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NEW IDAS SERIES 6.25 kHz FDMA True RF Efficiency


Photo includes optional RMK-5, HM-218, separation cables and antennas.

IDAS Radio Systems Advantages NXDN/dPMR Protocol Choice The IDAS digital radio system has two protocol choices, NXDN and dPMR. Both protocols are an open digital radio standards using 6.25 kHz FDMA narrowband technology. With this flexible choice, the IDAS radio system allows for interop-

erability with other manufactures equipment for seamless supply/ replacement of existing NXDN and/or dPMR systems. And naturally these FDMA based protocols are a perfect match, when migrating an analog system to digital.

System Scalability According to Communication Traffic and Coverage Depending on communication traffic and coverage, the IDAS radio system can grow up to multi-site trunking from single site conventional to match your communication needs.


Multi-site connectivity Connect two or more repeater sites over the IP network and expand the communication coverage. The multi-site connectivity can be applied to both conventional and trunking modes.

(NXDN Type-C, Type-D or dPMR Mode 3)

Voting scan

IDAS trunking can bind multiple channels and effectively share the limited number of channels with a large number of users.

When used in a multi-site conventional system, the IDAS radio searches an optimal repeater site and automatically selects the repeater. Useful for users moving over wide area.

* Licence key (ISL-UGMTR for NXDN Type-D or ISL-UGMD3 for dPMR Mode 3) required. Type-C trunking upgrade key will be available later.

Direct peer to peer


Multi-site conventional



NXDN™ Convention Mode dPMR™ Mode 1

dPMR™ Mode 2

Multi-site trunking


NXDN™ Type-C or Type-D Trunking dPMR™ Mode 3 Trunking

Licence Upgrade / System Migration for Initial Cost Saving Mix Mode Operation

Licence Key Upgrade

(NXDN conventional or dPMR Mode 1/2)

Necessary functions such as trunking capability, channel capacity, AES encryption and other functions can be added with licence key options. The IDAS radios can be upgraded and customised to meet your specific needs.

The IDAS radio can receive both analog and digital mode signals on a channel and can reply either in analog or digital mode according to the received mode. You can partially introduce the IDAS radios, while still using the existing analog radios in a system.

Programming • Trunking

capability encryption • Channel capacity • AES

System / Radio Unit Management Efficiency Over-the-Air-Programming (OTAP)

System Configuration File (SCF)

The OTAP function allows you to distribute a radio configuration file over-the-air to update the IDAS radios. Save considerable time with no need to return the radio for reprogramming.

Icom’s dPMR Mode 3 system server can export an SCF which includes common system parameters and the IDAS radio can import the SCF for further programming efficiency.

* Licence key (ISL-OTAPML) is required. The OTAP function will be available with the future firmware update.


Site 1 Download

System Management Software, RS-MGR1/RS-MGR2 (NXDN Type-D trunking and dPMR Mode 3) The system management software remotely monitors multiple repeater conditions and traffic statistics over the IP network. If it detects abnormal conditions, the software can send an e-mail alert to the system administrator.

(dPMR Mode 3)


Site 2

System Parameters

Control Server

Site 3


Interopearability with Various System IDAS

RoIP Gateway, VE-PG3 (NXDN conventional, Type-D trunking, dPMR Mode 2 and Mode 3*)

C RC-FS10 Remote Communicator

With a VE-PG3 RoIP gateway, the IDAS radio system can interconnect with an IP phone, analog phone, IP advanced radio system and analog radio as well as NXDN and dPMR protocols.

IP Network* rkk* VE-PG3 IP Phone System

* The RoIP gateway for dPMR Mode 3 will be released in the future. Analog Phone

Analog External Equipment

6.25 kHz FDMA True RF Efficiency


* Note: Private IP Network or VPN Tunnels through the Internet.

Why 6.25 kHz FDMA Narrowband?

True Narrowband: Reliable Communications for Half the Spectrum! 6.25 kHz FDMA allows you to double the capacity of your valued spectrum. The choice of two independent 6.25 kHz in 12.5 kHz, or a standalone 6.25 kHz channel is yours. This double capacity/independent channel flexibility and efficiency is only possible with 6.25 kHz FDMA.

Communications Reliability When You Most Need It No need to allow for TDMA time slot synchronization. Instant communications in emergencies and critical situations. FDMA is the fail safe mode of choice in land mobile radio. Nothing else compares.

FDMA: Proven History Like No Other Radio Technology For over 50 years, FDMA has been the backbone of two-way radio communication. Generational enhancements have cul-

minated in the realization of 6.25 kHz FDMA digital protocols that are literally ahead of their time, while keeping backward compatibility with analog FM.

6.25 kHz Channels: the Current and Future Trend 6.25 kHz channel plans and standards are used in North America, Europe, Japan, Oceania, and the list goes on. 6.25 kHz provides an answer to the worldwide problem of spectrum shortage and efficient use.

Communications Reliability When You Most Need It Narrower bandwidth FDMA provides technical excellence in sensitivity, interference resistance, increased coverage, audio quality, spectrum efficiency and more. Why look at anything else?

IDAS ™ Radio Advantages Takes You To a New Level of “Smart” Small, Slim and Smart

Colour LCD and improved User Interface

The compact body is made possible from new engineering techniques including the use of a custom SoC (System-on-a-Chip) and flat sheet keypad. The slim dimensions are also supplemented with reduced power consumption, allowing for a thinner battery pack.

A high-resolution colour LCD and new user interface is adopted. The colour LCD enhances the visibility both in natural and indoor lighting, with the night mode LCD setting as an alternative for use in night time or low lighting conditions. Functions can be easily set by following easy to understand icons and menu items.

IP68 Waterproof and Dust-tight (Handheld) The IDAS handheld radio is built durable to endure 1 m depth water for 1 hour and dust-tight protection. The radio also passes MIL-STD-810 specifications.

Operating Convenience

Operation example, Setting Call list select

Safety and Security

Over-the-Air-Alias (OAA)

AES/DES Encryption with Over-the-Air-Rekeying (OTAR)

The OAA function sends own alias name with a call to receivers and automatically shows the callers name on the receivers display. It eliminates the need to program the call list to each radio, when a new radio is entered or existing radio is passed to another person.

For digital communication security, the IDAS radio provides basic 4-key DES encryption as standard and can be upgraded to 64-key DES with the optional UT-134. When used with the optional UT-134 and licence key (ISL-AKAES), the AES encryption with the OTAR function are available. The OTAR function* allows updating of encryption keys over the radio channel.

Hands-Free Operation with Bluetooth Headset The built-in Bluetooth module provides remote operation and hands-free communication paired with a third-party headset*. * Available functions depend on paired Bluetooth devices. Icom does not guarantee all functions and performance of the Bluetooth headset.

Digital Voice Recording The IDAS radio can record incoming and outgoing calls, and the user can check recorded communications just in case. When a 32 GB microSD* card is used, a Max. 500 hours of recording is possible.

* The OTAR function will be available with future firmware upgrade.

Emergency Call by Man Down and Motion/ Stationary Detection (Handheld) To remotely monitor worker safety, the IDAS handheld radio has four emergency related functions: motion detection, stationary detection, man down and lone worker functions. If one of these functions are activated, the radio automatically sends an emergency signal.

* A microSD card is required separately.

Power OFF Emergency (Mobile)

Vibration Alert (Handheld)

The Power OFF emergency sends an emergency signal even though the radio appears to be powered OFF.

When a call is received, the IDAS radio vibrates powerfully enough for the incoming call to be felt through heavy clothing.

Radio Kill, Stun and Revive

Functions and menu items can be programmed in a language other than English. Cyrillic and Simplified Chinese fonts are supported.

If a radio a lost or stolen, the radio kill function disables the radio over the air to reduce a security threat. When the radio Stun command is received, all functions will be temporarily locked out until a Revive command is received or the user password is entered.

• Voice announcement • Message of up to 100 characters • Status message • Low battery beep • Normal, priority and voting scan • Internal clock

• Remote monitor (NXDN) /Ambience listening (dPMR) functions • Power ON Password • Surveillance function • Tactical group function for temporarily regroup of user groups

Multiple Languages

Audio Quality Active Noise Canceller

Audio Equalizer Effect

The active noise canceller assists in providing clear audio, while suppressing background noise. The function improves both your transmitted voice and incoming call. The radio user does not need to shout into the microphone even under extremely noisy environments.

The audio equalizer allows you to tailor the audio tone to optimise voice quality in various use environments. • 14-pin ACC connector with BTL amplifier output (handheld radio only) • AquaQuake™ draining function clears water away from the speaker grill (handheld radio only) • Audio compander • Beat cancel

Data Communication Transparent Data

USB Port for PC Connection

The IDAS radio can be used as a transparent data modem which transmits various data up to 3600 bps over the radio channel. The NXDN 12.5 kHz digital mode doubles the data speed.

The IDAS radio can be connected to a PC through a USB port for programming radios and accessing the installed microSD card in mass storage mode.

Built-in GPS Receiver The position data can be sent with voice call or status call and can be used with a thir-party AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) system. The GPS log functions logs user position data at regular intervals.

• Horn, dimmer and external PTT programmable through D-SUB 25-pin connector for mobile radio • Serial communication interface with Bluetooth ® for wireless connection • Radio programming through a microSD card

* An optional GPS antenna UX-241 is required for mobile radios.

IC-F3400DT/DS/D IC-F5400D/DS NXDN Version

IC-F3400DPT/DPS/DP IC-F5400DP/DPS dPMR Version

Yes Yes Option (ISL-UGMTR) Option*1 Yes N/A N/A Yes Yes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Yes Option (ISL-UGMD3) Yes Yes

Single-site Conventional Multi-site Conventional Type-D trunking (Single/multi) Type-C trunking (Single/multi) 12.5 kHz digital mode dPMR Mode 1/2 conventional dPMR Mode 3 trunking Analog mode Analog/Digital mix mode

Digital functions OTAP (Over-the-Air Programming) OAA (Over-the-Air Alias) Transparent data mode Status message Short data message Radio Stun/Revive/Kill Remote monitor/Ambience listening



Option* (ISL-OTAPML) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Option* (ISL-OTAPML) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes N/A Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A N/A

Analog functions 2-Tone/5-Tone encoder/decoder CTCSS/DTCS encoder/decoder DTMF autodial/decoder BIIS 1200 (MSK) MDC functions LTR trunking

Security DES encryption (4-key) DES encryption (64-key) AES encryption OTAR (Over-the-Air Rekeying) Digital voice scrambler Analog voice scrambler (Inversion)

IC-F3400DPT/DPS/DP IC-F5400DP/DPS dPMR Version

Yes Yes

Yes Yes

Yes Yes (For handheld) Yes (For handheld) Yes (For mobile)

Yes Yes (For handheld) Yes (For handheld) Yes (For mobile)

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Scan functions

Operating type NXDN NXDN NXDN NXDN

IC-F3400DT/DS/D IC-F5400D/DS NXDN Version Priority scan Voting scan

Emergency functions Lone worker function Man down function Motion/Stationary detection Power OFF emergency

Voice/Audio functions Voice announcement VOX function Voice recording/playback Active noise canceller TX/RX Audio equalizer

Hardwares GPS receiver Vibration alert Bluetooth® microSD memory card slot USB connector Dual head controller COMMANDMIC™

Yes*2 Yes*2 Yes (For handheld) Yes (For handheld) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Option (for IC-F5400D/F6400D) Option (for IC-F5400DP/F6400DP) Option (for IC-F5400D/F6400D) Option (for IC-F5400DP/F6400DP)

*1 Type-C trunking upgrade key will be available later. OTAP and OTAR functions will be available with future firmware upgrade. *2 Optional GPS antenna UX-241 is required separately for mobile radios.

Yes Yes Option (UT-134) Option (UT-134) Option (UT-134 + ISL-AKAES) Option (UT-134 + ISL-AKAES) Option*1 Option*1 Yes Yes Yes Yes

Multiple Controller Configurations

COMMANDMIC™ and Detached Controller*

Detached Controller*

Dual Head Controller*

Optional RMK-5 and separation cable required.

Optional RMK-7, hand microphone and separation cables required.

Optional RMK-5, COMMANDMIC, HM-218 and separation cables required.

A detached controller head with the separated RF unit is a simple to install in almost any vehicle.

Suitable for double cab vehicles. Install the controller head to front and rear seats respectively.

The COMMANDMIC is handy for installing a work platform on the rear part of the vehicle.

* Detached Controller, Dual head and COMMANDMIC configurations are for IC-F5400D/IC-F6400D/F5400DP/IC-F6400DP only.

Products Lineup Handheld Radios

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Mobile Radios








Handheld Radios Options BATTERY PACKS IP68


Some options may not be available in some countries. Please ask your dealer for details.

Battery packs




Rechargeable Li-ion

2010 mAh (typ.) 1910 mAh (min.)

10 hours


Rechargeable Li-ion

3350 mAh (typ.) 3120 mAh (min.)

16 hours


Operating time* (Approx.) (Approx.)

* Tx: Rx: standby = 5:5:90 duty cycle. Power save function ON.





Charges the BP-283/BP-284 in 3/4.5 hours (approx.) respectively. Shows the battery information with the LED lighting.




Shows the battery information for optimum conditioning



VS-5MC BC-123S*1


BC-219N BC 219N

Charges the BP-283/BP-284 in 3/4.5 hours (approx.) respectively.


Charges up to six BP-283/BP-284 battery packs in 3/4.5 hours (approx.) respectively.





Earhook type

Behind-the-head type

Throat type

*1 BC-123SA for USA. SE for Europe. SV for Australia.




AD-118 CP-23L



For use with BC-219

For use with BC-219

For use with BC-214




For use with Hirose Plug Accessory



LC-184 LC 184

Mobile Radios Options


HM-220 Heavy duty microphone


HM-220T HM-221 HM-221T Heavy duty microphone DTMF microphone with DTMF keypad





Handheld to handheld cable

Handheld to mobile cable

MB-133 Alligator type MB-136 Same as supplied. Swivel type




• FA-S81V: 136–150 MHz • FA-S82V: 148–162 MHz • FA-S83V: 160–174 MHz • FA-S81U: 380–430 MHz • FA-S82U: 430–480 MHz • FA-S83U: 470–520 MHz

• FA-S81VS: 136–150 MHz • FA-S82VS: 148–162 MHz • FA-S83VS: 160–174 MHz • FA-S81US: 400–450 MHz • FA-S82US: 450–490 MHz

• CS-KLD2: Key-loader for UT-134 • CS-OTPM1: OTAP manager software


• AD-132N for BC-214 AD-132N is supplied with the BC-214, depending on BC-214’s version.


• FA-S67VC: 136–174 MHz • FA-S76UC: 380–520 MHz

ACTIVATION KEYS • ISL-UGMTR: NXDN™ trunking upgrade key • ISL-UGMD3: dPMR™ Mode 3 upgrade key • ISL-AKAES: AES activation key • ISL-CHEX: Channel expansion key • ISL-OTAPML: OTAP manager licence

Some options may not be available in some countries. Please ask your dealer for details.




PTT switch cable with VOX function. Required when using any of these headsets








SP-30 20 W rated input




SP-35: 2 m cable SP-35L: 6 m cable

ZONE COPY CABLE • OPC-2362: Mobile to handheld cable


SOFTWARE • CS-KLD2: Key-loader for UT-134 • CS-OTPM1: OTAP manager software


RMK-5* For detached controller configuration.

RMK-7* Separation kit and secondary controller for dual head configuration.

HM-218* Remote control microphone for RMK-5.

For RMK-5 or RMK-7 OPC-2364: 1.9 m; 6.2 ft OPC-2365: 3 m; 9.8 ft OPC-2366: 5 m; 16.4 ft OPC-2367: 8 m; 26.2 ft

* RMK-5, RMK-7, HM-218 and separation cables are options for IC-F5400D/F6400D, F5400DP/F6400DP only.

For HM-218, COMMANDMIC OPC-2373: 1.9 m; 6.2 ft OPC-2374: 8 m; 26.2 ft

• ISL-UGMTR: NXDN™ trunking upgrade key • ISL-UGMD3: dPMR™ Mode 3 upgrade key • ISL-AKAES: AES activation key • ISL-CHEX: Channel expansion key • ISL-OTAPML: OTAP manager licence


IC-F4400DT/DS/D NXDN Version

IC-F5400DT/DS/D NXDN Version

IC-F6400DT/DS/D NXDN Version

IC-F3400DPT/DPS/DP IC-F4400DPT/DPS/DP IC-F5400DPT/DPS/DP IC-F6400DPT/DPS/DP dPMR Version dPMR Version dPMR Version dPMR Version GENERAL Frequency coverage (NXDN) (* Depending on version)

Frequency coverage (dPMR) Number of channels Type of emission (NXDN) (* Depending on version)

Type of emission (dPMR) (* Depending on version)

Power supply requirement

380–470 MHz, 450–512 MHz 136–174 MHz 380–470 MHz 1024 channels /128 zones 4000 channels /128 zones (Option*1) 32 channels /2 zones (Non-display type)*2 16K0F3E*4, 14K0F3E, 11K0F3E, 8K50F3E ,8K30F1E/D, 4K00F1E/D

380–470 MHz, 450–512 MHz 136–174 MHz 380–470 MHz 1024 channels /128 zones 4000 channels /128 zones (Option*1) 99 channels (7 Segment display type)*3 16K0F3E*4, 14K0F3E, 11K0F3E, 8K50F3E,8K30F1E/D, 4K00F1E/D

16K0F3E*4, 14K0F3E, 8K50F3E, 4K00F1E/D

16K0F3E*4, 14K0F3E, 8K50F3E, 4K00F1E/D

136–174 MHz

136–174 MHz

7.5 V DC nominal

13.6 V DC nominal (USA/EXP), 13.2 V DC nominal (EUR) 9.0 A typ. (at 50 W) 8.8 A typ. (at 45 W) Tx High 1.5 A 1.8 A Current 5.0 A typ. (at 25 W) 5.0 A typ. (at 25 W) drain 0.9 A typ. (Internal SP)/ 0.8 A typ. (Internal SP)/ Rx Max. audio/ (approx.) 450 mA (Internal SP)/140 mA Standby 370 mA typ. 270 mA typ. Antenna impedance 50 Ω 50 Ω Operating temperature range –30 °C to +60 °C; –22 °F to +140 °F (Radio specifications) –30 °C to +60 °C; –22 °F to +140 °F 53.6 × 123.5 × 29.3 mm; Dimensions (W × H × D; 174 × 55 × 150 mm; 6.9 × 2.2 × 5.9 in Projections not included) 2.1 × 4.9 × 1.2 in (With BP-283) 180 g; 6.4 oz (main unit) 1.5 kg; 3.3 lb Weight (approx.) 305 g; 10.8 oz 300 g; 10.6 oz (BP-283, MB-133, FA-S81VS) (BP-283, MB-133, FA-S81US)

TRANSMITTER Output power (Hi, L2, L1) (Depending on version)

50 W, 25 W, 5 W 25 W, 10 W, 5.8 W

5 W, 2 W, 1 W

Frequency stability

±1.0 ppm EUR

FM Hum and noise (W/N) Audio harmonic distortion (AF 1kHz 40% deviation)

FSK error

Standard Low Pressure High Temperature Low Temperature Temperature Shock Solar Radiation Rain Blowing/Drip Humidity Salt Fog Dust Blowing Immersion* Vibration Shock

Ingress Protection Standard IC-F3400D/DP series IP68 (Dust-tight and waterproof protection) IC-F5400D/DP series IP55 (Dust-protection and jet water resistance)

Supplied accessories for handheld radios: (May differ depending on version) • Battery pack, BP-283 • Belt clip, MB-133 Supplied accessories for mobile radios: (May differ depending on version) • Hand microphone, HM-220 or HM-221 • DC power cable • Mounting bracket kit • Microphone hanger

80 dB typ.

6.25 kHz FDMA

0.25 μW (≤ 1 GHz), 1.0 μW (> 1 GHz)

True RF Efficiency

90 dB typ.

0.25 μW (≤ 1 GHz), 1.0 μW (> 1 GHz) 55/55 dB typ.

60/59 dB typ.

0.5% typ.

0.4% typ.

MIL 810G Method Procedure 500.5 I, II 501.5 I, II 502.5 I, II 503.5 I 505.5 I 506.5 I, III 507.5 – 509.5 – 510.5 I 512.5 I 514.6 I 516.6 I, IV

Also meets equivalent MIL-STD-810-C, -D, -E and -F. * Handheld radios only.

±1.0 ppm

80 dB typ.


Spurious emissions

45 W, 25 W, 4.5 W 25 W, 10 W, 5.8 W

Applicable U.S. Military Specifications & IP Rating

C h e ck o u r we b s i te to know more about 6.25 kHz FDMA narrow band.

54/54 dB typ. 0.5% typ.

1% typ. (DN/DVN)

1% typ. (DN/DVN)

0.22 μV typ. 0.23 μV typ. –5.5/–2.5 dBμV emf typ. –5.0/–2.0 dBμV emf typ. –5.5/–4.0 dBμV emf typ. –4.0/–4.0 dBμV emf typ. 80/76 dB typ. 75/72 dB typ. 71/70 dB typ. 66/66 dB typ. 81 dB typ. 76 dB typ. 75 dB typ. 74 dB typ. 67 dB typ. 68 dB typ. 72 dBμV emf typ./ 73 dBμV emf typ./ –41 dBm typ. –41 dBm typ.

0.22 μV typ. 0.25 μV typ. –4.0/–4.0 dBμV emf typ. –6.0/–5.0 dBμV emf typ. 75/72 dB typ. 65/68 dB typ. 85 dB typ.


Sensitivity 20 dB SINAD (W/N) 5% BER (DVN/DN)

Adjacent channel (W/N) (DVN/DN)

Spurious response rejection Intermodulation rejection


Audio output power Internal SP (With 12 Ω load) External SP (With 8 Ω load)

78 dB typ. 70 dB typ. 70/70 dB typ.

800 mW typ. (at 5% distortion) 1000 mW typ. (at 5% distortion)

75 dB typ. 70 dB typ. 70/70 dB typ.

4.0 W typ. (at 5% distortion) 4.0 W typ. (at 5% distortion)

Measurements made in accordance with TIA-603, EN300 086, EN301 166, EN300 113. All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation. *1 Optional licence key (ISL-CHEX) required. *2 IC-F3400D/F4400D/F3400DP/F4400DP (Non-display type): Up to 32 selected channels out of 1024 can be allocated to the channel knob. *3 IC-F5400DS/F6400DS/F5400DPS/F6400DPS: Due to the segment display, channel indication is possible for up to 99 selected channels out of 1024. *4 25 kHz bandwidth is no longer available for FCC Part 90 licencees for USA versions. DVN: Digital Very Narrow (6.25 kHz), DN: Digital Narrow (12.5 kHz). DN is for NXDN version only.

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