DC Rentals owns and operates a Motorola 400 MHz trunked radio system providing regional coverage throughout New England.
For organizations where instant, effective and private communications are vital part of everyday operations, a trunked two-way radio system provides the coverage, channel efficiency, security and flexibility needed.
Simply put, trunking permits a large number of users to share a relatively small number of communication paths, or trunks. Commercial telephone communication is a wire line version of trunking. A computer manages this sharing of communication paths automatically.
The central controller, a computerized switch, makes channel selections and other decisions normally made by the radio user. Channel assignment is automatic and completely transparent to the individual users.
Trunking offers many benefits – including faster system access, better channel efficiency, more user privacy and the flexibility to expand.
Because of this flexibility, a trunked system can expand along with your operation to accommodate a growing number of users and restructuring of talk groups.
And it can be continuously upgraded with software. With trunking, large quantities of users will no longer need to share a common RF channel and compete for airtime. In addition, users will not need to monitor a channel in order to make a call on their own.