R/Net

Colorado Front Range Two-Way Radio System

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R/Net is a Push-to-Talk two-way radio service offered by Red Dog Radios with coverage along the entire Colorado Front Range.  Step up to instant radio communications and GPS tracking for your entire fleet of vehicles and personnel.  For a low monthly service fee you can stay in constant and immediate touch with your fleet and track their locations.  The system currently covers Cheyenne to Castle Pines from North to South, and from the mountains east to Sterling along the I-76 corridor.

Secure Digital Communications

R/Net’s secure digital network is implemented with the state-of-the-art Icom Digital Advanced System (IDAS).  Our digital network offers crystal clear voice and excellent range compared with older analog systems.  A key advantage of the IDAS system is digital privacyyour communications will never be picked up by unauthorized listeners or radio scanners, so you can be assured that your sensitive communications remains private and secure.

Seamless Coverage

The R/Net system provides seamless coverage with automatic hand-off between our towers.  There are no channel knobs to adjust, no complicated routines; the system maintains knowledge of where your vehicle radios are located and assigns them to the best tower for optimum signal strength and voice clarity.  Your operators need only to reply with Push-to-Talk via the hand microphone, and you can communicate with individual vehicles or your entire fleet at your choosing.

Pricing

Radio service:  $25/month

Radio w/ GPS service:  $32/month

Vehicle to Office Coverage

The R/Net System provides coverage for your vehicles with mobile UHF radios that we install for you, and office coverage with small, easy-to-install base station radios, and portable radios you can assign to key personnel that perform their duties outdoors.  Whether your fleet comprises 2 vehicles or 200, you can rely on the instant, dependable performance of a two-way radio system that offers many advantages over cellular telephone service. 

A new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rule restricts the use of all hand-held mobile devices by drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs). This rulemaking restricts a CMV driver from holding a mobile device to make a call, or dialing by pressing more than a single button.  This is an excellent reason to consider a Push-to-Talk (PTT) alternative such as R/Net, since the motor vehicle operator merely uses the hand microphone to communicate with the dispatcher or other vehicles. 

GPS Tracking

With our exclusive dispatch software and GPS capability, you can monitor the location of your vehicles and your operators, giving you total control of all your key assets in real time.

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