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Police Wireless Communications

 - The PoliceOne Police Wireless Communications product category is a collection of information, product listings and resources for researching mobile communication devices. It covers a broad spectrum of content from wireless data programs and mobile radios to dispatch and GIS/mapping software.

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Police Wireless Communications Purchasing Questions

  • Motorola ATRIX 4G phones

    I have a Motorola ATRIX 4G phone and new sometype of app that will allow me to record all phones calls and save the calls to a file on my phone. I have ...

  • Dual Function Handsfree Device?

    My department is going to implement hands-free driving requirement (no phone use unless handsfree - and, its only for phones, not radio) so I need to get ...

  • Mobile Data Radio Networks

    Are there any studies that compare the development and ongoing maintenance costs of a propriety mobile data radio network to the costs of using a commercial ...

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