EMC S.p.A is an Italian company with about 40 years experience in professional telecommunications. EMC designs, manufactures, sells and supports Base Stations and Mobile radios. Conventional frequency bands, and exclusive 68-88 MHz, dual mode analog/digital (DMR) mobile radio with large display, alphanumeric keyboard, GPS and 2G – 3G(UMTS) cellular integrated modules have been released. EMC works with a nationwide retailers network and is constantly looking for worldwide partnerships to support DMR adoption all over the world.
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LANDER DMR digital radio has maintained all pre–existing analog features, adding new DMR technology. Radio, designed with a large bicoloured display and extended user-friendly keyboard, can integrate a GSM / GPRS cellular module (for voice call and data sending), GPS and USB port (for data storage and radio features customizations depending on USB key programming) without adding external boxes. Terminal is available in following frequency bands: 68–88, 146-174, 400-470 MHz.
ROMVLVS DMR represents LANDER DMR enhanced version. It manage Analog and Digital radio features adding innovative characteristics in professional radio field. In particular, in the front an ARM 11 processor with Windows CE® has been integrated, allowing system integrators to develop customized applications on final customer needs by themselves. Radio also integrates a GSM / GPRS / UMTS cellular module, GPS and USB port. Terminal is available in following frequency bands: 68–88, 146-174, 400-470 MHz.
DATALANDER DMR digital radio has been designed to transmit and receive datas in analog and DMR technology. Furthermore a cellular GSM/GPRS module can be optionally integrated into radio unit as backup channel for an higher reliability. A GPS receiver, an Auxiliary back connector with analog and digital switches, a RS485 connection, a 1.200/2.400 bit/s modem and a RS232 serial port complete DATALANDER DMR radio equipment. Terminal is available in following frequency bands: 68–88, 146-174, 400-470 MHz.