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NX-920G

  NX-920G
GENERAL
Frequency Range Receive 851 - 870 MHz
Transmit 806 - 825, 851 - 870 MHz
Number of Channels 260 ch
Zones 128 zone
Max. Channels per Zone 250 ch
Channel Spacing Analog 12.5 / 25 kHz
Digital 6.25 / 12.5 kHz
Operating Voltage 13.6 V DC ± 15%
Operating Temperature Range -30° C to +60° C
Frequency Stability ± 1.0 ppm
Antenna Impedance 50 Ω
Dimensions (W x H X D)
Projection not included
160 x 43 x 136 mm
Weight (net) 1.25 kg
RECEIVER
Sensitivity Digital @ 6.25 kHz (3% BER) 0.20 μV
Digital @ 12.5 kHz (3% BER) 0.28 μV
Analog (12 dB SINAD) 0.25 μV
Selectivity Analog @ 25 kHz 75 dB
Analog @ 12.5 kHz 65 dB
Intermodulation Distortion Analog 75 dB
Spurious Response Analog 75 dB
Audio Distortion Less than 3%
Audio Output 4 W / 4 Ω
TRANSMITTER
RF Power Output 5 - 15 W
Spurious Response 70 dB
FM Hum & Noise Analog @ 25 kHz 45 dB
Analog @ 12.5 kHz 40 dB
Audio Distortion Less than 3%
Modulation 16K0F3E, 14K0F3E, 11K0F3E, 8K30F1E,
8K30F1D, 8K30F7W, 4K00F1E,
4K00F1D, 4K00F7W, 4K00F2D

Accuracy specs are for long-term tracking (95th percentile values > 5 satellites visible at a nominal -130 dBm signal strength).

Analog measurements made per TIA/EIA 603 and specifications shown are typical.
Specifications are subject to change without notice, due to advancements in technology.

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Applicable MIL-STD & IP

MIL Standard MIL 810C
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810D
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810E
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810F
Methods/
Procedures
MIL 810G
Methods/
Procedures
Low Pressure 500.1/
Procedure I
500.2/
Procedure I, II
500.3/
Procedure I, II
500.4/
Procedure I, II
500.5/
Procedure I, II
High Temperature 501.1/
Procedure I, II
501.2/
Procedure I, II
501.3/
Procedure I, II
501.4/
Procedure I, II
501.5/
Procedure I, II
Low Temperature 502.1/
Procedure I
502.2/
Procedure I, II
502.3/
Procedure I, II
502.4/
Procedure I, II
502.5/
Procedure I, II
Temperature Shock 503.1/
Procedure I
503.2/
Procedure I
503.3/
Procedure I
503.4/
Procedure I, II
503.5/
Procedure I
Solar Radiation 505.1/
Procedure I
505.2/
Procedure I
505.3/
Procedure I
505.4/
Procedure I
505.5/
Procedure I
Rain 506.1/
Procedure I, II
506.2/
Procedure I, II
506.3/
Procedure I, II
506.4/
Procedure I, III
506.5/
Procedure I, III
Humidity 507.1/
Procedure I, II
507.2/
Procedure II, III
507.3/
Procedure II, III
507.4 507.5/
Procedure II
Salt Fog 509.1/
Procedure I
509.2/
Procedure I
509.3/
Procedure I
509.4 509.5
Dust 510.1/
Procedure I
510.2/
Procedure I
510.3/
Procedure I
510.4/
Procedure I, III
510.5/
Procedure I
Vibration 514.2/
Procedure VIII, X
514.3/
Procedure I
514.4/
Procedure I
514.5/
Procedure I
514.6/
Procedure I
Shock 516.2/
Procedure I, II, III, V
516.3/
Procedure I, IV, V
516.4/
Procedure I, IV , V
516.5/
Procedure I, IV, V
516.6/
Procedure I, IV, V
International Protection Standard
Dust & Water Protection IP54: Radio itself

To meet MIL-810 and IP grade, microphone and cover for the D-sub15 and SP connector have to be connected. (Do not use the KCT cable and/or SP cable.)