When your police officers are in a stand-off with a dangerous suspect; when your firefighters are caught in a building collapse; when any one of a million life-or-death messages from your team must get through, you need mission-critical P25 two-way radios. Technology that was designed from the ground up to be resilient, secure and utterly dependable.
But there are places where even your radio can’t reach: Maybe when you’re deep in the countryside, miles from home – or deep in a building, behind thick concrete walls. Sometimes your teams will find themselves with no signal, but with an urgent need to communicate.
Motorola Solutions has partnered with Futurecom, an innovative company of experienced radio professionals, to deliver a portfolio of products that complement your fixed network infrastructure. Whatever you're looking for - from permanent infill to fast deployable suitcases - we have the products you need to keep your people safe, and your operations successful.
The P25 DVRS (Digital Vehicular Repeater System) is a small, rugged, self-contained, 10W radio base station integrated with Motorola remote mount APX™ or XTL™ series mobile radios. It improves portable radio coverage for police, fire and other emergency personnel by using the higher power of the mobile radio in the vehicle to extend the range of the portable back to the radio system.
A small and compact solution that is budget friendly, the VRX1000 provides federal agencies, state patrol and public safety first responders the ability to communicate on their portable radios in a mobile-only coverage area. Equipped with cross-band and in-band performance, and available in 700/800 MHz VHF and UHF frequencies, the VRX 1000 is compatible with P25 APX 7500, APX6500 and APX 4500 mobile radios.
Rapidly extend Project 25 (P25) radio coverage when and where needed.
Set up the PDR8000 suitcase at a special event or incident to swiftly provide local P25 or analog FM on-scene portable radio coverage. Connect to your Motorola Solutions dispatch console wherever it may be via a V.24 telephone connection.