- Latest addition to Harris portfolio of mission-critical radios supports multiple operating modes ranging from analog conventional to Project 25 Phase 1 and 2, in a single band radio
- Multi-mode portable radio includes active noise-cancellation technology to deliver improved voice quality to first responders operating in high-noise environments
- Ideal for public safety agencies who need the full suite of P25 digital trunking features
Harris Corporation introduced its XG-75 portable radio for public safety and mission-critical radio users communicating over P25 and OpenSky.
The Harris XG-75 provides multiple operating modes ranging from Analog Conventional to Project 25 (P25) Phase 2 Digital Trunking. The radio supports the full range of P25 digital trunking features, including clear and encrypted group calls, priority scanning, preemptive emergency calls, late-call entry and dynamic, over-the-air reconfiguration. Available in UHF, VHF and 700/800 models, the XG-75 is ideal for public safety agencies operating on VHF and UHF frequencies that need to upgrade their equipment due to the FCC narrowband mandate.
Equipped with Harris' active noise-canceling algorithm, the XG-75 improves the clarity of both analog and digital calls in high-noise environments. The radio also features an enlarged speaker chamber and 3.8W maximum audio output, resulting in clear, loud audio levels. The XG-75 features an AMBE +2 Version 1.6 vocoder for exceptional voice quality and the ability to send and receive dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) tones over digital P25 networks. Rugged, compact and powerful, the XG-75 can withstand challenging environments, including long-term immersion in water. It is available in black and grey or black and high-visibility yellow casing.