Logic Energy - Hytera DMR Radios

By: Logic Energy  06-Dec-2011

Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) is an open digital radio standard produced by European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI). Being capable of voice, data and a range of other features and applications in conventional and trunking mode, DMR has received global recognitions.

As a premium member of DMR Association, Hytera has mastered this technology. All Hytera's DMR products fully meet ETSI DMR requirements and feature innovative applications.

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