Choosing the Right Type of Wireless Communication

Two of the Best Wireless Networks for Large Businesses

As a business owner you know when communications need improvement, but you may not know what the right type of wireless communication is for your team. Larger businesses have more people and locations to coordinate, so choosing a wireless network is even more complex.

Every business needs access to prompt, effective, and efficient communication. A good place to start is with a two way radio. Wireless Inc. is proud to offer Motorola two way radios designed to promote effective voice and data communications for businesses. Our customers—with goals like efficiency and safety—rely on two way radios to get the job done.

So, you need two way radios, but what’s next?

Large businesses need wireless networks, so every user is connected to instant communication. But there are different types of wireless networks. Two of the most effective, designed for larger businesses, are the MOTOTRBO™ Capacity Plus and MOTOTRBO Capacity Max systems. Knowing the differences between the two systems can help you make the right choice for your business needs.

MOTOTRBO Capacity Plus

Capacity Plus is a trunking solution for businesses that work at a single site, like a shipping port, hotel or shopping mall. Easily connecting users on a wireless network and supporting features like static-reducing technology for clear communication and GPS tracking for efficiency. The system combines voice and data communications solutions, including work order ticketing for well-organized maintenance. Capacity Plus offers:

  • 1,200 radio users per site, without needing new frequencies from the FCC
  • 12 digital voice paths and 24 dedicated data paths
  • 2 times the capacity of a conventional digital system and 5 times the capacity of a conventional analog system
  • Compatibility with MOTOTRBO two way portable radios and mobile radios, including lightweight and rugged options
  • Integration with existing MOTOTRBO systems, including analog systems, for easy migration

MOTOTRBO Capacity Max

Capacity Max offers communication capabilities for up to 250 sites, accommodating as many as 3,000 users per site. With a centralized control system, it’s efficient to manage large operations, like big construction projects or multi-location resorts. Capacity Max is secure. It features multiple layers of redundancy ensuring a single failure won’t cut down your entire wireless network. This high performing communications solution offers:

  • Support for up to 15 repeaters, and 6 additional data repeaters, per site
  • Outstanding security features, including call monitoring tools, encrypted data and the ability to remotely deactivate or re-enable a radio
  • Built in tools for better visibility of system operations
  • Compatibility with MOTOTRBO two way radios and mobile radios, including lightweight and rugged options

Which One is Best for Your Business?

The perfect type of wireless communication for your business depends on where you are today, and where you plan to be in the future. While both systems are scalable, Capacity Max offers wider access and more room for growth than Capacity Plus. Wireless Inc. has experts who can analyze your wireless communications needs and suggest the best customized solution.

Why Motorola Two Way Radios?

For more than 80 years, Motorola has remained a leader in communications technology. And they keep creating new technology. Both Capacity Plus and Capacity Max offer organizations and businesses extreme versatility and customizability.

Why Wireless?

Wireless Inc. guides you through selecting a system and then installs your equipment and provides repair and maintenance as needed. As the premier Motorola Solutions Channel Partner in the Mid-Atlantic, we provide solutions you can depend on. With over 20 years of experience in the industry— our factory certified technicians and installers know how to deliver dependable communications solutions. Wireless Inc. is committed to keeping you connected with seven convenient locations for service including Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Contact us today for a free wireless analysis, and get started on improving business communications.

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