Radio Recording

Radio Recording

Public Safety's use of two-way radios extends back to the 1930s. Radio Recording, while relatively newer, is still a well-established technology.

Whether Radio Recording systems are called Voice Loggers, Voice Recorders, or something else, the idea is same: radio traffic is recorded (logged) and archived for later incident reconstruction, post-incident action review, or compliance requirements.

Modern Radio Recording solutions can capture analog and digital audio from:

  • Conventional radios
  • Trunked radio
  • Radio console integrations

Our Public Safety Subject Matter Experts know the ins-and-outs of radio technology, recording, and procedures and can help you determine the most appropriate Voice Recording option for your radio communications.