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Connect Plus multi-site digital trunking

Connect Plus multi-site digital trucking is a two-way radio system that enables you to accommodate the high volume, wide area voice and data communication that is required to keep your mobile workforce connected.  Click on the link to see a short video Connect Plus multi-site digital trunking.

SAY NO TO BACKGROUND NOISE. SAY YES TO CLEAR COMMUNICATION.

Clear, coherent communications are mission-critical to all first-responding agencies. That’s why communications manufacturers like Motorola have been working with the International Association of Fire Chiefs (the IAFC) to test, track and pinpoint the best practices for firefighters to maximize communication intelligibility and overcome background noise, whenever they use a portable or mobile radio. No matter where they are. No matter if it’s analog or digital.

Watch the video to learn how to incorporate best practices and discover the difference intelligible communications can make when lives are on the line.http://www.motorolasolutions.com/web/Business/landing_pages/US-EN/SayItLoud/SayItLoud.html

Forsyth County Dispatch knocked offline during storm

The Storm that ripped through Atlanta last Thursday not only knocked out power and trees and caused some house fires, but also resulted in the loss of communication within the Forsyth County 911 dispatch center.  click to read entire article

Technology that's Second Nature - Motorola Microsite Interactive Video

Prevent.  Detect.  Deter.  The Perfectly Run City.  Motorola Helps Make It Possible.  Click on this link to see for yourself

City of Duluth, Georgia Police Department

selects Mobile Communications of Gwinnett as it's supplier of Motorola™ MW810 rugged fixed mount mobile computers. 
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