During this uncertain time in our workplaces, two-way radio communications can be critical for effective and safe daily operations.
5 Key Industries that Rely on Two Way Radio Systems
Employees in a diverse set of industries rely on two way radios to get through their day. For many businesses, reliable communication is essential to the smooth running of day-to-day operations, from coordinating employees to ensuring worker safety.
Two Way Radios and School Safety
In a school environment, communicating between teachers, staff and administrators is just as important as the curriculum being taught to the students. It is critical to build an infrastructure of communications that can be fast and reliable when it matters the most.
Do I need an FCC license to operate my two way radio?
There are several different types of radio services, the 2 most common are Family Radio Service (FRS) and General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS).
So, what’s the difference? And which one is right for you?
To answer the main question: FRS does not require an FCC license to operate, while GMRS does require an FCC license to operate.
UHF & VHF Radios: What’s the Difference?
In general, UHF radios are better for indoor use because their wavelengths are shorter and better able to penetrate through steel and concrete. UHF radios broadcast at between 300 MHz and 3 GHz. VHF radio signals tend to degrade more than UHF signals indoors. UHF radios also have shorter antennas than VHF radios, making them a better fit for discreet radio devices or in situations where longer antennas are impractical, such as crowded hallways in schools.
6 factors to consider before buying the Motorola WAVE TLK 100
The WAVE TLK 100 2-way radio provides businesses with instant PTT team communications over a nationwide LTE cellular network. Offering radio, cellular service and software, it is well suited for businesses with a geographically dispersed workforce.
Motorola WAVE and Zello Go Head-to-Head
Customers have been asking us an all too important question: “Which is better: Motorola Push-to-Talk or Zello”? This brief article will answer that question and help your business make an informed decision on which product to purchase. First, let’s take about the basics of each service:
5 Useful Tips for Upgrading to Digital Radios
Digital radios are rapidly replacing analog radios in the Two Way world. How can you make the transition from analog to digital as easy and affordable as possible?
Five Reasons Your Distribution Center Needs Two-Way Radios
For fast, efficient, worry-free communication, nothing beats two-way radios. More reliable and less expensive than cell phones, two-way radios are used by public safety organizations, event organizers, schools, and a number of other industries and organizations.
Digital vs. Analog Radios: What You Need to Know
When it comes to two way radios, the differences between digital and analog radios can have far-reaching implications for users such as range, clarity, and general functionality.