The commitment to continuous improvement is the basis of our quality policy and Savox follows strict processes and guidelines to ensure quality standards are met throughout the organization. It is evident that the hard work is paying off as Savox Communications has been awarded with both the ISO 9001:2015 certificate and the new AQAP 2110 Ed D certificate.
Windows upgrades have resulted into older video capture hardware/software issues for EntryLink as the system will not work with Windows 8/10. There is a solution to resolve the issues so that the use of EntryLink can continue even after upgrading.
Reliable radio communication during fire operations is vital to ensuring the safety of rescue personnel and enables the work of firefighting to be more effective; therefore helping to save lives and property.
Needing help to decide what kind of radio accessories to purchase? Follow these three easy steps:
1. Choose radio accessories that address the needs of your working environment. Radio accessories are generally divided into a few categories such as push-to-talk (PTT) and radio headset combinations, earpieces and headsets that are connected directly to a radio, remote speaker microphones (RSMs), special headsets and voice amplifiers.
Download the Savox Radio Accessories Buying Guide and to get detailed information on choosing the best radio accessory for your situation.
Icom Connectivity for XG C-C1 Dual RSM/PTT
XG C-C1 connectivity to Icom multipin iDAS F series radios - F3261D, F4261D, F3306D, F4306D.
For mission critical personnel in fire and rescue industries, you can depend on Savox XG C-C1 to provide you with high-quality audio, great noise reduction and programmable radio features, coupled with a range of headsets to suit your job.
Two-way radios (Land Mobile Radio (LMR)) have been the mainstay of mobile team communications for many years. And for good reason: They’re robust, fault tolerant during emergencies, and most importantly, reliably enable one person at a time to speak to one or more listeners simultaneously.
With the rapid development of LTE (Long-Term Evolution) high-speed wireless communications for mobile devices, we now have new options for mobile teams that take advantage of commercial networks. Similar to PTT, Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) utilizes these commercial LTE wireless networks for communications.