MOTOTRBO Repeater Base Stations
Improve your voice and data radio communication coverage and eliminate dead spots with a Motorola Solutions MOTOTRBO repeater base station.
How does a radio repeater work?
A two-way radio repeater can be installed at an elevated height such as a roof area (IP boxes provided for external locations) and connected to an antenna system so it can receive weak signals and create a wider coverage area. A repeater base station can extend your communication range of a low-power handheld radio from an enclosed area to hundreds of miles, or even worldwide. A Motorola repeater is an extremely powerful radio – Portable radios work on 5 watts, mobile radios work on 25 watts or more, and repeaters are even more powerful working between a 50 to 100-watt range.
How far can a radio repeater transmit?
Motorola MOTOTRBO repeater base stations will expand the range of a radio communication system, this can be on one site or over multiple sites which can be linked together. This can be done via cabling, a radio link or network using digital technology. Features vary on every Motorola MOTOTRBO repeater base stations from integrated data applications to analogue and digital migration capabilities.
How do DMR repeaters work?
With Tier 2 DMR, repeaters are used in a TDMA arrangement, with two timeslots. What this means is that two completely separate radio transmissions can be going through the repeater at the same time; each radio takes turns in transmitting in short 27.5 millisecond bursts.