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DMR and ProVoice Added to BCD996P2 and BCD325P2 Scanners

Uniden is pleased to announce the addition of support for Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) and EDACS ProVoice decoding for two additional more models, further cementing Unidens position as the leading scanner manufacturer worldwide. Digital Mobile Radio is used on thousands … Continue reading

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Whistler to Update TRX-1 / TRX-2 Scanners with NXDN™

Bentonville, AR– (December 13, 2016) The Whistler Group, Inc., a leading industry supplier of state-of the-art mobile electronics, is in the homestretch to the highly-anticipated release of an NXDN™ update to the TRX-1 and TRX-2 which currently feature Digital Mobile … Continue reading

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Scanners Now Able to Monitor MotoTRBO Frequencies

Within days of each other, both Uniden and Whistler announced that they would both be adding DMR scanning to their lineup. Whister states that they will be releasing both a mobile and portable scanner capable of monitoring MotoTRBO, Hytera XPT, … Continue reading

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SCMA Presentation by Wayne Smith, Ph.D.

At our July meeting, club member Wayne Smith, Ph.D. (N6LHV) gave a talk about Software Defined Radios. Wayne demonstrated how a $25 USB dongle designed to receive digital TV broadcasts can be used as an inexpensive SDR and spectrum analyzer. Professor … Continue reading

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Vertex Standard DMR Digital Radios Now Shipping to North America

Vertex Standard Company is now shipping the new VXD Series conventional digital land mobile radios (LMR), providing a new digital choice for users seeking to maximize their radio investment. “The new VXD Series enables analog radio users to gradually upgrade … Continue reading

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Digital Migration Percentage to Double in Next 5 Years

It’s taken a decade and half for 15 percent of the world’s licensed mobile radio users to move from analog to digital; however, the next five years will see this percentage more than double. This is one of the key … Continue reading

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