Hytera presents the next generation of professional digital mobile radio, the flexible and scalable HM785. The HM785 supports a standard single control head and remote control head (single or dual) to suit different environments such as vehicles, motorcycles and fixed control rooms, ensuring efficient communication.
The HM785 adopts a new appearance while maintaining high quality. The new UI interaction facilitates faster operation. The Al-based noise cancellation technology guarantees clearer voice in noisy environments.
Hytera H Series radios from Hytera are the next-generation range of digital radio communication products from the leading professional communications manufacturer in the world. H Series radios boast some of the most advanced features on the market, delivering unparalleled value to users who need it the most.
More flexible installation
With flexible control heads and accessories, HM785 can be installed in various environments to satisfy different use requirements. The connection cable of the remote control head can be either 3m, 10m or 40m as standard. A connection cable of up to 120m is also available (although customisation is required).
AI-based noise cancellation for clearer audio
HM785 adopts noise cancellation technology to filter out background noise (such as road noise), eliminate echoes, extract human voices from noise and reduce howling and exhalation sounds at close proximity. With this technology, the mobile radio provides crisper and clearer audio for the receiver(s).
More flexible deployment
HM785 supports multiple connections through Bluetooth and the accessory and network (ethernet) ports. It also supports Clarity Transmission and back-to-back connections. Examples of how solutions can be significantly improved are:
- Allow for collection of data from equipment (wired or BT) and facilitate transmission of this data to background platforms using either the IP or radio network.
- Coverage in conventional digital mode can be extended by IP Transit.
- Cross-band or cross-system communication can be achieved through back-to-back or IP Transit.
- For situations where repeaters cannot be connected by IP or the cost of doing so is too high, the repeaters can be connected via cable to MD785i mobile radios to create a wireless link between regions. This could be useful in industries such as oil extraction where offshore oil rigs are used.