Digital

Digital NEXEDGE® NXDN, DPMR, DMR & ATEX Radio

Kenwood entered the professional two-way market in 1978 and in 2001 released its first digital two-way radio transceiver operating on the P25 protocol. By 2008, having jointly developed the NXDN™ digital protocol, Kenwood launched the NEXEDGE® advanced digital two-way radio system winning the prestigious Federation of Communications Services Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio Award in 2010.
Kenwood NEXEDGE® NXDN™ digital two way radio systems offer both Mixed Mode (the ability to communicate with both analogue and digital handsets automatically, without manual switching) for economical migration from analogue to digital and trunked radio communication capability.

Analogue

Analogue PMR Radios & Systems

Kenwood introduced its first professional two-way radios in 1978, entering the US land mobile market in 1983 and the European market in 1991. In 1995, Kenwood launched its TK-250 licensed hand portable analogue two-way radio walkie talkie which quickly set new standards for quality, reliability and durability in operation. To date Kenwood analogue devices are in use across the world in every application from peer to peer to trunked network communications.
Compact, lightweight and durable, Kenwood two-way hand portable walkie talkies provide you with the ideal combination of radios to suit your application, whether for voice or voice and short message communications, with and without displays and keypads.

ATEX

Digital NEXEDGE® NXDN, DPMR, DMR & ATEX Radio

Kenwood entered the professional two-way market in 1978 and in 2001 released its first digital two-way radio transceiver operating on the P25 protocol. By 2008, having jointly developed the NXDN™ digital protocol, Kenwood launched the NEXEDGE® advanced digital two-way radio system winning the prestigious Federation of Communications Services Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio Award in 2010.
Kenwood NEXEDGE® NXDN™ digital two way radio systems offer both Mixed Mode (the ability to communicate with both analogue and digital handsets automatically, without manual switching) for economical migration from analogue to digital and trunked radio communication capability.