Tait Communications offers base station/repeaters with flexible, modular designs and continuous-duty cycle operation at a range of temperatures and altitudes. The TB9100 P25 base station has voting, IP-linking and simulcast functionality built in. The TB8100 is a highly flexible analog repeater that can be used as a simple conventional repeater or with advanced TaitNet Quasi-Sync simulcast and MPT 1327 trunked systems.
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Pyramid Communications' SVR-P250 is a P25 Phase 1-compliant vehicular repeater that features AES/DES encryption, 20 channels, ESP multi-vehicle format, wide- or narrowband programmable per channel, and programmable analog or digital per channel with emergency signaling. The SVR-P250 can interface to analog or digital P25 mobiles and conventional or trunked radios and is capable of operating with SkyTerra mobile satellite phones.
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Midian Electronics offers the RM-1 repeater maker, which can convert two portable or mobile radios into a simple repeater. Using two RM-1 modules, users can create a cross-band repeater. The RM-1 offers features such as Station ID, DTMF repeater access control and a programmable hang time.
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Idylltek manufactures both conventional and LTR repeater panels ever offered. Users can make adjustments from the front with both models, which also offer LCD status displays. The RP-176 brings 112 DCS codes and 64 CTCSS tones, all of which can be enabled simultaneously. The LT8R has eight self-contained LTR controllers in a single unit. The 80-character LCD shows the activity on all channels at once.
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Kenwood USA offers its TKR-7400P/TKR-8400P VHF-UHF P25 conventional repeater systems that use the TKR-740/840 transceiver and the new KSGCP401 P25 controller. The system provides P25 individual, group and system calls and features a site-management Ethernet port. The systems support as many as four conventional P25 channels, and the KSGCP401 features dual-mode operation for full-featured P25 digital communications and analog operation.
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