Two-Way Radio Tips
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As part of this week’s Tuesday Two-Way Radio Tips, we will review the various parts of the RCA RDR2000 Prodigi™ series radio and how these individual parts can be used for various types of professions and industries.
In this segment of Tuesday Two-Way Radio Tips we discuss three benefits to using two-way radios for your business instead of cell phones.
As with most things, there are right and wrong ways to store and care for your radios to get the maximum use from your batteries. Here are seven different two-way radio battery saving tips to get the most use out of your radio.
I put together a list of a few of the most useful two-way radio accessories. If you are shopping for two-way radios right now, then you also want to check out the special deal I put together which includes your choice of accessory, at the bottom of the page.
Have you noticed your radio coverage area is not what it used to be and you’re getting static transmissions and “dead spots”?
Here’s a few things you can try that might help improve your radio’s effective range.
In 2013, the FCC made it mandatory for all analog two-way communications operating on wideband (25 kHz bandwidth) to transition to Narrowband (12.5 kHz bandwidth).
This has left those using analog systems frustrated by the poor coverage and scratchy signal they started to get after going Narrowband.