Most businesses use two-way radios for the same reasons; they want reliable, private, instant communication among their workforce. But all companies operate differently, and therefore will have different communication needs.
A manufacturing plant may be looking for a way thattheir radio users can communicate clearly with their handheld radios in a loud environment, whereas a retail store may need discrete communication option so customers will not be distracted from their shopping experience. This is where two-way radio accessories come into the play.
Radio repeater technology has been around since the 1950’s, but as technology changes, the repeater is becoming a multi-faceted, system enhancer that delivers the private, secure, instant, long range radio communications that are needed by growing businesses.
Understanding the difference between VHF and UHF two-way radios will prepare you to make an informed choice about which device is right for you. Fundamentally, VHF stands for “Very High Frequency” and UHF stands for “Ultra High Frequency.” By the sound of it these options don’t vary too much, but keep on reading to learn how the two are actually very distinct. Each one has its own pros and cons, and they each suit different needs.
We are asked by many customers how to know if your battery is covered under warranty. We hope this helps many of our great customers understand which batteries are currently under warranty.
Choosing the right business two-way radio is an important step in building your communication system. It is an investment that will affect the way your business operates for many years, so it is important to do research and consult a two-way radio professional before making your final decision.
That way, you're sure your business will get exactly what it needs.We have outlined many key questions for you to answer to help with choosing your ideal business two-way radios.
One of the most common questions we get asked is “How far will I be able to transmit and receive with this radio?”, but unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that question. There are many factors that affect the range of a two-way radio: terrain, environment, the radio’s power and even the antenna. Today, we will discuss some of these factors and the best tips for combating them to get you better range for your two-way investment.