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Interoperable mobile push-to-talk and mobile radio systems.

JPS Communications : 28 February, 2008  (New Product)
Technology integration efforts have brought the benefits of cellular users being able to communicate directly with land mobile radio users without compromising quality.
Raytheon Company's JPS Communications has collaborated with Aurora based Clarity Communication Systems to integrate cellular push-to-talk and land mobile radio interoperability product offerings.

Using this new technology, digital push-to-talk cellular users will now be able to instantaneously communicate with land mobile radio users without compromising voice quality and network efficiency. This capability will be marketed to cellular service providers and public safety, enterprise, utility, education and healthcare markets.

'Previously, we were able to integrate cellular phones with radios using voice activated switching once a call was established. Now, the cellular user gains direct control of the push-to-talk line on the radio for an immediate connection,' said Keith McDonald, vice president of Sales and Marketing for Raytheon JPS Communications.

JPS Communications' radio interoperability products allow disparate communications devices to communicate. Using push-to-talk, connections can be made immediately with no dialing, ringing or waiting for a phone to be answered.

'By combining these technologies, digital push-to-talk cellular users can now simply press the push-to-talk button on their cell phone keypad to directly connect, or disconnect, to a land mobile radio,' said Jim Fuentes, general manager for Clarity's Mobile Solutions.
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