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January 07, 2008

Midland Radio Corporation announced today its all new mobile CB, model 1001LWX* with Weather Scan. Based on the already popular 1001z, model 1001LWX also features: RF Gain Control, Automatic Noise Limiter (ANL), Public Address Mode (PA) and Squelch Control. The new Weather Scan feature automatically scans and locks on to the strongest signal from the National Weather Service to give you important weather information while traveling.

“It is a natural progression for Midland, known as the leader in weather alert radios, to promote Weather Safety with their products” said Lindsey Houseworth, Product Manager at Midland Radio. “We provide local weather on our GMRS 2-Way, Weather, Marine, Emergency Crank Power radios and now on our newest CBs.” Midland has long been known as a leading supplier of CB radios, with an over 40 year history of developing and manufacturing high quality, rugged and durable products that stand up in the over-the-road truck and general automotive environment.


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