Portable Professional Radios - Better Connected & Efficient
Motorola robust, future-ready, standards-based professional radio solutions are so flexible and versatile, they can be customized to fit your unique business, coverage and application needs. MOTOTRBO is the complete business-essential solution with portable radios, mobile radios, repeaters, accessories, data applications and services.
Whether your people are moving freight or providing security, repairing roads or restoring power lines, you need to keep them all connected, everywhere they go. Your people are on the job, in the field, on the factory floor, moving across campus or throughout the city, they can count on Motorola Professional Series Radios.
Count on every Motorola Professional Portable Radio to do its job time after time.
Motorola Portable Professional Radios
We offer a full collection of proven Motorola Professional Portable 2-Way Radios for your important and critical communication needs. They’re all ready to help ensure you perform with greater authority and confidence.
Conventional Systems combine the best of two-way radio with digital technology to deliver integrated voice and data communication, increased capacity, enhanced features, exceptional voice quality and extended battery performance for your business.
IP™ Site Connect:
IP™ Site Connect is a digital solution that uses the Internet to extend the voice and data capabilities of MOTOTRBO. Use it to link up to 15 sites for communication among geographically dispersed locations, to create wide-area coverage or to enhance coverage at a single site with physical barriers.
Capacity Plus is the single site digital trunking solution that maximizes the capacity of your MOTOTRBO system. Use it to enable a high volume of voice and data communication for over a thousand users at a single site, without adding new frequencies.
Connect Plus is the scalable, multi-site digital trunking solution that helps keep your mobile workforce connected. With this scalable, high capacity MOTOTRBO system, calls can be queued during busy times until an open channel is available, important users can be assigned priority status when the system is in high demand, and a wire-line console can be used for centralized dispatch.