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OTTO Launches New Thin Blue Line and American Flag Speaker Microphones in Support of Police

The company's new Thin Blue Line and American Flag speaker mics, come in wired and wireless shoulder mic options.

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NoizeBarrier Range SA

Now all officers can transition from a range headset to SWAT grade gear in an instant by plugging in the optional downlead into a mic.

Invisio X5 In-Ear Headset

Invisio in-the-ear headsets are compatible with helmets, eyewear, breathing apparatus and ear muffs.

Pryme Launches New Premium Product Warranty Program to Help Customers Cope with Pandemic Stress

Pryme’s new P3 Warranty Program guarantees protection on all Pryme Premium Products (P3) for a full three years, a major upgrade from the company's previous warranty coverage of one or two years.

Pryme Provides Essential Communications Support During COVID-19

Pryme Radio Products was supporting essential business and critical infrastructure communications long before COVID-19, and says it will continue providing support when it is needed most.

OTTO: Mission Critical Hearing Protection

OTTO's NoizeBarrier Range SA headset provides officers with hearing protection and enhanced situational awareness for training and during critical incidents.

MY TECHNOLOGY CAN...Keep Your Eyes Up and Hands Free

Motorola Solutions' APX Next P25 radio features a touch interface and voice interaction to make communication safer and easier.

Tait Communications to Release TP9500 and TP9600 Portable Radios

Tait Communications is expanding its TP9000 range of tough portable mobile radios with the addition of the TP9500 and TP9600 portables.

Waverly Labs: Breaking Language Barriers

Waverly Labs' Ambassador over-the-ear interpreter lets officers communicate in multiple languages using a smartphone.

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Ritron Inc. Introduces Radio-To-Intercom Bridge for School Safety

The Radio-To-Intercom Bridge from Ritron is a radio receiver designed to add a critical layer of security to a school’s communication system. The receiver connects to an existing wired Public Address Intercom system and allows authorized business band 2-way radios to make announcements over the existing intercom speakers.