Extending Portable Coverage
With Digital Vehicular Repeater Solutions

The SVR-D300 DMR and the SVR-N300 NXDN are the next generation digital vehicular repeaters from Pyramid Communications. Pyramid’s vehicular repeater technology allows portable radio users extended coverage outside the vehicle without building costly infrastructure. Get clear digital portable radio coverage that follows you wherever you go!


  • ESP™ Multi-Vehicle Format
  • 20 Programmable Channels
  • 6.25 & 12.5 kHz Channels
  • Triggers NXDN Emergency Calls
  • Factory Interface Cables for Most
  • Popular Radios
    Works with Kenwood NEXEDGE™ Mobile
  • Works with Icom iDAS™ Mobile Radios


  • ESP™ Multi-Vehicle Format
  • 20 Programmable Channels
  • Triggers DMR Emergency Calls
  • Factory Interface Cables for Most
  • Popular DMR Radios
  • Works With All Models of DMR &
    MOTOTRBO™ Radios
  • Compatible with Tier 2 and Tier 3 Radio
  • Built on Over 25 Years of Vehicular
    Repeater Solutions

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Vehicular Repeater Products

Pyramid has been marketing and selling vehicular repeaters for almost 20 years. As a result, we have become the market leader in vehicular repeater technology. Customers that are in need of our radio repeaters include: Utility Companies, Fire Departments, EMT Personnel, Private Security Companies, State & Local Police, County Sheriff’s, State Highway Patrol Agencies, State Transportation Agencies, the Department of Transportation, the Bureau of Land Management, the Department of Forestry, Border Patrol, the FBI, the CIA, the US Army, the US Navy, the US Air Force, and the Marines

3012 Digital Mobile Data Terminals (MDT) & Street Smarts Mapping Software Products

The 3012 MDT features a 16 channel internal GPS receiver, 10 user programmable soft status keys, 5 universal inputs for automatic vehicle status, a credit card reader, a driver clock in/out time card, and a 240 character text messaging display.

Features such as geo-fencing, over-the-speed-limit indicator, record/playback of vehicle routes, and custom sorting by user defined data fields make it an industry standout. This product operates on any land mobile radio system, and can be viewed on computers, smart phones and tablets.

The WM-1000 Wireless Microphone

The WM-1000 is a state of the art spread spectrum unlicensed radio system that provides extended coverage for mobile radio users. This portable radio system integrates with your existing mobile radio to give users handheld coverage when outside of their vehicle. With no license required, the WM-1000 offers easy implementation when compared to traditional SVR vehicular repeater systems.

Pyramid’s patented Smart Trunking IITM access gives portable radio users feedback of the handshake status of their tethered mobile radio to system call status. This ensures that the portable user has complete visibility of the trunking status to the main radio system.

Pyramid: all new enhanced Vehicular repeaters

Introducing the Pyramid Communications

TM-250 Trunking Speaker Microphone

Are your customers on a Trunked Radio System?  Vehicular Repeaters provide reliable on-scene and in-building coverage that follows each vehicle wherever it goes.  Now with Pyramid Communications' new TM-250 Trunking Speaker Microphone for Kenwood and Motorola portable radios, we've made life even easier for first responders.

The TM-250 quickly attaches to your existing portable radio.  The TM-250 provides the user with a single PTT trunking experience along with clear to talk tones when using their SVR repeater.  In addition, the TM-250 works with most Pyramid SVR repeaters, both analog and digital, so it can integrate with existing users.   

Pyramid Secures VHF Spectrum For SVR Users!

As you probably know, back in 2012 Pyramid Communications started efforts to obtain more spectrum for VHF SVR users.  We took on this project here at Pyramid because it was the right thing to do on behalf of the end users who struggle without mission critical communications.

In a decision applauded by many, the FCC rules were changed.  On March 15, 2016, the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (WTB) and the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau (PSHSB) will begin accepting applications for the operation of mobile repeaters on the following 6 VHF frequencies: 173.2375, 173.2625, 173.2875, 173.3125, 173.3375, and 173.3625 MHz.


Thank you for your support and patience throughout the process. All of us here at Pyramid are proud of what we have done here on behalf of the tens of thousands of first responders who rely on Pyramid Communications equipment every day.

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