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Digital mobile radio (DMR) is an open digital radio standard for professional mobile radio (PMR) users specified in the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Standard TS 102 361 parts 1-4[1] and used in products sold in all regions of the world. The DMR standard operates within the existing 12.5 kHz channel spacing used in land mobile frequency bands globally. The primary goal of DMR is to specify a simple digital system with low cost and interoperability across brands.

There are many benefits of changing from Analog to Digital. Digital radios operate in digital mode, they are using a mathematic system represented by binary numbers 1 or 0 to transmit the voice, which becomes digital. The transmitted voice is much clearer. Furthermore, digital radios can recognise the background noise and not transmit it. It is more efficient to use digital radios in broader areas and if users stay within limits of the coverage, the voice will stay the same and clear.

GRID Communications recommends KIRISUN, a leading industry brand. Kirisun offers exacting standards of innovation, quality and excellence to its professional radio communications equipment, including portable two-way radio, mobile radio and repeater. Its products portfolio brings winning combination of quality and value. Kirisun is converting itself towards digital future to satisfy the market expectations.