For more than 20 years, Discount Two-Way Radio (DTWR) has been the authority of two-way radio communications systems and experts at solving radio problems for more than 60,000 customers. As the nation’s only authorized distributor of RCA two-way radios, every aspect of our business is designed to make our customer’s journey easier, and the experience painless. Nothing is left to chance, and each one of our two-way radio specialists plays a specific role in making the entire customer experience a positive one. Since its inception, DTWR has focused on building the most thorough infrastructure and back-end systems in the two-way radio industry in order to provide the best end-to-end customer experience in the entire industry.
Discount Two-Way Radio today announced the renewal of its partnership with the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Olympic Team (USABS) for 4 more years. This new agreement extends the partnership that started in 2016 through to the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Discount Two-Way Radio will continue to serve as an official sponsor and the Official Radio Supplier to the USABS.
RCA Communications Systems is proud to announce that it has appointed Allcan Distributors from Alberta, Canada as a new distributor for RCA DMR two-way radios. This new partnership expands RCA products and services to the region.
RCA is disrupting the two-way radio industry today by introducing a new line of digital radios through its North American distributor, Discount Two-Way Radio, based in Los Angeles and serving all 50 states.
Discount Two-Way Radio today announced a four-year partnership with the USA Bobsled and Skeleton (USABS), and will support the USABS teams through the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Effective immediately, Discount Two-Way Radio will serve as an official sponsor and the Official Radio Supplier to the USABS.
Original source of article: Miami Herald Markets
The FCC is serious about the 2013 FCC narrowband mandate. In an article by Urgent Communications, the deputy chief of the FCC’s public safety and homeland security bureau says, “Let me reiterate what the commission has said all along: We are not moving the narrowbanding deadline. It is, and will be, Jan. 1, 2013.” Once January rolls around the FCC plans to aggressively enforce the narrowband mandate.
Most likely, your current radios are completely compliant with the narrowband requirements and replacing them with new radios will not be necessary. They just need to be re-programmed.