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Multi-Wideband VHF, UHF, GPS 2-Way Radio Antenna Enables Seamless First Responder Communications

February 27, 2014

Galtronics expands 2-way radio antenna portfolio with multi-wideband and tri-band antenna capability

BARCELONA, Spain -- Galtronics Corporation Ltd., a Baylin Technologies company, unveiled (#MWC14) the company's next generation of advanced design, 2-way radio antennas that offer VHF, UHF and GPS functionality in either multi-wideband or tri-band models. These antennas are based upon Galtronics internally developed and owned, patent-pending proprietary technology. For more than 35 years, Galtronics has been expertly designing and manufacturing 2-way radio antennas for leading manufacturers including Motorola, Aselsan, EF Johnson, Hytera, Kenwood, and Tait.

"Galtronics' engineers have successfully developed the most advanced multi-band and wideband LMR antenna on the market," said Ephraim Ulmer, CEO and President of Galtronics. "This unique antenna will enable LMR original equipment manufacturers to deploy new radio platforms operating on multiple frequencies, allowing seamless communications between public safety and emergency first responders."

Technical specifications:

• Tri-Band Antenna 136-174, 380-520, 760-870 MHz - GT #62333 – View Datasheet at http://bit.ly/1gU88Jh

• Tri-band Antenna 136-174, 762-870 MHz/GPS - GT #5454 – View Datasheet at http://bit.ly/1nGuzDV

• Wideband Antenna 380-520, 760-870/GPS - GT #62331 – View Datasheet at http://bit.ly/1bEE4DU

• View catalog for complete line of Galtronics 2-Way Radio antennas at http://bit.ly/1hy47KX

For U.S. and international orders, visit http://www.antennas.galtronics.com/acontact%20us. If interested in distributing Galtronics solutions, call +1-866-206-9482 or send email to: orders@galtronics.com.


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