The MTP850 is Motorola’s latest TETRA portable terminal for mission critical mobile voice and data communications. By delivering fully integrated voice and data services it ensures users have access to up to date intelligence, enabling them to make truly informed decisions.
Personal protection for staff is simply too important to be left to the individual. The MTP850 has been designed to protect users, with its high quality voice calls, large emergency button and its revolutionary location solution. The integrated satellite (GPS) location service provides the ability to automatically transmit user location direct to a dispatcher**. Ensuring lifethreatening situations are identified, located and resources allocated quickly.
Maintaining private and secure communications is increasingly important, with potentially sensitive information flowing back and forth. With this in mind the MTP850 has been designed to support the highest level of secure protection, from its integrated end-to-end encryption module to Motorola’s industry leading key management facility.
Durable and Robust
Every Motorola TETRA terminal model passes an accelerated life testing process which simulates a 5-year life span; these vigorous tests ensure that the MTP850 meets some of the highest levels of military robustness.
Communications need to be quick and easy to be effective, so the MTP850 has been designed to improve operations, with its large emergency and push to talk buttons. Additionally, its 12.5 cm height makes the radio easy to carry whether on the belt or the shoulder.
True Colour Display
The MTP850 incorporates the latest in cellular user interfaces, ensuring intuitive operation and optimising applications from data enquiries to image sharing. With over 65,000 vivid colours, its high resolution colour display provides accurate reproduction of photos, maps and images.
Designed to deliver. Designed for the future.
Building on the comprehensive integrated data capabilities such as Multi Slot Packet Data (MSPD) and WAP browser, the MTP850 is capable of providing remote access to databases, directories and other resources – as simple as using a computer for timely and dependable communication.
|Dimensions H x W x D (with standard battery)
||125 x 50 x 37.5 mm (with standard battery) 125 x 50 x 33.5 mm (with slim battery)
||1850 mAh (standard), 950 mAh (slim)
|Battery life – standard (based on a 05/05/90 duty cycle)
||>12.5 (950 mAh), >23 (1850 mAh)
|Battery life – standard (based on a 5/35/60 duty cycle)
||> 9 (950 mAh), > 18 (1850 mAh)
|RF power control
||3 steps of 5 dB
||380-430, 806-870 MHz
||Class 3L (1.8W) & Class 4 (1W)
||50 (380 – 430 MHz) 19 (806 – 825, 851 – 870 MHz)
|RF power level accuracy
||+/- db 2
|Receiver static sensitivity
||-112 minimum, -115 typical
|Receiver dynamic sensitivity
||-103 minimum, -107 typical
||-20°C to +60°C
||-40°C to +85°C
||ETS 300 019-1-5 Class 5.1 and 5.2
|Dust and water
||IP54 (Cat 2)
|Shock, drop and vibration
||ETS 300 019-1-5 Class 5M2
||2048 (TMO) & 1024 (DMO)
||40 lists, 20 talkgroups / lists
||Up to 2047 groups
||Half / full duplex
||Gateway and repeater
EMERGENCY VOICE SERVICES
||DMO / TMO / DMO to TMO
||Send on emergency
|Emergency target address
||Individual or group
||100 alias messages
|Short data service (SDS)
||20 message inbox, individual or group addresses, send/receive during calls
|Packet data (PD)
||7.2kbps – 28.8 kbps gross (single or mutli-slot)
||Integrated Openwave browser
|Air interface encryption algorithms
||TEA1, TEA2, TEA3
||“Secure provisioning tool (key variable loader KVL) Over the Air Re-keying (OTAR) for SCK and Class 3 (CCK & GCK)”
||Temporary enable / disable (Stun), Permanent enable / disable (Kill)
||Infrastructure initiated and made mutual by terminal
|Air interface encryption security classes
||Class1 (clear), Class2 (SCK), Class3 (DCK, CCK & GCK)
|Mode of operation
||Autonomous or assisted (A-GPS)
||Integrated in TETRA antenna
||-152 dBm / -182 dBw
||5 meter (50% probable)