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Question - Remote Control Devices

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Oct 10, 2005
Merrillville, Indiana
A project I am looking at working on and I wanted to ask you guys. I am looking to see what all is out there for DTMF Remote Control Devices that have Voice Confirmation built into them. Also anyone know of any that have a vhf or uhf tranceiver built into them? Also any that offer ctcss or dcs subaudible signaling. Looking for ideas on remote control dtmf or other signalling format device that controls relays for controlling lighting, motors, sirens, and other electrical items remotely over two way radio. My application would be more on the commercial side than an ametour radio application, feel free to share those commerical application products.


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