As you’re probably aware, the Motorola CP040 analogue 2-way radio has been discontinued. It’s been replaced with the DP1400 which is available in 2 versions – an digital version which is also fully compatible with analogue systems, and an analogue version which can be upgraded at a later date to digital operation if required. Physically,
XPAND is a Motorola Solutions trademark for a feature found in it’s Professional Series of analogue radios. It’s purpose is to improve the perceived quality of received audio by gently amplifying quieter voices and gently reducing the level of louder voices. These techniques are known as expansion and compression, or companding, and have been widely
It’s a wireless microphone that pairs with the two way radio in your vehicle. It uses Bluetooth technology. This means that when you need to get out of your vehicle you can stay connected by taking the wireless microphone with you and get the full benefit of the high power vehicle mounted radio, with the
Politically correct it may not be, but it could save a life! Available in some radios, a gyroscope built on a microchip detects when a portable radio moves a certain angle from the vertical position…Literally detecting when somebody has fallen over, become incapacitated, or fallen unconscious. If a timed audible warning passes without the position changing, an alarm call
Using a hand held phone while driving has been illegal since 2003 but we still see people doing it. Consultation is now taking place with a view to increasing the penalties for offenders – £ 150 fine plus 4 points for car drivers and 6 points while driving an HGV. If you don’t have a working handsfree
A seemingly simple idea, a countdown timer that resets every time somebody does something with their radio, normally making or answering a call. When the timer reaches zero the radio will prompt the user. If they don’t react an alarm call is sent, possibly with the location, to summon assistance.
2016 is here, leaving nothing but memories of 2015. We’d like to wish all of our friends a very happy, healthy, and prosperous new year. We hope to see you soon!
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