Our understanding of the Canadian two-way radio industry is unparalleled. We’ve been doing this for over 30 years, and have been the exclusive distributors for Motorola Business Radios in Canada for over 18 years.
We’re knowledgeable and hardworking – our sales team works proactively to find the best solution for every business situation. That’s why we’re a preferred vendor for many important retailers in Canada.
Our in-house team is fully-trained to serve our customers – you can rely on us to deliver the quality service and solutions that you expect.
We provide quick and efficient fulfillment of your orders, delivering across the country.
Our technicians are qualified professionals with years of radio expertise.
We aren’t a massive company full of dead weight. Customers can rest easy knowing that we can respond quickly to anything you need.
Committed to serving the Canadian consumer electronics and communications industry since 1978.
From the very beginning, Lenbrook Canada has earned a reputation for offering superior service, support, and marketing – bridging the gap between manufacturers and retailers with consistency and reliability. Our focus includes a strong emphasis on ‘relationship’, as we continue to develop long-term, value-added partnerships with our dealers and re-sellers, as well as the brands we represent.
Lenbrook Canada Solutions continues in the footsteps of the original Lenbrook business – distributing and marketing radio communication solutions across the Canadian marketplace. Our founders committed to five principals to guide the company when they set up shop almost 40 years ago: relationships, integrity, conviction, diversification, and technological advancement. Lenbrook Canada Solutions still holds these values today, as we work tirelessly to serve our dealer network, delivering a broad range of products and technology platforms from key manufactures into Canadian workplaces and homes.
Two Way Radio IC Licensing
Most Motorola and Vertex Standard business series radios utilize licensed, shared frequencies. It is the user’s obligation to license their radios properly so as to minimize interference with other business radio users. DTR Series and DLR Series do not require licensing.
The IC typically grants a user license to use a particular frequency in a given area — essentially a site license that covers all radios in service. You do not need to license each radio individually. Occasionally, frequency coordination is required by a local coordinator, which can add additional costs.