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From public safety to manufacturing applications, we offer a full range of wireless solutions that support your business operations. Learn more about how we can help you improve efficiency through quality communications.


Silke Communications' digital radio network supports users from the Canadian border all the way down the West Coast to Mexico. The NXDN-based network delivers a very high level of reliability matched only by its voice and data quality.

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We've been serving schools - both the facilities and transportation sides - for decades. We recently expanded our offerings to help our customers bridge the gap between communications and crisis response. Learn more about our one-button remove lockdown service: SchoolLockEd™ as well as how we can help with instant connections to your 911 center.

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Silke Communications President Appointed to EWA’s Private Wireless Education Council

The Enterprise Wireless Alliance has announced the addition of Silke Communications President Jim Silke, Jr. to the Board of Trustees of the Private Wireless Education Council (PWEC). The Enterprise Wireless Alliance is the leading advocate for business enterprises, private carrier operators, wir...  continue >>

Explosive Growth Continues: Heading South

CA Central Valley, Merced Get Silke Office

Silke Communications continues its aggressive growth trend, this time with a new high-visibility, convenient location in Merced, California. This is the company’s fifth new location in...  continue >>

In Memory: Jim Silke, Sr.

We are sad to share the news that the founder of Silke Communications, Jim Silke Sr., passed away on September 15, 2020 at his home on a lake at the Oregon Coast. He was surrounded by his family. He was 80. Jim and his wife Carol opened the first Silke Communications storefront in the mid 1960s. Jim Sr. continued to work at the E...  continue >>

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