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Motorola Two Way Radios

Motorola Two Way RadiosWith its Head Office in the United States, Motorola operate in the UK as Motorola Solutions, Inc. and are based in Basingstoke.

From as early as 1928, Motorola has been providing communications equipment. They pioneered mobile communications in the 1930s with car radios and public safety networks.

As a global industry leader, excellence in innovation continues to shape the future of the highly regarded Motorola brand.

Whilst Motorola two way radios are well established in the UK, Motorola offer a wide range of connectivity solutions that reaches many areas of present day operations across all types of industry.

Quality build and performance

Well respected as a brand and for their durability Motorola two way radios are the choice of many professionals who rely on the performance of their radio when it matters most.

Motorola offer a wide range of two way radios from licence free up to their high tier radios. With a reputation for quality radios that perform in the toughest of environments there will be a Motorola model that fits your needs. With distinctive branding Motorola radios are easily identifiable, particularly the Motorola ATEX radios with their blue body colouring.

As a Motorola Dealer for many years Ninehundred Communications have supplied Motorola radios across a wide range of organisations and to some of the toughest and dirtiest operating environments.  Additionally Motorola radios take up a large percentage of our hire radio fleet.  A wide range of accessories are available across the range of Motorola radios.

The switch to digital

Motorola's Mototrbo™ range of digital two way radios is now well established with the early handsets nearing the end of production. The 3000 series has been widely adopted, stretching the boundaries of traditional two way radio with a host of innovative applications to integrate with other technology. The newer 2000 and 4000 series look set to be just as successful offering more choice and functionality.

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