Professional digital mobile radio

With many versatile voice and data services the Hytera MD782 digital mobile radio offers an intuitive user interface and remarkable build quality. Ideal for desktop or in vehicle installations, the MD782 delivers professional communication in a mobile unit.

Request the MD782(G) variant for GPS.


Packed with Functionality

Besides the traditional communication features, the MD782 offers numerous digital functions, including text messages, GPS (optional) and safety features such as lone worker alert and emergency call


Analogue or Digital

It is possible to configure both analogue and digital channels. This enables the user to utilise mix mode scan and switch between the two, making it simpler to migrate to digital


Clear Communication

With the latest audio processing technology and in-built speaker, the MD782 offers you outstanding audio quality in loud environments and near the boundary of radio coverage


Intuitive Operation

The high-resolution LCD screen offers a clear display, even under difficult light conditions. The large keyboard and ergonomic programmable keys facilitate efficient and productive communication


Versatile Applications

Combine the MD782 with your systems to automate actions (telemetry) or expand your communications solution with Hytera XPT Trunking (Tier III) to maximise your channel management



Allows the monitoring and control of external devices via the radio.



Send a priority transmission to interrupt other calls, ideal for important, critical messages.



Combining noise cancelling technology to remove nusiance noise from the transmission, delivering clear communications.



Allows the radio to automatically scan and switch the user to receive a priority call if transmitted.



Using pseudo-trunking, a Hytera patented technology, slots can be shared to improve capacity usage with transmissions either direct to device or to a repeater.



Hytera XPT (Extended Pseudo Trunking) enables you to use limited spectrum resources more efficiently, dynamically assigning channel resource without needing a dedicated control channel.



The Lone Worker feature uses a timer in the radio to measure inactivity. If the timer expires, a warning is issued, and if there is no response to that, the alarm is triggered.



Raise an alarm with top priority to a base station or to other radios with the pre-programmed emergency mode, identifying the ID of the person issuing the alarm.



(G) version only (via separate antenna), enabling location based services to improve safety and control.