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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
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
PMR446: If in doubt, ask

PMR446: If in doubt, ask

While PMR446 devices can be a cost-effective choice for businesses, without the right knowledge they could be more than you bargained for, explains Simon Creasey PMR446’s popularity for use in leisure pursuits such as camping has so…

Admin, 8th October 2016
Vertex Standard prepares for portfolio expansion with new appointments

Vertex Standard prepares for portfolio expansion with new appointments

Vertex Standard, the two-way radio company owned by Motorola Solutions, has made three new UK appointments and is seeking to make another three in preparation for an expansion in its digital and analogue portfolio. The company recentl…

Laurence Doe, 29th July 2016
SFL rolls out digital Motorola radios in wind farm deployment

SFL rolls out digital Motorola radios in wind farm deployment

SFL Mobile Radio has designed and rolled out a two-way radio system for Statkraft’s Alltwalis Wind Farm, near the Brechfa Forest, South Wales. The energy company has upgraded from a digital voice system using standard non-keypad Motorola DP44…

Laurence Doe, 23rd May 2016
Two-way radios for businesses: a beginner's guide

Two-way radios for businesses: a beginner's guide

For many businesses taking the first steps towards using radio can prove daunting, given the technical issues and jargon that may be involved. Sam Fenwick explains the basics when it comes to procuring and using a radio system for business  Many o…

Sam Fenwick, 13th March 2016
Motorola Solutions introduces MOTOTRBO trunking solution Capacity Max

Motorola Solutions introduces MOTOTRBO trunking solution Capacity Max

Motorola Solutions has introduced a new next-generation MOTOTRBO trunking solution called Capacity Max. MOTOTRBO Capacity Max supports the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) standard for multi-vendor inter…

Laurence Doe, 16th November 2015
Republic of Seychelles upgrades police communications to digital radio

Republic of Seychelles upgrades police communications to digital radio

The Republic of Seychelles has deployed a Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO digital radio system to give its police force access to real-time information. The communications network will be the first to cover the Seychelles’ 115 islands and surrou…

Laurence Doe, 6th October 2015
Omnitronics' software integrated with Simoco's DMR base stations

Omnitronics' software integrated with Simoco's DMR base stations

Omnitronics' RediTALK and DX‐Altus dispatch solutions together with Simoco's DMR Tier 3 base stations have been integrated as part of a partnership to develop mission critical communication systems.  The introduction of the DMR Tier III interfaces…

Laurence Doe, 25th September 2015
Two-way radio Royal Albert Hall deployment for BBC Proms 2015

Two-way radio Royal Albert Hall deployment for BBC Proms 2015

A MOTOTRBO two-way digital radio deployment will take place at the Royal Albert Hall, London, as it hosts the BBC Proms 2015. Royal Albert Hall staff will rely on Motorola Solutions radios for managing nightly performances during eight weeks of sell ou…

Laurence Doe, 19th August 2015
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