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Hytera pd360 dmr radio

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May 11, 2015
Chapeco, SC
Hello Friends,

My doubt is referring to: Hytera PD360 DMR Walkie Talkie.
My name is Evandro Luiz Falabretti, I live in Brazil in the city of Chapecó, SC, and would like to take and ask for information as we are migrating our radios from analog system to digital system, poor have very little knowledge about it, Here in Brazil, this fact of migration has not even started,

Encryption refers, we wonder if this radio has encryption, I know it's digital and everything, bad have a problem here of user interference in our repeater, and our fear is making a big investment like this (around 15 units) and then someone buy a unit any of DMR radio and be able to interfere, play music in our frequency., as has occurred with enough frequency.

So we want to know if the radio has the ability to use a key, and that anyone who does not have the key, you can not hear or interfere in our conversations .. (like today's new digital radio systems eg Military Police ).

I think that encryption calls, it's not where a person to be able to intercept voice messages need, besides having a radio that protocol, know the frequency, and in our case we also need to hold the key to be able to listen to talks ...

I await your information.,

Thank you!

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