Digital radio solutions for police departments that are reliable, high quality, and affordable.
A police department ensures the safety and order for everyone in their city. It's a tough job, and having any type of communications failure can make it tougher. Police departments require durable high quality radios and microphones for all their officers and dispatchers as well as wide-area coverage to communicate across multiple geographical sites. Both mobile and portable radios are needed in order to communicate between the driver, dispatcher, and officers in the field. Since the radios will be used in harsh and extreme environments, it is necessary for their radios to be rugged and weather resistant as well as being capable of lasting a full day’s shift.
When responding to an emergency situation, every second matters. All officers require the ability to respond and communicate during emergency situations as seamlessly as possible, and by providing them with clear digital voice, data messages and integration into popular fleet management software, the Hytera DMR Series radios allow dispatchers to manage and dispatch their entire team efficiently. In the MD782G, Hytera offers a digital mobile radio with GPS and telemetry features. Hytera’s PD7 Series portables offer a wide variety of accessories including heavy duty speaker microphones, as well as covert and Bluetooth earpieces allow for officers to easily communicate effectively in noisy environments. The long-lasting high capacity batteries ensure usage for multiple shifts when needed. Hytera also has base stations to repeat the signal and extend coverage for larger areas and multiple sites, providing a customizable radio solution for ambulance companies looking to migrate to clear digital communications
Improved efficiency and response time with clear digital communications, messaging, and fleet management software
Slim yet durable portable radios make carrying and operating a two-way easy and unobtrusive while resisting water intrusion and capable of being washed when dirtied in the field
Repeaters can be used to extend range and connect multiple sites
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