$4.5m safety radios

Wednesday, 21 September, 2011

Daniels Electronics has won a $4.47 million contract to supply digital public safety radios using its latest generation of firmware-based digital radio technology.

The orders for Daniels MT-4E P25 digital radio repeaters will be used by Canadian and US government agencies to expand and upgrade their radio networks to provide digital communications for the first-line public safety responders as well as other government radio users.

The equipment will replace older radio systems to ensure compliance with the FCC narrowbanding mandate coming up in January 2013 that require all LMR radios to operate at more spectrally efficient 12.5 kHz bandwidths.
 

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