The 4RF Migration Master Station (MMS) would provide a smooth migration from Midwest Water Services Agency’ legacy radios. As McFadden explained, “Our Aprisa SR+ Migration Master Station (MMS) works alongside the legacy master station, utilizing the existing infrastructure and frequency assets, thus enabling Midwest Water Services Agency to set up a high-speed radio network with the Aprisa SR+ radio in parallel with their legacy network and reduce the stress and cost of upgrading to their operations. Ultimately, we could provide them with a better performing radio incrementally.
Aprisa SR+ MMS Case Study - Midwest Water Services Agency English
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