Two-Way Radio Tips
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.
If you own or manage a construction firm, you may not know that using RCA professional grade two-way radios can reduce your Experience Modification Rating (EMR) while also improving your chances of winning lucrative government construction contracts and valuable building assignments.
This week’s Two-Way Radio Tip will explain how a simple battery maintenance program can be set up for your two-way radio system to extend the battery life and improve the overall reliability of your system.
UHF or VHF?This week’s Two-Way Radio Tip will examine just exactly what are these radio frequencies, and how they affect the performance of two-way radio communication.
Discount Two-Way Radio is the nation’s leading distributor of RCA digital and analog two-way radios. As an authority of two-way radio technology, one of the most common questions we receive is what is the difference between an analog and digital signal in two-way radio technology?
So, for this week’s Two-Way Radio Tip, we are going to unpack just exactly what are the differences between analog and digital technology, and what are the advantages and disadvantages of both when it comes to two-way radios.
This week’s Two-Way Radio Tip examines what are the specific safety features on a two-way radio.
RCA Two-Way Radios are incredibly valuable tools for manufacturing facilities, construction sites, and educational campuses. But beyond improving productivity and streamlining workflow, two-way radios are also one of the most important pieces of safety equipment you can have as well. This is especially true for anyone who works alone, works in remote areas, or works in potentially dangerous environments.
But what exactly are the safety features on a two-way radio? This week’s Two-Way Radio Tip will discuss three specific safety features that can be programmed on most RCA two-way radios. These include:
- Man Down Feature
- Lone Worker Feature
- Emergency Button
There is no question about it, when it comes to certain businesses, reliable communication is everything, right? In fact, did you know that two-way radios are considered vital equipment for many professionals working in certain industries. This week’s Tuesday’s Tip examines three specific industries and why two-way radio technology is critical to their survival. Plus, we’ll provide recommendations of which two-way radio equipment works best for these industries and why.