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Motorola boradband PoC IP transceivers

Whether you're serving people or saving them...Motorola WAVE PoC system and it's IP radios makes it possible for your teams in the field or in the office, to communicate and collaborate effectively through voice and data – securely, reliably and in real-time – regardless of network, carrier or device. Motorola WAVE PoC, broadband system and IP radios enable interoperable push-to-talk (PTT) communication across broadband and radio networks and devices so that critical, time-sensitive information flows quickly and securely between mobile workers and teams. Whether on a smartphone, radio, computer or landline, your personnel can connect instantly and securely with Motorola WAVE. 

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100.80 EUR
Product number: GMLN5547A

Push-To-Talk (PTT) is no longer only for two-way radios. Group communication can now include those who rely on smartphones and broadband devices as well as two-way radios. WAVE is a carrier-indpendent multimedia communication subscription service that instantly connects your team at the push of a button. With Motorola Wave application license you can turn your smaertphone into a PTT device and let everybody be part of the conversation (price is for 1 year). Get the speed and simplicity of PTT with the ability to share multimedia information at the touch of a button. Get all your group communication needs in one easy to use app for Android and iOS phones and tablets.

Unique order
216.00 EUR
Product number: GMLN5543A
Motorola Wave license for Motorola TLK100 Poc transceiver for 1 year. The Motorola Wave TLK100 PoC transceivers will only work with the purchase of this license. The license ensures that the PoC transceiver connects seamlessly to a central server operated by Motorola over internet network.
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394.80 EUR
Product number: HK2119A

Combining the broad coverage of a Europe-wide cellular network* with the ease of two-way radio communications, the WAVE radio gets your team connected fast. Keep employees connected and accountable with crisp, clear audio and location tracking in a rugged, compact form factor. Maximise efficiency with single-button push-to-talk and long battery life. And improve focus without a distracting screen to get in the way.

Forget building or maintaining a costly radio infrastructure. Get your team up and running quickly by deploying Europe-wide* push-to-talk without the need for costly or time-consuming spectrum licensing or manual programming. You can even use the WAVE radio with your current compatible two-way radio systems and smartphones.

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Blogger’s Review of the Wouxun KG-UVN1

This radio appeared in the Wouxun product lineup early 2019, in Hungary however it only had its debut in March 2020.
With my experience gathered over the years, I am actually happy that this time I am not reviewing a brand new device. Why? Usually, when new devices are put to market, despite all the extensive testing, the firmware always has some room for polishing. A one year old radio on the other hand usually has a firmware version already updated and bugfixed, and you can do without hunting for patches, firmware update or cope with menus full of irritating small bugs. I believe, this one year has been worth the wait.

SDRplay webinars and video reviews

We are informing you about some news from SDR World: about SDRplay's series of webinars, and about lots of video reviews.

What's new in the SDR world We have already shown you one of our latest favourites: the new SDRPlay RSPdx. Now you can hear and read about others' opinion about it.
A mini computer is enough to set up an SDR receiver

 

These micro computers are strong enough, no wonder radio hams make good use of them for DIY projects.
SDRplay have also compiled an image file with software needed for using your SDR. You just need to copy it to a Micro SD card and you can start listening on the radio bands.

RTLSDR through the eyes of an SWL observer over the past 8-10 years

SDR radio became popular in Hungary around 2012-2013 thanks to the RTL chip versions appearing among DVB-T Chinese USB TV receivers. Back then you couldn’t get these devices in Hungary, you had to order them from China. Since then the situation has changed a lot here, too.

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