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Firebuff880

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Motorola does for the Tier III DMR called Cap Max. But the distribution is done through the CMSS controller not directly from the repeaters and there are a number of licensing issues to consider. All of DMR repeaters are RDAC a MSI protocol.
 

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You could also use a SNMP agent like a DPS Telecom NetGuardian to aggregate discrete alarms from various devices at the site and then use a network admin application like UEM coupled to a SMS text messaging app so you can get messages when something goes awry.
 

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I'm using DPS NetGuardian for some of my sites, just placed an order for a bunch more.

The Kenwood NXR series repeaters (analog, NXDN and DMR) support SNMP
 
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