mototrbo DP4000 SERIES ACCESSORIES

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From the supervisor in the plant to the receptionist at a hotel, MOTOTRBO digital solutions can transform your enterprise and make employee interactions smarter and safer. Our DP4000 Series radios have expanded capabilities, like full colour displays and powerful data features, to empower people like never before.

That’s why it’s critical to choose the only accessories certified to perform with MOTOTRBO radios. The DP4000 Series accessories help remaster your workplace

– with forward-thinking features like integrated Bluetooth® and Intelligent Audio – so you can achieve greater efficiency.

GET EXCEPTIONAL AUDIO EVERYWHERE

Our exclusive IMPRES Smart Audio accessories communicate with the radio to suppress ambient noise, improve voice intelligibility and amplify loudness – even in high-noise and harsh weather. Automatic Gain Control (AGC) adds another layer of exceptional audio. It detects changes in voice levels from the individual talking, then increases or decreases microphone gain so the listener hears you clearly regardless of how loudly or quietly you are talking into your accessory.

ENHANCE MOBILITY WITH
INTEGRATED BLUETOOTH

Improve the mobility of your crews without wires getting tangled. We’ve embedded Bluetooth in to your DP4000 Series radio so no adaptor is needed. Indoors at the plant or outdoors at the gate, our exclusive Operations Critical Wireless earpieces handle loud environments while an optional wireless push-to-talk (PTT) button seamlessly links to any earpiece. Just put the PTT in a pocket or on a lapel and connect instantly.

TAKE INTELLIGENT AUDIO
FURTHER WITH IMPRES

Our DP4000 Series radios offer a smart feature in digital mode –Intelligent Audio. With Intelligent Audio, the radio volume automatically adjusts to compensate for background noise so workers don’t have to adjust their radio volume to avoid missing a call in loud situations or disturbing others when they move into quiet places. Increased background noise suppression filters out

unwanted external clamour – from road traffic to the roar of engines. Your workforce can also enjoy the benefits of Intelligent Audio with select audio accessories.

Plug in an IMPRES accessory and it instantly sets the volume level and enhances the Intelligent Audio

capabilities on the radio. With IMPRES, your radio not only recognizes the accessory and loads the correct profile to optimize audio performance, but combined with Intelligent Audio it intuitively adjusts volume to compensate for background noise.

EVEN OUR BATTERIES ARE SMARTER

Shift workers rely on batteries that outlast their shifts and our time-tested, “Proven Tough” IMPRES Smart Energy System stands up to the challenge. It automates battery maintenance and eliminates overcharging, no matter how long radios are left in the charger. Our DP4000 Series IMPRES batteries store critical data, letting you know when they need to be replaced. These batteries also feature a unique, textured surface that makes it easier to grip the radio, even when wearing gloves.

Save energy and money by using the same charger to power up all your MOTOTRBO portable radios. Simply mix and match radios and batteries in one MOTOTRBO multi-unit charger.

ONE ANTENNA HANDLES THE BAND

The DP4000 Series radios have a new wideband UHF whip antenna that provides coverage across the entire band (403-527 MHz). Choose stubby antennas when you want an unobtrusive option. These stubby antennas offer even better performance than previous Motorola stubby antennas.

What Is Audio Surveillance

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Audio surveillance is the act of listening to third-party conversations and recording them. This technique is frequently used by law enforcement, private detectives and government spy agencies. Most audio surveillance consists of either bugging a room, wearing a wire (headset), tapping a phone or distance listening. Each provides distinct advantages and disadvantages, depending on the situation.
Wiretapping is one of the most common and simple form of audio surveillance. This is preferred because it is highly inconspicuous and allows for two sides of a conversation to be clearly recorded. Small audio devices, commonly called bugs, are attached to the internal circuitry of a telephone to pick up a conversation. A signal is wirelessly transmitted to another device that records the conversation. The drawback of this method is getting access to a subject’s telephone to properly wiretap it.

A room microphone is another audio surveillance technique that often is utilized. This involves planting a wireless microphone in a room to pick up conversations. Disguised room microphones are available to look like pens, clocks, stuffed animals and a variety of other covert forms. This microphone sends a signal to a receiver, just like a wiretap does, and the signal can be directly recorded. The disadvantage here is access to some rooms and getting only one side of a phone conversation if it takes place in that room.

Concealable transmitters known as body wires are well-known devices that have been featured in many television shows and movies. A small microphone and transmitting device are worn under the clothes of a person in order to send a signal back to a receiver and record a conversation. This allows the person wearing the wire to ask questions and get specific details that simply listening to other people’s conversations could not provide. The disadvantage of this method is getting access to the person needed to be recorded and also concealing the microphone in a way that hides it but allows for clear recording.

Long-distance microphones are another covert means of audio surveillance. A parabolic microphone, often called a shotgun microphone because of its long shape, has a powerful ability to pick up conversations up to 300 feet (91.4 m) away. Its main disadvantage is its high sensitivity. It can pick up other noises and cannot function if obstructions, such as trees and automobiles, are between the microphone and the conversation.