Vanguard (Lagos)

9 November 2012

Nigeria: Vertex Standard Digital Radios Now in Lagos

Vertex Standard and Danimex Communication have decided to allow Nigerian two way radio users have the opportunity of using the new VXD series equipment which has become a choice indigital radios for easy analogue conversion.

The new VXD Series conventional digital land mobile radios, provide a new digital choice for users seeking to maximise their radio investment.

According to Vertex Standard's distribution director for EMEA, Paul De Carte, "the new VXD Series enable analogue radio users to gradually upgrade to digital as needed to make the most of their radio investments. The portable and mobile radios operate in both analogue and digital modes making conversion to digital flexible and easy. If budget is an issue, users can gradually evolve from analogue to digital as required to best address their functional and financial needs."

Vertex Standard said that as a founding member of the Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Association, it is offering digital radio technology based on the DMR protocol, which is the most widely, adopted digital two-way radio system actively used in over 100 countries. The VXD Series is designed to work with other DMR TDMA radios, so users benefit by getting more choices of interchangeable digital equipment.

The VXD Series includes: VXD-720 portable radio, VXD-7200 mobile radio and VXD-R70 repeater.

Their features include being a consistently clear digital audio quality with integrated voice and text communications. It is portable and submersible in water. It has IP57 water resistance rating and submersible up to three feet for 30 minutes.

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