Network Integration - Wireless products: The NL5000-T is a high performance radio transceiver designed for voice and data communications. This is a Control Engineering 2013 Engineers' Choice finalist.
NL5000-T is a high performance radio transceiver designed for voice and data communications. Features:
- Narrow Band (12.5 kHz) or Wide Band (25kHz) Models
- Broadband TX/RX Design: 26 MHz VHF,28 MHz 220 MHz ,20 MHz UHF
- 6 Watt (VHF/220 MHz) and 6 Watt (UHF) Models
- Frequency Ranges: 136-162 MHz 148-174 MHz 217-245 MHz 400-420 MHz 450-470 MHz
- Compact Size: 3.6-in. L x 2.3-in. W x 1.0-in H
- Frequency stability standard at 1.5 ppm for fixed applications
- Ultra-fast TX/RX attack times
- Controlled envelope TX keying
- Dual transmit and receive audio paths
- Meets FCC and IC (Canada) standards
- Programmable high/low output power
- SMD component design
- Custom frequency ranges
The NL5000-T Series is ideal for any system design where high performance RF specifications, fast TX/RX attack times, and compact size are a requirement. High specifications permit integration into systems demanding the utmost performance in congested frequency environments. This compact design makes the NL5000-T Series perfect as a retrofit to RNet and JSLM installations. Direct modulation with low distortion and low group delay result in a low bit-error-rate (BER) for enhanced system integrity and reliability. The Swift Lock synthesizer-loading algorithm reduces unit turn-on-time to less than 15 ms for high-speed data throughput rates, and controlled envelope keying reduces adjacent channel "key clicks," resulting in spectrum-friendly operation. Capable of half and full-channel spacing operation, the NL5000-T Series can be installed in systems where re-farming compliant narrowband frequencies have been assigned.
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