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BEAM Radio: more than 30 years in Radio Communication business.

Beam Radio Inc.’s history dates back to more a quarter of a century, beginning in 1976, when the company started business by taking advantage of the booming citizen band (CB) radio market. After early success, the company advanced immediately on to the two-way radio business. In 1977, Beam Radio Inc. installed the first GMRS repeaters in the State of Florida.

As the Hispanic business grew in Dade County, so did the needs of communication increased. As this market developed, Beam Radio was on hand to personally take care of these development needs.

In the 1980’s the company of Beam Radio Inc, was ranked among the “Top 10 Dealers” in the country by Standard Communication and serve as exclusive distributor for Midland International throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Since then, Beam Radio has consistently earned International Top honors for different manufacturers.

As the problem of spectrum congestion intensified, the challenge of finding clear space on UHF bands- even on community repeaters- became more difficult- BEAM RADIO INC, however operate eight of such community repeaters.

Uniden America Corporation started manufacturing backbones and trunking radios in 1984. Beam Radio Inc. took advantage of the opportunity to venture into this field by purchasing a -5 channel trunking system- designed with the old RCA trunking format-from TACTEL-. Beam Radio Inc, converted the system to LTR and started marketing Uniden radios in Dade and Broward counties. The company began similar efforts in the Latin America and Caribbean markets, taking almost immediate control of the region “low end” radio market.

Trough various acquisitions by 1989 Beam Radio was operating 15 channels of LTR 800 MHz trunking in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, as well as 10 channels in Puerto Rico.

In the International market, Beam Radio Inc. became a pioneer in the aperture of the 800 MHz band in Latin America and the Caribbean, selling and installing more than 2000 channels in the region, installing system across the area-from system in Monterrey, Mexico to the Patagonia in Argentina.

As of today, analog LTR systems still operate in- Monterrey Mexico, Guatemala City-Guatemala, San Salvador-El Salvador, Tegucigalpa and San Pedro-Honduras, Managua Nicaragua (49 per cent ownership) San Jose, Guanacaste, Limon in Costa Rica, Panama,-Republic of Panama, Caracas and Barinas in Venezuela, Quito and Cuenca in Ecuador, Santiago-Chile, Buenos Aires- Argentina, Jujuy-Argentina, Ushuaia and Patagonia, Argentina.

In the Caribbean , Santo Domingo- Dominican Republic, Port Au Prince- Haiti- Curacao WI, Aruba Netherlands Antilles- Antigua BWI, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands and Grand Bahamas Island.

A few years ago, Uniden decided to widen its horizons on the LTR protocol by introducing ESAS a new protocol. This new protocol enhances LTR features, offering much of the needed features of other protocols, along with networking capabilities.

Beam Radio Inc, has installed ESAS systems in Guatemala, Honduras, Bahamas and Costa Rica, and has support several system sold by Uniden in Honduras, Nigeria and Venezuela. On the conventional market, Beam Radio Inc. caters more than 400 dealers in Latin America and the Caribbean islands.

Beam Radio Inc holds 50 per cent of the stock of BEAM RADIO DO BRASIL in Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro, as a Motorola dealer.

Since 1990- Beam Radio, has been ranked by Hispanic Magazine as a Fortune 500 company and is listed in the “Top 100 Exporters” by Hispanic Magazine and the “Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce”. In 1999 The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce ranked Beam Radio # 69 of the Hispanic companies of the State of Florida.

Beam Radio Inc, a family-owned business, has been incorporated under the laws of the state of Florida since 1976.


 


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