Introducing the Kenwood NX-3720HG/3820HG VHF/UHF digital transceiver multi-protocol digital and analog mobile radio.
This adaptable mobile radio supports both NXDN and DMR digital protocols as well as mixed digital FM analog operation, enabling it to serve with distinction in a wide range of enterprise- and operation-critical applications. Designed with flexibility in mind, it’s packed with convenient features like Bluetooth® for hands-free operation and built-in GPS. And providing greater freedom of installation, the radio’s front panel can be used as a remote control head (this requires an optional upgrade, to be available in future). Additionally, for expansion capability a software license certification system facilitates extensive customization.
One Radio, MultiProtocol Support
The NX-3000 Series offers unsurpassed interoperability for a wide variety of users as it supports muluti digital CAIs — NXDN and DMR — plus FM analog in a single radio. Best of all, a desired CAI can be selected at will, giving you the freedom to migrate at your own pace — whether you are intent on going fully digital, undecided about which digital system to pick, or just wanting to maintain both digital and analog for a while. An NX-3000 radio can simultaneously support two digital protocols plus analog, offering the following combinations: FM/NXDN and FM/DMR.
Kenwood NX-3720HG/3820HG Features
Hands-free operation is vital for many NX-3000 users. The radios’ built-in Bluetooth® module is compatible with Headset and Serial Port Profiles (ver. 3.0) and keeps your hands free.
GPS To Transmit Your Position
Featuring an integrated GPS module and antenna, NX-3000 portable radios can transmit positional data, enabling effective management when used with tracking applications like KAS-20 software. Mobile models can support GPS with the optional KRA-40G.
Secure communications are an essential requirement, especially for public safety applications. NX-3000 radios are equipped with 56-bit key Data Encryption Standard (DES) encryption. For even higher protection the radios can support 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption with optional module.
Sensors For User Safety
Man-down Detection, Stationary Detection, or Motion Detection will be automatically engaged when the embedded acceleration and tilt sensors detect unusual behavior. Lone Worker function automatically places the radio in Emergency Mode if it is not operated for a certain period of time. The bright orange Emergency Button is located at the top (portables) or front (mobiles) of the radio for high visibility and instant access when needed.
Kenwood NX-3720HG/3820HG Additional Features
Multi-protocol digital radio: Designed to operate under an NXDN or DMR digital, and FM analog protocols
NXDN Conventional and Type-C & Gen2 Trunking
DMR Tier II & Site Roaming
Mixed Digital & FM Analog Operation allows gradual migration at your own pace