|We use a variety of Motorola Products. For
More information on Motorola Products,
visit their website.
|We also use quality equipment from other
manufacturers, such as Telex/Vega, Adtran, and Andrew.
|Motorola manufactures a wide array of
products, all of which are accurately tailored for specific markets
and applications. We are committed to Motorola products.
Any major manufacturer spans several markets:
low-end/consumer, midrange, and high-end. Within those
We concentrate our inventory in the mid to
mid-high range of Motorola's line. They make some really
If your application requires ruggedness and
long battery endurance, you should consider using these products.
We believe that these models are the best
compromise and the best cross of cost vs. performance/reliability,
||A strong emphasis on HT750
, HT1250, and HT1550XLS models which
have compatible accessories and chargers, and which are small, durable, and well built
The CDM1550XLS mobile radio is a rugged, reliable, and flexible radio which will handle a number of signaling formats. In addition, the radio lends itself to special applications such as base station usage with a companion AC power supply.
Our repeaters are Motorola 100W MTR2000 stations.
All repeaters can operate from AC power or DC battery backup, and can automatically revert in the event of a power failure.
We have several vehicles which are equipped with on-board mobile linking repeaters. These vehicles can be placed at distant event locations and are used to link walkies back to the main channels. Walkies can be linked back in from 30 miles beyond normal walkie range.
|For really large projects, we have a
truck which contains a complete multi-channel repeater system which can be placed on
Multiple repeater sites can be interconnected via land-line T1's or with our microwave network to deploy very large geographical area systems, systems with a very large number of repeater channels, or systems with very difficult coverage requirements.
|Dispatch and Control
We have dispatch consoles and tone remote equipment which allows us to set up centralized dispatch locations, as well as sub-dispatch locations. Up to 18 repeaters or channels can be monitored and supervised by our operators, and sub-dispatch locations can access one-of-eight selectable channels. This is especially useful where there are offices or coordinators in locations where walkies don't penetrate or get out well.
Proprietary Modified C100 1-of-8 channel analog remote.
|These remotes and consoles can control base stations and repeaters over
wirelines (such as dial-up phone lines), microwave links, or Telco T-1 circuits; and with
our proprietary equipment, can link repeaters which are separated by mountain ranges, or
even in different cities, to tie multiple production locations together on the same
|Using the customers' computers and Ethernet network, we can deploy multiple
PC based dispatch positions anywhere along that network with the Telex/Vega C-Soft
dispatch application. An example is The Darpa Urban Challenge Command Center
(right) where 60 workstations were interfaced to the radio system.
Or, using the capabilities of our Mobile Communications Trailer, we can implement an IP network for an event.
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