Your Two-Way System Does Not Maintain Itself
While modern two-way radio systems have advanced over the years they still do not have the capability to maintain themselves. Both infrastructure (repeaters/links) and subscriber units (handheld, base, and mobile radios) require attention from time to time to continue to function as expected by the manufacturer.Frequent auditing of equipment ensures not only FCC compliance but can ensure that your communications coverage is at its maximum potential.
We have both the equipment and expertise to evaluate and provide maintenance services to keep your two-way system performing to the peak of its abilities.
Two-Way Radio Service & Sales
We offer a wide variety of Two-Way radio solutions custom tailored to fit your needs. Whether you are a large medical facility or a GMRS customer wanting radios for your home, we have you covered! Radio programming services start at just $25 and we can program, service and install just about any piece of Two-Way equipment on the market.
Our site evaluations are always free, contact us today if you need a new communication system or would like to maintain or upgrade your existing communications system.
We use industry-specific tools to service, repair and program your radios. Rest assured we are using only the highest quality, accurate and calibrated equipment to service your two-way radios.
Our lab consists of high-grade test equipment from General Dynamics/Motorola, Aeroflex, Tektronix, and other reputable manufacturers. We do not at any time use equipment or services that may compromise the reliability or performance of your communications network.
Digital Radio in the Healthcare Environment
MotoTRBO and DMR Technology in the Healthcare environment
MotoTRBO and DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) Technology is quickly evolving into the current industry digital radio standard. With many benefits, DMR helps expand on current systems and increase overall efficiency and productivity by enabling an organization to make the best use of its current resources. DMR technology introduces a new level of inseparability with existing analog and digital systems, as well as provides an extra layer of privacy that can be beneficial to patient and organizational security.
Expanding on existing systems
Digital two-way radio technology such as P25 and DMR allow you to make better use of existing spectrum while adding many features that help improve efficiency and operations. Digital two-way radio not only provides crystal clear communications but enables you to make use of low-speed data features such as:
- Louder, crisp and clear audio
- Text messaging
- Private calling
- Digital Paging
- Over the air reprogramming (OTAR)
- Telemetry (Unit tracking via GPS)
- Two timeslot TDMA – The ability to have two simultaneous conversations at once on a single frequency
- Multi-site linking (link repeaters together at multiple sites to increase communications range)
- Broader coverage
- Advanced control features – password protect and kill (STUN) radios that are lost or stolen
- Security – protecting privacy is easier with encryption
For more detailed information see the DMR white paper from the DMR Associations website [Download]
Maintain Better HIPAA Compliance – Safety and Security through AES Encryption
Creating a safe and secure environment for employees and patients can provide a higher quality experience and prevent security breaches from happening. During an incident and emergency not having to worry whether or not you are engaging in a secure conversation can help more effectively manage the situation.
Learn how the Indiana University Health North Central Region interconnected and secured their communications across multiple sites, building a clear and reliable network.
Read Indiana hospitals stay ahead of threats with leading-edge communications
MotoTRBO DMR’s Enhanced Privacy and AES-256 Encryption enables you to cut out the eavesdroppers and potential security threats from passively listening and interfering with your radio transmissions, and maintain HIPAA compliance.
Read more on how to prevent an outbreak of security breaches here