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Hytera DMR Radio Programming Guide
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Sprint Duracore Direct Connect User Guide
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Rental Manager Training Operations Manual 0418
Account Executive Training Manual
EventTone Operations Manual
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Sellsy Training Videos

Introduction To Sellsy CRM System

Sellsy CRM Training-Creating A Client File & Quote – Parts 1&2


Creating & Printing A FedEx Shipping Label

EventTone Sales Call Training Video

Packing An Analog Motorola CP200 Radio Order
Packing A Digital Hytera PD562 Radio Order
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Sprint Duracore Direct Connect User Guide
EventTone Wireless Radio Accessories
Surveillance Mic User Guide
Two-Way-Radio-Etiquette
Glossary of Two Way Radio Terms

Programming a Motorola CP200 Analog Radio

How to Program a Motorola CP200 (Another Video)

Equipment Videos Hytera PD562 Digital Radio

Programming a Hytera Digital DMR Radio

Motorola CP200 Analog Radio

Setting Up An Analog Motorola GR1225 Repeater

Sprint Duracore Direct Connect Phones

Sellsy CRM Training

Sellsy Introduction Video

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Setting Up Your Nextel Service On ULE Phones
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Nextel Programming App For Smartphones
http://rebrand.ly/nextelapk

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Hytera DMR Radio Programming Guide
Hytera PD562 User Guide
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Software

Radio Programming Software Database

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Event Tone Main Analog Code Plug Frequency List
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Educational Videos

Understanding Basic Radio Frequencies

How to Program a Motorola CP200 Basic

How to Program a Motorola CP200 Extended

How to Program a Hytera DMR Digital Radio

 

Motorola MotoTRBO DMR Programming Basic

How To Program a Motorola XPR3500 DMR To A City Wide Trunking System

Hytera DMR Programming Software for Beginners

Hytera PD Series Basic Channel Programming Guide

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RBqPF5kBsE

How to Program a Motorola Mototurbo XPR Digital Two Way Radio

Hytera RD985a Repeater

Understanding Hytera DMR Digital Trunking

Programming a Motorola Mototurbo XPR Digital Radio – Basic

Programming a Motorola Mototurbo XPR Digital Two Way Radio – Basic 2

  Understanding Repeater Technology

Installing a Motorola GR1225 Repeater

Explanation of basic two way radio rental equipment

Portables  motorola_cp200We offer several different models of Motorola portable radios in VHF, UHF, and Digital as well as Intrinsically Safe (IS) radios, to meet all of your communications needs.Just to clarify, an Intrinsically Safe radio has been treated so as to protect from any potential electrical spark created when the radio is initiated for communication.  These radios are only essential for areas where the surroundings and atmosphere may have combustable gases which could explode.  Places like this include refineries, certain types of factories, military bases, etc. Motorola_CP200_Brochure

 

Hytera PD562 Digital DMR Radio

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After exhaustive and thorough research, we have concluded the new Hytera DMR Digital radios are one of the finest lines of digital radios available on the market.  Sleek, smaller and easy to use, weighing only a 1/2 pound, yet with all the powerful digital features you need.

Hytera PD562 User Guide

    • DMR – Digital Mobile Radio – Worldwide Open Standard
    • Dual mode – (Digital or Analog) – Make for smooth migration from existing analogy system
    • Display version
    • Small, Sleek, Light – The size is 115 X 54 X 27mm, dual-color injection, weight is 260g.
    • Long Battery Life – In digital mode, PD56X operates at least 16 hours under a duty cycle of 5-5-90
    • Rugged & Reliable – MIL-STD-810 C
    • One Touch Call/Text – Supports One Touch features that comprise of Preprogrammed Text Messages, Voice Calls and Supplementary Features
    • Secure Communication – Provides basic digital encryption and Scrambler feature in analog mode
    • Advanced Signaling – Supports multiple advanced analog signaling modes, including HDC1200, 2-Tone and 5-Tone, providing better integration into existing analog radio fleets
    • DMRA Data Service – The data protocol is fully compliant to DMRA standard
  • Pseudo Trunk – This virtual trunking feature allocates a free timeslot for urgent communications. This effectively enhances frequency efficiency and allows you to communicate in a timely manner in emergency situations

Motorola Mototurbo XPR 7550 Digital Radio

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The Motorola XPR7550 is one of the finest radios manufactured today.  It offers intelligent audio, allowing the radio volume to automatically adjust to compensate for background noise so workers don’t have to adjust their radio volume to avoid missing a call in loud situations or disturb others when they move into quiet areas.

The integrated GPS enables location tracking of mobile work teams and text messaging enables communication when voice isn’t feasible. And the large, full-color, 5-line display operates in day or night mode, for easy viewing of contact lists, text messages and work order tickets even in bright sunlight.  These radios can also be programmed for “City Wide” coverage!

Hytera PD702/PD702G Digital Radio

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The PD7 Series is built to the DMR Standard and is rich in features for both voice and data communication. The design is approved to rigorous IP67 and MIL-STD 810 testing. The Hytera-patented pseudo-trunking maximizes channel usage. Key features such as vibration, a dedicated emergency button, and the large color display make this an ideal solution for mission critical communications. The PD7 Series also comes with an optional GPS chip that allows the radio to integrate with Hytera Dispatch Systemor other 3rd party GPS dispatching software.

MobilesmobileVehicle-mounted radios used to transmit voice within a local area, city or state. They are often installed on the dash of a vehicle and run off its power source. Mobiles are perfect for someone who doesn’t need to communicate away from their vehicle.
Base Stations basestationBase stations are ideal for an onsite command center. No batteries to charge and more power than a portable radio.
RepeatersrepeaterRepeaters solve coverage problems by increasing the range and capabilities of your portable communications. Special accommodations can be made with repeaters if needed.
Remote Speaker Micsremote_speaker_micThis accessory attaches to the operator’s clothing for louder audio and easier accessibility to the Push-To-Talk button. This mic makes it convenient to communicate by eliminating the need to remove the radio from your belt.
Surveillance MicssurveillanceCommunicate discreetly and easily whether you’re in security or hospitality. A single wire earpiece with a push to talk microphone. Includes a clear acoustic tube and rubber eartip for comfort during extended wear.
Earbud with Boom MicearbudboommicThis is one of our most popular attachments. It is a one wire earpiece with a boom mic and push to talk button on the wire. It is easily used on either ear and comfortable for extended use. Not as covert as the surveillance mic but again a more popular option.
Light HeadsetsheadsetThis accessory frees up operator’s hands and provides sound clarity in noisy environments. The user can transmit with the radio’s internal VOX capability or with the Push-To-Talk button.
“D” Ring Earpiece with In Line Microphone41EyULXlJFL._SL500_AA300_ This headset is ideal for use in noisy situations or for any event where you want comfort and privacy.  The “D” Ring sits on your ear and the in line microphone is a “Push To Talk” style that offers ease of use and easy communications.
Spare BatteriesbatterySometimes you may need the use of your radio for a longer time period than the battery life allows. If so, we offer spare batteries to give you continued use of your radio without downtime from recharging.
Gang ChargersgangchargerThis is a multiple unit charging station. It holds up to 6 radios or spare batteries at a time.  EventTone also uses multiple level chargers which have 2 or 3, 6 port rows to allow for up to 18 radios charging in one unit.