Radio communication technology is capable of delivering just-in-time information. With emerging wireless technology, Motorola Solutions, Inc. has made enhancements to its MOTOTRBO digital two-way radio system including new radios, repeaters, accessories and system features. This radio system will be displayed in International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2011 in Las Vegas from March 9-11, 2011.
According to a press release, MOTOTRBO provides both low- and high-power repeaters to meet users’ varying coverage needs. Available in UHF and VHF frequency bands, the XPR 8400 is the new low-power repeater offering with expanded memory and remote repeater programming capability. The high-power MTR3000 base station/repeater available in UHF and 800/900MHz frequency bands is also now available in VHF.
The MIP5000 enables users the flexibility of a wireless, digital console for centralized dispatch of mobile work teams. This VoIP solution provides users flexibility of wireless system accessibility using MOTOTRBO digital gateway control points that can be remote over existing customer’s IP network onsite, offsite or in a field dispatch facility. The Operations-Critical Bluetooth earpiece is now available for MOTOTRBO and features fast push-to-talk (PTT) that helps to ensure every word transmitted is heard, a comfortable, lightweight headset and a battery that supports long shifts.
MOTOTRBO users in the utility and public service markets require SCADA monitoring and alarm features that can now use Motorola’s (News - Alert) ACE3600 RTU and MOTOTRBO radios to send real-time status information and control output commands to control centers and offices.
Paul Cizek, director of Motorola Solutions said that with these features, the users can to enhance their system, increase their efficiency and maximize the safety of their teams.
He added that the number of applications available is growing rapidly, and users are demanding higher performing systems that can offer them increased functionality.
In other company news, TMCnet reported that Sprint (News - Alert) announced the introduction of a new mobile solutions enablement program with Motorola Solutions, enabling members of the Motorola PartnerEmpower Program to leverage Sprint's network, which will broaden Sprint's portfolio of enterprise mobility solutions.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell