dPMR Features

dPMR™ Calling Features

Features Mode 3Mode 1/2
Individual Call
Group Call
Broadcast Call
All Call
Gateway Call(PSTN/PBX)
Priority Call(Normal/Priority)-
Data Call (SDM)
Status Call
Transparent Data Call
GPS Data Delivery
Emergency Call & Alert
Pre-emptive Emergency -
Ambience Listening
Remote Kill/Stun/Revive
Call Back (Maximum 10 stack) -
Call Queue -
Digital Voice Scrambler
ANI
Late Entry
Call Set-up

* Individual call only.

Voice Services

Selective call and group call:
Radio to radio, radio to group and radio to all users calls are supported.

Priority call:
Several levels of priority call gives priority over lower level calls. Applicable to individual, group and gateway calls.

Data Services

Data call:
A short data message of up to 100 characters can be sent and received.

Status call:
32 preprogrammed status messages can be sent and received. The status call can be used as a trigger for special functions such as ambience listening, remote stun/kill/revive and GPS data delivery.

Transparent data call:
This function uses a dPMR radio as a data modem allowing data communication on a 6.25kHz channel such as for a remote telemetry system or data applications.

GPS data delivery:
For GPS-based vehicle management applications.

Supplementary Service

Emergency call:
This function sends an automated emergency signal to the dispatcher or another radio. The man down and lone worker functions can be used for the emergency call trigger.

Pre-emptive emergency:
If a network is busy, this call service clears down the existing call and gives the highest priority for the emergency call.

Ambience listening:
The ambience listening function allows the dispatcher to turn on the PTT from a remote location and transmit anything the microphone hears for a preprogrammed period.

Remote kill:
This function disables a lost or stolen radio over the air, eliminating security threats from undesired listeners.

Remote stun/revive:
The remote stun function temporary locks out a radio until the revive command is received, or the user password is entered.

Call back:
Up to ten missed incoming calls can be stored to return the call later.

Call queue:
If a called party or channel is busy, the call queue automatically connects when a channel becomes free.

Digital voice scrambler:
A built-in digital voice scrambler provides about 32,000 codes scrambler for secure conversations.

ANI (Automatic number identification):
The ANI function shows the alias ID number on the LCD while receiving a call, allowing the radio user to identify who is calling.

Late entry:
If a call is in progress when you turn on the radio or come into the radio coverage area, this function shows the caller’s name, and allows you to join a conversation.

Application examples

In combination with various applications, the following services will be provided.

  • • SIP phone/analogue phone connectivity
  • • Connect to a building public address system to speak over using the dPMR radio
  • • PC dispatch from a remote location
  • • Voice logging for system diagnosis or a billing system

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