Long Range Two Way Radios

Long range two way radios from MCIS can be used to communicate across greater distances than those possible with conventional two-way radio models. With technologies such as MOTOTRBO, made by Motorola, radio users can connect with others across cities, countries and even the world. As a result, two-way radios are increasingly replacing mobile phones for residential users and companies. When clients from Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino and Riverside visit MCIS, they receive individualized recommendations from MCIS salespeople on which two-way radio models will best meet their needs in terms of range and other aspects of performance.

MOTOTRBO IP Site Connect

IP Site Connect, available on Motorola MOTOTRBO radio models, is at the forefront of modern technology among long range two way radios. By letting users connect across online networks as well as local ones, IP Site Connect expands utility of two-way radios far beyond the smaller work sites normally associated with two-way radio usage. The ability to talk on both analog and digital licensed frequencies further enhances options among users and simplifies the task of switching to totally digital communications.

Residential or Commercial Use

Companies and consumers can both take advantage of the versatility offered by long range two way radios. Industrial, commercial and government groups can use long-range communications to stay in touch with local and remote radio holders for coordination of logistics and other operations. For consumers, long-range capability equals the ability to stay connected with immediate party members as well as friends, family and others who are elsewhere. The result is unshakeable communication networks that are less hindered by infrastructural breakdown than conventional, cellular-based communications.

When clients visit MCIS for long range two way radios, they can choose between renting and buying and have access to numerous complementary services afterwards. For example, inventory management eases the workload taken on by supervisors at companies. Thanks to repair support, clients can keep their two-way radios functioning at peak levels for utmost reliability. Finally, installation and configuration by trained MCIS technicians makes it easy to get started with two-way radios and speeds the process of adopting this increasingly flexible technology.

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