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Old 04-15-2016, 08:27   #1
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Turning your smartphone into a 2-way radio – Alianza DxB

Interesting concept, anyone have any experience with this or something similar??

Alianza DxB

“We are proud to introduce the Alianza DxB which is the latest device created by the Northern New Jersey, family owned technology company, BriCom Solutions.

The Alianza DxB is a portable rugged two-way radio docking case with an additional battery that turns your smartphone into a fully functional multi-band two-way radio. The DxB is able to communicate and work with all major two-way radio venders.

The patented Alianza DxB is a simple solution to today’s communication needs by combining smartphone data with RF on a single device. This allows you to merge a smartphone and two-way radio into one device with the added benefit of a protective rugged case for your smartphone and eliminating the need for you to carry multiple devices. The multi-band feature enables the two-way radio to communicate across all frequency bands(VHF, UHF, 800Mhz) for seamless interoperability. It also uses your existing smartphones data to extend the communication distance from 25 miles to anywhere in the world using the Radio-Over-IP repeater/gateway feature while supporting all LTE networks. The case provides a waterproof, shock proof, and crush proof casing for your smartphone which will be available for iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, and Blackberry.

The Alianza DxB is a great solution for both individuals and industries looking to carry just one device without sacrificing your two-way communication and data needs. The possibilities are endless to how this divide can be put to use:
  • Ham operators can enjoy the hobby from one device.
  • EMS personnel can dock their iPhone with the DXB and be able to capture patient information on a ePCR while communicating with other rescue personnel all from the same device.
  • A police officer can communicate with headquarters while running a DMV check on a secured VPN connection from his Android Nexus 4 docked with the Alianza DXB.
  • A field worker can check in with his dispatcher while scaning his deliveries.
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Old 04-15-2016, 09:05   #2
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Hmm, I'll send this info out to the 18E committee and see what they think...

Pretty cool..thx
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Old 04-15-2016, 09:28   #3
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Magic comm devices

Looks like pure marketing to me. It's now the DxBm - flashy website, though a number of errors in it. The site is missing most of the essential information, and appears to be devoid of some really important stuffe, like FCC compliance certifications.
It appears to consist of a smartphone case that can have some number of "radio modules" plugged into it, all working through a single short antenna on the back. From the skimpy info and the pictures, the modules are 3" x 1" by maybe 3/8" - so if a radio that size (with a tiny battery) will get the job done for you, maybe it would work!

There have been a number of similar devices marketed over the last few years - the only ones I know of that actually delivered a product used things like 900 MHz ISM channels or MURS VHF channels - which made them legal, if not particularly powerful or useful.
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