Your job is tough and you count on your radio as a lifeline to keep yourself and others as safe as possible. That's why we make safe simple for you with KENWOOD Viking® by giving you the highest performing P25 radios, while making them easy to use and easy to maintain. 

Viking radios are used throughout the world by police, fire, paramedics, military and homeland security personnel. Download the Viking Product Overview today!

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Improving Resiliency and Redundancy with Modern IP-Distributed Architecture

There was a time, before IP networks and cloud computing, when land mobile radio (LMR) systems were complicated. They were deployed with special-use proprietary hardware and software. Their circuit-switched networks operated in a framework where functions were hierarchical.

Learn how the ATLAS® P25 System with Latitude™ technology offers increased flexibility with auto-discovery & self-healing sites, distributed call center, and simulcast control.
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By: Andrew Seybold

Modern radio fleet management solutions demand an approach which can accommodate programming and maintaining multiple fleets of radios.

Learn how you can easily and efficiently manage your radio fleet with Armada®. Download your free copy of The Beginning of a New Generation of Radio Fleet Management now!  

One issue that has long plagued public safety communications is network failures at any time, but especially during major incidents. Public safety networks need to be resilient and provide several levels of redundancy. The most efficient way is to build redundancy into certain portions of the network.

Learn how to mitigate core failures and achieve a fully redundant P25 communications system with no single point of failure. 
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