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GME

GME boasts an extensive portfolio of two-way radio communications products including 477 MHz rural radio and UHF/VHF commercial mobile and handheld radios complemented by a full accessory range.

Marine electronics; where products like the award winning GME emergency beacons, VHF radios and entertainment systems have established a worldwide reputation for innovation, value for money and reliability.

Telemetry and data radio products; a range of simple, robust UHF/VHF terminals and system accessories.

Through prudent research, imaginative products and significant technological investment, GME continues to expand its local and global presence.

UHF Handhelds 

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UHF CB Radios

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27MHz CB Radios

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Marine Radios

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          Commercial Radio

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          Land Communication Range

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