Wide Area Digital Radio Networks
What is a Wide Area Digital Radio Network?
A wide area radio network is when radio sites are linked together to form a network. Base station repeaters are used to send radio signals through antennas located in high places, such as rooftops or radio towers. These signals are then re-transmitted to improve coverage for users.
This is useful for communicating throughout a large site or location and works with both hand portable and vehicle mounted mobile radios.
Crystal Clear Radio System
DCS 2 Way Radio Ltd operate a wide area digital radio system called Crystal Clear which provides network coverage throughout the North West of England, including Liverpool and Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire, allowing users to benefit from large areas of radio coverage for a fixed monthly subscription. The subscription can also include the radio itself and has the added benefit of being fully maintained by DCS 2-Way Radio Ltd. This provides a fixed cost solution for our customer's radio communication requirements and represents excellent value for money.
Features and benefits of the Crystal Clear radio system
- Wide area of radio coverage
- Superior audio quality compared to analogue radio
- Vehicle to vehicle communication available if required
- Latest technology
- Achieves greater coverage than analogue radio
- Fixed monthly cost
- Encryption to evade eaves droppers and provide secure communications
- Avoids huge start up fees
- System supplied by Motorola who are the market leaders in the radio industry
- Fully licensed by OFCOM
This type of radio system is ideal for many different types of industries. Please see below examples of our existing customers who rely on Crystal Clear for their communications
- Street wardens
- Bus and coach
If you have a requirement for wide area radio coverage in the North West of England that will provide you with the edge over your competition then please contact us to discuss this further
Call us on 0800 294 7766 for more information