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Welcome to the March 2018 edition of the eEngineering.com Newsletter. Our newsletter is designed to provide our customers with the latest two-way radio, wireless communications, and security solutions news. Trouble viewing the newsletter, see it here.
In a firmware update recently announced, Motorola APX mobiles and portables will now be able to priority scan across multiple systems. It will function like typical priority scan functions with priorities allowed in multiple systems, behaving like a multi-system talk group scan but allowing assignment of priorities. The radio evaluates the priorities within the same scan system before it moves on to the next block of priorities in a separate system.

The new firmware update will also allow for instant recall to play back for the officer that missed it up to 60 seconds. This feature allows a user to replay the last received voice call and is particularly useful when the call contains detailed information (address, license plate, phone number) which may need to be recalled. It also reduces the need for repeat transmissions, which consume system resources.
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Geotab, a leader in GPS telematics fleet technology, announced it has surpassed one million subscribers, positioning the company as one of the fastest growing providers of telematics globally. Launching their subscriber-based solution in 2006, Geotab has seen an average of 116% annual subscriber growth over the last 10 years.

Geotab’s key industry differentiator is its open platform, which creates an environment where businesses can benefit from the integration of Geotab data into any system regardless of business size or operational needs. Processing more than two billion data points daily, Geotab leverages data analytics and machine learning to provide customers deep insight into the total cost of ownership of vehicles to help improve productivity, optimize fleets and enhance driver safety.
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Unication Voice Pager is the industry’s first and only P25 voice pager. P25 Digital paging allows migration from a legacy 2-tone network to a P25 Network; which provides improved coverage, excellent voice clarity and superior reliability. G-Series Pagers will work on the Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications Platform and can be ordered in dual-band capability. Use existing analog VHF system today, and P25 Phase II mode for future implementation. Order Phase II P25 capability pager and receive Phase I P25 price before March 31st.
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Joining a long list of states across the country, Florida awarded Motorola the contract to build its new statewide public safety radio system. After having several problems with spotty or failed service as well as problems with encryption from their old provider, the state decided to go with Motorola’s trusted and time-tested solution.
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FirstNet has been accepted by all 50 states and ATT is beginning the process of buildout and subscriber sign-up. Watch this short video about how their LTE network will back-up existing traditional Land Mobile Radio (LMR) use.
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  • Electronic Engineering is a proud sponsor of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick’s annual parade which occurred on March 17 in Des Moines for their on-site communications.

  • Electronic Engineering provided radio communications for Variety Club’s 44th annual telethon the first weekend of March. The telethon raised $3.75 million to benefit children’s charities across Iowa.
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