Why digital two-way radio?

Professional digital two-way radio systems operating on a licensed spectrum offer features that other mobile technologies cannot. These advantages make it the right choice for organizations that require an affordable, flexible and highly reliable solution, along with the power and reach only available in licensed bands. With two-way radios, you can create a solution that meets your customer's specific coverage and functionality needs. There is no need to rely on public networks, which are always more costly and generally unreliable. A two-way radio solution usually pays for itself in less than 18 months, compared to cell phone or public operator solutions, which require continuous monthly payments. The digital difference

The use of analog two-way radio is proven every day in countless facilities around the world. Today there is a new platform to help your customer reach new levels of performance and productivity. Digital technology enables this new advance. Many businesses need more than the fundamental services that radio bidirectional analog can offer. Licensed channels are getting crowded, while your customers ask for more capacity. In combination with voice, your customers may also need to access data to improve response time and productivity.

The digital two-way radio offers a powerful and flexible platform that can be adapted to meet these needs and more. With the MOTOTRBO solution your customers can take advantage of: • Expanded digital capabilities for voice, data and control delivered in a particular slice of the RF spectrum. Professional customers recognize that mobile workers can be more productive if they have wireless access to applications such as text messaging services (TMS) and location services (GPS), in addition to voice service. With digital two-way radios, you can increase the capacity and flexibility to support these applications. • Lower equipment and licensing costs. Digital two-way radio solutions based on Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) technology enable two virtual channels within a single licensed 12.5 kHz repeater channel.

Clearer voice communication with greater range. When signal strength drops with distance, digital error correction technology can deliver voice and data, with virtually no loss, and over a much larger area. • Rejection of static and noise. Analog signals become distorted, producing audible static as the signal strength decreases. On the contrary, digital receivers simply reject anything they interpret as an error. This, in turn, helps to allow users to hear better in environments noisy. • Additional functionality. Companies that manage fleets of vehicles (such as taxis or buses), or direct mobile service personnel installing or repairing equipment, are looking for ways to improve customer service. Dispatchers need to easily locate people and equipment for quicker customer response. With support for integrated applications, such as MOTOTRBO Location Services, they will have what they need. • Easy migration. Many companies cannot afford to completely replace an existing infrastructure. The MOTOTRBO system's ability to operate in both analog and digital modes enables smooth and planned migration at your customer's pace, without major investments and without interruption (digital resources not available when operating in analog mode). • Higher value. All organizations want to get the most out of their technology investment, including quick return on invested capital. With its affordable price and exceptional performance, the MOTOTRBO professional digital two-way radio system was developed to be the best response on the market, at the best price.