Product Releases

Portable Digital Radios

Tue, 10/30/2001 - 8:03am
M/A-COM, a unit of Tyco Electronics, announced an immersible version of their Jaguar( digital two-way radios. Designed specifically with firefighters needs in mind, the 700Pi is an 800 MHz immersible two-way radio that operates over EDACS, ProVoice-EDACS and conventional systems.

The Jaguar 700Pi incorporates M/A-COM's 3rd generation 800 MHz digital voice technology called ProVoice and utilizes state-of-the-art DSP techniques to provide superior audio quality with encryption, robustness, functionality and channel flexibility. Jaguar products are FCC type approved for commercial use and meet the military ruggedness specification MIL-STD 810E. More than 2,200 firefighters, law enforcement officials and safety administrators helped M/A-COM engineers design Jaguar's mix of features, functions and physical attributes.

Features of the Jaguar 700Pi Digital Radio include IMBE (Improved MultiBand Excitation) vocoder, ProVoice DES, Aegis( DES and Aegis VGE encryption availability, low power (longer) battery operation, and headset, earpiece, speakers, microphones and other accessories availability.

The Jaguar 700Pi Digital Radio can configure up to 800 different trunked systems/group combinations and store up to 99 call ID numbers and 99 telephone interconnect numbers. Transmitter frequency is 806 - 870 MHz, while receiver frequency is 851 - 870 MHz.

Jaguar 700Pi digital radios improve both voice and data communications in challenging public services sectors. They offer critical functions such as status and alert messaging as well as data downloads. ProFile (over the air reprogramming), ProScan( (advanced wide area roaming), and Priority System Scans are advanced features for added efficiency and ease of operation. Thanks to its DSP software-based design, Jaguar's features are easily expandable through software upgrades. For more information about Jaguar software-defined, multi-mode digital radios and accessory products, visit us at


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