Why Police Officers Need P25 Radios

Police officers have one of the most important responsibilities in our society. They are on the front lines on the streets, the first people that are called when there’s a problem, and they are the ones that literally have “gunfire” as one of the risks the potentially face each day. You probably already understand the risks that police officers face

RELM Order Entry Hours Changing, 8-5, M-F

RELM Order Entry Hours Changing, 8-5, M-F
Beginning Tuesday, February 21st, RELM Wireless will have new hours in the Order Entry Department.  Our new hours going forward are 8am – 5pm Eastern Time beginning Tuesday, March 21st.  As always, contact us at info@relm.com for questions and information.

Long Island Mega Show

This Month RELM Wireless will have representatives attending the Long Island Mega Show in Brentwood, New York. This show features all the most updated fire, rescue, and EMS equipment under one roof along with industry leaders from across the entire country. The weekend of February 18 will be a 2 day event filled with the most updated and beneficial products

RELM Wireless Announces Leadership Changes

RELM Wireless Announces Leadership Changes
WEST MELBOURNE, Fla., Jan. 17, 2017– RELM Wireless Corporation (NYSE MKT: RWC), a holding company focused on the public safety industry, today announced a number of leadership changes. The Board of RELM Wireless created an Executive Committee of the Board of Directors consisting of Kyle Cerminara as the committee’s Chairman and Tim O’Neil, who will continue to serve

Who Are P25 Radios For?

In 1989, a joint venture by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO), the National Association of State Telecommunications Directors (NASTD), federal agencies, and the National Communications System (NCS) developed a new set of standards for radio systems. The purpose of these standards was to create better interoperability for public safety personnel so that no matter who manufactured their digital

From APCO P16 to P25

With the establishment of Project 25 (P25) by the Association of Public Safety Communication Officials (APCO), the association set new standards that would greatly increase interoperability. The importance of interoperability is that it allows public safety officials to perform their work much more efficiently and safer than in the past. But prior to P25, there was another project; Project 16