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new, small and clever...

Forget the old brick shaped radios. Motorola has recently introduced the SL300 portable radio. Available in either UHF or VHF band splits, your choice of 2 or 99 channel models. 149 more words

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Tait Tough: Digger covers radio in gravel

Tait Tough is back!

We took a Tait TP9300 over to a near-by construction site to push our radio to its limits once again. After talking with some of the workers there, we all thought it would be a cool experiment to get one of the diggers, get a load of heavy gravel and dump it on the Tait radio, which was lodged in the dirt. 69 more words

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A Great Internet "Radio Show" - The Digital Showgram

Are you tired of what is on the radio these days? Want to listen to something interesting from a guy who has had a 30-year career in radio and TV. 240 more words


LMR regulatory compliance EU and US

Regulations and compliance play a defining role in the LMR industry. To understand their impact, Brian Emmett, Tait Compliance and Regulatory Manager, compares the LMR regulatory environments in two major jurisdictions: the United States and Europe. 783 more words

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Radio: Trends to watch

The dust has settled on the grand unveiling of the Q3 RAJAR results last month and after a period of reflection our Radio Experts have been analysing the data in more detail. 283 more words

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Video Killed The Radio Star - Digital Radio Recap

Alex Mott on digital innovation, interconnectivity and interaction. Key concepts from CW Digital Delivery and Content SIG ‘The Evolution and Future of Digital Radio’.

What has always been so appealing about radio as a medium is that it is ‘lean back’, something you can have on in the background whether you are driving your car, cooking dinner or in the office. 331 more words


Tait leads the pack with the largest DMR Tier 3 systems in the world

Tait is expanding the global reach of its DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) Tier 3 technology solution with contract signings in three key global markets.

Queensland Rail (Australia), Entropia Digital (UK and Europe) and Manitoba Hydro (Canada) have all called on Tait to provide reliable, interoperable, mission critical radio communication systems to support their operations. 522 more words

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