1:       Is Your Digital RF Communication System Optimized to Provide the High Performance it was Designed to Deliver?

Alignment techniques can dramatically improve (or degrade) radio system performance of the equipment you own today

Although digital modulation alignments are similar to alignments used in analog radio systems, digital radios

require more precise alignment to achieve optimum performance and must be verified for digital modulation performance.

Proper alignment can improve systems performance to  maximize system performance and deliver the high performance it was designed to provide.

Improper alignments can cause degraded digital modulation accuracy, which has a significant impact on the receiver’s ability to recover digital data and, in some instances, can affect range

to the same extent has a 75% reduction in power

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2:         Where is LMR Now and Where is it Going?

 IWCE hosted the following three online conferences:

  • NXDN™
  • Project 25
  • DMR and TETRA

If you were not able to attend, click here to view the recordings