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Standard Channel Partner Update July 2010
Channel Partner Resource Summary Guide (072610)
FCC Narrowbanding Checklist
Help your 25 kHz customers get prepared to make the change to 12.5 kHz in sufficient time that supports their budget requirements.
Steps to Getting Prepared:
1. Understand the FCC deadlines and how to help your customers prepare
 Watch Vertex Standard 7/13 Partner Webinar https://dealers.vertexstandard.com/indexExpiredSession.cfm
 Review FCC documentation on FCC Narrowband Resource Center: www.vertexstandard.com/lmr
2. Obtain a list of customers who will need to make the switch to 12.5 kHZ
 Contact Washington Radio Reports special offer to Vertex Standard Channel Partners for a free list of contacts in your area with a commitment to a services presentation by Dan Roberts. Call Dan at 770-366-3389 for details.
 Contact Enterprise Wireless Association offers regional, state or customer license lists and provides frequency coordination, customer license management and direct consultations.
Contact EWA at: 800-482-8282 or 800-866-4222
3. Prioritize your contact list and develop a contact strategy to start talking to customers now
4. Schedule appointments
 Use supplied telemarketing script for reference
5. Promote the compliance requirements to prospects or contacts not reached by phone
 Send e-mail follow-up using e-mail template with your contact information
 Send direct mail postcard with your contact information.
6. Promote compliance through all public outlets: trade shows, Internet site, stores
 Distribute Narrowbanding Fact Sheet
 Display pull-up banner or hang poster
7. Conduct customer meetings to educate about compliance requirements:
 Use customer presentation and fact sheet
 Play audio samples
8. Perform inventory assessment of customer’s radio fleet
 Download inventory tracking template to record details.
 Assess age of radio and consider upselling customers to new models versus reprogramming where applicable.
9. Arrange for relicensing services – encourage customers to get started now to avoid delays
FCC Narrowband Resource Center: www.vertexstandard.com/lmr
Vertex Standard Channel Partner Update July 2010
VERTEX STANDARD RADIO SUMMARY
(July 2010)
Note: The following list is an update to what was presented during the July 13 webinar.
Current Models Programmable to 25 kHz and 12.5 kHz
Portables
VX-230 Series
VX-350 Series
VX-400 Series
VX-537
VX-800 Series
VX-900 Series
VX-P800 Series
VX-P900 Series
Mobiles & Repeaters
VX-2000 Series
VX-4000 Series
VX-5000 Series
VX-6000 Series
VX-7000 Series
VXR-1000
VXR-7000
VXR-9000
Discontinued Models Programmable to 25 kHz and 12.5 kHz
Portables
VX-10 Series**
VX-160/180
VX-210 Series
VX-210A Series
VX-310 Series
VX-510 Series
VX-520U
VX-600
HX-292UT
Mobiles
VX-2500 Series
VX-3000 Series
VX-3200 Series
Discontinued Models That Cannot Be Programmed to 12.5 kHz
Portables
FTH-2070
FTH-7009
VX-10 Series**
VX-200 Series
VX-300
VX-500 Series
Mobiles & Repeaters
FTL-2011
FTL-7011
VXR-5000
**VX -10 was sold as either 25 kHz capable or 12.5 kHz capable but not both in the same radio. Check FCC ID or test radio on service monitor to determine bandwidth. If 25 kHz, it cannot be programmed to 12.5 kHz.