DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO (DMR)
DMR stands for Digital Mobile Radio – an open digital radio standard. DMR has received global recognition as a technology that combines voice, data, features & applications. Digital Mobile Radio is available in three “tiers” – loosely translated as levels of complexity. Tier I is licence-free, Tier II is licensed conventional, while Tier III is trunked, meaning that frequencies and channel capacity can be pooled and shared between users.
Key features of the DMR standard
Provide twice the calling capacity (as compared to analog or FDMA radios) for the price for one license. A second call doesn’t’ require a second repeater, saving you equipment costs.
Increase your operational efficiency and support integrated application including Text Messaging Services and GPS location tracking.
Has the ability to operate in both analog and digital modes.
Clearer information sent throughout the coverage areas as compared to analog radios rejecting static and noise.
Utilizes state-of-the-art technology in power-management technologies that increase battery life providing longer talk time and clearer audio delivery.