Tait P25. Instant, reliable communications is just the beginning
TM9400 MobilesThe Tait TM9400 is a high-performing, flexible and robust mobile, designed for use in challenging environments while delivering high quality audio and intuitive operation to first responders around the world.
Why choose TM9400?
Improve user safety
To enhance user safety, the TM9400 series features Lone Worker, a covert microphone and stealth emergency modes as standard. Its rugged build with an IP54 rating, water-resistant control head, and exceeding relevant MIL-STD-810G mean that users can rely on it in extreme conditions.
The TM9400 series supports efficient operations with encryption, voice and data, simulcast support and pre-set status messages. It can also be upgraded with Tait Unified Vehicle, a platform which loads it with more connectivity, powerful new applications, and comprehensive APIs to increase productivity and safety.
Safe, secure communications
For operational security, the TM9400 supports end-to-end encryption (including AES), the Tait Key Fill Device (KFD) and Over-the-air Rekeying (OTAR).
Ease of migration
Each TM9400 features multiple modes of operation, including analog, analog simulcast IP, 12.5kHz P25 Phase 1 FDMA conventional/trunked, P25 Phase 2 TDMA trunked and LSM (CQPSK) decode capability. This supports easy migration to a more spectrally efficient solution when your organization is ready, while reducing risk. It also operates in VHF and 700/800MHz frequency bands.
Choice and interoperability
With adherence to the P25 standards, the TM9400 series offers your organization greater vendor choice, leading to increased competition and interoperability. It also supports flexible expansion via an options slot for additional capabilities.
Work your way
The TM9400 series allows you to work the way that suits you best. With multiple configuration options, upgradability to Tait Unified Vehicle, software licenses for additional features, and programmable function keys, the TM9400 is an efficient addition to any organization.
Control head options
VHF: 136-174MHz, UHF: 400-470MHz, 450-520MHz, 700/800MHz: 762–870MHz
VHF: 25W, 12W, 5W, 1W; 50W, 25W, 15W, 10W
UHF: 25W, 12W, 5W, 1W; 40W, 25W, 15W, 10W
700/800MHz: [806MHz: 30W, 15W, 5W, 2W; ] 806MHz: 35W, 15W, 5W, 2W
1,000 channels/50 zones (2,000 channels/100 zones optional enhancement with software license)
Military Standards for high humidity, sand & dust, vibration, shock, rain, solar radiation, and more. IP54 water and dust resistant. Operating temperature of -22°F to +140°F (-30°C to +60°C).
Sensitivity, (analog) 12dB SINAD: 0.22μV (-120dBm) for VHF and UHF; 0.28μV (-118dBm) for 700/800MHz
Sensitivity, (P25) 5% BER: 0.22μV (-120dBm) for VHF, UHF and 700/800MHz
Body dimensions (DxWxH)
25W: 6.9 x 6.3 x 2.1in (175 x 160 x 52mm)
30/35/50W: 7.7 x 6.3 x 2.1in (195 x 160 x 52mm)
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As your team grows, so should your spectral efficiency. Now it’s easier than ever to migrate your system to provide more channels, trunked technology, superior audio quality and much more. And with Tait, you know you’ll get the toughest radios, no hidden fees and 50 years of industry-leading expertise.
The unpredictable nature of emergency situations has made real interoperability a critical goal in Public Safety communications for decades. In emergencies, the teams on the ground need to be able to communicate with each other to respond to evolving threats.
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