DR 600 DMR Repeater
The DR600 DMR Repeater’s versatile configuration options allow it to be used in analog or digital mode, with a third “mixed” mode that switches between digital and analog modes automatically as incoming signals are detected.
The DR600 can extend DMR II and analog signal coverage across multiple sites by leveraging TCP/IP network protocols. Upgraded to support DMR III trunking solutions via a firmware upgrade.
AC/DC built-in power supplies on a 1U x 19” rack mount cabinet. On its front panel, clearly marked LEDs make it easy to keep an eye on operational statuses such as power-on, analog or digital mode, signal Tx/Rx activity, and system alarms.
The DR600’s web interface allows for convenient remote management of system settings as well as monitoring and diagnosing of overall system health. The AIS/SIP ACCY interface located on its rear panel gives the DR600 the ability to directly integrate with third-party applications of your choosing.
Professional 1U Design
Standard & Extensible 1U Design saves installation space, and easy to expand working as transceiver of trunking base station.
Outstanding Heat Dissipation
The unique cooling design combines a built-in heat pipe and three fans to ensure efficient heat dissipation, preventing the repeater from over-heating in high output power mode.
Smart Digital-Analog Auto Detection
DR600 can be configured to analog, digital, or mixed mode. In mixed mode, the repeater can dynamically switch between modes regarding on received signal type.
DR600 supports third party development via a rear port of the repeater. This is achieved via the pin control through the repeater rear port.
IP Multi-site Connect
DR600 repeaters can be connected via TCP/IP network to expand the coverage area, working in digital or analog mode.
DR600 has 9 LEDs to indicate different status such as power-on, analogue repeating, digital repeating, transmitting, receiving, alarm.
DR600 provides AIS/SIP second development interface, allowing dispatch, telephone system and other facilities to be developed by the third party. Remote Monitor and Diagnosis DR600 supports remote monitor/diagnosis and status control.
Contiguous Wave Identification (CWID)
DR600 supports analog transmission of the repeater identification in Morse code format.
DMR III Upgradable
DR600 repeater upgradable to DMR III via software license (optional)
|Frenquency Range||136-174MHz, 350-400Mhz,
|Operating voltage||DC: 13.6V±15%,AC:100~250V 50/60Hz|
|Current Drain Standby||<1.0A|
|Frequency Stability||0.5 ppm|
|RF Power Output||High Power: 40W(UHF)/45W(VHF)|
|4FSK Digital Modulation||12.5kHz Data: 7K60F1D&7K60FXD,12.5kHz
Combination of 12.5kHz Voice and Data: 7K60F1W
|Modulation Limiting||±2.5kHz@12.5kHz, ±4.0kHz@20kHz,
|FM Hum & Noise||40dB@12.5kHz,45dB@20kHz/25kHz|
|Adjacent Channel Power||60dB@12.5kHz,70dB@20kHz/25kHz|
|Digital Vocoder Type||ABME+2™|
|Digital Protocol||ETSI-TS102 361-1,-2,-3,-4|
|Sensitivity Analog||0.22µV(12dB SINAD)|
|Spurious Response Rejection||75dB@12.5/20/25kHz(TIA-603)
|Hum and Noise||40dB@12.5KHz, 45dB@20/25KH|
|Rated Audio Power Output||0.5W|
|Rated Audio Distortion||3% (Typical)|
|Conducted Spurious Emission||-57dBm@ < 1GHz, -47dBm @> 1GHz|
|Operating Temperature||-30℃~ +60℃|
|Humidity||Per MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G Standard|
|Shock & Vibration||Per MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G Standard|
AC POWER CORD
DC Power Cord