Technisonic improves capability of TDFM-9000

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Technisonic Industries Ltd has announced the development and fielding of it’s all new multi-purpose communication port (MCP) on the TDFM-9000 series radios.  Developed in response to customer requests, and now implemented in the TDFM-9100 multi-band radio, Technisonic has significantly improved this radio by expanding the platform’s capability to fully support an additional two external communications devices beyond the radio's internal multi-band FM modules.

“For some time, we have had customers requesting the support of both legacy and non-P25 technologies to be implemented into our TDFM platforms. Moto-turbo, Harris, PRC and Satellite communications to name a few. The development of the new MCP technology has now vastly expanded the capability of Technisonic’s products, while maintaining the critical mission focus we have become known for,” commented James Huddock, Business Development Manager for Technisonic.

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