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BK Receives $1.1 Million Order From Tennessee State Agency For New BKR 5000 Portable Radio
BK Technologies Corporation today announced that its operating subsidiary received an order totaling approximately $1.1 million from an agency of the state of Tennessee.
Abbotsford, BC Fire & Rescue Moves to E-COMM P25 Network
Increased radio coverage, audio clarity and enhanced security are just some of the features now available to Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service after the department successfully transitioned to E-Comm’s Wide-Area Radio Network this morning.
Motorola Solutions Inks P25 Network Upgrade for Jefferson Country
The Jefferson County Information Technology Services Department has upgraded its technology with a seven-year, $6.9 million contract with Motorola Solutions.
Motorola Solutions Provides Allegheny County with New P25 Mission Critical Public Safety Solutions
The addition of radio technologies allows one-to-many critical communications from the time a 9-1-1 call is placed to resolution of an incident.
Miami Beach Selects Harris Corporation to Modernize Public Safety Radio Network
Miami Beach has selected Florida-based Harris to modernize its critical communications network – transitioning it from a legacy analog system to a new digital network that provides increased reliability & functionality for 1,000-plus first responders.
Victorian Emergency Services to Sign a AUD $261 MIO Contract with Motorola Solutions.
Motorola Solutions Australia will expand and upgrade the mission-critical radio network serving Victoria Police, Ambulance Victoria and the Metropolitan Fire Brigade.
RELM Wireless Receives $2.0 Million Radio Order from Alberta Health Services
The company announced that it has received a purchase order totaling approximately $2.0 million from Alberta Health Services (AHS) for P25 800MHz portable and mobile radios with accessories.
GlobalFlyte Clears the Fog of Chaos in Emergency Communications
The emergency management technology startup is currently testing Multi Modal technology allowing users to listen to multiple radio channels through one pair of headphones by separating them spatially.
Digital Licensed Mobile Radio Beats Analog for the First Time in 2017
According to IHS Markit’s Ryan Darrand, senior analyst, critical communications, the number of digital licensed mobile radio (LMR) users exceeded the number of analog users for the first time in 2017, with over 24 million digital users.