The Pronto Express Two Way Radio!
The Pronto Express combines the speed, simplicity and ruggedness of a digital two way radio handset with the geographical coverage of the nationwide 3G mobile network.
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Our step by step procedure on how to use your radio system and how to communicate with it effectively!
1) Re-adjust your radio to the correct channel and a comfortable volume.
2) Always listen to every radio broadcast, it could be for you.
Hytera DMR based XPT Digital Trunking Systems have been installed and are up and running in the Rio Olympic Village. It is the only radio network that covers the entire Olympic Village.
In the Olympic Village that is located in the area of Barra da Tijuca, hosting 17,950 athletes and technical staff at Games time in 3,604 flats, two UHF systems were installed on top of two village buildings.
The complete system supports up to several dozen talk groups with more than 800 handheld radios and is used by venue management, catering, cleaning, operation, team welcome and some local organizations.
“I am very honored to be part of the Games. The XPT system and PD6 series terminals are perfect for the village management to support their day to day operation,” commented Dylan Liu, international marketing director of Hytera Communications in an interview.
Friends of the Games
Several companies, including Riedel and Hytera, who offer their professional services to the event, have co-founded Friends of the Games, and set up a Lounge at the Copacabana beach as a platform of insight exchange and customer appreciation.
More information on Friends of the Games can be found here: