10W High Power
Emergency Alert (“Man Down” Alarm)
2800mAh Lithium Polymer (Li-Po) Battery
1024 Channel Capacity (16 Channels per zone, 64 zones)
GD-55 can communicate with a Motorola radio, and it supports time slot 1.
SUPPORTS DIGITAL & ANALOGUE MODE：
As a radio operating under DMR system, Radioddity GD-55 is perfectly compatible with both digital and analogue mode. It can smoothly turn from one into the other.Radioddity GD-55 can communicate with Motorola DMR Radios, it can also support DMR repeater function: both DMR Tier I and Tier II.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?
Analogue radios are traditional walkie talkies operating on analogue mode and using frequency modulation. While digital radios are operating in digital mode, which means they are using a mathematic system represented by binary numbers 1 or 0 to transmit the voice, which becomes digital. Therefore, the transmitted voice is much clearer.
|Comparison between Digital & Analogue|
|Analogue Radio||Digital Radio|
|Technology||Traditional technology||New technology|
|Area Coverage||Smaller area coverage||Wider area coverage|
|Voice||Natural voice: with interference||Digital voice: much more clearer|
|Conversation||One conversation at time||Simultaneous conversations at time|
|Applications||Need hardwares||Software applications|
|MODEL||RADIODDITY GD-55||NORMAL DMR RADIO|
|BATTERY TYPE||LI-PO BATTERY||LI-ION BATTERY|
|HIGH-LOW POWER||H:10W L:4W||H:5W L:1W|
|KEY SIDE SETTING|
Scanning function Lone work
Analog Wide/Narrow bandwidth selection
Emergency alert * Text Message
PC Programmed function Software Online Updating
CTCSS/DCS Busy Channel Lock
Battery Save Function
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