XPT (Extended Pseudo Trunk)
XPT (Extended Pseudo Trunk) is a scalable, single-site digital trunking solution that allows you to cost-effectively increase the capacity by simply upgrading the current RD982-S repeater. Connecting to a larger number of users with voice and data has never been easier. XPT complements the best two-way radio using the latest digital technology designed with you in mind to meet your growing communications needs.
XPT will now allow multiple users from various departments faster access to the system to handle urgent requests which increases productivity, enhances customer service and provides better dispatching to security personnel responding to emergencies.
This powerful, cost-saving and ease-of-upgrade XPT is to bring about a bright and original future in various industries. With it, the airport and seaport are able to handle more shipments with higher efficiency; with it, warehouse managers able to playback the voice recording; with it, hotel customers able to use the room telephone to call housekeeper’s radio directly.
The Hytera SW00063 is a XPT single site upgrade license for PD5. This software license works with the following Hytera portable radios: PD502i, PD562i.
This Hytera DT-13010100000031 is a multi-site XPT license (upgrade from single site) for repeater. This software license works with the following Hytera repeaters: HR1062, RD982i-S.
The Hytera DT-13010100000030 is a single site XPT license for repeater. This software license works with the following Hytera Repeaters: HR1062, RD982i-S.
The Hytera DT-13010100000032 is a multi-site XPT license (upgrade from conventional) for Repeater. This software license works with the following Hytera repeater: HR1062, RD982i-S.
XPT System Highlight:
• No need of dedicated control channel
• Large capacity, 8 carriers, 16 traffic channels
• Handshake mechanism to reduce conflict
• Cost effective, fast deployment, easy configuration
• Call Operation
• Priority Call
• Supplementary Services Text Message Beacon Setting Addressing & Access Limitation System Fault Tolerances