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Beyond the Edge with Pryme Peripherals

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When it comes to First Responders, the last thing you want to do is have your hands tied up with phones. Keeping your hands free to protect and defend is essential. However communication to keep coordination is also essential. The use of Land Mobile Radio [LMR] systems with Push to Talk [PTT] solutions is how first responders communicate. Today each organization uses disparate systems and a variety of devices. Pryme specializes in making Push To Talk peripherals designed to work with most LMR devices. Building for First Responders has special requirements such as rugged, water – proofing, and other agency specific solutions.

Talking with David George (Pryme’s President and Chief Engineer), we discussed his history as a radio engineer and the need for Push to Talk [PTT] solutions over cellular.

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Edited by Ken Briodagh

Partner, Crossfire Media

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