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Manchester City chooses Hytera

Manchester City chooses Hytera

Pennine is providing 32 Hytera X1p two-way radios to the medical team at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, home of Manchester City. The handsets have been deployed to separate staff groups working across both the stadium itself, and the training a…

Philip Mason, 15th February 2017
In the market for... DMR handsets

In the market for... DMR handsets

Simon Creasey explains everything you need to know about purchasing digital mobile radio handsets, their benefits over PMR models, and potential pitfalls If you thought DMR handsets were just simple voice tools think again. Over the last few years ma…

Admin, 30th January 2017
Smye-Rumsby provides DPAC with secure comms

Smye-Rumsby provides DPAC with secure comms

Smye-Rumsby has provided Hytera PD605 radios to the Dover Partnership Against Crime (DPAC), an organisation set-up to prevent theft in Kent. Each member of the partnership has been provided with a device, through which they communicate with the pol…

Philip Mason, 16th January 2017
Hytera's shareholders approve Sepura acquisition

Hytera's shareholders approve Sepura acquisition

Hytera's shareholders have approved the acquisition of Sepura during an extraordinary meeting, which took place earlier this week. The news follows an announcement in December last year that the companies have agreed the terms of a £74 million reco…

Philip Mason, 6th January 2017
In the market for... DMR base stations

In the market for... DMR base stations

Richard Martin delves into the main factors that need to be considered when specifying DMR infrastructure, such as base stations and repeaters Shopping centres, industrial plants, and ports are just a few of the applications for two-way radio, an…

Admin, 3rd January 2017
Staying legal, staying safe

Staying legal, staying safe

The march of progress has made buying and using two-way radios easier. However, as Piers Bedford and Sam Fenwick discover, there’s still much that buyers need to know to ensure they are purchasing safe and legally compliant equipment We are all…

Sam Fenwick, 30th November 2016
Hytera releases entry-level DMR radios

Hytera releases entry-level DMR radios

Hytera has released the BD series, a “cost-effective” entry-level series of Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) handhelds, and added an array of enhanced features to its PD3/4/5 series. The BD series initially consists of four models, BD30X, BD…

Sam Fenwick, 1st November 2016
Riedel uses Hytera radios to support Rio 2016 Olympics

Riedel uses Hytera radios to support Rio 2016 Olympics

Riedel Communications is supplying two-way radio communications services, using radio equipment from Hytera, to one of the Rio 2016 Olympics' major suppliers. The scale of the operation huge, with more than 10,000 athletes from 205 differe…

Sam Fenwick, 8th August 2016
Hytera releases DMR DS-6310 Simulcast

Hytera releases DMR DS-6310 Simulcast

The DS-6310 Simulcast, a new DMR solution from Hytera for suppliers, local public transport networks and municipalities aims to modernise existing analogue single-frequency radio systems. The Hytera DS-6310 Simulcast supports digita…

Laurence Doe, 6th June 2016
Celtic FC now benefiting from Hytera XPT multisite system

Celtic FC now benefiting from Hytera XPT multisite system

Scottish Premier League Champions, Celtic FC, has installed the first Hytera XPT multisite solution (XPT standing for Extended Pseudo Trunk) – a scalable, single-site digital trunking system, which is being used across the business teams at both C…

Laurence Doe, 24th May 2016
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