The most common question we receive at Amerizon is “do I need a license for my radios?” The answer is: you have options. Whether you want or need an FCC license typically depends on four critical factors.
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.
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Radio repeater technology has been around since the 1950s, 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.
Vertex’s EVX-S24 two-way radio has a waterproof rating of IP-67, but what do the numbers mean? Where does the rating come from? And what does it mean for you when purchasing a two-way radio?
Developments in modern technology have brought about the rise of digital two-way radios. Although analog two-way radios are still commonly in use today, digital radios afford so many new opportunities to their users. If you’re wondering whether or not you should make the switch to digital, here are 5 reasons why this transition could be the right move.
One of the most common questions we get asked is, “how far will I be able to transmit and receive with this radio?” Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that question. There are many factors that affect the range of 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 a better range for your two-way investment.
Radio communications have come a long way since German physicist Heinrich Hertz proved that energy could be transmitted by electromagnetic waves in the 1800s.