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Virtually every industry which needs to communicate with its personnel cost effectively and instantly by voice or data has a requirement for a Kenwood analogue or NEXEDGE® digital two way radio solution, whether in simple peer to peer voice communications or a voice and data enabled trunked network.
We have attempted to provide a snapshot of some of the most common industry applications, but there are hundreds of others which have yet to be reported from taxi and delivery services to mining, aerospace and forestry.
If you are an existing user of Kenwood licensed analogue radios or NEXEDGE® digital Headsets located anywhere in Europe, Middle East or Africa, we would very much like to hear from you to learn how you have put your Kenwood radios to work for your business.
Please click here to send us an outline of your application story and we will contact you for more details. If we publish your experiences either as one of our Market Sector examples or as a News Story or Case Study, we will present you with two NEXEDGE® digital hand portable walkie talkies of your choice, free of charge, to add to your system. Just for your reassurance if you are currently operating licensed analogue radios, NEXEDGE® digital hand-portable walkie talkies feature Analogue/Digital Mixed Mode which (unlike some other brands) allows them to communicate automatically with existing analogue radios whatever the make; providing a straightforward and economical way to use your existing radios while you upgrade to the benefits of digital.
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