Digital technology is opening the door to a host of useful web-based applications for two-way radios, even as it enhances capacity, coverage, audio quality, and battery life.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
BearCom, a nationwide provider of wireless communications equipment and solutions, today announced the release of its Analog-to-Digital Migration Guide, entitled “Five Reasons to Migrate to Digital Two-Way Radios.”
“A ‘smart’ revolution is transforming two-way radios,” begins the guide developed in cooperation with Motorola Solutions. “Digital technology is opening the door to a host of useful web-based applications for two-way radios, even as it enhances capacity, coverage, audio quality, and battery life.”
The guide, which is available as a free download from BearCom’s website, goes into detail about how digital radios offer additional functionality, greater efficiency, enhanced coverage, improved audio quality, and extended battery life over analog radios. It explores the capabilities and benefits of the latest two-way radios, the differences between analog and digital technologies, and the process for making the transition to digital a smooth one.
The Analog-to-Digital Migration Guide also answers frequently asked questions, such as:
- Why should we go digital?
- How are apps useful in two-way radios?
- Will analog radios become extinct?
- Are my analog two-way radio accessories compatible with digital models?
- How can I get the best value when selecting digital two-way radios?
“There are plenty of exciting new digital two-way radio products available,” said BearCom President & CEO Jerry Denham. “This new Analog-to-Digital Migration Guide is the latest tool we’ve developed to assist organizations around the country as they harness the power of digital performance to improve their communications capabilities.”
The guide includes details on the MOTOTRBO line of digital two-way radios from Motorola Solutions and the new Motorola CP200d, which was made available through BearCom last summer. Now with more than 20 different models, the MOTOTRBO line is redefining what customers expect from a two-way radio.
In developing the CP200d, Motorola Solutions was able to retain the simplicity and durability that have helped make the Motorola CP200 analog model a popular workhorse across a wide range of industries. The form factors for the CP200d and the CP200 are virtually identical, and the new CP200d is backward compatible, so it uses the same chargers, batteries, and speaker-microphones as the CP200. It also is available in a digital-capable version that can be converted later from analog to digital operation.
BearCom provides a broad line of high-performance wireless communications products, services, and complete mobility solutions. Founded in 1981, BearCom is America's only nationwide dealer of wireless communications equipment, serves customers from 26 branch offices located throughout the U.S., has several affiliated offices around the world, and employs approximately 400 people. BearCom is headquartered in the Dallas, Texas area. For more information, visit http://www.BearCom.com.