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Mototrbo digital two-way radios arrive at Stonor Park



Wirefr3 are delighted to be partnering with Stonor Park with their Mototrbo digital two-way radios upgrade. 

Home to the Stonor family for over 850 years, Stonor Park is one of the oldest family homes still lived in today.  Operating over several hundred acres of garden and parkland, communication amongst the team is key.  Previously utilising licence free two-way radios, the Estates Team would run into communication difficulties in their day to day operations due to the lower power, interference and shorter range delivered by their licence free radios.

Having completed our consultation process with the team at Stonor Park, inclusive of a thorough survey, we were delighted to be able to recommend the Motorola DP4400e and DP3441e Mototrbo digital two-way radios.

The move to these licensed digital two way radios instantly delivered a vastly improved user experience, with greater clarity in communication, zero interference and with the radios operating on VHF, the increase in range was significant – covering all areas of the estate.  With channel voice announcement set, users were also able to have clarity as to what channel they required.

With the deployment of the Mototrbo digital two-way radios, improved efficiencies are already being seen in the day to day operation of the Estate.  In addition, Stonor Park are now well placed to manage the hotly anticipated welcome return of events that they will be hosting come the summer.