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MOTOTRBO CATALOG

CONTENTS

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WHY DIGITAL

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MOTOTRBO

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RADIO SELECTION GUIDE

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MOTOTRBO

PORTABLE RADIOS

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MOTOTRBO

MOBILE RADIOS

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MOTOTRBO INFRASTRUCTURE

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MOTOTRBO CONSOLES &

SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

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MOTOTRBO SYSTEMS

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MOTOTRBO APPLICATIONS

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PROFESSIONAL

RADIO ACCESSORIES

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OPERATIONS CRITICAL

WIRELESS ACCESSORIES

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COMMERCIAL

RADIO ACCESSORIES

WHERE CELL PHONES

FALL SHORT,

HERE CELL PHONES FALL SHORT:

DIGITAL RADIOS KEEP YOU GOING.

• BATTERIES NOT DESIGNED FOR CONTINUOUS USE

• PRONE TO DEAD SPOTS AND POOR RECEPTION

• INEFFECTIVE IN HIGH NOISE ENVIRONMENTS

• PUBLIC SYSTEM THAT COSTS MONEY EVERY MONTH TO USE

• BATTERY LIFE TO SUPPORT INTENSIVE USE FOR THE LENGTH OF A FULL DAY

• OFFERS EXCELLENT RECEPTION AND WIDE COVERAGE

• HIGH-VOLUME AUDIO WITH INDUSTRIAL NOISE CANCELLATION

• PRIVATE, CLOSED SYSTEM THAT SAVES MONEY; NO MONTHLY FEE FOR USAGE

THINK CELL PHONES ARE GOOD FOR BUSINESS?

THINK AGAIN.

When it comes to work, almost nothing works like a two-way radio. Digital two-way radios can give you instant, rugged, secure and high-

performing communication that helps increase productivity, improve resolution time and protect workers.

No matter how big, or how small the task, whether you’re communicating across the country or just across town, digital two-way radios can

close the communication gap.

VDC Research confirms that consumer-grade cell phones can bring greater expense then ruggedized devices. Little surprise, given cell

phone’s shortcomings:

• INCUR 50% HIGHER TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP THAN RUGGED DEVICES OVER A FIVE-YEAR PERIOD

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• 3X MORE LIKELY TO FAIL, COSTING 180-260 MINUTES OF PRODUCTIVITY PER FAILURE

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• UNAVAILABLE IN EMERGENCIES WHEN CELL TOWERS OVERLOAD

• UNABLE TO BLOCK LOUD NOISE

• GAPS IN COVERAGE AND SIGNAL

1. VDC Research: Mobile TCO Models of Business Solutions: Volume 1 / Track 7: Enterprise Mobile Device TCO;

VDC Research Group, Inc.; Mobile Wireless Practice; February 2013.

2. Krebs, David. “Enterprise Mobility & Connected Devices” VDC Research, August 2013.