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A pager (also known as a beeper, bleeper or pocket bell) is a wireless telecommunications device that receives and displays alphanumeric or voice messages. One-way pagers can only receive messages, while response pagers and two-way pagers can also acknowledge, reply to and originate messages using an internal transmitter.
The Motorola Minitor is a portable, analog, receive only, voice pager typically carried by fire, rescue, and EMS personnel (both volunteer and career) to alert of emergencies. The Minitor, slightly smaller than a pack of cigarettes, is carried on a person and usually left in selective call mode. When the unit is activated, the pager sounds a ...
The Motorola PageWriter 2000 was a two-way pager introduced in 1998. Featuring the 68000 based Motorola DragonBall processor, 1 MB of internal storage, a four color grayscale screen, IrDA transmitter/receiver, and a full QWERTY keyboard the PageWriter represented a combination of both PDA and pager in one package.
Motorola Pageboy, model H03BNC1102D0. Motorola Pageboy was the second pager ever produced by Motorola with individual-unit addressing, after the less known 1955 (not 1956 as believed) Pager called "Handie-Talkie Radio Pocket Pager". The first pager-like system was used in 1921 by the Detroit Police Department.
Mobile VHF UHF Two way Radio. Motorola VHF MT 1000. Motorola UHF GP 388 GP 388. Motorola VHF GM 300. Motorola VHF UHF Repeater MSR 2000, GR 500, MTR 2000.
Motorola Pageboy II was a pager and the successor to the Motorola Pageboy. General. The Motorola pager was a small radio receiver that delivered a message individually or widespread to those carrying the device. The first successful consumer pager was Motorola’s Pageboy I which was introduced in 1974.