Motorola Solutions has launched its phase two digital remastered Mototrbo DMR radio platform across Australia and New Zealand.
The 4000 series radios have a range of enhancements; and with the ability to work alongside both digital and analog systems, they enable a choice of open standards for existing analog users.
The radios are designed to meet the communication needs of users in a range of sectors such as light and heavy manufacturing, security, transport and logistics, hospitality and the public service among others.
Other features of the range include: intelligent audio automatically adjusts volume to accommodate background noise; dual timeslot simplex: conduct two conversations simultaneously; single unit covers two frequencies ie, the full range of 403-527 MHz (wideband UHF handheld); five-tone analog signalling; voice announcement for audible confirmation of channel and zone changes; colour screens with intuitive displays; one-touch access buttons to quickly access favourites; integrated Bluetooth allowing Bluetooth accessories/data connection; and integrated GPS.October 22, 2012 3:21 am
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