The main difference between digital radios and analog radios is in the way signals are transmitted and received.
Rather than use electrical signals that resemble sound waves (like analog radios) in order to deliver audio, digital radios transmit and receive signals by processing sounds into patterns of numbers.
view | Overview
- DLR Series
The ability to communicate and solve problems in real time is the cornerstone of good business operations. With the Motorola DLR digital radio, your team can quickly and easily communicate to improve operational efficiencies, solve problems rapidly, address unexpected situations and improve customer satisfaction. This lightweight radio, with its sleek styling, is a simple yet powerful collaboration tool. Its unique features will take your organization to a new level of performance and operational excellence.
- DTR Series
Digital on-site communication has never been easier. Motorola’s DTR Series of two-way radios offers remarkable digital communications, wide area coverage, and crisp audio performance. Whether you’re a property manager or principal, plant supervisor or event planner, you can rely on DTR radios to boost productivity, cut downtime and strengthen service. Motorola’s DTR Series is the perfect partner for your small business communications.
view | Flexible Unique Call Options
Motorola's DLR and DTR Series radios feature unique call options that accommodate the unique needs of different business operations.
- Private Reply
Allows users to instantly communicate one to one privately after a group transmission is over.
- Call All Available or Page All Available
Flexible group communications that can reach all users available.
- Direct Call
Allows the user to easily reach a specific individual, enabling instant communication.
- Instant Mute
Lets you immediately lower your radio volume to the minimum level by pressing the radio's top button.
view | Talk Permit Tone
Promotes orderly communication through the use of a prompt tone that alerts team members when a channel is available and they can speak.
view | License-Free Technology
Operating in the digital 900 MHz ISM license-free band, DLR radios leverage on the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), which makes communications more private and reliable when compared to analog radios.
view | Extended Talk Range
With digital technology, you can communicate clearly up to the edge of coverage without the static often found on analog radios.
- Extended Range Coverage
DLR Series - Up to 300,000 sq. ft. OR 20 floors*
DTR410 - Up to 300,000 sq. ft. of 25 floors*
DTR550 - Up to 350,000 sq. ft. of 30 floors*
*Coverage depends on terrain and environmental conditions.
view | Unique Group Privacy & Interference-Free Options
The digital DLR and DTR radios protocol leverages Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology, which makes communication more reliable and private when compared to standard analog radios.
- Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS)
This technology enables the radio to continually change frequencies, making it virtually impossible for others to listen to your private conversations.
- Radio Profile ID Number
This differentiates your radio system, setting it apart from other business radios and thus providing private and interference free communications. Choose from 10,000 available codes to assure interference-free communications and privacy from other neighboring radios.
- Computer Programming Software (CPS)
Use our CPS to configure a Private Group and achieve the highest level of privacy.
view | CPS Programming Software
Customer Programming Software (CPS) allows you to program or change features in your radio.
- Private Hang Time
This refers to the period of time the radio is inactive after engaging in a private conversation. With CPS, you are able to determine how long that time is.
- Group Hang Time
This refers to the period of time the radio is inactive after engaging in a group conversation. With CPS, you are able to determine how long that time is.
- Radio Name, Buttons, & Channels
Customize the name of each radio; define the functionality of each button; name each channel.
- Personalize Channel Voice Prompts
CPS allows the user to determine which voice prompts to use and when to use them.
- Download the Software
Visit our Radio Programming page to download the software.
view | Longer Battery Life
view | Reliable & Durable
DLR and DTR radios meet test methods from Military Standards 810 C, D, E, F and G, including shock, vibration, extreme temperatures and dust. Tough, polycarbonate housing contains built-in antimicrobial properties that inhibit the growth of bacteria and mold on the radio surfaces.