Harris new radio

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LYNCHBURG, Va., Aug. 7, 2018*—*Harris*Corporation (NYSE: HRS) has introduced North America to its new dual-mode TP3000 series of radios, powered by*Tait, that enhance safety and security and offer an affordable migration path from analog to digital.

The TP3300 and TP3350 model radios extend Harris’ proven DMR family of systems and solutions. The reliable and feature-rich radios are IP67 dust-proof and water-proof, and provide clear audio, voice annunciation and ARC4 encryption. The advanced TP3350 also comes standard with features built to enhance operator safety, including GPS, man down and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.



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I wish Neveda luck after the failed system in PA

The Nevada transportation board chaired by Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday approved an agreement with Harris Communications to build the long-awaited statewide shared radio system.

The 800 mega-Herz radio system is designed to allow law enforcement, public safety workers, utility workers and others to communicate with not only their own agency but all other agencies.

"In Southern Nevada, if we have a trooper standing next to a metro officer, will they be able to talk to each other?" asked Sandoval.

https://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/government/nevada-public-safety-radio-system-gets-ok/#
I hope Nevada has better luck with thir system compared to Pa.

https://www.paauditor.gov/press-rel...le-launches-review-of-statewide-radio-network
 
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The Nevada transportation board chaired by Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday approved an agreement with Harris Communications to build the long-awaited statewide shared radio system.

The 800 mega-Herz radio system is designed to allow law enforcement, public safety workers, utility workers and others to communicate with not only their own agency but all other agencies.

"In Southern Nevada, if we have a trooper standing next to a metro officer, will they be able to talk to each other?" asked Sandoval.

https://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/government/nevada-public-safety-radio-system-gets-ok/#
I hope Nevada has better luck with thir system compared to Pa.

https://www.paauditor.gov/press-rel...le-launches-review-of-statewide-radio-network
Completely different system than the PA OpenSky system so really not relevant here.
 
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Well we all know how Metro did with Harris radios. 2 years and they where replaced. I hope someone told the Gov that if a State Trooper and Metro are next to each other thats because they can talk to each other on their radios. In Las Vegas almost everyone is on Snacc. While metro has their own system.
 
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