Sunday, September 27, 2009

New Interoperable VHF/UHF/800 MHz Radio!

We are delighted to introduce an affordable Software Defined Radio (SDR) system that allows a single personal 2-way radio to communicate with other 2-way radios anywhere in the world regardless of band, brand or location!

Our new SDR Plus System provides true interoperability with all operating protocols including Astro P25, EDACS, LTR, NXDN, OpenSky, P25, or Smartzone in either conventional or trunking, analog or digital, 25, 12.5, or 6.25 kHz, and any frequency band including VHF High Band, VHF Low Band, UHF, or 800 MHz as well as Nextel, SouthernLINC, all SmartphonePDA's, plus Desktop, Laptop, and Netbook PC's.

Here's the best part - The entire system costs LESS than a single P25 radio! Want to know more? Send us a email to

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

New Product - AmbuCam for EMS Vehicles!

New AmbuCam vehicular remote viewing system for EMS Vehicles does it all! Up to three camera system can monitor and record outside traffic, drivers, patient transport, and direct rear view areas. AmbuCam records all stops, speed, and travel information. With GPS, the vehicle coordinates are immediately available for use in directing aircraft to the scene. Optionally available is the incredible CoPilot navigation system that provides driving directions, 2-way status messaging, FREE Mini-Cad software for web based vehicle status and dispatching, and much, much more! You can even get a vehicular repeater option to extend coverage of 2-way radios or cell phones!

If you've got an ambulance, you need AmbuCam! Additional information is available at Check it out - you'll be glad you did!

Sunday, September 20, 2009

New Motorola radios

A new 16 channel version of the popular and affordable Motorola BPR40 is now available (shown at bottom left). The 16 channel model is only $25 more than the 8 channel model. Additional information is available on our analog radio web site at

The BIG news is the availability of the XPR series radios in a new lower priced analog model. You get all the benefits of MotoTRBO technology like the Impress battery system, submersible capability and your choice of standard or keypad portables at significantly lower cost. If you start with an analog portable or mobile, you can switch to full digital capability later by adding the HKLN4429 upgrade option.

The upgradeable XPR series radios are a welcome addition to the Motorola product line offering professional grade communications at reasonable cost. Additional information is available at or by giving us a call at 205.854.2611.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

From time to time, we have the privilege of extending some very special offers to those we serve by the manufacturers whose products we represent. One of the very special manufacturers is Midland International, a company with whom we have worked since the company first began operations many years ago.

Midland has become a leading supplier of P25 equipment with some of the most unique products available. The company has enjoyed significant success, in particular in California and Florida. Now they want to develop operations in Alabama and Mississippi. They called us the other day and made a very unusual offer. Here's essentially what they said.......

Burch, we want some system users at the State, County, or Municipal level that will work with us in developing a mutually rewarding relationship. Our offer is simple. You find us some users that are considering a complete P25 radio system with repeater, mobile, and portable equipment. You have complete authority to extend very special pricing in return for assisting us by telling others how the system works for them. We need some satisfied complete system users that we can use for references. In return, these users will receive once in a lifetime prices and YOU are the one responsible for making this all happen.

I am ready to make it happen, and I have the authority to make it happen for those willing to work with me. If you are in Alabama or Mississippi and seriously considering the purchase of any new communications system - analog, MotoTRBO, NXDN, or P25, give me a call at my personal Anytime-Anywhere phone number - 205.202.1269. It's a decision you won't regret - guaranteed! In the meantime, if you would like additional information on P25 communications, please visit

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

A Message to Public Safety Radio Users

Who says you have to purchase P25 Radios?

Actually, nobody, UNLESS you plan to spend Federal grant money to pay for them! Or, if you want a narrow band capable, interoperable communicator with better operating range, longer battery life, loud and clear audio, plus privacy – THEN you might want to consider purchasing analog/digital capable P25 radios instead of ordinary radios!

If you want the best value in a P25 DHS, FEMA, and SAFECOM compliant radio, you might want to consider the offerings by ICOM. For additional information on P25, we invite you to visit a special web page at Our job is to make sure you have the facts. We leave the task of making the decision up to YOU!