CirTran, Aegis show improved radio interoperability solution

Published 14 March 2006

Here is news first responders will appreciate: West Valley City, Utah-based CirTran (OTCBB: CIRT), a contract manufacturer of IT products, has received a $250,000 order to build and deliver the first production run of the next-generation SafetyNet RadioBridge it redesigned on behalf of Scottsdale, Arizona-based Aegis Assessments (OTCBB: AGSI), a homeland security contractor. The SafetyNet RadioBridge interconnects incompatible radios, bridging them to provide radio interoperability at emergency sites in minutes. The enhancements in the next-generation RadioBridge focus on homeland security, and include improvements in the sound quality of audio transmissions, the addition of an internal storage compartment for cables, headsets, and other accessories, and improved bridging of trunked and non-trunked radios. Richard Reincke, president of Aegis, noted that radio interoperability is essential for day-to-day activities of the 50,000 public safety agencies in the United States, including 18,000 state and local law enforcement agencies, 26,000 fire departments, 6,000 emergency medical responders, and several thousand utility and infrastructure public agencies.

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