Working together with firefighters around the world, we redefined safety and introduced the APX Extreme Series, a combination of feature-rich, ergonomically advanced and ultra-durable radios that are safe, easy and efficient to use.
From day one, the APX 6000XE P25 two-way portable radio has met agencies’ most demanding performance expectations. It delivers trusted performance in a single-band solution without compromising on the extreme form factor or features that are required for routine activities and emergencies. Now, as the ever increasing needs of public safety personnel grow, we are evolving the APX 6000XE to support new technologies like WiFi, Adaptive Audio Engine and Bluetooth® 4.0 wireless technology.
Supported Frequency Bands: 7/800 MHz, VHF and UHF Range 1 and Range 2 bands.
Modes and Protocols include: Analog MDC-1200 and QCII, Digital P25, Conventional or Trunked, Smartnet / SmartZone, clear or secure, repeater or direct.
FIT FOR THE MISSION
Aggressive T-shape so the radio is easier to grip even with wet or slippery hands.
Top Display provides quick access to radio status information and critical notifications.
Intelligent Lighting uses 3 simple colors to alert users of critical radio events like emergency, low battery, out of range and private calls and pages.
Voice Announcement provides audible confirmation of zone/channel selections and various feature like scan, direct mode, emergency, encryption and controls lock.
Radio Profiles allows the agency to create custom user experience based on the role and mission of the user.
Aluminum Alloy Endoskeleton protects the radio's interior from water intrusion even if the outer housing is breached.
IP 68 Rating (standard) ensures the radio can withstand 2 meters of water submersion for 4 hours.
MIL-STD 810 C, D, E, F, G rating ensures you can rely on your radio in the most extreme environments.
Tempered Glass protects the radio's color display user interface from scratches, impact and pressure.
Dual Latch Battery protects the radio from resetting, powering off or ejecting the battery upon impact from drops.
Multiple Hardware Encryption Algorithms like AES, DES, ADP with up to 128 keys so sensitive information stays protected from scanners and eavesdroppers.
Over-the-air Re-key (OTAR) to efficiently update encryption keys of fielded radios over time.
P25 Radio Authentication ensures only valid users can access the system.
Two-factor Authentication allows users to securely query databases.
ADAPTIVE AUDIO ENGINE
Adaptive Dual-sided Operation using beam-forming technology so you can talk into either side of the radio.
Adaptive Noise Suppression adjusts the audio algorithm so you can cancel out the noise as it changes in the environment.
Adaptive Speaker Equalization adjusts the 3 watt loud speaker settings based on volume selection so the sound is optimized for talker authenticity at lower volumes and speech intelligibility at higher volumes.
Adaptive Gain Control adjusts microphone gain based on how loud you talk into the radio to ensure a consistent audio level on the receiving end.
Adaptive Windporting engages a third microphone in order to cancel out wind noise.
INTEGRATED WI-FI AND DATA CONNECTIVITY
Update Your Radio Fleet Software more efficiently without interrupting voice communications or waiting for idle radios.
Up to 20 WiFi Networks can be provisioned in the radio so that users can seamlessly receive radio software updates at facility WiFi access points or in the field via WiFi hot spots.
GPS Outdoor Personnel Tracking shares your personnel's location, resulting in more efficient task assignment and enhanced officer safety.
Mission Critical Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 places a wide range of wireless accessories at your disposal and provides personnel with an added level of security by improving response time in emergencies. With Emergency Find Me, a Bluetooth-enabled beacon signal guides other Bluetooth-enabled APX radios within range to assist the user in distress.
Mission Critical Geofence ensures fast communication and collaboration across multiple departments arriving on a scene by automatically placing first responders in the same talkgroup when they enter an agency-defined virtual barrier.