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RA-2T BI-DIRECTIONAL REPEATER ADAPTOR FOR MOTOROLA RADIOS
INTERCONNECT two MOTOTRBO mobiles
for interoperability across different RF bands
Fully assembled, plug & play unit
No radio modifications
Plugs into rear accessory connectors of two radios
Great sounding audio
Repeat levels fully adjustable in both directions
Radios operate normally with RA-2T switched off
May be left connected when not in use
Compact unit measures 1.6 x 3.2 x .80". 18" radio cables (Custom cable lengths are available by special order at reasonable cost with fast turnaround - please inquire).
Mounts securely with 3M Dual Lock fasteners, included.
Available Options(please inquire):
Ignition Sense leads installed on one or both radio connectors = $1.00 per radio
External Speaker leads installed on one or both radio connectors = $2.00 per radio
Introducing the RA-2TBi-directional Repeater Adaptor.
This handy device cross-connects (2) MOTOTRBO mobile radios back to back.
It may be easily user-configured for either of two modes:
Mode 1: Bi-directional = Signals received on Radio A are retransmitted by Radio B and vice versa (program pin 21 for RX channel activity detect on both radios). This mode is useful for linking two groups of users on different frequency bands (i.e.: VHF to UHF).
Mode 2: Uni-directional = Signals received on Radio A are repeated by Radio B and not vice versa (program pin 21 for RX channel activity detect on one radio only).
RA-2T is intended primarily for cross-band linking. It deploys very easily when connected to two radios operating in different frequency bands (i.e.: VHF & UHF) to link two groups of MOTOTRBO users.
In such (cross-band) deployments, antenna system changes (physical separation, cavity filters, etc) are typically not required.
If desired, RA-2T can be used in-band if consideration is given to the antenna system (adequate RF isolation between the two connected radios must be maintained to avoid receiver desensitization).