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RCA Communications Systems Introduces its State of the Art, PRODIGI Digital Line of Professional Two-Way Radio Products

Crystal clear communications and long battery life help businesses improve productivity

LOS ANGELES, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Businesses can now communicate more effectively with the new PRODIGI line of digital two-way radios, from RCA Communications Systems.

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RCA currently offers two handheld PRODIGI (TM) models to choose from. The RDR3500 gives you the audio clarity of digital with basic push-to-talk functionality. While the RDR3600 model incorporates a display screen and full DTMF keypad, and is packed with industry leading features and expandable functionality.

"The RCA PRODIGI™ Series of radios is exceptionally versatile and affordable," said Ben Burns, president of Los-Angeles based Discount Two-Way Radio Corp, the exclusive North American distributor. "Businesses love the performance and the money they save."

The new radio system is completely compatible with any other DMR Digital radio on the market and operates in both digital and analog modes, which means that companies can use the RCA Digital radios with any existing analog equipment and add or upgrade to new RCA Digital radios at their own pace.

The PRODIGI™ Series of handheld radios deliver crystal clear audio quality and better coverage than regular analog radios. The RDR3500 and RDR3600 radios completely eliminate background noise and static from voice transmissions. In addition the PRODIGI™ Radios are up to 40% more energy efficient compared to analog two-way radios so employees will never need to recharge batteries in mid-shift.

The RDR3500/RDR3600 radios are completely protected from dust and water. They are Submersible and Weatherproof, meeting IP67 certification standards.  

"With their versatility and competitive price the RCA PRODIGI digital handheld radios are the intelligent choice for a wide range of industries such as warehousing and logistics, manufacturing, construction, security, hotels, schools, colleges and universities," Ben said.

Key Features:

  • Enhanced Audio with X-Sound+ HD TM giving improved voice clarity and delivering a crystal clear message over a longer distance
  • 40% longer battery life than regular analog radios
  • Advanced Emergency Features: Lone Worker Alert, Radio Check, Remote Radio Monitoring, Privacy Voice Encryption and Emergency Alert
  • Text message
  • Private and group calling
  • IP67 Certified as waterproof to withstand being submerged up to 3 feet (1 meter) of water for up to 30 minutes
  • Industry leading 4-year warranty

For more information call 800-895-5122 or go to http://www.discounttwo-wayradio.com  

About Discount Two-Way Radio

Discount Two-Way Radio is the leading provider of two-way radio communication systems with a full line of accessories. They feature fast, live customer service to answer all of your sales and repair needs.

Discount Two-Way Radio has been listed as one of Inc. 5000's fastest growing companies since 2007.  

As an RCA award-winning distributor known for superior technical and sales expertise, the company slogan is, "We know radios so you don't have to."

SOURCE RCA Communications Systems

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