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Airbus?

mmckenna

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Has anybody heard or know anything about Airbus radio system or company?

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Theodore
Airbus currently sells some TETRA gear. They do aircraft radio systems. They had a branch that did dispatch/911 systems, but that was acquired by Motorola a while back.
 

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Thanks wondered why I was dealing with a weird airbus Motorola system and 2018 was when this started.

Thanks so much!
 

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Cassidian -> Airbus DS Communications -> sold to Motorola -> killed off radio part, kept 911 and notification.
Airbus built and sold less than 10 P25 Trunked radio systems
 

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Yes apparently they sold in a mix bag of tricks. i thought they where dealing with military Radio systems maybe I mis understood.
 
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