DANIELS LAUNCHES 800 MHZ P25 RADIOS
Victoria, B.C. Canada - August 20, 2008 - Daniels Electronics Ltd., a supplier of high reliability radio equipment for public safety and natural resource applications, today announced the expansion of their UHF analog and digital P25 radio product lines to operate in the 806 - 869 MHz 800 MHz Band.
"The addition of 800 MHz P25 support on our radios enables Daniels Electronics to offer our reliable, robust and low current radios to Public Safety and Natural resource customers that desire to use the 800 MHz Band for new radio services," said Gerry Wight, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Daniels Electronics. "The 800 MHz radio supports both analog and digital P25 signalling across the 806-869 MHz band. In North America this band is very popular for public safety applications and now that Daniels has a product supporting this band it will strengthen our public safety business."
The Daniels 800 MHz Radio has the same modular form factor as other frequency bands supported by Daniels, allowing the new radio modules to fit in any existing Daniels subrack. It interfaces transparently to existing control cards and is firmware upgradeable to P25 allowing for a seamless upgrade to 800 MHz operation for any existing customer.
Daniels radios are known for their flexible modular construction which allows custom configurations for specialized applications. They are also noted for their robust construction, low current consumption and extreme temperature tolerance (-30║ to +60║ C) which has enabled them to be deployed in some of the world's harshest environments such as Alaska, the Sinai and Siberia.
About Daniels Electronics Ltd.
Daniels Electronics Ltd. is a North American leader in the design and manufacture of customized radio communications systems for specialized applications. For the past 50 years Daniels has provided our customers in North America and internationally with highly reliable base stations, repeaters and paging equipment that is environmentally robust and operates in rugged and extreme temperature conditions where low current consumption is a key requirement. For more information about Daniels Electronics, visit www.danelec.com.