TBS Electronics, Inc. is your source for all of your two-way radio communications needs. We maintain a large inventory of radios, accessories, and parts in order to respond to your inquires and ship your order promptly.
Our mission is to not only provide you with superior products at a fair price, but to also provide outstanding service before and after the sale. Our staff is trained to assist you with every aspect of your radio purchase, from filing FCC applications, answering technical questions, to shipping your product to you quickly. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority.
We want to be your two-way communications provider and will go the extra mile to meet and exceed your needs and expectations. The staff of TBS Electronics looks forward to working with you in the near future!
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2013 FCC Narrowbanding Mandate
Is your Business Radio System “Narrowband” compliant?
Let TBS Electronics complete an assessment of your existing licenses and capable radios. We will simplify the process for you and help you secure results. Those who have narrowbanded their equipment have experienced range loss. We can help make system improvements to make up for this loss and more!
The FCC deadline of January 1, 2013 has come and gone. Contact us today!
What is Narrowbanding?
Private land mobile radio (LMR) systems – including municipal government and State and local public safety systems – use blocks of radio spectrum called channels. Historically, LMR systems have used 25 kHz-wide channels. In December 2004, the Federal Communications Commission mandated that all private LMR users operating below 512 MHz move to 12.5 kHz narrowband voice channels and highly efficient data channel operations by January 1, 2013. This migration complements a National Telecommunications and Information Administration mandate for more rapid Federal agency migration to 12.5 kHz narrowband operation by January 1, 2008. The earlier Federal deadline affects State and local FCC licensees that interface or share frequencies with Federal radio systems.