Digitize Your Two-Way Radio System with MOTOTRBO!

$600 REBATE On the Purchase of Every Six MOTOTRBO Digital Radios

Eligable Models (All include GPS, available in VHF/UHF): XPR 6350, XPR 6550, XPR 4350, XPR 4550
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The Digital Difference

Analog two-way radio use proves itself every day in countless installations around the world. Today a new platform is available to help you achieve new levels of performance and productivity. Digital technology enables that breakthrough. Empowered workers demand state-of-the-art equipment — like the digital technology behind MOTOTRBO professional two-way radios. They take productivity to the max with integrated voice and data capabilities that provide continuous access to critical information. Mobile work teams can stay connected on site, across multiple sites, or anywhere in world.

Many businesses need more than the fundamental services that analog two-way radio can deliver. Licensed channels are becoming crowded while your customers clamor for more capacity. In combination with voice, many businesses and organizations also need access to data to improve responsiveness and productivity. Digital two-way radio provides a powerful, flexible platform that can be adapted to meet these needs and more.

MOTOTRBO is changing the way businesses communicate. They can now gain the increased productivity of powerful data applications such as MOTOTRBO Location Services and Text Messaging Services. And with additional applications coming from Motorola's Application Developer Program, you'll be able to leverage ongoing new capabilities—and get the most from your communications investment.

Motorola Professional Series

Businesses that require versatile, high-level communications know that Motorola HT Series and Motorola CDM Series two-way radios can be a boost in productivity. These radios, such as the PR and PM400 Series, enable businesses to coordinate job sites seamlessly with wide area coverage, helping to increase efficiency and avoid downtime.

Motorola Professional Series 2 way radios are an excellent solution for safety, construction, manufacturing, public utility applications, and more. They give users clear, crisp, reliable audio in noisy environments and, of course, are fully tested through Motorola’s accelerated life testing. Motorola Professional Series radios are rugged and durable enough to meet military standards. With an IMPRES battery upgrade, users can combine the ruggedness of the professional series radios with the lightweight, long lasting, durability of IMPRES technology.

$180 Rebate on the purchase of Every Six Commercial Series Radios!

Motorola Commercial Series GIF

Instant communication is the key when organizations face big challenges, and Motorola commercial two-way radios are proven solutions. These rugged, dependable radios such as the CM and CP200, are designed for simple operation and deliver reliable communication at the right time, with no monthly fees or contracts.

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Why Digital?

1) Expanded digital voice, data, and control capabilities delivered over a given slice of RF spectrum. Mobile workers can be more productive if they have wireless access to applications such as Text Messaging Services and Location Services as well as voice. With digital two-way radio, you can get increased capacity and flexibility to support these applications.

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2) Lower licensing and equipment costs. Digital two-way radio solutions based on Time-Division Multiple-Access (TDMA) technology enable two virtual channels within a single 12.5 kHz licensed repeater channel. This provides twice the calling capacity for the price of one license. And because there’s only one “real” channel, a second call doesn’t require a second repeater.

3) Clearer voice communications throughout the coverage area. When signal strength drops off with distance, digital error-correction technology can accurately deliver both voice and data with virtually no loss over a far greater area.

4) Static and noise rejection. Analog signals become distorted, producing audible static as signal strength degrades. By contrast, digital receivers simply reject anything they interpret as an error. In turn, this helps to enable users to hear better in noisy environments.
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5) Enhanced battery life. Each individual transmission only uses half the battery power of an analog system transmitting at the same wattage— so MOTOTRBO portable radios deliver far more uptime per battery charge.
6) Additional functionality. Companies that manage vehicle fleets (such as t axis or buses) or direct mobile service personnel installing or repairing equipment are looking for ways to improve customer service. Dispatchers need to be able to easily locate human and equipment assets for faster customer response. With support for integrated applications such as MOTOTRBO Location Services, they’ll have just what they need.
7) Privacy without loss of quality. Digital systems can provide voice and privacy without requiring extra hardware or altering the quality of the transmission on the receiving end. Moreover, analog systems typically send information at the beginning of a call that is used by the receiver to descramble the voice – which means that someone who joins the call late doesn’t get the descrambling information and can’t understand the call.