Two-Way Radio Tips
Boating can be a great way to relax, however without proper equipment like professional quality two-way radios specifically designed for marine use, a simple boating trip can turn into a stressful and potentially dangerous experience.
If two-way radios play an important part of your work routine, then October 4 is a special day for you! Why? Well, this day is officially recognized as “National Two-Way Radio Day.”
Since Discount Two-Way Radio has been a leader in the two-way radio industry for more than 22 years, we thought it would be appropriate to recognize National Two-Way Radio Day, and provide a little history of its origin, and share with you the most popular “10 Codes” and how they came to be.
This week’s Two-Way Radio tip, Discount Two-Way Radio will show some very common issues we see occur with our customers’ radios, and even more importantly, how to solve them.
Discount Two-Way Radio’s Service Department handles every kind of customer request known to the world of two-way radios. The Department is the front line and first point-of-contact for our customers who need assistance diagnosing radio problems, ordering new radio equipment, or expediting repairs.
This week’s Two-Way Radio Tip will explore what are specific features your two-way radio should have to make sure it is tough enough to survive day-in and day-out use and abuse.
Now with school back in session you may be thinking about two-way radio communication and how it can keep your students and staff safe. We've created an informative guide that will help school administrators with answers to questions about radios, two-way radio tips, and product recommendations.
This Labor Day marks the 125th anniversary of celebrating the American worker. As tribute to the American workforce, this week’s Two-Way Radio Tip will illuminate some relatively unknown history of how Labor Day came to be.
Discount Two-Way Radio is an industry leading provider of critical communications for the construction, education, manufacturing, oil/gas, and public safety industries to name just a few. We also know that your radio communication equipment faces daily abuse from heat, water exposure, and more while working in some of the harshest of conditions. Maintaining your two-way radio equipment is the most cost-effective solution to improve your radio’s performance and lifespan.
If you’re looking to purchase a supply of two-way radios for your business or replacing an existing supply, one of the first things you will probably want to know is how far can your radios transmit? Because this is one of the most common two-way radio questions (and one of most misunderstood areas) this week’s Two-Way Radio Tip will look at what the real factors are affect “range” and impact the actual vs. optimal transmitting distances.
This week’s Two-Way Radio Tip will explain what a Two-Way Radio Surveillance Kit is and which industries could benefit from their unique designs.