Project 25 (P25), also known as APCO 25 and ASTRO® 25, is the standardized two-way digital radio communications platform used by government and public safety organizations throughout North America. The primary goal of P25 is to establish an interoperable two-way digital radio communication platform, which is universal between all agencies. Through the use of TIA standards, the platform established a set of manufacturing standards for these interoperable two-way digital communications products to ensure compliance between various radio ecosystems and manufacturers’ products. Icom is proud to support these ever-advancing P25/TIA standards to ensure we provide the best products to our government and public safety partners.
Icom P25 radios meet these agencies demanding needs and afford them opportunity to make the most of their budgets, with cost-effective two-way digital radio communications products. Communicating with Icom’s P25 radios using conventional analog, digital, or mixed mode operation as well as optional Phase 1 and Phase 2 trunking options allows customers the ability to upgrade their fleet at their own pace. P25 customers appreciate our radios durability, form factor as well as key features.
- Crisp clear loud audio for demanding environments
- Available in VHF, UHF, & 700/800MHz
- Phase 1 and Phase 2 trunking options available
- Tough and robust with MIL-STD & ingress protection ratings
- Brilliant full color display with intuitive user interface and day/night modes on the F7000/F7500 series
- Multiple safety features
DHS CAP Certified
CAP compliance provides assurances for communications equipment. Icom’s F9011, F9511, F7000 & F7500 series radios are now DHS P25 CAP approved and listed on the DHS website. They are also fully backwards compatible with conventional analog legacy equipment integrated into the fleet to prepare for future upgrades.
Why Icom P25
Icom P25 radios allow users to communicate using analog, digital, or mixed mode operation. Communicate with legacy radios in conventional mode or on state-of-the-art digital trunked radio systems. This allows users to upgrade fleets at their own pace and budget cycle.