The TL and TL-NET LTR dispatch controllers are the smallest and simplest LTR controllers on the market. Fit up to three controllers side-by-side in a 1U chassis.
MV Series: Introducing simple, cost effective solutions for ROiP over LTR and Digital. Reduces site linking costs and enhances existing MOTOTRBO site linking capabilities without the need for control stations.)
Turn key systems: Let us create a single site or multi-site communication system for your application.
The BCR FM Repeater is an all-in-one unit that integrates a high powered RF transmitter, built-in power supply, high capacity tone panel and a 16 channel base station. Read more
Radio over IP
The MV series expands on our TL-NET and TL-NET Turbo product offerings by reducing site linking costs and enhancing existing MOTOTRBO™ site linking capabilities. Read More
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Testimonials / What Our Clients Say
We've completely enhanced our MOTOTRBO IP Site Connect system with BridgeCom Systems' MV-IPSC1. We have 10 sites of MOTOTBRO linked.
The BridgeCom ROIP (Radio Over IP) system integrated seamlessly into our existing Cisco based network, and works flawlessly across our existing VPN configuration.
After looking at all of the choices for our wide-area system we chose Brigecom's TL-Net. After our build-out of the Chicago metropolitan area is complete, we plan to expand the system into Wisconsin.
Thank You, that is the fastest service I have ever received, my compliments.
We needed an IP-based solution to network our seven LTR repeater sites together across SW Missouri. The system has worked very well and the support has been great.
We have never had to make a return trip to any site due to any problems whatsoever with the CS-540. Just last week we had an occasion to replace a customers failed repeater with a new CS-540.
My CS-540 operates flawlessly and is very easy to make programming changes to. I think, if you compare features and quality received for dollars spent, the BridgeCom will win hands down.
I am operating a Bridgecom CS-540 UHF as a Ham Radio repeater. It is performing well, and was convenient to set up using the accompanying software.
Everybody loves the sound of it. We are tickled to death with the performance of our new 2m and 440 BCR repeaters.