Motorola Inc.’s Land Mobile Products Sector introduced the MCS 2000 line of mobile radios. The radios are built on a flexible platform that the company said is software configurable and can be upgraded through Motorola’s FLASHport capability. When communications requirements change, with FLASHport a software upgrade can add enhancements and help minimize obsolescence. (708) 576-1000.

Global Wireless Communications Product Inc., based in Marco Island, Fla., said it has introduced MicroTalk, a small handheld, two-way radio that is about equal in size to a king-size cigarette box. MicroTalk is a 5 watt, 10 channel synthesized radio featuring user selectable scan to lock out or avoid busy channels. All function keys are located on the front panel. The radio is available on VHF 148-174 MHz and UHF 450-470 MHz frequencies, according to Global Wireless Communications. (800) 220-5174.

Hark Systems Inc., Summerville, S.C., announced a new feature for its TAP-200 alphanumeric concentrator limiting the number of pages delivered into the paging system on a per-call basis. The feature prevents unauthorized group calls from gaining access to the paging terminal. The company said all new units will incorporate the new feature and all existing units may obtain an upgrade. (803) 875-4480.

Magnavox Electronic Systems Co. announced its MX 6060 MAGNAPhone transportable satellite communications terminal now can support high-speed data up to 64 kilobits per second, making it compatible with the International Mobile Satellite Organization-B HSD service. The new product will enable direct, high quality data connections into international ISDN networks, said Magnavox spokesman Mario Cid Fernandez. MX 6060 HSD supports the transmission of digital imagery, large data files, auto feeds, compressed video and multiplexed voice calls, added Fernandez. (310) 618-1200.

The Monogram LTR-compatible portable radio from Ericsson Radio Systems, Lynchburg, Va., recently was introduced. The radio is housed in a die-cast aluminum cabinet for durability and offers selection of up to 10 systems, with up to 10 groups per system, said the company. The radio also is operational in both conventional and trunked modes, both with the Talk Around feature. (804) 948-6847.

MLJ Inc. of Falls Church, Va., announced its new scanning personal communications services receiver, PathSearch, will soon be available. The product, designed for verifying radiofrequency coverage from candidate PCS sites, can also be used to measure microwave interference in the PCS band. PathSearch includes a high-sensitivity digital receiver, control software and laptop computer. The device interfaces with Trimble Navigation Ltd.’s Placer global positioning system receiver and dead-reckoning device for accurate positioning, MLJ said. PathSearch will be available for delivery in September. (703) 741-3500.

Command line paging and event monitoring are features of SPATCH from the Hyde Company Inc., an alphanumeric paging software program for UNIX. The company said the product is a multi-user application for sending alphanumeric messages from the desk, without requiring anyone to go to a central location to send a message. With command line paging, users can have messages identifying computer generated errors and alarms sent directly to their pager, the company said. (404) 495-0718.


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