A communications service at 800 MHz and 900 MHz. Traditionally used to provide dispatch operations over analog networks, SMR now includes digital networks offering integrated dispatch messaging and cellular communications
pecialized obile adio. This is what the FCC calls a trunked radio system.
Specialised Mobile Radio; the US term for private mobile radio (See PMR) SMS
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pecialized obile adio: A dispatch radio and interconnect service for businesses. Covers frequencies in the 220 MHz, 800 MHz and 900 MHz bands. Also called Trunking.
Specialized Mobile Radio. A commercial mobile radio service that is owned and operated by the licensee. The users or customers are charged a fee but are in occupations eligible for Part 90 radio system licenses. SMR systems generally, but not necessarily, employ trunking technology for spectral efficiency.
Specialized Mobile Radio; the US term for private mobile ratio (See PMR).
Specialized mobile radio. A communications service at 800 MHz and 900 MHz used to provide dispatch messaging and cellular communications.
Specialized Mobile Radio. According to the FCC Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Land Mobile Branch web site, "The Specialized Mobile Radio (SMR) service was first established by the Commission in 1979 to provide land mobile communications on a commercial (i.e., for profit) basis. A traditional SMR system consists of one or more base station transmitters, one or more antennas, and end user radio equipment that usually consists of a mobile radio unit either provided by the end user or obtained from the SMR operator for a fee." Available: http://www.fcc.gov/wtb/getty/lmb/lmbfram.html
A two-way radio telephone service making use of macro cells covering an area of up to 50 miles in diameter. An SMR system is simpler than a cellular telephone network. Typically, there is only one repeater in a SMR system, and it links only the mobile/portable units for that system, not to other repeaters.
See "Specialized Mobile Radio"
Specialized Mobile Radio. A private, business radio service utilizing mobile radio telephones and base stations. Usually used for fleet dispatch (taxis, etc).
Specialized Mobile Radio. Dispatch radio for taxis, trucks and fleets. Nextel aggregated many SMR companies.
specialized mobile radio. (1) A wireless data service that operates in the 806 to 821 MHz and 851 to 866 MHz bands. (2) Analog trunked radio systems primarily used for dispatch applications. (3) Dispatch radio systems combined into the national ESMR network.
(specialized mobile radio) a dispatch radio and interconnect service for businesses. Covers frequencies in the 220 MHZ, 800 MHZ and 900 MHZ bands.
Specialized Mobile Radio. Telematics Integration of communication and GPS in vehicles for trucking and consumer applications.
Specialized mobile radio. A two-way radio service provided within a designated portion of the 800 and 900 MHz frequency bands.
Specialized Mobile Radio. Dispatch service ("walkie-talkie-type" service used by taxis, delivery trucks, etc.). SMR providers in the United States operate in the 800 MHz and 900 MHz frequency bands.