Mobile radiocommunication applications have been in use since the early part of this century, starting with ship-shore radiocommunications, although recent years have seen tremendous growth. This expansion has been stimulated both by technological advances and by increased demand for mobile services. Advancements in semiconductor technology allow for low-cost, lightweight, portable units and are, in part, responsible for the increase for land mobile services.
Mobile services are used by Federal, state and local government entities for many purposes, including such critical functions as law enforcement, public safety, natural resource conservation, transportation, and national defense.
The private sector uses mobile services to satisfy the myriad of conventional communications requirements, including specialized needs such as electronic news gathering, aeronautical public correspondence, biomedical telemetry, facility communications, and regional communications.
State of the art Motorola two-way mobile radios offer the functions and reliability your system demands. Specifically well suited for commercial and emergency applications, mobile radio technology has become an indispensable tool for communication.