BridgeCom Systems, Inc is pleased to announce the availability of the BCS-200 Speaker Mic for the amateur and commercial radio markets.
Introducing the New BCS-200 Speaker Mic. Built to withstand severe weather conditions that is ideal for private security, construction, transportation, hospitality, amateur as well as professional radio. Decreased wind noise even in gusty, stormy conditions. This remote speaker microphone for two way radios boast a revolutionary windporting feature that dramatically lessens background noise from high winds and other severe weather conditions. Audio can pass through the speaker grill even when the microphone port is blocked by water. The clarity of these microphones can help public safety professionals communicate more clearly. Good quality with a nice price can satisfy your requirement.
For a full list of features and a specs visit products/bridgecom-speaker-mic, call 816-532- 8451 or email tim@BridgeComSystems.com.
BridgeCom Systems, Inc. was established in 2004 and is located in Smithville, MO. We specialize in the development of communications equipment for land mobile radio industry. Our first product to market was an analog FM community repeater available in both UHF and VHF. Since that time, we developed an LTR controller and a new repeater series called the BCR available in UHF, 220 MHz and VHF. BridgeCom Systems signature product is called TL-NET. TL-NET is a multi-site wide area RoIP linking product that links RF sites including: LTR, conventional, digital, P25 and more. As a third-party developer for MOTOTRBO products, TL-NET also allows for various enhancements to MOTOTRBO digital repeaters operating in IP-Site connect mode.
In addition, we offer concept to reality engineering for your design and manufacturing needs. Our services include electronic and software engineering and complete turn-key communication solutions. As the industry evolves we are committed to developing outstanding products that meet our customers’ needs.
BridgeCom Systems, Inc
102 NE State Route 92 Hwy, Ste C
Smithville, MO 64089
Compatible Ham Radio Models:
Kenwood handheld Radio:
TK-3207, TK-240, TK-250, TK-255, TK-260, TK-260G, TK-270, TK-270G, TK-272G, TK-278, TK-278G, TK-340, TK-349, TK-350, TK-353, TK-360, TK-360G, TK-370, TK-370G, TK-373G, TK-378, TK-378G, TK-430, TK-431, TK-715, TK-2100, TK-2102, TK-2107, TK-2118, TK-2160, TK-3100, TK-3101, TK-3102, TK-3107, TK-3118, TK-3160
PUXING handheld Radio:
PX-888, PX-888K, PX-777, PX-333, PX-666, PX-328
QUANSHENG handheld Radio:
TG-K4AT, TG-2AT, TG-45AT, TG-42AT, TG-22AT, TG-25AT
Linton handheld Radio:
LT-6288, LT-5288, LT-2288, LT-3288, LT-3188, LT-2188, LT-3260, LT-2268, LT-3268 , LT6188,LT3288…
WEIERWEI handheld Radio:
BAOFENG handheld Radio:
UV-5R, UV-3R PLUS
WOUXUN handheld Radio:
KG-UVD1P, KG-679, etc.
KST V6 handheld Radio
KS-8R handheld Radio
Wanhua handheld Radio
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