Military personnel can encounter portable radio coverage issues whether they are on the base or not.

Futurecom coverage solutions are used by military throughout the world to enhance portable radio communications for special operations or daily operations on the base.


Enhanced Outdoor & In-Building Radio Coverage

Allows personnel to remain on the network as long as possible so that their communications can be monitored and recorded at dispatch whether they are on or off the base and deep within a military installation or onboard a ship.


The Features of Trunking with the Safety of Conventional operation.

When a Futurecom VR is working in combination with an Motorola APX portable they have a number of  features. 

  • Portable Radio ID: APX Portable radios affiliate with the P25 system. Their IDs pass on both the push to talk (PTT) and emergency.
  • Trunking Tones and Messages: Officers will get the go-ahead tones they are familiar with, network messages get passed to the APX portable and users can also get out of range tones (of the VR and/or mobile out of network coverage) while on a conventional channel.

Highly Automated Operation

Allows multiple VRs to be activated at a scene. The units will reliably pick a “Primary” unit which will handle the communication between network and users. Other units will go into a standby “Secondary” mode. All VRs can be activated by a button on the control head, from a portable radio, from an external switch or automatically from a combination of events such as the emergency lights on and setting of the parking brake.


Mobile Radio Coverage

Mobile Radio Coverage Diagram

DVRS Radio Coverage

DVRS Radio Coverage Diagram

Shipboard Communication with Radio Coverage

Shipboard Communication with Radio Coverage Diagram

Shipboard Communication with DVRS Coverage

Shipboard Communication with DVRS Coverage Diagram