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Police Radio / Public Service Radio

Police Radio
Police Radio

This police radio is designed to help reduce the overall weight of a police officer’s duty belt thus reduce stress on their spine and assisting with belt organization. It is two halves, a base and a remote control. The base, worn on the belt, contains the battery and the radio signal electronics. The antenna is mounted on the base’s side to assist in reducing overall height and is recessed to help protect the point of attachment. The remote control contains all the operational controls, the microphone and speaker, and can be held or clipped to clothing. This radio will use rechargeable batteries that are already on the market.

University

Virginia Polytechnic Institute

Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, United States

Design

Virginia Polytechnic Institute

Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, United States

Aric McCosh