Innovative 2m/70cm Mobile with Touch Screen
Designed from user input, the ID-5100 offers an intuitive user interface experience with an industry leading touch screen display. Additionally, the ID-5100 interfaces with Android™ devices and Bluetooth® headsets via the optional Bluetooth® module. The ID-5100A is one of the most advanced dualband mobiles on the market today!
|50W, 15W, 5W (Hi, Mid, Low)
|1,000 regular channels, 4 call channels, 50 program scan edges and 1200 repeater memories
Touch Screen Operation
The intuitive touch screen interface provides quick and smooth operation for setting and editing various functions and memories. The 5.5 inch display (320 × 128 pixel) shows a large easy-to-see software keypad, and allows you to input alphanumeric characters quickly. The display responds naturally to the touch allowing you to change settings, enter frequencies and easily edit memory channels.
The ID-5100A has simultaneous receive for FM/FM and FM/DV modes, and the capability of monitoring two DV signals. The main band audio has priority, if two DV signals come in at the same time.
The ID-5100A has integrated GPS, which allows you to transmit and receive position data from the built-in GPS receiver. Position, course, speed and altitude are shown on the display. Use the GPS position information for exchanging position reports, tracing the GPS log and searching for nearby repeater sites. The GPS antenna is located in the remote head, no external GPS antenna required.
Bluetooth® and Android™ App Available
Install the UT-133A Bluetooth® board and download the RS-MS1A (Android™ app) to enable you to wirelessly connect to the ID-5100A and remotely set the DR functions, link with a map application, and send/receive messages over the DV mode.
- DV/FM repeater list function assists you in accessing nearby repeaters, even in areas you visit for the first time.
- Dplus reflector linking commands are added to the DR function to allow easy reflector operation.
- SD card slot for voice and data storage
- DV fast data mode allows users to use data in place of voice frames to transfer data 3.5 times faster than in the conventional DV mode.