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Officer Connectivity On Display at APCO

August 27, 2013
On-body video systems, broadband LTE networks and hardware, P25 Phase 2 radios and even biometric monitoring systems are entering the market at a rapid clip to help law enforcement officers gather intelligence and quickly process that information in a command center.

Interoperable Antenna System

September 1, 2004
STI-CO’s interoperable antenna system can be used on mobile command centers during critical incidents to allow first responders from various agencies to communicate on a common system. The antenna can connect VHF, UHF, and 800MHz transmission devices at the same time.

LightBar Antenna

December 1, 2002
The new STI-CO VHF, UHF, and cellular antennas can be mounted on a lightbar without drilling additional holes in the car, saving installation costs and preserving resale value.
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