% probable)
TTFF (HOT Start - Autonomous)
TTFF (WARM Start - Autonomous)
TTFF (COLD Start - Autonomous)
Location Protocols
ETSI Location Information Protocol (LIP)
Motorola LRRP
Voice Services
2048 (TMO) & 1024 (DMO)
Phone book entries
1000 persons. Up to 6 numbers per entry (mobile, office etc). Max 2000 entries
Scan lists
40 lists of 20 talkgroups
Trunked Mode (TMO) Services
Direct Mode (DMO) Services
Emergency (tailored by users)
Group call
Late Entry, TMO/DMO Mapping
Private call
Half / Full Duplex
Telephony (PABX, PSTN, MS-ISDN)
Full Duplex
Up to 2047 groups
Attachment signalling, supports SWMI initiated attachment/detachment
Group call
Private call
Emergency Group Call to ATTACHED talkgroup
Emergency Group Call to DEDICATED talkgroup
Emergency Call to PREDEFINED party (half/full duplex)
Smart emergency
TMO/DMO/DMO to TMO automatic switching options
Hot Mic
Configurable timers for automatic open mic (talk without PTT)
Location (GPS) sent with emergency
Target Address
Sent to individual or group address (selected or dedicated)
Alarm (status message)
Emergency Status (or other pre-defined status)
Alias messages
400 Entries
Can be sent via One-Touch or via menu
200 Entries (short messages), 40 Entries (long messages of up to 1000 characters)
Data Services
Short Data Service (SDS)
Packet Data (PD)
Cellular style iTAP predictive text entry
Target Address
Sent to individual or group address (selected or dedicated)
Voice Call Interaction
SDS messages can be sent and received during a voice call
Multi-slot PD
Data transmission with up to 4 slots supporting up to 28.8 kbit/s gross
TETRA Enhanced Data Service (TEDS) (via software upgrade)
Supporting 25kHz and 50kHz channel bandwidths and
enabling practical data rates of up to 80kbit/s
QAM Channels: 25 kHz and 50 kHz (but not D8PSK channels)
TEDS (capable)
QAM modulation/coding modes: 4-QAM R1/2,
16-QAM R1/2, 64-QAM R1/2, and 64-QAM R2/3
Integrated WAP browser (including WAP-PUSH)
Integrated Openwave browser
WAP 1.2.x and WAP 2.0 compatibility for UDP/IP Stack
Interface Protocol
AT Commands - Full Set ETSI Mandatory Compliant
AT Multiplexer - 4 Virtual Physical Port
(simultaneous PD, SDS, AT commands and Air Tracer SESSIONS)
Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI)
TNP1; enables simultaneous PD and SDS sessions
Programmable via Motorola Integrated Terminal Management (iTM) solution
Terminal Management
Over-The-Air Programming (OTAP) Mode* Capable
Background Mode Programming (BMP) capable* - while radio is operational
(providing TETRA services) it is being programmed/configured.
* Planned features with software upgrade
Gateway Services
Group voice calls from DMO to TMO
Group voice calls from TMO to DMO
Emergency group call from DMO to TMO
DMO/TMO Gateway
(Specific services are software
release dependent)
Emergency group call from TMO to DMO
Transmission of Gateway Presence Signal
Automatic detection and management of co-located Gateways
Call Pre-emption (in either direction)
SDS messaging from DMO to TMO (including GPS) or from TMO to DMO
Configurable routing of SDS to console or PEI
Management of point to point calls and SDS messages whilst operating as a Gateway
Repeater Services
Repeats DMO voice and tone signalling on selected talkgroup
Repeats SDS and Status messaging on selected talkgroup
ETSI type 1A DMO Repeater for channel efficient operation
DMO Repeater
(Specific services are software
release dependent)
Transmission of Repeater Presence Signal
Priority Call
Emergency Call (Pre-emptive Priority Call)
E2EE Encrypted DMO traffic
Monitoring of and participation in calls whilst in Repeater mode
Configurable Repeater Power Levels
For PEI (Four Virtual Ports via AT Multiplexer enable PC applications to run simultaneously Packet Data, AT Commands, SDS, SCOUT)
USB 2.0 support for PEI (Two Virtual Ports via standard Windows drivers enable PC applications to run simultaneously Packet Data and AT Commands)
USB 2.0 support for PEI (Four Virtual Ports via AT Multiplexer enable PC applications to run simultaneously Packet Data, AT Commands, SDS, SCOUT); rapid programming
USB On-The-Go (host & slave) capability for intelligent PEI applications
USB 1.1 support (Host Mode) to manage USB Slave Devices (e.g. SIM CARD READER)
Rugged Accessory Connector (GCAI)
General Purpose Input/Output
GCAI - Motorola accessory and ancillary interface for connection of accessories, data terminals and programming
Digital I/O
7 (4 on remote and motorcycle control head, 3 on transceiver)
Analog input
4 (1 on remote and motorcycle control head, with 4 levels)
Security Classes
Class 1 (Clear), Class 2 (SCK), Class 3 (GCK) [Encryption support on DMO/TMO
Gateway and DMO Repeater requires specific software release]
Infrastructure initiated and made mutual by terminal
Security Features
Air Interface Encryption
Secure provisioning tool via Key Variable Loader (KVL)
PIN/PUK code access
User Access Control
Service Profile Selection for Radio User Assignment /
Radio User Identity (RUA/RUI) Operation
Packet Data user authentication
Voice E2EE
End to End Encryption (EtEE)
Packet Data E2EE
Based on login credentials, a radio user can be limited to only those radio
capabilities defined in pre-installed service profiles, selected by the infrastructure
Enhanced End to End Encryption with OTAR supported through AES128 or AES256
Hardware or SIM (via integrated card slot)
Short Data (SDS) E2EE
Regulatory Compliance
EN 303 035-1
Radio (R&TTE Article 3.2)
EN 303 035-2
ETSI EN 300-394-1
ETSI EN 300-392-2
EMC (R&TTE Article 3.1.b)
Electrical Safety (R&TTE Article 3.1.a)
EN 301 489-1 V1.3.1
EN 301 489-18 V1.3.1
EN 60950-1 (2001)
EN50360:2001 EME
Directive 2002/96/EC WEE
Directive e2002/95/EC RoHS
E-mark, Automotive EMC Directive 95/54/EC
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