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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

PCE selected to provide digital radio solution to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) has designed, provided and installed a new robust digital radio solution for the Cornish Seal Sanctuary ahead of the busy holiday season. The Cornish Seal Sanctuary, which is part of the Merlin Entertainments Group, was already an established user of two-way radios, but was seeking an upgraded solution that could cope

PCE provides secure radio solution to Plymouth Albion

Radio communication experts Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) has come to the aid of coaching staff at Plymouth Albion. Albion’s Head Coach James Shanahan was keen to use a secure radio solution on match days to prevent others, including opposition teams, listening in to his instructions and conversations with other members of the coaching team. PCE’s

PCE earns new radio communications engineering accreditation

Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) has been recognised by a new accreditation scheme that promotes professionalism in the installation of on-site radio communications systems. The new FCS1331 Site Accreditation Scheme from the Federation of Communication Services (FCS) aims “to provide customers with a selection of technically competent, high quality professional providers that install a radio communications

Premier Communication Electronics looks forward to the Emergency Services Show

Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) will be attending The Emergency Services Show in Birmingham at the end of this month to showcase its full range of support services. The Emergency Services Show is being held at the NEC on September 25 and 26 and is the UK’s leading annual event for all emergency responders and personnel.

CBRN vest launch at Ambulex

Premier Communication Electronics (PCE) Ltd launched the CBRN Communication Vest at the Ambulex event in Coventry on 10th/11th July 2013. Our representatives Natalia and Paul welcomed the attendees to their stand. PCE supplies, installs and maintains portable and vehicle mounted communications and electronic equipment for the emergency services, associated public sector departments and private sector