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About Midian Electronics


Midian's History


Midian Electronics was founded in 1975 by Chuck Soulliard in Tucson, Arizona. Since its inception, Midian has been a leader in the tone signaling and voice encryption industries. Midian's first products were tone signaling modules for land mobile radio. These included DTMF, pulse tone, two-tone, and five-tone encoders and decoders. In fact, Midian was the first to design and manufacture after-market DTMF and pulse tone decoders. In 1981, Midian entered into the voice encryption market by introducing the world's first voice scrambler small enough to fit inside a portable two-way radio.

Midian has continued to expand its tone signaling and voice encryption lines, as well as venturing into new markets. Over the years, our product line has grown to include tone remote, remote control, fleet management, data modem, repeater maker, interconnect, and paging and alarm products. Midian now offers the most extensive line of plug-in products for OEM radio such as: Icom, Kenwood, Maxon, Motorola, Tait, Uniden, Vertex.


Midian's Customers


Midian's tone signaling and encryption products fit a wide variety of applications. They are used by public safety (police, fire, and ambulance), fleet (taxi, towing, fishing, etc.), government, industrial, and OEM users.

Midian's encryption products have been used by: Royal Guard for the King of Saudi Arabia, King of Morocco's Security Service, Kuwait Air Force, Mexico City Federal Police, Riyadh Police Force, Spanish Guardia Civil, and many others.


Midian's Quality Guarantee


Midian Electronics'' products have long been recognized for their high quality. This is reflected through Midian offering the best warranty in the industry - 2 years on both parts and labor.


Looking to the Future


Midian Electronics will continue to provide the innovative and quality products we have been known for over 30 years. The land mobile radio market is moving in new directions, and Midian plans to lead the way in providing after-market accessories for two-way radio.