The Motorola DR3000 repeater is a premium, best-in-class radio repeater, useful for almost any production in which large areas have to be covered by analogue or digital radio. To avoid misunderstandings: The DR3000 is a part of the Motorola DMR series "Mototrbo" (standing for "Motorola Turbo"). Its proper name, therefore, is actually "Mototrbo DR3000"... but this repeater is 100% Motorola.
The Motorola DR3000's hybrid function allows it to play well with digital two-way radios (e.g. the Motorola SL4000), as well as with our other Motorola two-way radios, transmitting its signal even over long distances.
Every system comes with the "Linked Capacity Plus" option enabled, putting 100% of the Motorola DR3000's might at your command. It's quick and easy to set up a repeater cell, cascading multiple repeaters at one location. And that's just one of the many possibilities, given the right programming.
Modification and bug fixes:1. Fixed the bug that some devices cannot access Internet in some situations.2. Fixed the bug that some main router may restart when the repeater connects to it.3. Fixed the bug of having difficulty in connecting to hidden SSID.4. Fixed the security issue of logging in to the web UI causes a reset of the device.5. Optimized total performance.
A radio repeater simultaneously receives a radio signal and re-transmits it at a higher power so it can cover greater distances. This enables communication between radio users where obstructions or distance are a problem.
Repeater stations usually have their antennas mounted high up on top of a tall building or hill which ideally is central to your area that you are looking to cover, so their range is much greater. The boosted signal from a repeater can also improve the clarity of the transmission.
Radio repeater systems are widely used by commercial businesses that operate over large or built-up areas, emergency services, public transport and amateur radio enthusiasts. They are also used on large sites such as a warehouse or hotel as this type of building can be difficult to cover due to its structure.
DCS 2 Way Radio offers a maintenance service for customers who have repeaters within their radio system either on a business hours or 24/7 basis. An engineer will visit your site and replace the faulty repeater with a loan unit to ensure your system is back up and running as quickly as possible. This is invaluable, as without the repeater the radio system is ineffective and down-time with any form of communication costs businesses money. 2b1af7f3a8