analog radio system

analog radio system

[′an·əl‚äg ′rā·dē·ō ′sis·təm]
(communications)
AR system
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Miami Beach has selected Florida-based Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) to modernize its critical communications network -- transitioning it from a legacy analog radio system to a new digital network that provides increased reliability and functionality for 1,000-plus first responders, the company said.
* Approved moving forward with a request for proposals to replace the District's aging analog radio system with digital equipment including mobile handheld and vehicle-mounted units that are vital for safe and effective communications for crews in the field and at the dams.
The Tribune reported that firefighters continue to use their 50-year-old analog radio system.
But to eliminate dead zones could require spending millions of dollars, an investment of questionable value given that the 15-year-old analog radio system is nearing the end of its useful life in the digital era.
Analog radio system with d5 capsule, receiver with 2 antennas, auto tuning.
Trinecke Zelezarny used to have an analog radio system for many years but it reached the end of its life cycle and its production was discontinued.
The existing analog radio system will be replaced by the use of public mobile communications.
Ocean City Emergency Services Director Joe Theobald met the Mayor and Council last week to seek approval to sign a deal with Eastern Communications to replace the aging EDACS 800Mhz analog radio system with a new cutting-edge digital Harris P25 Open Sky system.
Design, provision, and maintain a turnkey solution for a Digital Transmission Connectivity Network to support the 800 MHz Public Safety Radio System, transitioning from the current T1 backhaul service to a cost-effective solution capable of supporting the current analog radio system and the next generation of digital communication.
The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to select a qualified vendor to design, provision, and maintain a turnkey solution for a Digital Transmission Connectivity Network to support the Brevard County 800 MHz Public Safety Radio System, transitioning from the current T1 backhaul service to a cost-effective solution capable of supporting the current analog radio system and the next generation of digital communication.
Current sirens are activated via an 800 MHz conventional analog radio system. Vendors proposing to use the city%s current 800 MHz frequency will be given preference.