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SRP2000 GEN2

My choice of simple workhorse. The "generation 2" handsets are easy to recognise by the rounded case design. The SRP2000 pretty much does everything you'll need it to, and none of the stuff you don't.

Greyscale screen won't do pictures, but doesn't use as much battery power as the colour screen Sepura's. Works on DMO, and automatically detects and affiliates with DMO repeaters and TMO gateways.
Fully supports SDS (text) messaging and pre-defined status messaging in DMO.
SGPS models can work out and send their location over the air interface. Also, within the test page, you can see the longitude / latitude and other parameters displayed on the screen.

From the factory, the output power is quite low (circa 20 Milli-Watts) but Sepura products can be re-aligned. The most I have seen from a Sepura handheld after re-alignment is 2.5 Watts.