Motorola launches 16-channel radio

October 2002 IT infrastructure

Motorola has launched a 16-channel P040 portable two-way radio to replace its existing 4-channel model. The enhanced radio offers all the features of the existing model, enhanced audio quality, programmable buttons and more channels at the same price.

"The new P040 offers Motorola's unique X-Pand audio compression technology, providing crisp, clear communication in noisy environments and its ergonomic design ensures ease of use," says Suzaan Sauerman, marketing manager for Motorola Commercial Government and Industrial Solutions Sector (CGISS), Middle East and Africa.

Designed to withstand Motorola's exacting Accelerated Life Testing, which typifies five years' hard use in the field, the radios are able to withstand harsh work environments such as construction sites and airports. Further, LED displays indicate which features are active and scanning allows activity on different communication channels to be monitored and answered, ensuring that critical calls are received.

For more information contact Motorola CGISS, 011 800 7800.





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