Motorola says its pricey radios (yellow) remain the “preference” of first responders, despite efforts to bring more competition to the public-safety radio market.
Motorola says its pricey radios (yellow) remain the “preference” of first responders, despite efforts to bring more competition to the public-safety radio market. Nader Khouri MCT
Motorola says its pricey radios (yellow) remain the “preference” of first responders, despite efforts to bring more competition to the public-safety radio market. Nader Khouri MCT

Congresswoman: FBI radio procurement still biased to Motorola

July 31, 2015 04:56 PM

UPDATED August 03, 2015 06:19 AM

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