new SLR8000 repeater

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new SLR8000 repeater

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New SLR8000 repeater to replace MTR-3000 ... -8000.html

Next-generation MOTOTRBO Repeater

The SLR 8000 Series represents a huge leap forward in design and technology. Based on a wealth of field experience, customer feedback and technological innovation, the product delivers outstanding performance and reliability for your business two-way radio system. From an efficient modular design to flexible installation options, the SLR 8000 Series is truly the next generation in repeaters.

High Reliability

The SLR 8000 Series offers round-the-clock reliable operation, even at its continuous full transmit power of 100W. The high-quality design has been validated through Motorola’s Accelerated Life Testing (ALT) program, and meets stringent quality criteria. The product has a next-generation receiver design, with high sensitivity and improved noise blocking, so you can be confident of clear voice quality, even in the worst conditions.

High Performance

With its 100W transmitter output and high sensitivity receiver input, the SLR 8000 Series delivers radio coverage to an enormous area. The efficient modular design only requires 2U of rack space, and has very low power consumption, yielding very low cost of ownership. The SLR 8000 Series supports the full MOTOTRBO feature set and is compatible with all the MOTOTRBO system architectures. The IP interface allows you to build applications and consoles directly on your system.

Total Flexibility

The SLR 8000 Series can be customized to suit your operation. There are options for an internal preselector amplifier and antenna relay module, offering you a true one-box installation. You can also opt for an internal wireline card if you need tone control capabilities, four-wire audio and additional external inputs
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Re: new SLR8000 repeater

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No internal circulator? No internal duplexer? Yeah OK Motorola, what is your idea of a "one-box" installation?
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Re: new SLR8000 repeater

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At this power level the missing circulator is a big deal. The absence of duplexer I can live with...
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Re: new SLR8000 repeater

Post by Wiregeek »

I count 8 rj-45 ports... built in ethernet switch? modular expansion bus?
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