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BearCom Announces Availability of New CP200d Digital Two-Way Radio from Motorola Solutions

August 1, 2013

Combining Simplicity, Durability, and Digital Technology, the New CP200d is One of a Series of Radios Just Added to the Motorola MOTOTRBO Line

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 01, 2013

BearCom, a nationwide provider of wireless communications equipment and solutions, today announced the availability of the new CP200d digital two-way radio from Motorola Solutions. The Motorola CP200d brings the advantages of digital technology to one of the most popular two-way radios ever produced, enhancing its audio quality, coverage, capacity, and battery life.

The new CP200d is one of a number of new MOTOTRBO digital two-way radios introduced this week by Motorola Solutions, BearCom’s largest partner. Others include new digital mobile radios and new frequency options for popular portable models.

“We at BearCom are very pleased to offer these new Motorola MOTOTRBO models, and we’re especially excited about the new CP200d,” said BearCom President & CEO Jerry Denham. “The CP200 has been one of the most popular talk-and-listen radios on the market for years. With the introduction of the CP200d, its many users can now take advantage of the benefits of digital technology.”

The CP200d retains the simplicity and durability that have helped make the Motorola CP200 popular across a range of industries. The form factor is virtually the same, and the new model is backward compatible, so it uses the same chargers, batteries, and speaker-microphones. It is also being made available in a digital-capable version that can be converted later from analog to digital operation.

“The CP200d’s ability to operate in both analog and digital environments makes it even more attractive to organizations that are still making the transition to digital technology,” Denham said. “We think that flexibility will help make the CP200d a tremendous success.”

Also introduced this week by Motorola Solutions were:

  • An XPR7000 Series portable radio for the 800 and 900 MHz bands, which are widely used by the utility and petrochemical industries
  • A 900 MHz version of the SL Series radio that has won awards for its sleek design
  • The CM200d and CM300d mobile radio, digital-capable versions of the CM200 and CM300
  • The Motorola XPR2500, a new mobile companion to the XPR3000 Series portable
  • A remote-mount control head option for the XPR5000 Series radios, allowing separation of the control panel and the radio by up to five meters and putting the mobile radio within the reach of the driver in specialist vehicles.

Digital two-way radios have distinct advantages over analog models. These include improved audio quality and clarity, enhanced coverage, greater efficiency, and longer battery life.

As the new MOTOTRBO models were introduced, Hal Herron, Vice President & Senior Director, North America Radio Channels for Motorola Solutions, noted the rapid growth of the digital line introduced in 2007. “Motorola Solutions has expanded its single MOTOTRBO digital radio into a portfolio of more than 20 different models in the span of a few years, and we continue to redefine what customers expect from a two-way radio. As we lead the revolution in digital voice and data communications for enterprises, we remain committed to driving the innovation of our two-way radios and accessories to help our customers be their best in the moments that matter.”

About BearCom

BearCom provides a broad line of high-performance wireless communications products, services, and complete mobility solutions. Founded in 1981, BearCom is America's only nationwide dealer and integrator of wireless communications equipment, serves customers from 26 branch offices located throughout the U.S., has several affiliated offices around the world, and employs approximately 400 people. BearCom is headquartered in the Dallas, Texas area. For more information, visit http://www.BearCom.com.

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