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SLR1000 announced

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SLR1000 announced

Postby RFguy » Fri Mar 31, 2017 4:10 pm

I saw the new SLR 1000 repeater at IWCE this week. It's basically a 10-watt SLR 5700 on a access point type outdoor enclosure. It does everything that the SLR5700 does. It can do conventional analog, digital, Cap +. Linked Cap+, Cap Max. It has an option for a built in duplexer. 12-volt powered. Can be installed outdoors.

Sounds handy for on-site and portable repeater applications.

Not sure on the actual release date.

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Re: SLR1000 announced

Postby RFguy » Thu Aug 03, 2017 8:08 pm

I hear there will be some new MOTOTRBO hardware announced on August 15th. I wonder if the SLR1000 will be part of that announcement.

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Re: SLR1000 announced

Postby fulc » Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:21 am

More information ... -repeater/ ... -mototrbo/

Seems like Moto's answer to that Hytera wall-mount DMR repeater.

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Re: SLR1000 announced

Postby Bill_G » Sat Aug 12, 2017 7:11 pm

The SLR1K is not quite the smoke detector sized POE repeater I envisioned, but it's a step closer. It's the puddle radio needed to fill in those spaces with no coverage like the depths of underground parking, or a maintenance tunnel. If they make one that is intrinsically safe, there are a number of applications for it.

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