What is Repeater Service? Two-Way radio users in a non-repeater system must rely on direct line of site to talk to other users. Mountains, buildings and other obstacles often get in the way. A repeater is an automated relay station that enables two-way radio users to talk greater distances by rebroadcasting their signal from higher elevations. Our repeaters are located on the highest points in Vermont to give you the best coverage possible.
What is Trunking? In a standard repeater system, two-way radio users must share one repeater channel. Users often have to wait for another conversation to finish before they can talk. Trunking solves this problem by using multiple repeaters that automatically assign the radio user a free channel. In the event that all channels are busy the user is notified with a busy signal. Unlike a standard repeater system, the users do not hear each others conversations. Other features include out-of-range tones and call indication.
- Fast System Access
- Low Cost
- Messaging Capabilities
- Wide Area Coverage
- Proven Radio Products
- Unlimited Airtime
- No FCC License Required
The Technology. FleetWave uses Kenwood's NEXEDGE™ conventional and trunking technology featuring 6.25 kHz digital narrowband operation. NEXEDGE™ was designed to provide advanced communication solutions that meet the needs of private enterprise and public sectors today and in the future. NEXEDGE™ includes features such as FM Analog @ 25 and 12.5 kHz channels, NXDN™ digital @ 12.5 and 6.25 kHz channels, compliance with current frequency assignments, and NEXEDGE™ will easily convert to very narrow bandwidths in the future.
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Group Call. The Primary Function of our system. Push-To-Talk from one to many individuals.
Digital Voice. No scratchy conversations like in analog technologies.
Caller ID. The Radio Number or name of the caller shows up on the display.
Encrypted Radio Conversations. Prevents “Betty Bearcat” or competitors from listening in on conversations with radio scanners.
Paging Calls and Text Messages. The Dispatcher can send a text page to an individual radio.
Status Messages. The Driver can send short text messages to Dispatch such as “On-Site, Pouring, Leaving Site, etc..
Private One to One conversations.
Optional GPS Vehicle location.