Tag Archives: two-way radio

Vertex Standard Introduces EVX-S24 Compact Digital Portable Radio!

October 11, 2016, Dallas, TX—BearCom, the nation’s largest provider of two-way radio wireless communications equipment and solutions, announced today the introduction of the new eVerge EVX-S24 Digital Portable Radio from Vertex Standard. The EVX-S24 is a smaller, lighter unit that’s sleek, compact, easy-to-use and easy-to-carry. It’sdesigned for education, hospitality, high-end retail, security, and more. With a high water submersion and dustproof rating of IP67, this radio is ideal for construction sites, golf courses, water .

BearCom Group, Inc. Acquires Advanced Electronics Inc., A Premier Wireless System Integrator in Southern California

Acquisition provides unmatched wireless solutions throughout California October 6, 2016: Dallas, TX — BearCom Group, Inc. (“BearCom”), the nation’s largest and pre-eminent provider of wireless communications equipment and solutions for two-way radios and other voice and data technologies, today announced the acquisition of Advanced Electronics Inc., headquartered in Redondo Beach, CA, with satellite offices in Ontario and Palm Desert. Since 1951, Advanced Electronics has successfully served thousands of Southern California organizations with wireless voice .

BearCom Acquires Sullivan Communications, Major Two-Way Radio Dealer in Birmingham, Alabama

Acquisition expands two-way radio solutions and services throughout the Southeast January 11, 2016: Dallas, TX — BearCom Group, Inc., the nation’s largest and pre-eminent Two-Way Radio Dealer and provider of wireless communications equipment and solutions, today announced the acquisition of Sullivan Communications located in Birmingham, Alabama. Terms of the transaction were not announced. Since 1994, Sullivan Communications has served a multitude of two-way radio customers in the industrial and commercial sectors including: medical, manufacturing, education, .

The Safest Ways to Use Two-Way Radios While Driving

One touch, no reach. Those are the two fundamentals for using two-way radios (walkie-talkies) safely while driving. Federal regulations forbid the use of cellphones and sending text messages while driving commercial vehicles. However, these statutes do not prohibit the use of two-way radios, but they do offer guidelines for keeping radio users safe while driving on company business. According to federal regulators, the two greatest risks of using a cell phone while driving are reaching .

Two-Way Radio Rentals from BearCom: Five Popular Models

If you plan to rent radios, your first decision is whether to choose analog or digital. Analog two-way radios (walkie-talkies) are lightweight, rugged and reliable. They’re generally easy to use, and require little user training. However analog radios are not as feature-rich as the more state-of-the art digital models, because their underlying technology has been around since the inception of wireless communications. Best Two-Way Radios Digital radios use the latest audio technology to convert voice .

Industry Solutions: CP200d for Golf Courses

Golf courses need a sturdy, dependable radio that’s just as handy for the groundskeepers trimming the greens as it is for the clubhouse staff serving the steaks. For years, the simplest choice for golf course managers was the CP200 portable two-way radio (walkie-talkie) from Motorola Solutions. A workhorse of business communications worldwide, the CP200 offered a basic, easy-to-learn set of controls and industrial-strength construction. As the wave of digital technology washed over the radio industry .

BearCom’s CEO Looks at Wireless Trends in 2013

Analyzing Wireless Trends Again this year, I asked Jerry Denham, BearCom’s President & CEO, for his thoughts about the coming year in wireless communications. And while some of his predictions reflect those he made a year ago, there are several new ones worthy of discussion as 2013 shifts into high gear: 1. Narrowbanding will continue to be an issue, despite the passing of the January 1, 2013 deadline set by the Federal Communications Commission .