PDC550 is a smartphone radio which enables the collaboration of multiple communication modes including broadband and narrowband networks as well as public and private networks in various scenarios.
Ideal for users looking to converge multiple technologies into one rugged, reliable unit. Its intuitive Android-based user interface resonates instantly with consumer smartphone users, making the PDC550 the perfect device for enterprises looking to equip their workers with all their necessary tools at the touch of a button without the need for extensive training.
- DMR conventional and LTE PTT communication
- Loud and clear voice quality
- Modern, compact and rugged design
- Converge multiple technologies into one smart device
- Broadband and narrowband convergence
- Multiple protection mechanisms ensuring security
Broadband and Narrowband Convergence
Enables the collaboration of multiple communication modes including broadband and narrowband networks as well as public and private networks in multiple scenarios.
Friendly, Rugged and compact design
5-inch industrial-grade HD touch screen adopts the third-generation glass or Corning Gorilla Glass finish. It is visible even under strong light, and the multi-touch screen can be used even with gloves and in the rain. The back holding design and side anti-slip texture makes the device extremely ergonomic, for a smooth use
PDC550 provides high compatibility and security performance. Multiple applications can run on it, and its open API allows third-parties to develop and customise applications – perfect for OR code recognition, facial recognition and licence plate recognition.
Loud and clear voice quality
Built-in 1W (up to 2.5W) speaker provides loud and clear audio quality for versatile voice service.
Multiple protection mechanisms ensuring security
Communication security: The TF card slot design is used for communication and hardware encryption
Application security: The radio uses professional MDM management software that can remotely control 100% terminal applications.
All applications must complete signature authentication before uploaded to MDM, to eliminate malicious codes.