Some of the different radio systems available to public safety agencies on November 30, 2013. At left is the Motorola APX 6000. Motorola, although more expensive than other brands, won the contract for updating the systems of both Contra Costa and Alameda counties in California.
Some of the different radio systems available to public safety agencies on November 30, 2013. At left is the Motorola APX 6000. Motorola, although more expensive than other brands, won the contract for updating the systems of both Contra Costa and Alameda counties in California. MCT
Some of the different radio systems available to public safety agencies on November 30, 2013. At left is the Motorola APX 6000. Motorola, although more expensive than other brands, won the contract for updating the systems of both Contra Costa and Alameda counties in California. MCT

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