The safety of conventional with the features of trunking
Whether in a deep valley or deep in a building, poor radio coverage puts the safety of first responders at risk. The DVR-LX extends the range of portable radios, further away from the tower and deeper into buildings, keeping your team connected to dispatch in more areas.
Remote updates for easy maintenance
Fully backwards compatible with DVR
Authentication keeps your radio system secure
Dedicated handles makes it easy to carry
Thick concrete can provide challenges for in-building radio communication. The DVR-LX with the high power APX mobile, penetrates deeper into buildings. Firefighters can then simply reach the DVR-LX through their portable radio to communicate back to dispatch.
Portable coverage extension
High-powered mobile radios and a roof mounted antenna provide longer range than portable radios. The APX mobile and the DVR-LX extends the range of portable radios. Officers outside their patrol car can simply reach DVR-LX through their portable radio to communicate back to dispatch.
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Province of Nova Scotia extends coverage in remote and hard to reach areas.
Bonita Springs Fire Case Study
Bonita Springs Fire strengthens coverage in an urban environment.
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