Motorola begins shipping multiband mobile radios

January 2010
Urgent Communications;Jan2010, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p48
Trade Publication
The article announces that Motorola has begun distributing its newly enhanced range of multiband mobile and portable radios. The company's APX 7500 multiband radios are capable of working in 700/800 megahertz bands in P25, and its SmartNet and SmartZone systems, and its mobile radios can be operated with its 09 integrated control head. A UHF Range 1 frequency capability is added to the APX 7000 portable radios. Accessories such as an IMPRES-enabled remote speaker microphone are also cited.


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