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Motorola Wireless point to point and point to multipoint

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Motorola Wireless point to point and point to multipoint

Motorola has over 80 years experience in radio frequency technology, offering point to point wireless connection from 10Mb to 300Mb of distances up to 40+ miles integrating not only data but voice and video.  Servicing the Miami Valley region, Motorola has made a big presence in bridging multiple locations, gaining higher bandwidth, greater scalability and reducing/eliminating the monthly recurring cost with standard T1 connections. 

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Re: Motorola Wireless point to point and point to multipoint

Well, I'm not the guy who deals with the two way but here's some info on the newer two way type radios called IP Site Connect using MOTOTRBO radios.

Allows you to share voice and data applications
such as text messaging or GPS-location tracking
across an unlimited geographical area

Expands coverage for conventional users by
allowing you to network multiple repeaters at a
single site or dispersed locations

Gives system administrators the ability to
monitor and control repeaters within your
analog or digital system

Keys up all radios on a wide area channel, allowing
users to monitor communications from remote
locations in their network

Enables users to seamlessly roam between sites
of a wide area system without having to physically
change channels

Utilize new MOTOTRBO radios, repeaters and
data applications?or existing MOTOTRBO
equipment via software upgrade

Improves overall business communications and visibility
by allowing you to track or send a message
to any device in a wide area from a single server

Most if not all of our customers will be moving towards this new application of communications upgrading for the simple fact that Project25 (narrow-banding) is taking place, which the gov't wants this done by 2013.

If you have any questions let me know, I'm not sure if i could help you since our company is located in Dayton Ohio.
But hopefully this will help