Certificates and Summary of the Test Results



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June 2012 – Tait Communications and Hytera (Tier III)

Sept 2011 – Selex ES and Vertex Standard (Tier II)

2016-001 Tier III RadioActivity SYS KA-450 and Hytera MS PD985


2016-002 Tier II RadioActivity SYS KA-450 and Hytera MS PD985


2016-004 Tier III Leonardo SYS RGW4000 and Hytera MS PD985


2016-005 Tier III Leonardo SYS RGW4000 and Motorola MS DP4801


2016-006 Tier II RadioActivity SYS KA 450 and Motorola MS DP4801


2016-007 Tier III RadioActivity SYS KA-450 and Motorola MS DP4801


2016-008 Tier II RadioActivity SYS KA-450 and Kenwood MS TK-D340


2016-009 Tier II RadioActivity SYS KA-160 and TAIT MS TP9360-B1


2016-010 Tier III RadioActivity SYS KA-160 and TAIT MS TP9360-B1


2012-100 Tier II Harris HRD100 & Hytera PD780G (U1)


2012-101 Tier II Harris HDP150 Hytera RD980 U1


2012-102 Tier II IOP Kirisun Hytera Base 400-470MHz


2012-103-Tier III Hytera DMR Tier III Harris HDP150


2012-104 Tier III Harris HDT300 Hytera-PD780G(U5)


2012-106 Tier III Hytera Mobile and Selex Base


September 2012 – SELEX ES and EMC (Tier II)


September 2012 – Motorola Solutions and Hytera (Tier II)


September 2012 – Hytera and Tait Communications (Tier III)


September 2012 – Motorola Solutions and Hytera (Tier II)



June 2012 – Tait Communications and Hytera (Tier III)




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The DMR Association declares that the IOP validation process has been carried out with the best possible endeavor in order to ensure the most reliable results. Nevertheless, the DMR Association takes no responsibility for, and shall have no liability as a result of damages, losses, or injuries of any kind that may be caused by non-conformance* of products that are awarded a DMR Interoperability Certificate. Individual manufacturers are responsible for ensuring that the behavior of any equipment for which conformance is claimed is identical to that of the equipment that passed the DMR Association interoperability Certification Process.
*to the functions listed in the certificates.

DMR applications interface (AIS) standards unify interoperable voice and data solutions