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Motorola Motorsport Digital Portable Radio Repeater SlR1000

Motorola Motorsport Digital Portable Radio Repeater SlR1000

Regular price $5,099.00 NZD +GST
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New Zealand: Nationwide delivery for just $14 NZD. Delivered by NZ Couriers or Post Haste. Delivery Time: 1-7 days (avg. of 1.3). Free Local Pickup is also available from our 15 Michael Road, Paraparaumu 5032 store.

Australia: Standard shipping costs $32.95 AUD. Delivered by Asendia, DHL Express or FedEx. Delivery Time: 7 - 14 days (avg. of 7.8).

United States: Our standard US delivery fee is $36.95 USD. However, please note that if your item's weight, size, or delivery address exceeds our standard requirements, an additional cost may be passed on to you. We will notify you if the shipping cost increases after you have placed your order. If you are unsatisfied with the revised shipping cost, you can cancel your order. Delivered by Asendia or FedEx. Delivery Time: 5 - 9 days (avg. of 5.6).

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With a Motorsport Radio repeater, Keeping your team connected requires uninterrupted radio coverage. Using the Motorola SLR 1000 repeater, you can easily extend the range of your network through dead zones and across remote locations, so everyone’s within reach. Deploy the SLR 1000 indoors or out—it’s IP65-rated for dust and water protection. The compact size gives you more installation options. And a low power, fanless design less weight (under 5Kg) portable uses less space and energy.

Mount repeater arial high and get extended coverage.

Great portable lightweight off-road or motorsport radio repeater.

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Keeping your team connected requires uninterrupted radio coverage. Using the Motorola SLR 1000 repeater, you can easily extend the range of your network through dead zones and across remote locations, so everyone’s within reach. Deploy the SLR 1000 indoors or out—it’s IP65-rated for dust and water protection. The compact size gives you more installation options. And a low power, fanless design less weight (under 5Kg) portable uses less space and energy.

For the best off-road and motorsport radio coverage, mount the repeater aerial high and get extended coverage.

Repeaters help with the problem of line of sight in conventional communications. If two radios want to communicate with a hilltop in the way, or buildings, garages, etc., then there is no line of sight. One way to overcome this is by placing a repeater (or base station) at the top of the hill or tall building. One radio communicates up to the repeater, this is called the uplink, and then the repeater repeats that transmission down to the radio on the other side of the hill, this is called the downlink.

However, repeaters are used even when there are no hills in the way as they are excellent for extending range. A repeater is an extremely powerful radio. Portable radios work in five watts, mobile radios work in 25 watts or more, and repeaters are even more powerful radios in the 50 to 100 watt range.

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Repeaters are generally in fixed positions at particular geographical locations but can be portable such as the Motorola digital motorsport repeater SLX100. This can sometimes be in their own special hut or in some type of enclosure. They have a cable connection to antenna systems, which are either mounted on steel towers or simply fixed to the top of the building.

Mobile radios and portables can take advantage of the greater power available in the larger size of the antennas. A collection of repeaters connected together provides mobile and portable radio users coverage over an extremely wide area, thus extending the range of communications.

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