Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Next Generation MOTOTRBO


With Next Generation MOTOTRBO, you get double the capacity, outstanding audio clarity, twice the battery life and greater coverage. It's the essential foundation for a future powered by instant communications where teams can stay connected anytime, anywhere.

You'll see the difference MOTOTRBO makes to your communications immediately. Risk is reduced, productivity can improve, customers can be delighted with great service, and in the moments that matter most, Next Generation MOTOTRBO delivers. If you've been meaning to upgrade to the latest digital radio equipment, then there's never been a better time.

Offers valid through December 31, 2018. Stipulations apply.


Trade in & save up to $1,200 offer ends December 31, 2018

  • Trade in & save $1,200
    Buy 10 fully-featured XPR 7000e series or 10 ultra-thin sl 7000e series portables and trade in your old radios.
  • Trade in & save $300 `
    Buy 10 Mototrbo XPR 5000e series mobile radios and trade in your old radios.
  • Financing options
    Take advantage of powerful financing offers to meet your business needs. get 0% financing for 12 months or 3.1% financing for 36 months.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Partner with RCS Communications

We recommend, install and service the best equipment in the industry to make your job easier.

No matter the challenge you're facing, our consultants will find the right solution for you.

We've been doing this for years – and doing it well. Few can match what we bring to your project.

Safety is your top priority. It's ours too. We're experts at providing solutions that give you peace of mind.


When you partner with RCS Communications, you're partnering with the best in the business.

We’ll show you how to use your equipment, and then help you keep it running long into the future.

502-587-7384             800-767-7384

Monday, October 1, 2018

Scorching Hot Day & No Air Conditioning

It’s a scorching hot day and there’s no air conditioning in the classroom.
As students get restless, what’s the teacher’s next step?
See how Motorola Solutions #TwoWayRadios and enhanced communications
can quickly cool down this scenario:

Thursday, September 27, 2018


FCC Enforcement Bureau Equipment Compliance Advisory

September 27, 2018

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued an FCC Enforcement Advisory cautioning operators and vendors of low-cost, two-way VHF/UHF radios that such devices may not be imported, advertised or sold let alone used in the United States unless they comply with FCC rules. The advisory comes in response to advocacy work conducted by the Land Mobile Communications Council (LMCC) and the Enterprise Wireless Alliance who have championed this issue for the past year. We are pleased that the Enforcement Bureau has responded definitively and forcefully.

EWA encourages all to be aware of the Advisory and to share this information. The Advisory makes the key point that because “these devices have not been authorized by the FCC, the devices may not be imported into the United States, retailers may not advertise or sell them, and no one may use them.”

In addition, the Advisory notifies two-way radio users that:
  • The Enforcement Bureau has noticed the rise in sales of low-cost, two-way VHF/UHF radios that do not comply with FCC rules.
  • Some of the radios can be modified to operate on channels for which the user is not authorized and is not eligible.
  • Some radios are capable of prohibited wideband operations.
  • Anyone importing, advertising or selling noncompliant devices should stop.
  • Anyone owning such devices should not use them.
  • Violators may be subject to substantial monetary fines.
“This Advisory serves as an important reminder to all who sell or use two-way radios that observing the rules is critical to spectrum order and efficiency,” said EWA President Mark Crosby. “

The Advisory states that violators “may be subject to penalties authorized by the Communications Act, including, but not limited to, substantial monetary fines (up to $19,639 per day. . . and up to $147,290 for an ongoing violation).”

If you have questions regarding this FCC Enforcement Advisory and/or concerns related to a proposed equipment purchase complying with FCC rules, please call RCS Communications. 800-767-7384.


Enterprise Wireless Alliance Spectrum Advisor or call EWA at 800-482-8282.