Motorola SLR Repeaters
Designed specifically to provide reliable radio coverage in buildings and large sites.
Why do we use repeaters?
Radio waves travel in straight lines. They can go around or through obstacles but quite often this affects the strength and clarity of the signal. When you are operating a radio system in an area which is built-up, hilly or mountainous -- this can cause significant problems. Even wide and flat environments can weaken the radio signal over long distances. Or worse, signal can be lost! So what is the solution? The solution is a repeater!.
So what is a repeater?
A Radio repeater (or base station) is used in two way radio communication to enhance radio signal in built-up environments or over wide areas. A radio repeater is a piece of equipment which combines radio receiver technology and radio transmitter technology in one device. Therefore, it is a radio transceiver and radio transmitter at the same time. Digital radio repeaters can be linked together (using IP technology) so that multiple sites can be connected with each other.
How does a repeater work?
Modern day buildings consisting of thick glass, steel structures, LED lighting and high occupancy levels will often cause signal issues for radios being used in ‘simplex’ mode (back to back with no system) are easily lost. To overcome this common scenario a repeater re-transmits the signal at a higher power so it can cover greater distances.
The Motorola SLR 5500 replaces the DR3000 and offers a number of significant upgrades including greater processing power, larger data storage capacity. It is also considerably slimmer in shape and more compact.
The MOTOTRBO SLR5500 Digital Radio Repeater base station will provide you and your team with a reliable high performance two-way radio repeater solution that includes all the features you will need to connect your radio operators with each other even over a vast area regardless of whether you are inside on the factory floor or outside in the field.
Considered to be a massive leap forward in radio technology, the MOTOTRBO SLR 5500 digital repeater base station is the next generation in low-cost two-way radio repeater equipment. It has become a popular device due in part to its trim form and low power consumption.
The Motorola SLR 8000 replaces the MTR3000 and offers a number of significant upgrades including greater processing power, larger data storage capacity. It is also considerably slimmer in shape and more compact.
To be able to perform in a more safe and efficient way, continual high-quality voice and data communication is key. The SLR 8000 radio repeater is engineered for total reliability, high performance and improved flexibility. It represents the next generation in two-way radio repeaters technology.
The MOTOTRBO SLR 8000 Radio Repeater is an extremely versatile and powerful piece of kit which combines the best of two-way radio functionality with the latest digital technology to deliver voice and data seamlessly. In addition, advanced features, easy to use interface and increased storage capacity will not only meet all your communication needs but will also surpass all your expectations.