The new VX-4100 series mobiles have 50 Watts of power
on VHF and 45 Watts of power on UHF. The channel capacity is a very manageable 8 channels. The uncluttered front
panel and programmable functions make this radio easy to operate.
You will find this radio has many advanced features built in, that
are normally found only on higher priced mobiles.
Also, these new mobiles have the widest operating bandwidth we have
ever offered. Listening to the needs and requests from our customers, the new operating bandwidths are:
Most police departments have radios, be they
hand-held portables or mobiles installed in their vehicles that operate in the UHF Band. However, most fire departments are
similarly equipped with communications products set to frequencies in the VHF Band.
A cost-effective solution is now being offered by Vertex Standard USA in its Interoperability Receiver Board (IRB) that
can be installed on the company’s public safety oriented mobile series, the VX-4100 and the VX-4200.
With boards installed into each department’s mobiles, they can monitor, on a real-time basis, the other department’s
communications. At the same time they do not miss any calls on their own dispatch channel – which has priority.
In many cases you will come across a channel
that is noisier than others. It could be a local computer, power lines, or other on frequency noise that could cause your
squelch to open and cause an unwanted blast of audio.
The VX-4100 allows the programming of separate squelch offsets per channel !
Another feature requested by many customers, multiple 2-tone decode has been added as a standard feature.The VX-4100 series mobiles can decode well over 10 unique 2-tone pairs.As an aid in distinguishing between paging calls, or as a matter of personal preference, there are 7 different
alert beeps to choose from.
Want alphanumeric tags to distinguish between calls?Take
a look at the VX-4200 !