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  1. #1
    J&D Schnoor
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    Is there anything new on the release of the i315, i325, or i335? I would
    sort of like Moto Talk.


    PLANTATION, Fla. - September 19, 2003 - Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) and =
    Nextel=20
    Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTL) have developed an iDEN=AE based =
    Communication=20
    tool specifically targeted at Public Safety and Construction users. The =
    new tool=20
    labelled "Moto Talk" (Simplex Talk-Around) offers off-network Direct =
    Connect=AE=20
    capabilities. The new feature this will allow peer-to-peer conversations =
    between=20
    Nextel users without the need for network support.=20

    Motorola has designed three new handsets featuring "Moto Talk" =
    tentatively=20
    identified as the i315, i325ps, and i335ps. The first handset scheduled =
    to be=20
    released is the i315, featuring a rugged design for harsh and demanding=20
    environments. The i325 will feature AFU (Advanced Feature Unit) =
    capabilities=20
    in a rugged and durable phone. It will also support Nextel's widely used =
    "Java"=20
    applications, which allows subscriber to select task specific =
    applications.=20
    Motorola's i335 features a rugged handset with Moto-Talk, AFU, Java and =
    Large=20
    Color Screen. Roll out of these new units is expected to begin as early =
    as June=20
    2004.





    See More: i325 etc




  2. #2
    brane
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    Re: i325 etc

    I don't know about the i325, but the i315 is for sale through
    SouthernLinc, although I'm not sure of the capability with the Nextel
    network. Not sure why Nextel isn't selling them yet.

    https://onlinestore.southernlinc.com....asp?pid=10296


    "J&D Schnoor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Is there anything new on the release of the i315, i325, or i335? I would
    > sort of like Moto Talk.
    >
    >
    > PLANTATION, Fla. - September 19, 2003 - Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) and =
    > Nextel=20
    > Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTL) have developed an iDEN=AE based =
    > Communication=20
    > tool specifically targeted at Public Safety and Construction users. The =
    > new tool=20
    > labelled "Moto Talk" (Simplex Talk-Around) offers off-network Direct =
    > Connect=AE=20
    > capabilities. The new feature this will allow peer-to-peer conversations =
    > between=20
    > Nextel users without the need for network support.=20
    >
    > Motorola has designed three new handsets featuring "Moto Talk" =
    > tentatively=20
    > identified as the i315, i325ps, and i335ps. The first handset scheduled =
    > to be=20
    > released is the i315, featuring a rugged design for harsh and demanding=20
    > environments. The i325 will feature AFU (Advanced Feature Unit) =
    > capabilities=20
    > in a rugged and durable phone. It will also support Nextel's widely used =
    > "Java"=20
    > applications, which allows subscriber to select task specific =
    > applications.=20
    > Motorola's i335 features a rugged handset with Moto-Talk, AFU, Java and =
    > Large=20
    > Color Screen. Roll out of these new units is expected to begin as early =
    > as June=20
    > 2004.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    moore2215
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    the i 315 link from southern link is the 305 which nextel is allready selling



  4. #4
    Tester
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    315 and 325 release date

    The reported release date for the i315 and i325 reportedly is Sept 7, 2004. has asnyone had any experience with them. CNET does not have anything on them
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  5. #5
    j4ce
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    The 315 is NOT the 305 that nextel sells. I work at a nextel retail store. The 315 is basically the same phone as the 305, but it has an off network walkie talkie, that works when you have no signal. The range is up to 4.5 miles. The 325 is the same phone as that with a color screen. The 315 and 325 are being released by nextel on 9/7. The only drawback to the off network walkie talkie, is EVERYONE must have a 315 or 325 to use the off network, but its still a neat little addition to the nextel lineup. If any one has any questions, i'll answer what i can.



  6. #6
    slikrikd
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    Re: i325 etc

    Will you have to purchase a FCC license for the off network 2-way or will it
    be included in a Nextel plan?
    Slik

    "j4ce" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > The 315 is NOT the 305 that nextel sells. I work at a nextel retail
    > store. The 315 is basically the same phone as the 305, but it has an
    > off network walkie talkie, that works when you have no signal. The
    > range is up to 4.5 miles. The 325 is the same phone as that with a
    > color screen. The 315 and 325 are being released by nextel on 9/7.
    > The only drawback to the off network walkie talkie, is EVERYONE must
    > have a 315 or 325 to use the off network, but its still a neat little
    > addition to the nextel lineup. If any one has any questions, i'll
    > answer what i can.
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  7. #7
    j4ce
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    its just a walkie talkie...like the ones you buy at wal mart...you can use it, you dont need any liscenses



  8. #8
    Tester
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    i315 i325 update

    Today we stopped by a Nextel owned store. The i315 and i325 is like a CB with 24 channels. Both have the body of an i305, but the i315 has a retractable antenna. The i325 has a long fixed antenna.

    The i315 has been shipped but the i325 requires a special order. Neither of them has a leather pouch yet.
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  9. #9
    slikrikd
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    Re: i325 etc

    I believe the FCC requires a license for any 2-way radios over a certain
    power, and from reading the info that came w/my two sets of 2-way radios,
    anything powerful enough to transmit over 2 miles requires a license. i.e.
    my radios are 5-mile so for the channels that broadcast this distance, I'm
    supposed to have a license, but on the "weaker" channels it is not required.
    Slik

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    > its just a walkie talkie...like the ones you buy at wal mart...you can
    > use it, you dont need any liscenses
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