The GPS-4100P Series is the next generation of PRYME’s patented location reporting devices. The GPSMIC operates as a remote speaker microphone, but also contains a GPS receiver and FSK modem. The GPSMIC can send data reports over any uncompressed voice radio channel, allowing the dispatch operator to monitor the current location of users in the field. It keeps track of assets down to the individual. It’s capable of reporting locations based on several different criteria and reporting modes can be combined to customize the system. Different GPSMIC units can use different reporting options. The GPS-4100P has been upgraded with an integrated USB port, programmable auxiliary button, and an internal GPS antenna. The GPSMIC includes PRYME’s CheckPoint mapping program and software for programming GPSMIC options. Additional features include an alarm button that alerts dispatch of the GPSMIC’s location during an emergency, and water resistant construction for long-life under heavy use. GPSMICs don't require additional channels or licensing. There’s no monthly fee for real-time GPS tracking. Functions as both a remote speaker microphone and a highly configurable GPS location device. The GPS-4100P works with virtually any two-way radio. Location reporting features: Polling - reports when requested by the operator; Push-To-Talk - reports when user sends a voice transmission; Elapsed Time - reports after a pre-programmed time; Relative Distance - reports if unit has moved a predetermined distance from its last location; Fixed Distance - alerts when a user moves outside a programmed perimeter; Base-Enabled - allows GPSMICs to view reports graphically.