Motorola is an industry leader in simulcast system solutions with more mission critical systems fully operational in the field than any other LMR systems provider. The G-series site equipment is designed with simulcast system design and functionality in mind. GTR 8000 Base Radios feature a linear modulation (LSM) that provides industry-leading P25 coverage in VHF, UHF, 700/800 MHz and 900 MHz. LSM enables simulcast systems to be deployed with greater site spacing without sacrificing coverage or capability, resulting in fewer sites to build and maintain. It also allows current systems to deploy IP-based simulcast without the need to add fill-in sites.
SERVICING MADE EASY
G-series site equipment has many features built in to support ease of service. Six basic modules create the entire G-series platform resulting in reduced spare parts inventory. Modules have front access to improve serviceability with hot-swap support to ensure channels are back on the air in minimum possible time. Standard Battery Revert and Charging capability is built into every G-series power supply. Integrating these capability eliminates the need for a large uninterrupted power supply and saves valuable site space. A built-in GPS with frequency reference distribution is optionally available on the GTR 8000 Expandable Site Subsystem, which can significantly reduce or eliminate site visits. Software upgrades are more stable and performed with less downtime in the GTR 8000 base radio. One version of software can run actively while another version is downloading. Using a remote IP connection, the user can decide when to switch between the two versions of software allowing the system manager to prepare for software downloads.
OPTIMIZED NETWORK SECURITY
Information Assurance capabilities are standard with G-series equipment and can be configured or disabled depending on your specific system maintenance and security requirements. G-series products provide the necessary boundary defense capabilities required in mission critical infrastructure today including local user accounts and password controls, user privilege model support (two levels), local and remote access services controls, secure shell services support, SNMPv3, central authentication, general operating system and network services hardening, and device test services controls.