Radio Infrastructure

With over thirty years of experience as a market-leading radio infrastructure design and installation business, Radio Systems has developed a multi-skilled workforce with a global reputation, delivering business-critical radio communications infrastructure that is reliable, resilient and of exceptionally high quality.


MOTOTRBO is a digital two-way radio system from Motorola specifically designed to meet the requirements of professional organisations that need a customisable, business-critical, private communication solution using licensed spectrum. MOTOTRBO combines the best in two-way radio functionality with digital technology to deliver increased capacity and spectral efficiency, integrated data applications and enhanced voice communications. MOTOTRBO is an integrated voice and data system solution comprising mobile and portable radios, audio and other accessories, repeaters, and a third party application partner program. To see the range of MOTOTRBO products that we hold, please read more…


Sepura plc is a British manufacturing company with headquarters in Cambridge and has a pedigree that can be traced back through well-known names such as Phillips and Pye with over 100 years in radio communications. Sepura has grown into a world leader in the design and manufacture of robust and reliable digital radio systems and for the last 15 years has shipped over one million digital radios to customers in over 30 countries. In the UK, every police force and ambulance service uses Sepura TETRA digital radios – that’s over 180,000 radios in everyday use, giving Sepura over 60% share of the UK public safety market. Sepura digital radios and systems are well proven and trusted. Read more…


The Radio Systems R & D team has a long history of specialising in the customisation of its products to deliver Client specific solutions. These can range from hardware modification or manufacture through to software applications or in some cases both. Each case is treated on its merits with a no obligation approach to feasibility discussions and studies. Small batch and high volume requirements will both be considered if there is a business case for doing so.