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PCE gains digital tick status

Premier Communication Electronics has been awarded the Digital Tick accreditation. All of the company’s engineers have already passed individual audits and are qualified to carry out DAB radio installations or conversions in vehicles to industry standards, and now the entire company has been bestowed with official Digital Tick status by Digital Radio UK. The Tick

PCE engineers all gain DAB radio switch over accreditation

All of Premier Communications Electronics’ (PCE) engineers have gained industry-recognised qualifications to carry out safe DAB upgrades to in-vehicle radios. The Government is committed to a digital switchover and the car industry has joined the cause with around 40% of new vehicles fitted with digital radios. However, they will be plenty of vehicles still using

Motorola launches new range of bluetooth accessories

Motorola has launched a new range of Bluetooth accessories specifically designed for vehicle radios and control room applications. Specific models include: Long-range Bluetooth RSM with battery and belt clip This device is perfect for two-way radio users that need the freedom to move around their vehicle or control room and keep in touch. The wireless

PCE is on the move

Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) is about to move into new premises in Exeter to accommodate its business growth. The much larger 0.8-acre site in Bittern Road is a short journey from the two-way radio and in-vehicle communications specialist’s current premises in Osprey Road, also on the Sowton Industrial Estate. The company is due to move

Hire radios at christmas

PCE offers long and short-term hire solutions enabling our customers to afford more equipment, improve cash flow and keep pace with modern radio technology. Christmas is just around the corner and many businesses will be looking to hire extra staff to cope with the festive season. Additional security, shop assistants, facilities management personnel, cleaners, etc

PCE warns radio users to switch to digital radio

PCE is warning two-way business radio users to migrate to digital solutions as manufacturers continue to phase out the production of analogue radio equipment. The Exeter-based two-way radio experts have been informed that leading manufacture Motorola is in the final stages of cancelling production of analogue radios, with the entire process due to be complete

PCE launches new portable repeater

Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) showcased a new product at the recent Emergency Services Show 2014. The Emergency Services Show is the UK’s leading annual event for all emergency responders and personnel. It was held at the NEC in Birmingham last week. PCE took the opportunity to launch the RD965 – Hytera’s first digital/analogue portable repeater

PCE signs up as support team to the tomahawk tour

Premier Communications Electronics (PCE) has signed up to sponsor The Tomahawk Tour. This event began on Wednesday, September 3, with 10 volunteers cycling almost 300 miles around the borders of Devon to raise money for Exeter Youth Rugby and the Exeter Foundation. The cyclists will be joined on the last leg on September 6 by

PCE awards building contract to hindsight construction

Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) is another step closer to moving into its new premises in Exeter after awarding the building and refurbishment contract to local firm Hindsight Construction. PCE bought the new much larger premises in Bittern Road last year to accommodate its ambitious growth plans. The new building is just a short journey from

CEO invited to join British radio council

Premier Communication Electronics’ Chief Executive Officer Karen Langley has joined the British Radio Council. The Business Radio Group was set up by the industry’s trade association, the Federation of Communication Services, in 2004 to represent radio spectrum licensees, manufacturers, suppliers and others delivering radio services to the UK business market. The Group is led by