2W VHF/UHF Analog Portable Radios - NX-1202AV/1302AU for professional communication you can rely on.

Analog - FM

  • FM Conventional Operation
  • FleetSync: PTT ID, Stun/Revive,Talk back, Selcall
  • MDC1200: PTT ID, Radio Inhibit/Uninhibit, Radio check, Emergency
  • QT / DQT, DTMF, 2-tone
  • Built-in Programmable Voice Inversion
  • Scrambler (per channel)
  • Built-in Compander (per channel)

Digital – NXDN® Mode (Optional License required)

  • FDMA – Very narrow 6.25 kHz & narrow 12.5 kHz bandwidths
  • NXDN Conventional Operation
  • Site Roaming
  • Digital / Analog Mixed mode
  • Group / Individual Call
  • Status / Short data, Paging Call
  • Remote Stun / Kill, Monitor, Check & Control
  • Digital Bit Scrambler
  • Late Entry
  • Over-the-Air Alias (OAA)

Digital – DMR Mode (Optional License required)

  • TDMA 2-slot 12.5 kHz bandwidth equivalent to 6.25 kHz very narrow bandwidth
  • DMR Tier II Conventional Operation
  • Site Roaming
  • DMR Auto Slot Select
  • Dual Slot Direct Mode
  • Digital / Analog Mixed mode
  • Call Interruption
  • Group / Individual Call
  • Status / Short data, Paging Call
  • Remote Stun / Kill, Monitor, Check & Control
  • Enhanced Encryption (ARC4)
  • Digital Bit Scrambler
  • Late Entry
  • Over-the-Air Alias (OAA)


  • RF output power 2W both on VHF/UHF
  • Large 7-Color LED indicator on the top panel
  • Selective Power-on LED
  • Selective Call Alert LED
  • Battery Level Indication
  • Multi-status function indication
  • Renowned KENWOOD Audio Quality: TX/RX audio profile with optimizable
  • digital processor
  • Audio Equalizer: Flat, High, Low
  • Auto Gain Control: On, High, Low, Off
  • Noise Suppressor
  • Microphone type settings
  • Multiple Scan Functions; Dual Priority, Single Priority, Single Zone, Multi,
  • Normal Scan
  • VOX & PTT –triggered Semi- VOX, Voice-operated TX
  • Emergency Function: Customizable Emergency Profile
  • Lone Worker
  • Max / Min Volume setting & Volume control
  • Voice Announcement
  • Remote Stun / Kill / Check
  • Electronic Serial Number (ESN)
  • MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G
  • IP54 and IP55
  • Multi-protocol digital radio: Designed to operate under NXDN or DMR digital and FM
  • analog protocols (Optional License required)



General NX-1202AV NX-1303AU
Pre-set Frequencies Type 1 136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz
Max. Channels per Radio 64
Number of Zones 4
Max. Channels per Zone 16
Channel Spacing Analog 30*1 / 25*1 / 15 / 12.5 kHz
Digital 12.5 / 6.25 kHz
Power Supply 7.5 VDC ±20 %
Battery Life DMR Analog/NXDN
KNB-45L (2000mAh) Approx. 18 hours Approx. 15 hours
KNB-69L (2550mAh) Approx. 23.5 hours Approx. 19.5 hours
Operating Temperature(Radio only)*2 -22°F to +140°F (-30°C to +60°C)
Frequency Stability (-30 to +60°C; +25°C Ref.) ±0.5 ppm
Antenna Impedance 50 Ω
Dimensions (W x H x D) Projections Not Included
Radio with KNB-45L 2.13 x 4.84 x 1.32 in (54 x 123 x 33.5 mm)
Radio with KNB-69L 2.13 x 4.84 x 1.48 in (54 x 123 x 37.5 mm)
Weight (Basic model) (Standard keypad model)
Radio Only 5.64 oz (160 g)
Radio with KNB-45L 9.88 oz (280 g)
Radio with KNB-69L 10.41 oz (295 g)
FCC ID Type 1 K44501000 K44501101
IC Certification 282F-501000 282F-501100
Receiver NX-1202AV NX-1302AU
Sensitivity NXDN® @ 6.25 kHz Digital (3% BER) 0.18 μV
NXDN® @ 12.5 kHz Digital (3% BER) 0.22 µV
DMR® @ 12.5 kHz Digital (1% BER) 0.25 µV
DMR® @ 12.5 kHz Digital (5% BER) 0.18 µV
Analog @ 12.5/25 kHz (12 dB SINAD) 0.20 μV / 0.24 μV
Selectivity Analog @ 12.5 / 25 kHz 68 dB / 74 dB
Intermodulation Distortion 70 dB
Spurious Rejection 70 dB
Audio Distortion 7%
Audio Output Power 1 W / 12 Ω (Internal Output)
Transmitter NX-1202AV NX-1302AU
RF Power Output (High / Low) 2W / 1W
Spurious Emission -70 dB
FM Hum & Noise Analog @ 12.5 / 25 kHz 40 dB / 45 dB
Audio Distortion 2%
DMR Digital Protocol ETSI TS 102 361-1, -2, -3
Emission Designator 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E, 8K30F1E, 8K30F1D, 8K30F7W, 4K00F1E, 4K00F1D, 4K00F7W, 4K00F2D, 7K60FXD, 7K60FXE

*1 25 / 30 kHz in VHF/UHF Bands excluding T-Band are not included in the models sold in the USA or US territories.
*2 Operating temperature specification for a Li-ion battery is -10°C to +60°C [14°F to +140°F].Analog measurements made per TIA603. Specifications are measured according to applicable standards.Specifications are subject change without notice, due to advancements in technology.

FleetSync® is a registered trademark of JVCKENWOOD Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.NXDN® is a trademark of JVCKENWOOD Corporation and Icom Inc.NEXEDGE® is a registered trademark of JVCKENWOOD Corporation.All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.


MIL Standard MIL 810C Methods/Procedures MIL 810D Methods/Procedures MIL 810E Methods/Procedures MIL 810F Methods/Procedures MIL 810G Methods/Procedures
Low Pressure 500.1/Procedure I 500.2/Procedure I, II 500.3/Procedure I, II 500.4/Procedure I, II 500.5/Procedure I, II
High Temperature 501.1/Procedure I, II 501.2/Procedure I, II 501.3/Procedure I, II 501.4/Procedure I, II 501.5/Procedure I, II
Low Temperature 502.1/Procedure I 502.2/Procedure I, II 502.3/Procedure I, II 502.4/Procedure I, II 502.5/Procedure I, II
Temperature Shock 503.1/Procedure I 503.2/Procedure I 503.3/Procedure I 503.4/Procedure I, II 503.5/Procedure I
Solar Radiation 505.1/Procedure 505.2/Procedure I 505.3/Procedure I 505.4/Procedure I 505.5/Procedure I
Rain* 506.1/Procedure I, II 506.2/Procedure I, II 506.3/Procedure I, II 506.4/Procedure I, III 506.5/Procedure I, III
Humidity 507.1/Procedure I, II 507.2/Procedure II, III 507.3/Procedure II, III 507.4 507.5/Prcedure II
Salt Fog 509.1/Procedure I 509.2/Procedure I 509.3/Procedure I 509.4 509.5
Dust 510.1/Procedure I 510.2/Procedure I 510.3/Procedure I 510.4/Procedure I, III 510.5/Procedure I
Vibration 514.2/Procedure VIII, X 514.3/Procedure I 514.4/Procedure I 514.5/Procedure I 514.6/Procedure I
Shock 516.2/Procedure I, II, V 516.3/Procedure I, IV 516.4/Procedure I, IV 516.5/Procedure I, IV 516.6/Procedure I, IV
International Protection Standard
Dust & Water Protection* IP54/55* To meet IP54/55, the 2-pin connector cover has to be connected on the radio or the locking bracket has to be attached to the external speaker microphone.