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Corporate Profile
EFJohnson is a leading provider of two way radios and communication systems for law enforcement, fire
fighters, EMS and the military. Founded in 1923, EFJohnson is one of the first companies to be fully compliant
with federal government Project 25 interoperability standards. EFJohnson offers a comprehensive portfolio of
digital and analog radio communications solutions to effectively and affordably assist in the transition to digital
P25 compliant systems.
Product Overview
EFJohnson’s product portfolio includes conventional and trunked radio systems, land mobile radio base
station/repeaters, along with mobile and portable radios.
Trunked and Conventional Radio Systems
EFJohnson’s IP25™ Infrastructure Systems provide a secure, flexible Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
solution for building out trunked or conventional Project 25 networks.
Portable and Mobile Radios
EFJohnson radios are used throughout the world by military, police, fire, paramedics, and homeland
security professionals. These radios meet narrowband requirements for analog and digital Project 25
formats, and support legacy systems while providing a seamless transition to narrowband operation.
Company Facts
EFJohnson, a wholly owned
subsidiary of EFJ, Inc.
Date Founded: October 1923
Annual Revenues: $65 million FY2006
Corporate Headquarters: Irving, TX
Operations/Manufacturing: Irving, TX
Website: www.EFJohnson.com
Stock Symbol: EFJI (NASDAQ)
Irving, TX (Corporate HQ)
1440 Corporate Drive
Irving, TX 75038
972-819-0700
© 2007 EFJohnson
Management Team
Michael E. Jalbert, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Ellen O’Hara, President & Chief Operations Officer
Chuck Steier, Chief Financial Officer
Brenda Jackson, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Ed Kelly, Vice President, Product & Business Development
Phil Walker, Vice President, Quality
John Szpak, Vice President, Development Engineering
Marshall Lamm, Vice President, Operations
John Oblak, Vice President, Standards/Regulatory Affairs
Ron Thompson, Vice President, Customer Service
Washington, DC
8181 Professional Place, Suite 115
Landover, MD 20785
800-201-9755
Waseca, MN
123 North State Street
Waseca, MN 56093
507-837-5100
Lincoln, NE
th
3900 NW 12 Street, Suite 200
Lincoln, NE 68521
402-474-4800
2007-03-13
Portables
5100Series Portable Radio
EFJohnson’s 5100 Series Portable Radio is rugged, lightweight, versatile,
and designed to operate in analog and digital applications. It provides a
seamless evolution to next generation networks while offering investment
protection for your present communications system; all in a powerful
software-controlled device that is easy on your mind and your budget. If
you need a multi-protocol portable radio that leads the industry in feature
richness and system interoperability, then the 5100 Series Portable Radio is
your clear product choice.
Project 25 Compliance
Supports Project 25 CAI (Common Air Interface), Project 25
Trunked and Conventional system protocols, and Project 25
Over-The-Air Rekeying (OTAR) functionality.
Industry's Only SMARTNET® II /
SmartZone® Licensee
Industry's only supplier licensed to support both analog and digital SMARTNET
II and SmartZone trunking protocols.
700/800
VHF
UHF
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
Multiple Configuration Offerings
Includes a Model I (no display or keypad),
Model II (display, basic keypad) and a
Model III (display, DTMF keypad) version
that features an enhanced backlit display
and backlit keypad for easier viewing and
usage.
Significant Product Flexibility
Numerous Encryption Protocols
Supports industry standard encryption
capabilities such as AES, DES-OFB, and
DES. Ask about our free Single Key
DES-OFB encryption for P25.
Enables programming of up to 512 channel/talkgroups, supports both narrowband
(12.5 kHz) and wideband (25 kHz) channel
spacing, and multiple system protocols.
Simplified Feature Modifications
and Updates
Easy radio programming and feature
updating using EFJohnson's
PC Configure™ application.
Extensive Accessory Suite
Complete line of accessory products
including speaker microphones, headsets,
surveillance kits, batteries, chargers,
carrying apparatus, and encryption
"keyloading" devices.
Enhanced Product Robustness
Meets applicable Mil Standard 810C, D, E,
and F specifications, as well as approved
by Factory Mutual as intrinsically safe
for use in hazardous environments.
Submersibility
Immersible to a depth of 1 meter for
30 minutes (option - Model I only)
5100Series Portable Radio
Typical Performance Specifications
GENERAL
700/800
VHF
UHF R1
UHF R2
Frequency Range
762–806 MHz
136–174 MHz
380–470 MHz
450–512 MHz
Channel Spacing
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
Maximum Frequency Separation
Full Bandsplit
Full Bandsplit
Full Bandsplit
Full Bandsplit
FCC Type Acceptance Certification
ATH2425171
ATH2425111
ATH2425131
ATH2425141
Industry Canada Type Certification
IC: 933B-2425171
IC: 933B-2425111
IC: 933B2425131
IC: 933B-2425141
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Environment
806-870 MHz
FCC Emissions Designators
11K0F3E, 16K0F3E, 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E, 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E,
14K0F3E, 8K10F1E, 8K10F1D 8K10F1E, 8K10F1D
Input Voltage
8K10F1E, 8K10F1D
16K0F3E, 11K0F3E,
8K10F1E, 8K10F1D
7.2 V
Dimensions (w/o antenna) (HxWxD)
6.65" x 2.55" x 1.80"
Weight (with standard battery)
24 oz. (675 g)
Case
Polycarbonate–black, yellow, orange
Temperature Range
TRANSMITTER
2.5/1 W (700 MHz),
Low Pressure 500.1 I
High Temp.
501.1 I
Low Temp.
502.1 I
Temp. Shock
503.1 I
Solar Radiation 505.1 I
Rain/Blown Rain 506.1 I, II
Humidity
507.1 II
Salt Fog
509.1 I
Dust and Sand 510.1 I
Immersion*
512.1 I
Vibration
514.2 VII, VIII
Shock
516.2 I, II, V
M=Method P=Procedure
5/1 W
4/1 W
4/1 W
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±5 kHz
±5 kHz
±5 kHz
±5 kHz
Modulation Limiting
25 kHz channels
12.5 kHz channels
Mil Spec
810E
M
P
500.2 II
501.2 I, II
502.2 I, II
503.2 I
505.2 I
506.2 II
507.2 II, III
509.2 I
510.2 I
512.2 I
514.3 I(8)
516.3 I, IV, VI
500.3 II
501.3 I, II
502.3 I, II
503.3 I
505.3 I
506.3 I, II
507.3 II, III
509.3 I
510.3 I
512.3 I
514.4 I(8)
516.4 I, IV, VI
Mil Spec
810F
M
P
500.4 II
501.4 I, II
502.4 I, II
503.4 I
505.4 I
506.4 I, II
510.4 I
512.4 I
514.5 I(24)
516.5 I, IV, VI
Supported Encryption
Algorithms
DES, DES-OFB, AES
Encryption Keys/Radio
16 Common Key
Reference (CKR)
16 Physical Identifier (PID)
Compatible with Motorola
Key Variable Loader
Encryption Frame Re-sync
Interval
P25 CAI 360 msec
3/1 W (800 MHz)
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
Mil Spec
810D
M
P
ENCRYPTION OPTIONS
–30°C to +60°C
RF Power Output
Mil Spec
810C
M
P
±2.5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
Encryption Keying
External Key Loader, OTAR
Emissions (Conducted/Radiated)
–75 dBc
–75 dBc
–75 dBc
–75 dBc
Synchronization
Audio Response
+1, -3dB
+1, -3dB
+1, -3dB
+1, -3dB
CFB – Cipher Feedback
OFB – Output Feedback
Vector Generator
National Institute of
Standards and Technology
(NIST) approved random
number generator
Encryption Type
Digital
Key Erasure
Keyboard Command
Code Key Initialization
Internal pseudorandom
generator
Standards
FIPS 46-3, FIPS 81, FIPS
140-2, FIPS 197
FM Hum and Noise
25 kHz channels
-40 dB
-45 dB
-45 dB
-45 dB
12.5 kHz channels
-35 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
2%
2%
2%
2%
Audio Distortion
RECEIVER
Audio Output Power
500 mW
500 mW
500 mW
500 mW
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
Analog Mode: 12 dB SINAD
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Digital Mode: 5% BER
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
Sensitivity
FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVALS
Intrinsically Safe
Selectivity
25 kHz channels
12.5 kHz channels
Class I
Division 1 An area where
there is or could be an explosive
atmosphere most of the time in
normal conditions.
-63 dB
-63 dB
-63 dB
-63 dB
Intermodulation
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
Spurious & Image Rejection
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
Class II
25 kHz channels
-40 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
12.5 kHz channels
-35 dB
-35 dB
-35 dB
-35 dB
2%
2%
2%
2%
Class III Division 1 Location in which
easily ignitable fibers or materials
producing combustible flyings
are handled, manufactured,
or used.
C Ethylene
D Propane and Methane
E Conductive metal
F Carbonaceous material
coal, coke dust
G Grain dust and flour
FM Hum and Noise
Audio Distortion
All specifications are measured per TIA 102.CAAA, TIA 102.CAAB and per TIA 603 standards.
BATTERIES
Battery Type
Non-Incendive
Class I
Dimensions (HxWxD)
Weight
Approx. Life (5/5/90)
Extra-High Capacity NiMH
6.0” x 2.3” x 0.85”
0.81 lbs
Extra-High Capacity NiMH, IS
6.0” x 2.3” x 0.85”
0.81 lbs
UHF/VHF: Minimum 10 hours
700/800 MHz: Minimum 12 hours
UHF/VHF: Minimum 10 hours
700/800 MHz: Minimum 12 hours
Alkaline Battery Clamshell
7.2” x 2.6” x 2.0”
0.98 lbs (w/12 AA batt.)
* Option Model I only
Form S494 1/07 (Supersedes 8/06) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2007 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® and PC Configure™ are trademarks of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET®, SmartZone®, ASTRO® and Motorola® are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. IMBE™ is a trademark of Digital Voice Systems, Inc.
Ignitable fibers or flyings
Division 2 An area where an
explosive atmosphere exists
only as a result of a fault.
A Acetylene
B Hydrogen
C Ethylene
D Propane and Methane
14-16 hours
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
51SLSeries Portable Radio
EFJohnson’s 51SL Series Portable Radio is rugged, lightweight, versatile,
and designed to operate in analog and digital applications. It provides a
seamless evolution to next generation networks while offering investment
protection for your present communications system; all in a powerful
software-controlled device that is easy on your mind and your budget. If
you need a multi-protocol portable radio that leads the industry in feature
richness and system interoperability, then the 51SL Series Portable Radio is
your clear product choice.
700/800
VHF
UHF
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
Multiple Configuration Offerings
Project 25 Compliance
Supports Project 25 CAI (Common Air Interface), Project 25
Trunked and Conventional system protocols, and Project 25
Over-The-Air Rekeying (OTAR) functionality.
Includes a Model II (display, basic keypad)
and a Model III (display, DTMF keypad)
version that features an enhanced backlit
display and backlit keypad for easier
viewing and usage.
Significant Product Flexibility
®
Industry's Only SMARTNET II /
SmartZone® Licensee
Industry's only supplier licensed to support
both analog and digital SMARTNET II and
SmartZone trunking protocols.
Enables programming of up to 512 channel/talkgroups, supports both narrowband
(12.5 kHz) and wideband (25 kHz) channel
spacing, and multiple system protocols.
Simplified Feature Modifications
and Updates
Easy radio programming and feature
updating using EFJohnson's
PC Configure™ application.
Numerous Encryption Protocols
Supports industry standard software
encryption capabilities such as DES-OFB,
and DES. Ask about our free Single Key
DES-OFB encryption for P25.
Extensive Accessory Suite
Complete line of accessory products
including speaker microphones, headsets,
surveillance kits, batteries, chargers,
carrying apparatus, and encryption
"keyloading" devices.
Enhanced Product Robustness
Meets applicable Mil Standard 810C, D, E,
and F specifications, as well as approved
by Factory Mutual as intrinsically safe
for use in hazardous environments.
51SLSeries Portable Radio
Typical Performance Specifications
GENERAL
Frequency Range
700/800
VHF
UHF R1
UHF R2
762–806 MHz
136–174 MHz
380–470 MHz
450–512 MHz
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
Full Bandsplit
Full Bandsplit
Full Bandsplit
Full Bandsplit
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Environment
806-870 MHz
Channel Spacing
Maximum Frequency Separation
FCC Type Acceptance Certification
ATH2425171
ATH2425111
ATH2425131
ATH2425141
Industry Canada Type Certification
IC: 933B-2425171
IC: 933B-2425111
IC: 933B2425131
IC: 933B-2425141
FCC Emissions Designators
11K0F3E, 16K0F3E, 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E, 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E,
14K0F3E, 8K10F1E, 8K10F1D 8K10F1E, 8K10F1D
Input Voltage
8K10F1E, 8K10F1D
16K0F3E, 11K0F3E,
8K10F1E, 8K10F1D
7.2 V
Dimensions (w/o antenna) (HxWxD)
6.7" x 2.52" x 1.9" (6.4 cm x 17.0 cm x 4.8 cm)
Weight (with standard battery)
24 oz. (675 g)
Case
Low Pressure
High Temp.
Low Temp.
Temp. Shock
Solar Radiation
Rain/Blown Rain
Humidity
Salt Fog
Dust and Sand
Vibration
Shock
Mil Spec
810C
M
P
Mil Spec
810D
M
P
Mil Spec
810E
M
P
500.1 I
501.1 I
502.1 I
503.1 I
505.1 I
506.1 I, II
507.1 II
509.1 I
510.1 I
514.2 VII, VIII
516.2 I, II, V
500.2 II
501.2 I, II
502.2 I, II
503.2 I
505.2 I
506.2 II
507.2 II, III
509.2 I
510.2 I
514.3 I(8)
516.3 I, IV, VI
500.3 II
501.3 I, II
502.3 I, II
503.3 I
505.3 I
506.3 I, II
507.3 II, III
509.3 I
510.3 I
514.4 I(8)
516.4 I, IV, VI
Mil Spec
810F
M
P
500.4 II
501.4 I, II
502.4 I, II
503.4 I
505.4 I
506.4 I, II
510.4 I
514.5 I(24)
516.5 I, IV, VI
M=Method P=Procedure
Polycarbonate–black
Temperature Range
–30°C to +60°C
ENCRYPTION OPTIONS
TRANSMITTER
RF Power Output
2.5/1 W (700 MHz),
5/1 W
4/1 W
4/1 W
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
Supported Encryption
Algorithms
DES, DES-OFB
Encryption Keys/Radio
16 Common Key
Reference (CKR)
16 Physical Identifier (PID)
Compatible with Motorola
Key Variable Loader
3/1 W (800 MHz)
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
±1.5 ppm
Modulation Limiting
25 kHz channels
±5 kHz
±5 kHz
±5 kHz
±5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
Encryption Frame Re-sync
Interval
P25 CAI 360 msec
±2.5 kHz
–75 dBc
–75 dBc
–75 dBc
–75 dBc
Encryption Keying
External Key Loader, OTAR
Synchronization
CFB – Cipher Feedback
OFB – Output Feedback
Vector Generator
National Institute of
Standards and Technology
(NIST) approved random
number generator
Encryption Type
Digital
RECEIVER
Key Erasure
Keyboard Command
Audio Output Power
500 mW
500 mW
500 mW
500 mW
Code Key Initialization
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
Internal pseudorandom
generator
Analog Mode: 12 dB SINAD
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Digital Mode: 5% BER
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
12.5 kHz channels
Emissions (Conducted/Radiated)
Audio Response
+1, -3dB
+1, -3dB
+1, -3dB
+1, -3dB
25 kHz channels
-40 dB
-45 dB
-45 dB
-45 dB
12.5 kHz channels
-35 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
2%
2%
2%
2%
FM Hum and Noise
Audio Distortion
Sensitivity
FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVALS
Intrinsically Safe
Selectivity
25 kHz channels
12.5 kHz channels
Class I
Division 1 An area where
there is or could be an explosive
atmosphere most of the time in
normal conditions.
-63 dB
-63 dB
-63 dB
-63 dB
Intermodulation
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
Spurious & Image Rejection
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
–75 dB
Class II
25 kHz channels
-40 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
-40 dB
12.5 kHz channels
-35 dB
-35 dB
-35 dB
-35 dB
2%
2%
2%
2%
Class III Division 1 Location in which
easily ignitable fibers or materials
producing combustible flyings
are handled, manufactured,
or used.
C Ethylene
D Propane and Methane
E Conductive metal
F Carbonaceous material
coal, coke dust
G Grain dust and flour
FM Hum and Noise
Audio Distortion
All specifications are measured per TIA 102.CAAA, TIA 102.CAAB and per TIA 603 standards.
BATTERIES
Battery Type
Non-Incendive
Class I
Dimensions (HxWxD)
Weight
Approx. Life (5/5/90)
Extra-High Capacity NiMH
6.0” x 2.3” x 0.85”
0.81 lbs
Extra-High Capacity NiMH, IS
6.0” x 2.3” x 0.85”
0.81 lbs
Alkaline Battery Clamshell
7.2” x 2.6” x 2.0”
0.98 lbs (w/12 AA batt.)
UHF/VHF: Minimum 10 hours
700/800 MHz: Minimum 12 hours
UHF/VHF: Minimum 10 hours
700/800 MHz: Minimum 12 hours
14-16 hours
Form S557 1/07 (Supersedes 4/06) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2007 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® and PC Configure™ are trademarks of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET®, SmartZone®, ASTRO® and Motorola® are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. IMBE™ is a trademark of Digital Voice Systems, Inc.
Ignitable fibers or flyings
Division 2 An area where an
explosive atmosphere exists
only as a result of a fault.
A Acetylene
B Hydrogen
C Ethylene
D Propane and Methane
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
Ascend
TM
Series
Portable Radio
EFJohnson's Ascend™ Series Portable Radio is rugged, lightweight,
and versatile and is primarily designed for Multi-Net® LMR applications.
A significant additional benefit of this radio is that it is also a multi-protocol
device, which means that the radio can operate on conventional and trunking
infrastructures, and in both analog and digital applications. It provides a
seamless evolution to next generation networks while offering investment
protection for your present communications system; all in a powerful
software-controlled device that is easy on your mind and your budget. If you
need a Multi-Net portable radio that leads the industry in feature richness,
multi-protocol capability, and system interoperability, then the Ascend Series
Portable Radio is your clear product choice.
Multi-Net Compatibility
Provides a next generation product
that supports the Multi-Net Trunked
system protocol.
Project 25 Compliance
Supports Project 25 CAI (Common Air
Interface), Project 25 Trunked and
Conventional system protocols.
Industry's only SMARTNET® II /
SmartZone® Licensee
Industry's only supplier licensed to
support both analog and digital
SMARTNET II and SmartZone
trunking protocols.
700/800
900
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
Multiple Configuration Offerings
Includes a Model II (display, basic keypad)
and a Model III (display, DTMF keypad)
version that features an enhanced backlit
display and backlit keypad for easier
viewing and usage.
Significant Product Flexibility
Enables programming of up to 512 channel/talkgroups, supports both narrowband
(12.5 kHz) and wideband (25 kHz) channel
spacing, and multiple system protocols.
Simplified Feature Modifications
and Updates
Easy radio programming and feature
updating using EFJohnson's PC
Configure™ application.
Extensive Accessory Suite
Complete line of accessory products
including speaker microphones, headsets,
surveillance kits, batteries, chargers,
carrying apparatus, and encryption
"keyloading" devices.
Enhanced Product Robustness
Meets applicable Mil Standard 810C, D, E,
and F specifications, as well as approved
by Factory Mutual as intrinsically safe
for use in hazardous environments.
Ascend
TM
Portable Radio
Series
Typical Performance Specifications
GENERAL
Frequency Range
700/800
900*
762–806 MHz
896-940 MHz
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Environment
806-870 MHz
Channel Spacing
12.5 kHz, 25 kHz
12.5 kHz
Full Bandsplit
Full Bandsplit
FCC Type Acceptance Certification
ATH2425171
ATH2425191
Industry Canada Type Certification
IC: 933B-2425171
Maximum Frequency Separation
FCC Emissions Designators
11K0F3E, 16K0F3E,
11K0F3E,
14K0F3E, 8K10F1E, 8K10F1D 8K10F1E, 8K10F1D
Input Voltage
7.2 V
Dimensions (w/o antenna) (HxWxD)
6.7" x 2.52" x 1.9"
(6.4 cm x 17.0 cm x 4.8 cm)
Weight (with standard battery)
24 oz. (675 g)
Case
–30°C to +60°C
2.5/1 W (700 MHz),
±1.5 ppm
2.5/1 W
±5 kHz
12.5 kHz channels
±2.5 kHz
500.3 II
501.3 I, II
502.3 I, II
503.3 I
505.3 I
506.3 I, II
507.3 II, III
509.3 I
510.3 I
514.4 I(8)
516.4 I, IV, VI
500.4 II
501.4 I, II
502.4 I, II
503.4 I
505.4 I
506.4 I, II
510.4 I
514.5 I(24)
516.5 I, IV, VI
Division 1 An area where
there is or could be an explosive
atmosphere most of the time in
normal conditions.
C Ethylene
D Propane and Methane
E Conductive metal
F Carbonaceous material
coal, coke dust
G Grain dust and flour
±1.5 ppm
±2.5 kHz
Emissions (Conducted/Radiated)
–75 dBc
–70 dBc
Audio Response
+1, -3dB
+1, -3dB
Class III Division 1 Location in which
easily ignitable fibers or materials
producing combustible flyings
are handled, manufactured,
or used.
25 kHz channels
-40 dB
12.5 kHz channels
-35 dB
-35 dB
2%
2%
Ignitable fibers or flyings
Non-Incendive
Class I
FM Hum and Noise
Audio Distortion
500.2 II
501.2 I, II
502.2 I, II
503.2 I
505.2 I
506.2 II
507.2 II, III
509.2 I
510.2 I
514.3 I(8)
516.3 I, IV, VI
Class II
Modulation Limiting
25 kHz channels
500.1 I
501.1 I
502.1 I
503.1 I
505.1 I
506.1 I, II
507.1 II
509.1 I
510.1 I
514.2 VII, VIII
516.2 I, II, V
Mil Spec
810F
M
P
Intrinsically Safe
Class I
3/1 W (800 MHz)
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
Mil Spec
810E
M
P
M=Method P=Procedure
TRANSMITTER
RF Power Output
Mil Spec
810D
M
P
FACTORY MUTUAL APPROVALS
Polycarbonate–black, yellow, orange
Temperature Range
Low Pressure
High Temp.
Low Temp.
Temp. Shock
Solar Radiation
Rain/Blown Rain
Humidity
Salt Fog
Dust and Sand
Vibration
Shock
Mil Spec
810C
M
P
Division 2 An area where an
explosive atmosphere exists
only as a result of a fault.
A Acetylene
B Hydrogen
C Ethylene
D Propane and Methane
RECEIVER
Audio Output Power
500 mW
500 mW
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
±1.5 ppm
±1.5 ppm
Analog Mode: 12 dB SINAD
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Digital Mode: 5% BER
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Sensitivity
Selectivity
25 kHz channels
-75 dB
12.5 kHz channels
-63 dB
-63 dB
Intermodulation
–75 dB
–75 dB
Spurious & Image Rejection
–75 dB
–75 dB
FM Hum and Noise
25 kHz channels
-40 dB
12.5 kHz channels
-35 dB
-35 dB
2%
2%
Audio Distortion
All specifications are measured per TIA 102.CAAA, TIA 102.CAAB and per TIA 603 standards.
BATTERIES
Battery Type
Dimensions
Weight
(HxWxD)
Aprox. Life (5/5/90)
(With Encryption/Without Encryption)
Extra-High Capacity NiMH
6.0” x 2.3” x 0.85”
0.81 lbs
Extra-High Capacity NiMH, IS
6.0” x 2.3” x 0.85”
0.81 lbs
12 hrs/13 hrs
Alkaline Battery Clamshell
7.2” x 2.6” x 2.0”
0.98 lbs (w/12 AA batt.)
14-16 hrs/16-18 hrs
*900 MHz option only supports Multi-Net Analog operation.
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SMARTNET®, SmartZone®, ASTRO® and Motorola® are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
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5100Series Portable Radio Accessories
700/800
VHF
UHF
EFJohnson's 5100 Series Portable Radio is supported by a complete suite
of accessory products. Included in this suite are antennas, speaker microphones, headsets, surveillance kits, batteries, chargers, carrying apparatus,
encryption "keyloading" devices, and programming accessories.
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
Additionally, EFJohnson has developed significant relationships with
many of the industry’s leading accessory vendors to ensure that the 5100
Series Portable Radio is interoperable in "specialized" LMR market applications. Such applications include operation in high noise, HAZMAT, and
extreme surveillance environments.
Key Accessory Types
Antennas
A variety of products including
700/800 MHz, VHF, and UHF antennas.
Audio
Complete line of speaker microphones,
headsets, and surveillance kits.
Batteries
Numerous battery capacity and chemistry
types, as well as an Alkaline Battery
Clamshell product when charging capabilities
are not available.
Chargers
Extensive charger offerings including
120/230V operation, single and multi-bay
configurations, wall mounting apparatus,
and vehicular chargers.
Carrying Apparatus
Multiple carrying choices including cases,
belt loops, and belt clips.
Encryption "Keyloading" Devices
The Subscriber Management Assistant (SMA)
provides an encryption keyloading
application for EFJohnson radios.
Programming
Easy radio programming and feature
upgrading using EFJohnson's PC
Configure™ application.
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Subscriber Management Assistant
The EFJohnson® Subscriber Management Assistant (SMA) is a versatile
tool, but its predominant function is for fast and easy encryption key loading.
Since the SMA uses PDA technology in a ruggedized case, it can be used in
almost any environment. The SMA connects to an EFJohnson radio via a
serial interface. All configuration and modifications are completed through the
serial interface. It uses the FIPS validated SEM security algorithms for all
security functions, including AES and DES. With its Microsoft Windows®
based graphical user interface, the SMA will have you configuring your radios
right away.
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
• Minimize your learning curve with an intuitive
graphical interface
• Read radio key set information
• Erase all keys from a radio
• Retrieve hardware revision information from
the radio
The SMA enables you to:
• Select a key set and make that key set active,
modify and set KEK parameters, set KMF
parameters on the radio, and set or modify
RSI parameters
• Generate a random DES
Key or AES Keys for
download to EFJohnson
portable radios in CKR mode
• Create a new database containing security
parameters such as AES and DES keys
• Enter your own AES or DES key
for download into a portable radio
• Delete or modify an existing database
containing security parameters such as AES
and DES keys
• Use the Microsoft SQL CE database
for storage of security parameters
such as AES and DES keys
• Encrypt all keys stored in the SQL CE using
a 256-bit AES key
• SMA package includes case and adapter
cable
Connect to radios
For keyloading functionality, the SMA
connects to radios via a special
keyloader cable.
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Subscriber Management Assistant (SMA)
Typical Specifications as of August, 2006
SYSTEM FEATURES
Device
HP iPAQ hx2490 Pocket PC
Microsoft® Windows MobileTM 5.0 for Pocket PC, Premium Edition
Operating System
Processor
Intel® PXA270 Processor 520 MHz
MEMORY
Available Memory
64 MB SDRAM
Flash Memory
192 MB
AUDIO, SLOTS AND PORTS
Ports
1 Serial
1 USB
1 IrDA
1 Interfaces
Slots
1 Type II
1 Support 1-bit SDIO and 4-bit
SD/MMC type memory standard
GRAPHICS AND INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES
Input Devices
Touch-sensitive display for stylus or fingertip
SOFTWARE
Pre-Installed Software
Outlook 2002, Microsoft ActiveSync 3.7.1, Microsoft Reader eBooks
Software Included (ROM)
ActiveSync, Adobe Reader for PC,
ClearVUE Suite (Word and Excel, PPT and PDF),
Outlook 2002 Desktop, WorldMate and Media Player Desktop
EFJohnson® Key Set Creation and Management Application
Key Management Software
MANAGEABILITY
Security Management
HP ProtectTools secured by CREDANT Technologies
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions (h x w x d)
4.71 x 3.01 x 0.65 in (119.4 x 76.6 x 16.3 mm)
Weight
5.8 oz (164.4 g)
ACCESSORIES INCLUDED
Case
Lightweight, aircraft-grade aluminum case precisely molded
Cable
Adapter cable to connect to EFJohnson radio programming cables
to fit the SMA with neoprene lining to protect against drops
Additional cable required for programming
Form S555 3/07 (Supersedes 10/06) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
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EFJohnson logo and EFJohnson are registered trademarks of EFJohnson. Microsoft and Windows MobileTM are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp. Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
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Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
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PC Configure Programming Software
TM
EFJohnson’s PC Configure™ software is the most user-friendly programming
software for public safety and service radio users. Program all of your
EFJohnson® mobile and portable radios quickly and easily with the same
software package. With minimal setup time or training, PC Configure gives you
the flexibility to program your EFJohnson 5100, 51SL, and Ascend™ Series
Portable as well as 5300, 53SL, and Ascend Series Mobile radios for any
encryption or system type installed on the radio.
PC Configure is a Windows®-based application. With its intuitive and unique
graphical display, PC Configure allows you to re-reflash radios much faster
than any other radio programming software. PC Configure’s “remember”
function stores previously programmed parameters (such as software version or
options) and recalls them for future use.
Manage encryption keys, channels, zones, and
other vital radio functions – all from your PC
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
• Minimize your learning curve with an intuitive
graphical interface
• Configure mobile and portable radios with a
single software package
• Switch between radio and system parameters,
and program zone and channel properties with
the click of a mouse
• Program your radios in analog
conventional, Multi-Net®, Project 25
conventional and trunking, and
SMARTNET®/SmartZone®
• Use one template to program multiple
radios – simply change unit IDs and download
the file to each radio
Computer Requirements
800 MHz Pentium or greater
128 MB RAM
40 MB hard disk space
CD-ROM drive
The portability of the software lets you
program your radios anywhere.
Simplify radio
programming with a
click of a mouse
Form S554 4/06 (Supersedes 3/05) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo®, EFJohnson®, PC Configure™, and Multi-Net® are trademarks of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET® and SmartZone® are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp.
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Enhanced System Key™ (ESK)
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters,
EMS, and military.
Key Features and Benefits
Protect your radio programming authorizations with the
EFJohnson Enhanced System Key™ (ESK). Based on the
SafeNet Sentinel Ultra ProUSB Dongle, data is protected with
AES encryption algorithms – providing extra security when
distributing EFJohnson Enhanced ESKs throughout your
organization. It can support up to four EFJohnson System
Keys.
The Enhanced ESK communicates with EFJohnson’s PC
Configure™ Version 2.1.0 software when connected to a
computer’s USB port, enabling authorized users to program
radios according to specified system key information.
EFJohnson subscriber radios and the
ESK functionality are fully compatible with
SMARTNET® II / SmartZone®, and Project 25
Trunked and Conventional systems
Enables a single programming file to contain
up to 4 systems, i.e. 2 SMARTNET, 1 SmartZone,
and 1 P25 Trunked system — each with their own
unique restrictions
Manage your programming keys in a very
efficient and secure method
Delegate authority to allow groups to program
only what they should be authorized to program
using EFJohnson’s Slave Key
With two ESK versions – a Master System Key and a Slave
System Key – to accommodate your security needs, each is
user-friendly and customizable.
Master System Key (MSK)
This hardware version of the ESK provides full access to all
PCConfigure features. Program up to 4 System Keys into the
MSK, and up to 3 Unit ID ranges and 5 Talk Group ID ranges
from each of these System Keys.
Slave System Key (SSK)
Limit access to system key functionality to your selected ranges
of Unit IDs and Talk Group IDs from the MSK. Track issued
SSKs throughout your agencies by assigning a serial number.
Enter an expiration date for added security.
Our Mission_Your Safety
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www.EFJohnson.com
Form S741 10/06 Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change
without notice.
© 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo, Enhanced System Key, and PC
Configure are trademarks of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET and SmartZone are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
Mobiles
5300Series Mobile Radio
The 5300 Series Mobile Radio is a very capable and flexible tool designed
for demanding public safety communications applications. The ability to
seamlessly interoperate with analog and digital, wideband and narrowband,
and a wide variety of trunking protocols – all installed simultaneously in the
same radio – makes this mobile ideal for migrating critical systems to the
latest open standards. This flexibility helps protect your investment in the
future as well as maximizing interoperability among most installed systems.
Project 25 Compliance
Supports Project 25 CAI (Common Air Interface), P25 Trunked
and Conventional system protocols, and P25 Over-The-Air
Rekeying (OTAR).
700/800
VHF
UHF
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters,EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
Robust and Flexible
• 512 Channels / Talkgroups
• P25 Digital and Analog
• Supported Protocols Installed
Simultaneously
• DES, DES-OFB, & AES Encryption
• P25 Conventional & Trunked OTAR
• Supports Key Elements of MDC1200
• Compatible with Motorola Astro®
• Supports Motorola® System v6.5
Trunking
®
®
Industry's Only SMARTNET II / SmartZone Licensee
Industry's only supplier licensed to support both analog and digital SMARTNET II
and SmartZone trunking protocols.
• SMARTNET II / SmartZone
• P25
Data and Control Interfaces
• Supports P25 Conventional IP Packet Data
• Supports GPS AVL Data
• Radio Control Available to 3rd Party
Developers
Simplified Feature Updates and
Option Selection
• Flexible Programming
• PC ConfigureTM Software Tool
Multiple Configuration Options
Numerous Encryption Protocols
Supports industry standard encryption
capabilities such as AES, DES-OFB, and
DES. Ask about our free Single Key
DES-OFB encryption for P25.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Dash-Mount
Trunk-Mount
2 Control Heads
Hand-Held Controller
Internal or External Speaker
Fixed Control Stations
Siren Option
Motorcycle Configuration
5300Series Mobile Radio
Typical Performance Specifications
GENERAL
Frequency Range (band splits)
Channel Spacing
Analog
P25 Digital
Maximum Frequency Separation
Display
Power Supply
Nominal Voltage (negative ground)
Operating Supply Voltage Range
Standby Current (back-light off)
Receive Current at Rated Audio Power
Current at Max Rated Transmit Power
Temperature Range
Operating
Storage
Nominal Dimensions (H x W x D)
exclusive of mounting, cables, knobs
Nominal Weight
FCC ID
Industry Canada
700/800 30/35 W
VHF, 50W
VHF, 100W
UHF R1, 40 W
762–870 MHz
136–174 MHz
146-174 MHz
380-470 MHz
UHF R2, 40 W ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
450-512 MHz
25,12.5 kHz
12.5 kHz
Full Band Split
15 A
14.5 A
5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
ATH2425311
IC: 933B-2425311
-30°C to +60°C
-40°C to +85°C
5.3 x 18.2 x 35.5 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 14 in)
3.9 kg (8.5 lb)
ATH2425312
IC: 933B-2425312
Mil Spec
810C
M
Backlit LCD. 10 alpha-numeric characters plus Zone, Ch, & Status. Electronically adjustable viewing angle
13.6 VDC
10.9 ~ 16.3 VDC
700 mA
2.7 A
30 A
Environment
12 A
12 A
Low Pressure
High Temp.
Low Temp.
Temp. Shock
Solar Radiation
Rain/Blown Rain
Humidity
Salt Fog
Dust and Sand
Vibration
Shock
Mil Spec
810D
P
500.1 I
501.1 I
502.1 I
503.1 I
505.1 I
506.1 I, II
507.1 II
509.1 I
510.1 I
514.2 VII, VIII
516.2 I, II, V
M
Transmitter Frequency Range(s)
P
500.2 II
501.2 I, II
502.2 I, II
503.2 I
505.2 I
506.2 II
507.2 II, III
509.2 I
510.2 I
514.3 I(8)
516.3 I, IV, VI
M
Mil Spec
810F
P
500.3 II
501.3 I, II
502.3 I, II
503.3 I
505.3 I
506.3 I, II
507.3 II, III
509.3 I
510.3 I
514.4 I(8)
516.4 I, IV, VI
M
P
500.4 II
501.4 I, II
502.4 I, II
503.4 I
505.4 I
506.4 I, II
510.4 I
514.5 I(24)
516.5 I, IV, VI
M=Method P=Procedure
5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
ATH2425371
IC: 933B-2425371
ENCRYPTION OPTIONS
5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm 5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in) (2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
ATH2425331
ATH2425341
IC: 933B-2425331 IC: 933B-2425341
Supported Encryption
Algorithms
DES, DES-OFB, AES
Encryption Keys/Radio
16 Common Key
Reference (CKR)
16 Physical Identifier (PID)
Compatible with Motorola
Key Variable Loader
Encryption Frame Re-sync
Interval
P25 CAI 360 msec
Encryption Keying
External Key Loader, OTAR
Synchronization
CFB – Cipher Feedback
OFB – Output Feedback
Vector Generator
National Institute of
Standards and Technology
(NIST) approved random
number generator
Encryption Type
Digital
Key Erasure
Keyboard Command
Code Key Initialization
Internal pseudorandom
generator
Standards
FIPS 46-3, FIPS 81, FIPS
140-2, FIPS 197
TRANSMITTER
RF Output Power (variable)
Mil Spec
810E
10~30 W (762~806 MHz) 10 W ~ 50 W
10~35 W (806~870 MHz)
762~776, 792~806,
136 ~ 174 MHz
806~825, 851~870 MHz
Maximum Frequency Seperation
Frequency Accuracy*
10 W ~ 40 W
10 W ~ 40 W
146 ~174 MHz
380 ~ 470 MHz
450 ~ 512 MHz
Full Band Split
±1.5 ppm
(-30°C ~ +60°C, +25°C ref.)
Modulation Limiting
25 kHz channels
12.5 kHz channels
Modulation Fidelity
±5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
<5%
(C4FM, 12.5 KHz Digital)
Spurious Emissions
Audio
Analog Freq. Resp. (TIA 6dB/octave pre-emphasis)
FM Hum and Noise Ratio (25 kHz Analog)
40 dB
FM Hum and Noise Ratio (12.5 kHz Analog) 34 dB
Distortion
FCC Emission Designators
8K10F1D, 8K10F1E,
11K0F3E, 16K0F3E
50 W ~ 100 W
-75 dBc
+1, -3 dB
45 dB
45 dB
45 dB
39 dB
39 dB
39 dB
2%
8K10F1D, 8K10F1E, 11K0F3E, 16K0F3E
45 dB
39 dB
ACCESSORIES
RECEIVER
Receiver Frequency Ranges
762~776, 851~870 MHz 136~174 MHz
Maximum Frequency Seperation
Sensitivity
Analog Mode: 12 dB SINAD (25 & 12.5 kHz) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Digital Mode: (5% BER)**
0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Selectivity
25 kHz Channels
12.5 kHz Channels
Intermodulation
-73 dB
-75 dB
Spurious Response Rejection
-75 dB
-75 dB
Audio
Analog Freq. Resp. (TIA 6dB/octave pre-emphasis)
Output Power (3 load)
Distortion (1 kHz, 60% Deviation)
*FCC Part 90.213
146~174 MHz
Full Band Split
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
-75 dB
-63 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
+1, -3 dB
12 W rms
<3%
380~470 MHz
450-512 MHz
0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
•
Antennas
•
Keypad Microphones
•
Desk Microphones
•
Hand-Held Controller
•
Remote Control Heads
•
External Speakers
•
Power Supplies
•
Control Station Components
•
Tone Remotes
•
Encryption Key Management Tools
•
Radio Programming Tools
•
Mounting Hardware
•
Siren
**Measured in digital mode per TIA/EIA 102. CAAA and TIA 102.CAAB Standards.
Form S355p 1/07 (Supersedes 4/06) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2007 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® and PC Configure™ are trademarks of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET®, SmartZone®, ASTRO® and Motorola® are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
53SLSeries Mobile Radio
The 53SL Series Mobile Radio is a very capable and flexible tool designed
for demanding public safety communications applications. The ability to
seamlessly interoperate with analog and digital, wideband and narrowband,
and a wide variety of trunking protocols – all installed simultaneously in
the same radio – makes this mobile ideal for migrating critical systems to the
latest open standards. This flexibility helps protect your investment in the
future as well as maximizing interoperability among most installed systems.
Project 25 Compliance
Supports Project 25 CAI (Common Air Interface), P25 Trunked
and Conventional system protocols, and P25 Over-The-Air
Rekeying (OTAR).
700/800
VHF
UHF
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
Robust and Flexible
• 512 Channels / Talkgroups
• P25 Digital and Analog
• Supported Protocols Installed
Simultaneously
• DES & DES-OFB Encryption
• P25 Conventional & Trunked OTAR
• Supports Key Elements of MDC1200
• Compatible with Motorola Astro®
• Supports Motorola® System v6.5
Trunking
®
®
Industry's Only SMARTNET II / SmartZone Licensee
Industry's only supplier licensed to support both analog and digital SMARTNET II
and SmartZone trunking protocols.
• SMARTNET II / SmartZone
• P25
Data and Control Interfaces
• Supports P25 Conventional IP Packet Data
• Supports GPS AVL Data
• Radio Control Available to 3rd Party
Developers
Simplified Feature Updates and
Option Selection
• Flexible Programming
• PC ConfigureTM Software Tool
Multiple Configuration Options
Encryption
Supports DES and industry
standard P25 digital DES-OFB.
Ask about our free Single Key
DES-OFB encryption for P25.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Dash-Mount
Trunk-Mount
2 Control Heads
Hand-Held Controller
Internal or External Speaker
Fixed Control Stations
Siren Option
53SLSeries Mobile Radio
Typical Performance Specifications
GENERAL
Frequency Range (band splits)
Channel Spacing
Analog
P25 Digital
Maximum Frequency Separation
Display
Power Supply
Nominal Voltage (negative ground)
Operating Supply Voltage Range
Standby Current (back-light off)
Receive Current at Rated Audio Power
Current at Max Rated Transmit Power
Temperature Range
Operating
Storage
Nominal Dimensions (H x W x D)
exclusive of mounting, cables, knobs
Nominal Weight
FCC ID
Industry Canada
700/800 30/35 W
VHF, 50W
VHF, 100W
UHF, R1 40 W
762–870 MHz
136–174 MHz
146-174 MHz
380-470 MHz
UHF, R2 40 W
450-512 MHz
25,12.5 kHz
12.5 kHz
Full Band Split
15 A
14.5 A
5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
ATH2425311
IC: 933B-2425311
-30°C to +60°C
-40°C to +85°C
5.3 x 18.2 x 35.5 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 14 in)
3.9 kg (8.5 lb)
ATH2425312
IC: 933B-2425312
Environment
Mil Spec
810C
M
Backlit LCD. 10 alpha-numeric characters plus Zone, Ch, & Status. Electronically adjustable viewing angle
13.6 VDC
10.9 ~ 16.3 VDC
700 mA
2.7 A
30 A
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
12 A
12 A
Low Pressure
High Temp.
Low Temp.
Temp. Shock
Solar Radiation
Rain/Blown Rain
Humidity
Salt Fog
Dust and Sand
Vibration
Shock
Mil Spec
810D
P
500.1 I
501.1 I
502.1 I
503.1 I
505.1 I
506.1 I, II
507.1 II
509.1 I
510.1 I
514.2 VII, VIII
516.2 I, II, V
M
P
Transmitter Frequency Range(s)
M
500.2 II
501.2 I, II
502.2 I, II
503.2 I
505.2 I
506.2 II
507.2 II, III
509.2 I
510.2 I
514.3 I(8)
516.3 I, IV, VI
Mil Spec
810F
P
500.3 II
501.3 I, II
502.3 I, II
503.3 I
505.3 I
506.3 I, II
507.3 II, III
509.3 I
510.3 I
514.4 I(8)
516.4 I, IV, VI
M
5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
ATH2425371
IC: 933B-2425371
10~30 W (762~806 MHz) 10 W ~ 50 W
10~35 W (806~870 MHz)
762~776, 792~806,
136 ~ 174 MHz
806~825, 851~870 MHz
Maximum Frequency Seperation
Frequency Accuracy*
510.4 I
514.5 I(24)
516.5 I, IV, VI
ENCRYPTION OPTIONS
5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm 5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in) (2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
ATH2425331
ATH2425341
IC: 933B-2425331 IC: 933B-2425341
50 W ~ 100 W
10 W ~ 40 W
10 W ~ 40 W
146 ~174 MHz
380 ~ 470 MHz
450 ~ 512 MHz
Full Band Split
±1.5 ppm
(-30°C ~ +60°C, +25°C ref.)
Modulation Limiting
25 kHz channels
12.5 kHz channels
Modulation Fidelity
±5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
<5%
(C4FM, 12.5 KHz Digital)
Spurious Emissions
Audio
Analog Freq. Resp. (TIA 6dB/octave pre-emphasis)
FM Hum and Noise Ratio (25 kHz Analog)
45 dB
FM Hum and Noise Ratio (12.5 kHz Analog) 40 dB
Distortion
FCC Emission Designators
8K10F1D, 8K10F1E,
11K0F3E, 16K0F3E
-75 dBc
+1, -3 dB
45 dB
45 dB
39 dB
39 dB
2%
8K10F1D, 8K10F1E, 11K0F3E, 16K0F3E
45 dB
39 dB
Supported Encryption
Algorithms
DES, DES-OFB
Encryption Keys/Radio
16 Common Key
Reference (CKR)
16 Physical Identifier (PID)
Compatible with Motorola
Key Variable Loader
Encryption Frame Re-sync
Interval
P25 CAI 360 msec
Encryption Keying
External Key Loader, OTAR
Synchronization
CFB – Cipher Feedback
OFB – Output Feedback
Vector Generator
National Institute of
Standards and Technology
(NIST) approved random
number generator
Encryption Type
Digital
Key Erasure
Keyboard Command
Code Key Initialization
Internal pseudorandom
generator
45 dB
39 dB
ACCESSORIES
RECEIVER
Receiver Frequency Ranges
762~776, 851~870 MHz 136~174 MHz
Maximum Frequency Seperation
Sensitivity
Analog Mode: 12 dB SINAD (25 & 12.5 kHz) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Digital Mode: (5% BER)**
0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Selectivity
25 kHz Channels
12.5 kHz Channels
Intermodulation
-73 dB
-75 dB
Spurious Response Rejection
-75 dB
-75 dB
Audio
Analog Freq. Resp. (TIA 6dB/octave pre-emphasis)
Output Power (3 load)
Distortion (1 kHz, 60% Deviation)
*FCC Part 90.213
146~174 MHz
Full Band Split
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
-75 dB
-63 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
+1, -3 dB
12 W rms
<3%
380~470 MHz
450-512 MHz
0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.35 uV (-116 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm) 0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
-75 dB
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Antennas
•
Keypad Microphones
•
Desk Microphones
•
Hand-Held Controller
•
Remote Control Heads
•
External Speakers
•
Power Supplies
•
Control Station Components
•
Tone Remotes
•
Encryption Key Management Tools
•
Radio Programming Tools
•
Mounting Hardware
•
Siren
**Measured in digital mode per TIA/EIA 102. CAAA and TIA 102.CAAB Standards.
Form S563 1/07 (Supersedes 4/06) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
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®
P
500.4 II
501.4 I, II
502.4 I, II
503.4 I
505.4 I
506.4 I, II
M=Method P=Procedure
TRANSMITTER
RF Output Power (variable)
Mil Spec
810E
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Ascend Mobile Radio
TM
The AscendTM Mobile Radio is designed specifically to provide EFJohnson
®
Multi-Net customers a robust upgrade path to the industry-standard Project
25 Common Air Interface and beyond. This radio provides seamless interoper®
ability among Multi-Net, P25 conventional and trunked, SMARTNET II /
®
SmartZone trunked, and conventional analog systems. EFJohnson's Ascend
series is the only communications radio available on the market supporting
all of these protocols in the same radio. Further, all of these protocols can
be installed simultaneously. Once programmed, switching systems is as
simple as changing channels.
700/800 MHz
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
Robust and Flexible
Project 25 Compliance
Supports Project 25 CAI (Common Air
Interface), P25 Trunked and Conventional
system protocols, and P25 Over-The-Air
Rekeying (OTAR).
• 512 Channels / Talkgroups
• P25 Digital and Analog
• Supported Protocols Installed
Simultaneously
• P25 Conventional & Trunked OTAR
• Supports Key Elements of MDC1200
• Compatible with Motorola Astro®
• Supports Motorola® System v6.5
Trunking
®
®
Industry's Only SMARTNET II / SmartZone Licensee
Industry's only supplier licensed to support both analog and digital SMARTNET II
and SmartZone trunking protocols.
• EFJohnson's Multi-Net
• SMARTNET II / SmartZone
• P25
Data and Control Interfaces
• Supports P25 Conventional IP Packet Data
• Supports GPS AVL Data
• Radio Control Available to 3rd Party
Developers
Simplified Feature Updates and
Option Selection
• Flexible Programming
• PC ConfigureTM Software Tool
Multiple Configuration Options
Numerous Encryption Protocols
Supports industry standard encryption
capabilities such as DES-OFB and DES.
Ask about our free Single Key
DES-OFB encryption for P25.
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Dash-Mount
Trunk-Mount
2 Control Heads
Hand-Held Controller
Internal or External Speaker
Fixed Control Stations
Siren Option
Motorcycle Configuration
Ascend Mobile Radio
TM
Typical Performance Specifications Subject to Change
GENERAL
700/800 MHz 30/35 W
Frequency Range (band splits)
762–806 MHz
Channel Spacing
Analog
25, 12.5 kHz
P25 Digital
12.5 kHz
Maximum Frequency Separation
Full Bandsplit
Backlit LCD. 10 alpha-numeric
Display
characters plus Zone, Ch, & Status.
Electronically adjustable viewing angle
Power Output
Nominal Voltage (negative ground)
Operating Supply Voltage Range
Standby Current (back-light off)
Receive Current at Rated Audio Power
Current at Max Rated Transmit Power
Temperature Range
Operating
Storage
Nominal Dimensions (W x H x D)
exclusive of mounting, cables, knobs
Nominal Weight
FCC ID
Industry Canada
13.6 VDC
10.9 ~ 16.3 VDC
700 mA
2.7 A
15 A
-30°C to +60°C
-40°C to +85°C
5.3 x 18.2 x 21.1 cm
(2.1 x 7.2 x 8.3 in)
2.3 kg (5.5 lb)
ATH2425371
Pending
TRANSMITTER
RF Output Power (variable)
Transmitter Frequency Range
Maximum Frequency Separation
Frequency Accuracy*
(-30°C ~ +60°C, +25°C ref.)
10~30 W (762~806 MHz)
10~35 W (806~870 MHz)
762~776, 792~806,
806~825, 851~870 MHz
Full Band Split
±1.5 ppm
Modulation Limiting
25 kHz channels
12.5 kHz channels
Modulation Fidelity
±5 kHz
±2.5 kHz
<5%
(C4FM, 12.5 KHz Digital)
Spurious Emissions
Audio
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Environment
Low Pressure
High Temp.
Low Temp.
Temp. Shock
Solar Radiation
Rain/Blown Rain
Humidity
Salt Fog
Dust and Sand
Vibration
Shock
Mil Spec
810C
M
P
Mil Spec
810D
M
P
Mil Spec
810E
M
P
500.1 I
501.1 I
502.1 I
503.1 I
505.1 I
506.1 I, II
507.1 II
509.1 I
510.1 I
514.2 VII, VIII
516.2 I, II, V
500.2 II
501.2 I, II
502.2 I, II
503.2 I
505.2 I
506.2 II
507.2 II, III
509.2 I
510.2 I
514.3 I(8)
516.3 I, IV, VI
500.3 II
501.3 I, II
502.3 I, II
503.3 I
505.3 I
506.3 I, II
507.3 II, III
509.3 I
510.3 I
514.4 I(8)
516.4 I, IV, VI
Mil Spec
810F
M
P
500.4 II
501.4 I, II
502.4 I, II
503.4 I
505.4 I
506.4 I, II
510.4 I
514.5 I(24)
516.5 I, IV, VI
M=Method P=Procedure
ACCESSORIES
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•
Antennas
Keypad Microphones
Desk Microphones
Hand-Held Controller
Remote Control Heads
External Speakers
Power Supplies
Control Station Components
Tone Remotes
Encryption Key Management Tools
Radio Programming Tools
Mounting Hardware
Siren
-75 dBc
+1, -3 dB
40 dB
FM Hum and Noise Ratio (12.5 kHz Analog)
34 dB
Distortion
2%
FCC Emission Designators
8K10F1D, 8K10F1E, 14K0F3E,
16K0F3E, 11KDF3E
Analog Freq. Resp. (TIA 6dB/octave pre-emphasis)
FM Hum and Noise Ratio (25 kHz Analog)
RECEIVER
Receiver Frequency Ranges
Maximum Frequency Separation
Sensitivity
Analog Mode: 12 dB SINAD, 25 & 12.5 kHz)
Digital Mode: (5% BER)**
762~776, 851~870 MHz
Full Band Slit
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
0.25 uV (-119 dBm)
Adjacent Channel Rejection
(analog 25 kHz)
Intermodulation
Spurious Response Rejection
Audio
Analog Freq. Resp. (TIA 6dB/octave pre-emphasis)
Output Power (3
load)
Distortion (1 kHz, 60% Deviation)
75 dB
73 dB
75 dB
+1, -3 dB
12 W rms
<3%
*FCC Part 90.213
**Measured in digital mode per TIA/EIA 102. CAAA and TIA 102.CAAB Standards.
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© Copyright 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo , Ascend, Multi-Net, and PC Configure™ are trademarks of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET®, SmartZone®, ASTRO® and Motorola® are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
®
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Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
Mobile Radio Hand-Held Controller
The Hand-Held Controller (HHC) is a full-featured, discreet, and convenient
alternative to traditional EFJohnson® mobile radio control heads. Designed
primarily for law enforcement, surveillance, and executive applications, the
HHC provides full radio functionality in the palm of your hand. The HHC
is available as a factory option or field-installed upgrade for any remotecontrol-head 5300 series or Ascend mobile for all frequency bands, power
levels, and software options.
Features
• All display functions of the 5300 Series
control head
• All six programmable function buttons
of the 5300 Series control head
• Adjustable display and keypad
backlighting (including "off")
• Multi-function LED indicator
• Volume up/down rocker control
• Channel/zone selection rocker control
700/800
VHF
UHF
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
Bonus Features Above and
Beyond Fixed Control Heads
• Dedicated encryption on/off button
(top — not shown)
• Numeric Keypad
• Highly flexible mounting locations for
convenience or privacy
• HHC can be used anywhere with or
without mounting
• Line-level transmit and receive audio via
interface box
• Radio programming and encryption key
loading via interface box
• Compatible with subscriber programming
and encryption tools with adapter
• External speaker jack in interface box
Mobile Radio Hand-Held Controller
HANDHELD CONTROLLER CONTROLS
LCD
Emergency
On/Off
Clear/Secure
Backlit LCD
Telephone/
Special Call
Channel
Busy Channel
Incoming Call
Encryption
Status
Monitor Mode
Push-to-Talk
Tx/Rx LED
Programmable
Function Buttons
Volume Adjust
Microphone
Zone/Channel
Numeric Keypad
Zone
Number
Backlit Keypad
Status
Display
Channel
Number
10-Character
Alphanumeric Display
ORDERING INFORMATION
To order with the mobile radio from the factory:
• Select "Remote-Mount Option" No. 5 at time of radio
order (Does not include required external speaker.)
• 250-0151-005 5" Environmentally sealed speaker
with plug compatible with HHC interface junction box.
(Except for phone plug, this speaker is identical to
the EFJ standard speaker, 250-0151-006, which has
unterminated wires.)
To order as field upgrade:
• Ensure that existing mobile has connection for
remote-control head (or has already been used with
remote control head).
• 250-5300--101 Field installation HHC Kit includes
HHC, interface junction box, 17' radio cable. (Does
not include required external speaker.)
• 250-0151-005 5" Environmentally sealed speaker
with plug compatible with HHC interface junction box.
(Except for phone plug, this speaker is identical to
the EFJ standard speaker, 250-0151-006, which has
unterminated wires.)
Handheld Controller shown with 5326 100-watt
trunk-mount mobile and junction box. External
speaker (PN 250-0151-005), also shown,
is ordered separately.
HHC Kit 250-5300-101
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Related Optional Accessories
• 597-2002-267 17' HHC to Radio cable. (Included
in HHC Kit). Usually needed only for spares or
re-installations
• 023-5300-140 Adapter required to connect radio
programming kit cable to HHC interface junction box.
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
PC Configure Programming Software
TM
EFJohnson’s PC Configure™ software is the most user-friendly programming
software for public safety and service radio users. Program all of your
EFJohnson® mobile and portable radios quickly and easily with the same
software package. With minimal setup time or training, PC Configure gives you
the flexibility to program your EFJohnson 5100, 51SL, and Ascend™ Series
Portable as well as 5300, 53SL, and Ascend Series Mobile radios for any
encryption or system type installed on the radio.
PC Configure is a Windows®-based application. With its intuitive and unique
graphical display, PC Configure allows you to re-reflash radios much faster
than any other radio programming software. PC Configure’s “remember”
function stores previously programmed parameters (such as software version or
options) and recalls them for future use.
Manage encryption keys, channels, zones, and
other vital radio functions – all from your PC
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
• Minimize your learning curve with an intuitive
graphical interface
• Configure mobile and portable radios with a
single software package
• Switch between radio and system parameters,
and program zone and channel properties with
the click of a mouse
• Program your radios in analog
conventional, Multi-Net®, Project 25
conventional and trunking, and
SMARTNET®/SmartZone®
• Use one template to program multiple
radios – simply change unit IDs and download
the file to each radio
Computer Requirements
800 MHz Pentium or greater
128 MB RAM
40 MB hard disk space
CD-ROM drive
The portability of the software lets you
program your radios anywhere.
Simplify radio
programming with a
click of a mouse
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© Copyright 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo®, EFJohnson®, PC Configure™, and Multi-Net® are trademarks of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET® and SmartZone® are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp.
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www.EFJohnson.com
Infrastructure
IP25
TM
Tr u n k e d I P 25
TM
TM
Infrastructure Systems
First responders need a secure, reliable, and flexible Project 25 trunked communication system.
EFJohnson's Trunked IP25™ Infrastructure
System is a Project 25 compliant trunked system
that is designed specifically for public safety and
homeland security, and utilizes Voice over
Internet Protocol (VoIP) for system integration.
IP25
TM
Trunked IP25 provides a modern trunked P25
infrastructure for all of your communications
needs. This modern system meets the National
Telecommunications and Information
Administration (NTIA) mandates for narrowband operation in VHF and UHF frequencies as
well as Department of Defense mandates for
Project 25 compliance.
Trunked IP25 is a switchless end-to-end
digital environment. This system solution does
not require a traditional network switch or
Central Electronics Cabinet to link your consoles
or repeaters, rather it uses standard off the shelf
IP networking equipment. Your advantages are
quicker deployments, fewer network elements to
own and maintain, and increased scalability.
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Reliable
Secure
Feature Rich
Standards Based
Trunked IP25 Infrastructure Systems
™
Key Features and Benefits of Trunked IP25
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Interoperability with Legacy Systems
- Trunked IP25 repeaters operate in P25 Digital mode,
providing clean digital communications.
- EFJohnson's P25 subscriber radios operate in P25 Trunked,
P25 Conventional, and SMARTNET®/SmartZone® - all in
the same radio! Whether you use EFJohnson's Project 25
subscriber radios or P25 equipment from another supplier,
Trunked IP25 provides a secure and reliable P25 system
solution.
- Add or reconfigure radios and other network elements as
your needs evolve, over the life of the system.
Interoperability Across Multiple Agencies
- Project 25 Common Air Interface (CAI) capability enables
users to communicate with other P25 equipment on your
network.
- Analog Conventional, P25 Conventional, and P25 trunked
channel access and control provide the critical communications paths to your users.
- Radio users can talk to each other in the field. Dispatch
centers and command/control facilities can easily conference,
which enables critical communication paths when time
is vital.
- Total IP-based console eliminates the need for cumbersome
electronics cabinets, reduces costs, minimizes foot print, and
streamlines maintenance.
VoIP Technology
All IP25 systems utilize an inherent Voice over Internet
Protocol (VoIP) architecture. Each system element from
the repeaters to the network management system and the
console utilizes IP for sending voice and data across a
heterogenous packet network. The advantage of IP is
installation or expansion of your network occurs with
unprecedented speed and with greater reliability due to
the distributed IP architecture. No more cumbersome
punch blocks or audio switches with this highly scalable
architecture.
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Redundancy and Security
- Multiple voice channels ensure a high level of redundancy
and availability for critical calls.
- IP25 Integrated Network Controller is integrated into the
repeater, which simplifies system management.
- Trunked IP25 brings encryption and interoperability into the
same P25 communications system. FIPS certified, end-to-end
encryptions supported include AES and DES-OFB. You can
make sure that only the right people are involved in conversations on your system.
- Tighten security by using the IP25 Key Management Facility
(KMF) to perform Over the Air Rekeying (OTAR) of all your
radios in the field. KMF provides quick, secure, and complete
management of subscriber radios.
IP25 Digital Dispatch Console
Trunked IP25 Infrastructure Systems
™
Elements of the Trunked IP25 System Include:
Repeaters
EFJohnson's P25 repeaters provide the solution for Project
25 digital operation in the VHF, UHF, and 800 MHz Band.
For added convenience and network management, these
repeaters connect directly to the Ethernet network using
industry-standard routers. Software defined configurations
allow for PC programmability of operating frequency, output
power and other functions-providing quick installation
capability.
IP25 Digital Dispatch Console
Trunked IP25's Digital Dispatch Console enables all of your
first responder groups to be connected. This console operates in Trunked and Conventional modes, which ensures
interoperability with legacy systems. The Digital Dispatch
Console's OTAR capability provides encryption continuity
with the users in the field. You can manage your entire
system from one place-anywhere you have a connected
computer. Trunked IP25's Digital Dispatch Console operates on Windows®-based PCs.
NMS
Network Router
5100
5300
IP Network
IP25 Viewer
IP25
TM
IP25 Network Management System (NMS)
Accessible, intuitive, and powerful. The IP25 Network
Management System (NMS) can be accessed by authorized users from any PC with a web browser and network
connectivity. User friendly menus and drop down selection
boxes make operating the NMS as simple as navigating
pages on the Internet. It is a feature rich platform that
allows remote configuration and management of the system
as well as provides advanced capabilities such as multiagency partitioning, dynamic regroup, and remote radio
disable.
IP25 Viewer
The IP25 Viewer is a suite of software tools that assist
the administrator in managing overall performance of the
trunking system. Real time scrolling detailed lists or graphical representations of the repeater site can be used to
monitor the health of the IP25 Trunking System. A suite of
preconfigured reports can be used to observe trends and
track system usage.
Trunked IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
Project 25
Telecommunications Industry Association's (TIA) standard for digital 2-way radio technology. Project 25 was
originally created by the Association of Public Safety
Communications Officials, International (APCO) in
cooperation with the National Association of State
Telecommunications Directors (NASTD) and the U.S.
government to ensure interoperability between Federal,
state, and local public safety agencies. EFJohnson was
one of the first companies to sign up to develop
Project 25 compliant solutions.
About EFJohnson
EFJohnson provides digital Project 25 compliant interoperable wireless communications systems solutions for
federal, state and local agencies involved with homeland
security and public safety. EFJohnson, founded in 1923,
was one of the first developers of wireless communications products to be fully compliant with federal government interoperability specifications.
We design, manufacture and market conventional and
trunked radio systems, land mobile radio repeaters, and
mobile and portable radios. Our customers tell us that
we provide rugged, reliable, and interoperable equipment
along with a high level of customer service and support.
For a communications system that you can rely on, and
a company that is responsive and completely in tune
with public safety, turn to one supplier – EFJohnson.
For more information, visit
www.EFJohnson.com
800-328-3911
Form S595 3/07 (Supersedes 4/06) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2007 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® is a registered trademark and IP25 is a trademark of EFJohnson.
SMARTNET® , SmartZone®, and Motorola® are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
3800Series Digital Repeater
EFJohnson's 3800 Series repeaters provide secure digital communications for
first responders operating Project 25 trunked networks. As a key piece of the
Trunked IP25™ system solution, the 3800 Series delivers performance you can
always count on - today and tomorrow.
The 3800 Series repeaters use Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology
to enable intelligent network communications without costly and complex
centralized switching equipment. With a trunking controller built into the
repeater, network management is right at your fingertips.
PC programmable options provide flexibility, simplified setup, and easy field
upgrades. The fully synthesized design of the 3800 Series enables you to make
frequency changes quickly and easily. The modular design of the 3800 Series
simplifies maintenance and servicing.
EFJohnson is a leading provider
of Project 25 compliant two-way
radios and communication systems
for law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS,
and military.
More Key Features
and Benefits
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Trunking controller is built into the repeater,
which simplifies network management
Ethernet interface enables easy network
connectivity
Frequency bands available are VHF, UHF,
and 800 MHz
Project 25 Common Air Interface operation
Each Subsystem can have up to 28 channels
(27 for traffic and 1 for control)
Fits into a standard 19" equipment rack
Network Management provides automatic
configuration of the repeater and remote
software upgrades
Conservative design of power amplifier
circuitry uses multiple devices for maximum
heat transfer and minimum operating
temperatures for long life
Dual synthesizers with ± 1.0 part per million
stability ensure on-frequency operation of
transmitter and receiver
Front panel status indicators show operating
status and diagnostic information for rapid
evaluation and servicing
DSP Processing and flash memory allows
updating of radio operating software via the
Network Manager to meet future needs
3800Series Digital Repeater
Typical Performance Specifications
GENERAL
38X1 (VHF)
38X4 (UHF)
Mounting
Dimensions (HxWxD)
9.0” x 17.0” x 20.9” (23cm x 43 cm x 53cm)
Weight
66 lbs. (29.95 kg)
Temperature Range
–30°C to +60°C
Input Voltage
100 to 240 VAC
Input Frequency
Power Requirements
38X8 (800 MHZ)
19” rack or shelf
50 to 60 Hz
At 110 W - 560 Watts
At 110 W - 457 Watts
At 175 W - 680 Watts
At 25 W - 170 Watts
At 25 W - 170 Watts
At 75 W - 450 Watts
Standby - 45 Watts
Standby - 45 Watts
Standby - 45 Watts
5/6.25 kHz
6.25 kHz
12.5 kHz
ATH2422001-1
ATH2422004-1
ATH2422008-1
Parts 15, 90
Parts 15, 90
Parts 15, 90
400–430, 430–470, 470–512 MHz
851-870 MHz
Frequency Resolution
FCC Type Acceptance Number
FCC Compliance
TRANSMITTER
Frequency Range
132-150, 150–178 MHz
RF Output Power
25 to 110 Watts
25 to 110 Watts
75 to175 Watts
Duty Cycle
100%
100%
100%
Output Impedance
50 ohm
50 ohm
50 ohm
Spurious Emissions
–90 dBc
–90 dBc
–90 dBc
Harmonic Emissions
–90 dBc
–90 dBc
–90 dBc
Maximum Deviation
± 3110 Hz
± 3110 Hz
±5.0 kHz /± 3110 Hz
Emission Designators
8K10F1E
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
±1.0 PPM
8K10F1E
8K10F1E
±1.0 PPM
±1.0 PPM
RECEIVER
Channel Spacing
12.5 kHz
12.5 kHz
12.5 kHz
Frequency Range
132-150, 150–178 MHz
380-400, 400–430, 430–470, 470–512 MHz
806-825 MHz
Sensitivity: for 5% BER
0.25 µV
0.30 µV
0.25 µV
Selectivity
–60 dB
–60 dB
–60 dB
Signal Displacement Bandwidth
± 1 kHz
± 1 kHz
± 1 kHz
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
±1.0 PPM
±1.0 PPM
±1.0 PPM
Intermodulation Rejection
–85 dB
–85 dB
–80 dB
Spurious & Image Rejection
–95 dB
–100 dB
–90 dB
RF Input Impedance
50 ohms
50 ohms
50 ohms
STANDARDS COMPLIANCE
EFJohnson’s radio repeaters comply with the
following standard specifications:
P25 Digital Operation: TIA/TSB 102.CAAB
EMI/EMC:
NTIA Manual Chapter 5
FCC Part 90
FCC Part 15
PSTN Line Isolation: FCC Part 68 (USA)
Form S307 3/07 (Supersedes 4/06) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
EFJohnson logo is a registered trademark, and IP25 is a trademark of EFJohnson.
©2007 EFJohnson.
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
The Right Choice for Infrastructure
Building out a Project 25 network can be easy,
when you make the right choice. Meet the
Conventional IP25 Infrastructure System from
EFJohnson. Conventional IP25 provides the
secure, reliable infrastructure for your
communications needs — today and tomorrow.
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IP25
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Conventional IP25 provides a flexible, cost-effective
solution for conventional systems. It delivers
a complete Project 25 compliant solution
that provides:
Scalability – cost effective for small, medium
and large system deployments
Expandability – new features and capabilities
easily added – many with only a new software load
Graceful Migration – ability to migrate from analog
to digital systems and to future Project 25
enhancements
Using industry-standard VoIP technology,
Conventional IP25 provides a secure, reliable
infrastructure that you can always count on.
Whether you use Conventional IP25 with
EFJohnson’s proven portable and mobile radios or
equipment from another supplier, you’ll have a
Project 25 network that fulfills your requirements
and exceeds your expectations.
Conventional IP25 Infrastructure Systems
The Right Choice for Infrastructure
Conventional IP25
Integrates These Elements:
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EFJohnson's powerful base station/repeaters
Intuitive IP25 Digital Dispatch Console
Secure Key Management Facility
IP25 Voter
2600 Series Base Station/Repeaters
These powerful repeaters adaptively support communications of both analog and P25 digital subscriber
equipment. For added convenience, the dual mode
base station/repeaters interconnect throughout your
network using industry-standard routers.
IP25 Digital Dispatch Console
The EFJohnson IP25 Digital Dispatch Console is
a software program that provides the interface into the
IP25 packet network. You can manage your entire
network from one place – anywhere you have a computer.
The IP25 Digital Dispatch Console operates on any
Windows®-based PC. Its intuitive graphical user interface will have you in complete control in no time.
Communicate with P25 radios on your network on an
individual basis, or establish talk-groups. The
EFJohnson IP25 Digital Dispatch Console enables you
to put more consoles in less space than ever before.
Key Management Facility
* Project 25 – Telecommunications Industry Association’s (TIA) standard
for digital 2-way radio technology. Originally created by the Association of
Public Safety Communications Officials, International (APCO) in cooperation
with the National Association of State Telecommunications Directors (NASTD)
and the U.S. government to ensure interoperability between Federal, State,
and local public safety agencies.
Maintaining control over the radios on your network is
a vital function. EFJohnson’s Key Management Facility
(KMF) enables you to control every P25 OTAR (Over
the Air Re-keying) compliant radio on your network.
OTAR capability allows you to re-key your radios in the
field, wherever they are and whenever you need them.
EFJohnson offers the industry’s only PDA-based key
loader, which extends your reach even further.
Conventional IP25 Infrastructure Systems
The Right Choice for Infrastructure
IP25
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Network Interface Unit
The Network Interface Unit acts as the
gateway between analog dispatch
equipment, telephone interconnect devices,
and conventional network digital systems.
IP25 Voter
The IP25 Voter uses sophisticated voting
algorithms to enhance receive audio quality
by receiving and comparing the receive
signals from various receivers and selecting
the best signal.
Interoperability
At EFJohnson, interoperability is more than
just a catch phrase. It’s the focus of our
business. The IP25 systems are designed
to work with any Project 25 compliant
radios, not just those designed by
EFJohnson. If your equipment is in
compliance with P25, you can be certain
that it will work on our system.
VoIP Technology
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the
transfer of voice signals over Internet
Protocol. IP is an industry standard protocol
that was designed for use in interconnected
systems of packet-switched computer
communication networks. The advantage of
VoIP is you can build out your network at an
unprecedented speed, while deploying the
latest network technology.
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
The Right Choice for Infrastructure
About EFJohnson
Conventional IP25 Systems
EFJohnson was the first to implement an IP-based, cost effective
P25 Conventional System. Designed to support both analog and
digital communication, Conventional IP25 enables the co-existence
of legacy analog radios and equipment with advanced P25 digital
radios and equipment. Instead of overhauling all existing radios in
order to take advantage of digital P25 features and capabilities,
Conventional IP25 allows you to migrate at your own pace.
Advanced features and wide area capability without the high cost
of a trunking system.
The perfect marriage of two standards. Project 25's advanced first
responder features and Internet Protocol's heterogeneous packet
switched networking.
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Highlights:
P25 Conventional System
Adaptive Analog and Digital mode
Adaptive 12.5 kHz and 25kHz
Adaptive Clear or Encrypted communication
IP based architecture
Intelligent IP based wide area routing
No expensive Central Electronics Banks
Advanced features
Individual calls
Group calls
Caller Validation
Transmitter steering
Interoperability
Multimode (Analog and Digital) Operation
Cross mode calling (Analog - Digital)
Cross band calling (UHF, VHF, 800)
Ethernet to 4-wire conversion for legacy analog devices
Secure
AES and DES End-to-end Encryption
Over-the-Air Re-keying using IP25 Key Management Facility
Form S544 4/06, Supersedes 5/05. Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® is a registered trademark and IP25 is a trademark of EFJohnson. Windows is a registered trademark
of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
EFJohnson provides digital Project 25
compliant interoperable wireless
communications systems solutions for
federal, state and local agencies
involved with homeland security and
public safety. EFJohnson, founded in
1923, was one of the first developers of
wireless communications products to be
fully compliant with federal government
interoperability specifications.
We design, manufacture and market
conventional and trunked radio systems,
land mobile radio repeaters, and mobile
and portable radios. Our customers tell
us that we provide rugged, reliable, and
interoperable equipment along with a
high level of customer service and support. For a communications system that
you can rely on, and a company that is
responsive and completely in tune with
public safety, turn to one supplier –
EFJohnson.
For more information, visit
www.EFJohnson.com
800-328-3911
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
2600Series Digital Repeater/Base Station
EFJohnson's 2600 Series Repeater/Base Station was designed to
meet the demanding needs of First Responders. This field- proven
product combines performance, reliability and advanced features for
worry-free operation when it is needed most.
The 2600 can be configured as a repeater or as a base station in a
conventional analog, Project 25 digital or mixed mode network.
When operating in mixed mode, it has the ability to detect the signaling mode of an incoming call. It then returns the call back out
over the air using the same protocol as was received.
A wide range of receiver protection methods are available including
CTCSS, CDCSS and NAC. Up to 50 CTCSS and 18 CDCSS are
provided with the community repeater option. Multiple interfaces
support network communications: 4-wire analog used to connect the
station to a remote controller or analog dispatch equipment, and
digital Ethernet used for linking stations or linking the station to dispatch equipment using Voice over IP (VoIP).
The standalone 2600 is a feature-rich product that supports many
advanced P25 features such as group calls, emergency and System
All Call. But the addition of the IP25™ Network Interface Unit
(NIU), a conventional "site controller", the capability is expanded to
include such features as unit and talk group validation, and crossband and cross-mode call routing across multiple sites.
Software defined configurations allow for PC programmability of
operating frequency, output power and other functions - providing
quick installation capability. Front panel status indicators and twoline display show operating status and provide on-site diagnostics for
rapid evaluation and servicing.
IP25
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Advantages:
Standards based
The 2600 Series meets the requirements for
Project 25 digital operation and TIA 603 analog
operation and will interoperate with similarly
compliant radios. The 2600 series also supports
Internet Protocol (IP) for VoIP operation.
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Multiple Modes
The 2600 series repeater can be configured to
operate in analog, P25 digital or mixed mode.
Multiple Call Types
The 2600 series supports multiple call types
including individual and group calls, clear and
encrypted calls, and emergency calls.
High Power
Adjustable, high TX output power. The VHF and
UHF repeaters can be set for 25-110 Watts, and
the 800 MHz repeater can be set for 25-175 watts.
Inherent IP Architecture
These repeaters include an Ethernet port for 10/100
BaseT connection. IP Networking provides quick
intelligent network communications without costly
and complex switching equipment.
Wide Area Capable
The IP architecture makes it simple to connect 2600
Series Repeaters for wide area applications such as
multicasting and transmitter steering.
Interoperable with Existing Analog
Equipment
The addition of the IP25 Network Interface Unit
(NIU) enables advanced P25 features, advanced
networking capability, and also serves as a gateway
between existing analog 4W equipment and the
digital IP25 repeaters and console.
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Reliable
Conservative design, efficient PA heat sink and
continuous performance monitoring ensure highly
reliable, worry free operation.
2600Series Digital Repeater/Base Station
Typical Performance Specifications
GENERAL
26X1 (VHF)
26X4 (UHF)
Mounting
26X8 (800 MHZ)
19” rack or shelf
Dimensions (HxWxD)
9.0” x 17.0” x 20.9” (23cm x 43 cm x 53cm)
Weight
66 lbs. (29.95 kg)
Temperature Range
–30°C to +60°C
Input Voltage
100 to 240 VAC
Input Frequency
50 to 60 Hz
Power Requirements
At 110 W - 560 Watts
At 110 W - 457 Watts
At 175 W - 680 Watts
At 25 W - 170 Watts
At 25 W - 170 Watts
At 75 W - 450 Watts
Standby - 45 Watts
Standby - 45 Watts
Standby - 45 Watts
5/6.25 kHz
6.25 kHz
12.25 kHz
ATH2422001-1
ATH2422004-1
ATH2422008-1
Frequency Resolution
FCC Type Acceptance Number
FCC Compliance
Parts 15, 90
TRANSMITTER
ANALOG
DIGITAL
Frequency Range
132–150, 150–178 MHz
RF Output Power
25 to 110 Watts
ANALOG
DIGITAL
ANALOG
380-400, 400–430, 430–470, 470-512 MHz
851 - 870 MHz
25 to 110 Watts
Duty Cycle
DIGITAL
75 - 175 Watts
100%
Output Impedance
50 ohm
Spurious Emissions
–90 dBc
Harmonic Emissions
–90 dBc
Maximum Deviation
± 5 kHz/± 2.5 kHz
± 3110 Hz
± 5 kHz/± 2.5 kHz
± 3110 Hz
Audio Response
+1, –3 dB TIA
As per TIA
+1, –3 dB TIA
As per TIA
+1, –3 dB TIA
As per TIA
Audio Distortion
Less than 2%
As per TIA
Less than 2%
As per TIA
Less than 2%
As per TIA
11K0F3E, 16K0F3E
8K10F1E
11K0F3E,16K0F3E
8K10F1E
16K0F3E,14K0F3E,11K0F3E
8K10F1E
–50 /–55 dB
N/A
–50 /–55 dB
N/A
–45 dB/–50dB
N/A
DIGITAL
ANALOG
DIGITAL
12.5 kHz
25/12.5 kHz
Emission Designators
Hum & Noise (TIA)
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
RECEIVER
±1.0 PPM
ANALOG
Channel Spacing
DIGITAL
30/25/15/12.5 kHz
Frequency Range
± 5 kHz/± 3110 Hz
ANALOG
12.5 kHz
132–150, 150–178 MHz
25/12.5 kHz
12.5 kHz
380-400, 400–430, 430–470, 470-512 MHz
806–825 MHz
Sensitivity:
12 dB SINAD
0.25µV
N/A
0.30µV
N/A
0.25µV
N/A
Sensitivity:
for 5% BER
N/A
0.25µV
N/A
0.30µV
N/A
0.25µV
Selectivity
Signal Displacement Bandwidth
–85/–80 dB
–60 dB
–90/–75 dB
–60 dB
–85/–80 dB
–60 dB
± 2 kHz/± 1 kHz
± 1 kHz
± 2 kHz/± 1 kHz
± 1 kHz
± 2 kHz/± 1 kHz
± 1 kHz
Frequency Stability (–30°C to +60°C)
±1.0 PPM
Intermodulation Rejection
–85 dB
–85 dB
Spurious & Image Rejection
–95 dB
–100 dB
–80 dB
–90 dB
Audio Response (1000 Hz ref.)
+1, –3 dB TIA
As per TIA
+1, –3 dB TIA
As per TIA
+1, –3 dB TIA
As per TIA
Audio Distortion (at 1000 Hz)
Less than 3% @
As per TIA
Less than 3%
As per TIA
Less than 3%
As per TIA
N/A
–45 dB
N/A
0.5W /16 ohms
Hum and Noise (TIA)
–50 dB
0.5W /16 ohms
N/A
–50 dB
RF Input Impedance
50 ohms
NTIA Certificate Number
JF-129002 (380-400, 400-430 MHz)
STANDARDS COMPLIANCE
EFJohnson’s radio repeaters comply with the
following standard specifications:
P25 Digital Operation: TIA/TSB 102.CAAB
Analog FM Operation: TIA/EIA 603
EMI/EMC:
NTIA Manual Chapter 5
FCC Part 90
FCC Part 15
PSTN Line Isolation: FCC Part 68 (USA)
Five Channels and
7-Foot Rack
Form S487 4/06 (Supersedes 11/05) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
EFJohnson logo® is a registered trademark and IP25™ is a trademark of EFJohnson.
© Copyright 2006 EFJohnson.
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
Key Management Facility II
EFJohnson’s Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems combine the global
reach of the VoIP infrastructure standard with
the Project 25 Common Air Interface (CAI).
Maintaining security and control over the
radios on your network is a vital function.
Control every P25 radio on your network with
EFJohnson’s Key Management Facility II
(KMF II). KMF II is a secure, fast P25-compliant client-server solution that simplifies secure
key management and distribution.
IP25
TM
Using Sophisticated Encryption Keys
KMF II provides you with a reliable, flexible, and portable
means to securely manage your communications.
Centralizing your key management eliminates the need
to manually rekey your radios. The rekeying feature in
the KMF II, known as Over-the-Air-Rekeying (OTAR),
encrypts and sends the keys and related key management messages to prevent them from being disclosed.
For added security, KMF II enables you to send new
keys to any radio on your system. You can create talkgroups to ensure that messages are communicated to
the right people at the right time. If a radio is lost or falls
into the wrong hands, KMF II allows you to disable it.
Key KMF II Functions:
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Creating and deleting keys
Managing subscribers
Managing subscriber groups
Determining whether subscriber can be successfully
addressed
Updating subscribers with latest encryption-related
material
Removing all keys from a subscriber, should it
become lost or compromised
Display a searchable log of all OTAR-related system
activity
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
Key Management Facility II
Advantages
Open Architecture – manage the encryption keys of
any P25 OTAR-compliant mobile or portable radio
Administration – query the radios to find out what keys
are currently loaded, which helps in troubleshooting
Security – communicate between the KMF II server and
client over a secure TCP/IP session
Flexibility – send new keys to all radios on your system,
or set up secure groups to provide encryption to personnel responding to a specific incident or emergency
Organization – manage secure radio communications
among talk-groups, enable operators to visually track
members and encryption keys assigned to each group
Simplicity – set up KMF II in minutes with minimal
training
Convenience – manage key encryption with a PDAbased key loader
System Components
- Application software
- Windows XP-based client workstation
- Linux-based hardware server
- Johnson Encryption Machine (JEM)
For more information, visit
www.EFJohnson.com
800-328-3911
* Project 25 – Telecommunications Industry
Association’s (TIA) standard for digital 2-way radio technology. Originally created by the Association of Public
Safety Communications Officials, International (APCO) in
cooperation with the National Association of State
Telecommunications Directors (NASTD) and the U.S.
government to ensure interoperability between Federal,
State, and local public safety agencies.
Form S548 12/06, Supersedes 4/06. Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® is a registered trademark and IP25 is a trademark of EFJohnson. Windows is a registered trademark
of Microsoft Corporation. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
IP25 Digital Dispatch Console
EFJohnson’s Conventional IP25™ Infrastructure
System provides the secure, reliable infrastructure
for your communications needs—today and
tomorrow. IP25 combines the global reach of
the VoIP infrastructure standard with the
Project 25 Common Air Interface (CAI).
IP25’s Digital Dispatch Console operates on a
Windows XP computer—requiring less space
than traditional desk-sized command consoles—
and provides the interface into the IP25 packet
network. Since it runs on a PC or laptop, you
can take it anywhere. You can manage your
entire network from one place— anywhere
you have a computer.
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IP25
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Point, Click, Control
The IP25 Digital Dispatch Console is easy to configure.
Customize your display features, capabilities and visual
presentation with just a point and click. Develop multiple
screens based on individual dispatchers’ roles and
responsibilities, user requirements or mission needs.
IP Radio Capability
Communicate with all of the P25 radios on your network
with the IP25 Digital Dispatch Console’s radio capability.
Simply connect a microphone and speakers to the PC
running the IP25 Digital Dispatch Console, and you can
talk to your field radios from anywhere. In addition to
being able to communicate with P25 conventional
radios, you can communicate with existing non-P25
conventional and trunking protocols through the
EFJohnson IP25 Gateway.
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
IP25 Digital Dispatch Console
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Advantages
System Requirements
Windows XP operating system
Pentium® 2 processor or greater
10/100 BaseT Ethernet port
Sound Card
128 MB RAM
100 MB disk space
Easy to set up and use so you
can manage your network in no time
Runs on a Windows XP-based computer
Communicate with P25 radios on your
network on an individual basis, or establish
talk-groups
Deploy more consoles in less space than
ever before
Eliminate the process of reprogramming a
host computer to use a protocol compatible
with the network
For more information, visit
www.EFJohnson.com
800-328-3911
* Project 25 – Telecommunications Industry Association’s (TIA) standard for digital 2-way
radio technology. Originally created by the Association of Public Safety Communications
Officials, International (APCO) in cooperation with the National Association of State
Telecommunications Directors (NASTD) and the U.S. government to ensure interoperability
between Federal, State, and local public safety agencies.
Form S549 4/06 (Supersedes 5/05) Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
©Copyright 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® is a registered trademark and IP25 is a trademark of EFJohnson. Windows is a registered trademark
of Microsoft Corporation. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
Conventional IP25 Voter
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IP25
Conventional IP25 Voter
TM
EFJohnson's Conventional IP25 Infrastructure
System provides secure, reliable communications
for First Responders. It combines Project 25
advanced private land mobile radio features and
Common Air Interface with the Internet Protocol
(IP), the global standard for packet data networks.
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The Conventional IP25 Voter helps correct the
imbalance caused by high-power transmit sites with
a large talk out range, and low-powered mobile and
portable radios with a relatively small talkback
range. The IP25 Voter works with geographically
dispersed receive sites to extend the talkback range
of conventional mobiles and portables.
The Conventional IP25 Voter uses a modern, software based design that supports analog, P25 digital,
clear or encrypted communication. This mixed
mode voting comparator has multiple DSPs, utilizing multiple quality indicators to select the best signal for re-transmission and/or routing to a dispatch
console.
The IP25 Voter is ideal for small or large systems.
A single IP25 Voter can support up to 16 receivers
operating on the same frequency. Its inherent IP
architecture enables low cost, single-site or wide
area systems, and simple implementation of features such as multicast and transmitter steering.
Whether public safety or federal government, the
IP25 Voter is the ideal choice for First Responders
needing fast, reliable, high quality communication.
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Advantages:
Integrated solution for Conventional P25
digital and analog voting
Supports clear and encrypted digital voice
Modern software based design
Sophisticated voting algorithms utilize up to
4 methods of comparison to ensure the best
signal is selected
Support up to 16 receivers with one IP25 Voter
Browser-based Voting System Management
Native IP-based architecture
Streamlined 1 Rack Unit design
Conventional IP25™
Infrastructure Systems
Conventional IP25 Voter
TM
Integrated Analog and Digital Voting
The IP25 Voter is a conventional voting comparator that
supports both analog and P25 digital signal voting in a single rack unit device. It also supports clear and encrypted
digital calls.
Sophisticated Algorithms Using Multiple Quality Methods
The IP25 Voter utilizes multiple DSPs and multiple methods of comparison to ensure the best signal is selected for
communication. The type of call (analog or digital) and signal conditions (strong or weak) are used to determine the
voting method or methods.
For analog calls, the voting algorithm will use a combination Out-of-Band Energy (OOBE), Received Signal
Strength Indication (RSSI), and Signal-to-Noise Ratio
(SNR), with OOBE providing the most valuable information in weak signal conditions and RSSI providing the most
valuable information in strong signal conditions. For digital
calls, quality selection is based on error counts, and in situations where multiple packets have no errors or the same
number of errors, the Voter will use RSSI.
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Control the voting system including disabling
or forcibly selecting a receiver
View system alarms including a receiver or
link failure, IP25 Voter DSP failure or socket
failure.
Generate hourly, daily, weekly or monthly
statistical reports on voting activity.
Voice-over-IP Architecture
The IP25 Conventional System utilizes a Voice-over-IP
(VoIP) architecture. Each element in the system, including
the IP25 Voter, has an Ethernet port and software supporting standard Internet Protocol (IP) networking. This native
IP architecture allows quick plug and play installation, feature rich, wide area routing and remote software upgrades.
No complicated wiring, crosspatch panels or Centralized
Electronics Banks are needed. Multicast and transmitter
steering are a snap with IP call routing. New software for
the IP25 Voter can be easily sent using FTP.
Specifications:
Call Priority and Arbitration
Interface
Dual 10/100 Base T Ethernet
In situations where calls are received from multiple sources
at the same time, the Voter will use priority and the configurable rules of Preemption and Ruthless Preemption to
determine which call source should take over the channel.
Emergency calls are automatically given the highest priority
and will preempt any pre-existing non-emergency calls
regardless of the configuration of the Preemption or
Ruthless Preemption options.
Max. Number of Receivers
Up to 16
Analog Voting Methods
Signal to noise ratio (SNR)
Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI)
Out of band Noise (OOBN)
Digital Voting Methods
Bit Error Rate (BER)
Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI)
Voting Rate
Up to 50 votes per second
Receiver Protection
Analog
Digital
CTCSS, CDCSS
NAC
Voting System Management
Operating Temperature
-30 to +60
The Voting System Management application allows remote
configuration, administration and maintenance of the
Voting System. The System Management application can
be accessed using a standard Internet browser. To ensure
the operation of the IP25 Voter, the System Manager can be
used for the following:
Humidity
5% to 95% Non-condensing
Power Requirements
12-24 VDC
110-240 VAC, 50-60 HZ
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Power Consumption
12 Watts
Dimensions
1.75" H x 19" W x 12" D (1 RU)
Weight
10 lbs
Monitor voting system operations including
which receivers are connected, active in a call
and selected.
Form S550 4/06, Supersedes 5/05. Printed in U.S.A. Specifications subject to change without notice.
©Copyright 2006 EFJohnson. EFJohnson logo® is a registered trademark and IP25 is a trademark of EFJohnson.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038-2401
Phone: 972-819-0700, 1-800-328-3911 Fax: 972-819-0639
www.EFJohnson.com
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