Improve Radio Coverage

Enhance and improve the operation
of your Motorola digital radio system

One of the most common questions we are asked is:
“How can we improve the range and coverage of our radio communications system?”


Improving Single Site Radio Coverage

Professional Motorola hand portable radios communicating back-to-back without any central infrastructure, typically work over about 3-5km depending on terrain, local buildings and the materials sites are constructed from. If you find that your radio coverage needs to be improved, or that you need to communicate radio-to-radio over greater distances or in buildings through many layers of concrete and steel, we can recommend, supply and install Motorola repeater base stations that will greatly improve the performance and coverage of your radio system. 

Repeater base radios such as the Motorola SLR5500 or SLR1000 are simply “boosters” that are installed centrally and as high as possible within your communication area. The repeater with its associated high gain antenna, receives the transmissions from your mobile or portable radio equipment and relays your signal to other radio users on your system.

Installing a Motorola repeater and antenna, and engineering your radio system in this manner will significantly increases your two-way radio coverage and will enable radios to penetrate into areas that may have suffered from poor reception or dead spots, when working without a repeater in place.

Multi Site Radio Coverage

New Digital Radio technology offers two-way radio users options that until recently, were very difficult to engineer and therefore often cost prohibitive to implement for the end users.

Problem: I cannot use my radio to communicate with my remote offices!
Problem: I want radio communications between two sites 20 miles apart!
Problem: I want to monitor my radio systems from a centralised location!
Problem: I want to use my PC to communicate with my radios!

Solution: Using new Digital radio technology will address all of these common issues.

New Motorola Digital radio technology allows us to simply link remote sites together using the clients own IP network or the internet. This means, for example, that portable radios working at site in London, could talk to portable radios at a remote site in Manchester, and would sound as if they were in the same location. PC’s can be included and can be used to monitor, communicate with and control radio systems from a central location.

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