Why did Whistler Cancel the TRX-100 and TRX-200 ?
On March 29, 2019, Whistler announced the end of development for the long awaited TRX-100 and TRX-200.
What happened to this product, why did it fail to launch, and what does this mean for Whistler?
I have a few ideas why this might have happened and I share my thoughts on today's podcast.
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ON March 29, 2019, Whistler Wendy, took to Radio Reference to announce the death of the long awaited successor to the TRX-1 and TRX-2 scanners, the TRX-100 and TRX-200.
Whistler Group purchased the scanner radio assets from GRE in 2017. GRE closed shop in 2014 and in 2017, GRE America shut it's doors.
While Whistler released the TRX-1 and TRX-2 since acquiring the GRE assets, we have been waiting for a new and fresh update to the Whistler line.
It looked like we were going to get our chance to see something new late 2018, but we now know that is no longer the case.
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