OKWIN currently supports subscriber equipment manufactured by Motorola and EF Johnson.
The following subscriber units have passed acceptance testing and are approved for use on OKWIN.
Authorized Subscriber Units
|Motorola||XTS 1500||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||XTS 2500||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||XTS 5000||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||XTL 1500||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||XTL 2500||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||XTL 5000||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||APX 4000||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||APX 4500||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||APX 6000||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||APX 6500||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||APX 7000||Smartzone, P25|
|Motorola||APX 7500||Smartzone, P25|
|EF Johnson||5100 ES||Smartzone, P25|
|EF Johnson||51SL ES||Smartzone, P25|
|EF Johnson||5300 ES||Smartzone, P25|
|EF Johnson||53SL ES||Smartzone, P25|
OKWIN will certify additional subscriber units on a case by case basis. All subscriber units must be in compliance with the following minimum standards to be considered for OKWIN acceptance testing, certification and use on the OKWIN:
The OKWIN Network is migrating from a Mixed-Mode network, capable of operating in both "analog" and "digital", to a Project 25 ("P25") compliant digital network. OKWIN will not allow radios included on the list below to be added that are not already operating on the system. Existing "analog" subscriber equipment will be disabled from operating on the OKWIN network as it is replaced with a P25 compliant subscriber unit. OKWIN will not enable an existing analog subscriber that has been acquired by a new entity.