Integrity Ambulance Service Triples Coverage, Saves $100K/Year and Meets FCC Mandate with MOTOTRBO

Integrity Ambulance Service Triples Coverage, Saves $100K/Year and Meets FCC Mandate with MOTOTRBO

Article May 31, 2010

Integrity Ambulance Service was facing the inability to expand operations due to limited coverage provided by an aging analog radio system. At the same time, the company was looking for a solution that would comply with the FCC mandate for businesses using 25 kHz land mobile radio systems to migrate to narrowband 12.5 kHz technology.

A digital MOTOTRBO radio system with IP Site Connect, and a unique relationship with a local Motorola channel partner, allowed them to expand coverage throughout 20 counties, save the cost of opening new dispatch centers, and meet the FCC mandate through a cost-effective, phased migration to 12.5 kHz.

For more information, download a pdf of the Integrity Ambulance Service Case Study. To learn how MOTOTRBO can help your business, visit or call 800/367-2346.

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