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TDFM 9100 Series Multi-Band P25 PHASE II Airborne FM Communications
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The TDFM-9100 is a multi band airborne FM transceiver capable of supporting up to two single or dual band APX based P25 modules. This radio is P25 Phase I and Phase II compliant and supports digital/conventional narrow band operation as well as TDMA and FDMA operation in trunked mode. Single and dual band RF modules capable of supporting VHF (136 to 174 MHz), UHF Lo (380 to 470 MHz). UHF Hi (450 to 520 MHz) and 7/800 MHz (760 to 870 MHz) bands are available. All standard Motorola options such as encryption, OTAR, Multikey, Trunking, etc. are also supported. The TDFM-9100 can support up to 2000 channels per band. This versatile transceiver is the same physical size as the older (and now discontinued) TDFM-6000 series of radios. NVG Display is an available option.

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FEATURES
Each radio can be individually configured to support one or two, single or dual band, modules
Module supports conventional analog, conventional P25 and optional Phase I (FDMA) and Phase II (TDMA) technologies for trunked operation
Single Band or simultanious Multi-Band
Operation from multiple locations in aircraft (RC9100)
Displays all active channels simultaniously
Cross Band Repeat, Relay and Simulcast
Programming via Motorola CPS software program
Encryption with OTAR and or Multi-Key (optional)
Supports SmartNet, SMARTZONE and P25 trunking (optional)
P25 cabable Bandwidths VHF, UHF-Lo, UHF-Hi and 700/800 MHz Bands
Supports P25 Digital/Analog operation in conventional or trunked Modes
Front panel connector for module programming via USB and encryption key loading
Optional encryption protocols AES, DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB. ADP encryption is standard in all modules
Each module supports 3000 channels/200 zones and can be programmed to operate in either a digital or analog mode on a channel by channel basis.
Each module supports scan across its entire frequency spectrum even if dual band configured
Built in audio switching allows RF modules to operate in either a single or combined transceiver configuration