AOR | MOTOTRBO | DMR scanner

New Revolutionary Multi-mode Digital Voice Receiver!
AR-DV1 digital voice receiver
AR-DV1
AOR What's new ?
http://aorusa.com/whatsnew/

The AR-DV1 is the first scanning receiver of its kind to receive and decode virtually ALL popular digital modes including:
MOTOTRBO™
DMR
dPMR™
APCO P25
NXDN™
Icom D-Star™
Digital CR
Yaesu
Kenwood®
Alinco EJ-47U
 

PLUS conventional analog signals including:
AM, wide and narrow FM, upper and lower sideband and CW modes

The AR-DV1 can be operated independently or computer controlled for easier programming and monitoring. It features:


• wide band reception from 100kHz to 1300MHz*
• a micro USB computer interface
• built-in SD/SDHC card reader for audio recording
• CSV memory data capability for frequency uploads/downloads and firmware updates
• 2000 memory channels (50 channels X 40 banks) that can be stored in the receiver using individualized data for each channel that includes frequency, alpha-numeric channel labels, mode, and more

The AR-DV1 is designed to give monitoring operators the ability to monitor a wide variety of digital and analog frequencies making it particularly useful in areas where government, law enforcement, amateur radio operators and public safety agencies use different digital formats.
AOR is the first and only manufacturer to offer stand-alone (PC-less) automatic decoding of so many digital modes! A prototype of AR-DV1 was presented for the first time at last year’s HAMFAIR in Tokyo on Aug. 23/24, and attracted a lot of attention from the visitors!
A brochure with basic specifications can be downloaded here.

*Cellular frequencies blocked in the US. Product and brand names used are for identification purposes only. All trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.
http://aorusa.com/whatsnew/


3 comments:

  1. Anonymous2/02/2016

    Expensive for what it does. I'm sure cheaper standalone DMR scanners will come one the market soon.

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  2. Anonymous3/08/2016

    What about unencrypted TETRA ???

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  3. Anonymous7/05/2016

    For what it costs it should at least be able to decode TETRA and have transmit ability. Rip off, and will depreciate in value when more sensibly priced digital mode scanners enter the market.

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