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The official dates have passed, but Public Safety IT specialists are still upgrading their systems.  If you've been putting off "the inevitable," because its just not in the budget--we can help by allowing you to get all of the equipment that you really need now and get into compliance, upgrading your other gear as well.  We can spread that big financial nut out over multiple budget periods.  Meaning the "out-of-pocket" to this years' budget will be just a fraction of the full cash-up-front price.  So whether it's just your handhelds and mobile radios, or if its time for everything from dispatch consoles, to repeaters to antennas and the portable & mobile communications  equipment, we can make that number a whole lot smaller.  What's the downside to allowing us to show you the numbers?



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