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Catalyst Technology delivers public safety benefits with new L3Harris XL-200M P25 Mobile Radio

Advanced control and integration of L3Harris’ multiband, multifunction P25 radio on display at IWCE 2021

IWCE 2021, Las Vegas Nevada – September 27, 2021

Catalyst Communications Technologies, a leader in Dispatch, Interoperability, Interworking and Incident Command solutions to the mission critical marketplace, announced today that it has implemented the control protocol for the new L3Harris Technologies XL-200M P25 mobile radio. Catalyst is the first company aside from L3Harris to develop advanced control of this radio, continuing a wide ranging technology and marketing partnership between the companies.

The L3Harris XL-200M is unique in the marketplace due to its wide variety of network and communications capabilities. The XL-200M is a multiband radio supporting VHF, UHF, 700/800 and 900 MHz bands, and includes built-in Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth® and GPS. The radio features an intuitive interface and high-visibility color display, allowing users to stay more focused on the job, and its optional LTE capabilities provides an on-the-go communications hub, providing hotspot capabilities that allow you to stay connected to an LMR or LTE network.

With advanced control of this radio from Catalyst, dispatchers using Catalyst’s Propulsion dispatch console can change channels and talk groups, display, declare and clear emergency indications, display unit ID’s and aliases, and execute other control functions. The advanced interface provides a wealth of real-time operational data that is available for display to dispatchers as well as programming information that facilitates system administration and maintenance. The XL-200M is the latest addition to Catalyst’s Dispatch Radio Control over IP solutions, including new configurations of ICE™ – Incident Commander Element – which provides transportable incident command and digital vehicular repeater solutions to the mission critical marketplace.

In making the announcement, Robin Grier, president of Catalyst Communications Technologies, said “Our long partnership with L3Harris continues to provide public safety with benefits and new capabilities that help first responders accomplish their mission, and our recent collaboration with L3Harris on the XL-200M is more evidence of this alliance. We continue to work closely with L3Harris to provide their customers, and ours, with communications solutions that solve real world challenges.”

Echoing Mr. Grier, L3Harris spokesperson James Potter, Director, Mission Critical Alliance, said “Catalyst joining the Mission Critical Alliance and integrating with the XL-200M is yet another example of how members can focus on what they do best and collaborate across the Alliance to enhance their offerings and drive innovation.”

Visit Catalyst at IWCE 2021 at Booth 942 to see the L3Harris XL-200M and advanced dispatch and interoperability / interworking capabilities, along with Go Kits, ICE™, Interloc™ Location Services now with LTE Smartphone tracking, IntelliLink™ Interworking and other innovations from the leader in Dispatch, Interoperability, Interworking and Incident Command for the critical communications marketplace.

Catalyst Communications Technologies, Inc. markets Radio Control over IP technology for the Critical Communications Industry and is a force for change in the effort to bring Internet-derived technologies into Critical Communications applications. Catalyst focuses on products that leverage standard Windows®-based computers to reduce cost and increase the efficiency of network operators and end users. Catalyst’s extensive product line significantly enhances modern and legacy dispatch communications systems by seamlessly bridging wireless and wireline communications networks for network-based interoperability.

Contact Catalyst at or (434) 582-6146 for additional information.

For editorial information, please contact:

John Kramer, Catalyst Communications Technologies, Inc., (434) 582-6163 or

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