Two-Way Radios

Read: Two-Way Radios Keep K-12 Campuses Connected

Two-Way Radios Keep K-12 Campuses Connected

District officials for Tennessee’s Warren County deployed Motorola’s MOTOTRBO digital control station to communicate with all campuses, as a result of a 2008 devastating tornado that cut off all communication.

Read: Thales Liberty Multiband Land Mobile Radio

Thales Liberty Multiband Land Mobile Radio

Logan County Public Safety Departments Purchase New Radio System

SUWANEE, Ga.

Sheriff Partners with Douglas County Schools to Improve Communications

CASTLE ROCK, Colo.

Read: How Secure Is Your Bus Yard?

How Secure Is Your Bus Yard?

Read: 6 Requirements Your Radios Should Address

6 Requirements Your Radios Should Address

Today’s advanced two-way radios can overcome background noise, privacy issues and other challenges so your campus will be more secure and productive.

Read: Preparing for the Worst, Just in Case

Preparing for the Worst, Just in Case

Four years ago, Coastal Carolina University looked to fix the broken call boxes on its campus. With the help of Myrtle Beach Communications and Motorola, not only did the university receive upgraded call boxes, it also installed numerous IP cameras to monitor the entire campus.

Read: 7 Steps to Better Radios

7 Steps to Better Radios

Campus police and security officers must be confident theirtwo-way communications devices will be able to send and receive signalswith outside agencies during and after a disaster strikes.Here’s how healthcare and educational institutions can becertain their radios will be ready.

Read: What Happens When ‘The Big One’ Hits?

What Happens When ‘The Big One’ Hits?

Upgrading your two-way radio systems as well as preparing the networks and personnel supporting your emergency communications will give you greater confidence that they will come through when disaster strikes.

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