East Rutherford, NJ (May 16, 2017)—Radio Active Designs has released a firmware update for the UV-1G base station and its RAD body packs—and has also introduced a Version 2 of the RAD Pack.
The firmware updates, which are available on Radio Active Designs’ website reportedly provide more headroom and better audio quality. The headset output is said to offer greater gain and more dynamic range than before as well.
The company has also introduced a Version 2 of the RAD Pack with reportedly improved battery life and a reduction in overall temperature. It also offers headset microphone bias voltage to support use of any headset.
“We created the UV-1G a few years back when the FCC started talking about the auction,” said James Stoffo, CTO. “One of the reasons we decided to design an analog system that operates primarily in the VHF realm was to move out of a crowded spectrum into one with more elbow room to make life easier for RF coordinators everywhere. Reliability is key in communications.”
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