Push To Talk Over Cellular | Nationwide Coverage

Unique nationwide direct two-way communications. If your team is within cell service, they will NEVER be out of reach.

Our Products

Push to Talk Over Cellular



Land Mobile Radio

The SourcePTT Difference

If you’re looking for quick, direct, private and personalized communications – see what SourcePTT has to offer.

Unique GPS Tracking

Make sure every crew member is on the job – allowing you to pinpoint their exact location

Instant Communication

With one click – nationwide instant communication. How would that affect your company’s efficiency, productivity and revenue?

See Valuable Metrics

See when the last time each device was charged and what the battery life of their devics are in real time

Precise GPS Tracking

Here are some of the features of the real time GPS tracking:

Battery life & charging

Ability to track battery life, last charged, and last time turned on

Panic Button

An alert is displayed along with the GPS location on the map

Listen & Talk

Managers can listen and talk on channels as well as individual radios

Why SourcePTT?

Push-To-Talk Over Cellular


Nationwide direct two-way communication


If you're near a cell tower - you're connected


Precise GPS tracking


Listen, Talk, Text


Last power up date/time


Saved audio/text comms (up to 2 months of data)


Subscription Service

Land Mobile Radio (LMR)


Traditional two-way radio system


Radio-to-radio system or Base Repeater System


All radio related equipment


Hand-held radios, repeater, coaxial cable, antenna & mounts


Programming of all equipment


FCC licensing


Subscription Service

Frequently Asked Questions

What is POC Radio?

Push to talk Over Cellular. POC for short is a subscription-based radio service utilizing cellular data for direct communications. There is no infrastructure to maintain just end user devices.

What is LMR Radio?

Land Mobile Radio. LMR for short is your standard two-way radio. This utilizes direct radio frequency links radio to radio. For better coverage or broader range, a repeater/booster is added to the system.

Usually placed somewhere with high elevation. Your low Power Hand Held Radio (HT) connects with the more sensitive repeater. The repeater does just that. Repeats the signal but at much higher power to reach a bigger area.

How far do the radios reach?

In a LMR system generally speaking Radio to Radio is 1-5 miles. With a repeater/booster you can increase that to 10-15 miles.

On a POC system as long as you have ATT or T-Mobile cellular service your good to go.

Can I integrate a POC system with my already established LMR system?

Yes, if you are running a conventional analog or DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) system. We have the ability to like the two systems together.

I already have Hand Held (HT) radios. Can I connect to one of your managed repeater systems?

Short answer YES. We have 99.9% Hand Held (HT) coverage indoor and outdoor of Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport and the surrounding area.

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