Harris RF Communications – 7B-RPC-200V INTOUCH EKDU FOR TACTICAL RADIOS

Harris RF Communications

The 7B-RPC-200-V, InTouch eKDU, for tactical radios and networks is a ruggedized handheld that allows users to control tactical radios, operate applications over tactical networks, and provide PTT over tactical radios and commercial LTE networks. Powered by an industry-leading 1. 5 GHz dual core processor, and combined with Android 4. 1, InTouch can support a wide variety of government and third party applications. These applications leverage InTouch's built in functionality and features, including Bluetooth 4. 0, 802. 11 b/g/n Wi-Fi client and access point capabilities, dual cameras, GPS receiver, and an array of embedded sensors. InTouch meets rugged environmental standards including IP-67 and MIL-STD-810G for drop, shock, and vibration. InTouch is also designed for use in extended operational temperatures to support missions on the battlefield. In addition, InTouch also supports audio communications in degraded environments with an internal speaker, a 1W peak output audio amplifier, and three noise cancelling microphones. The InTouch comes with Harris's Keypad Display Unit (KDU) application for controlling and monitoring your Harris radio networks.

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InTouch eKDU for Tactical Radios 7B-RPC-200-V
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