Forget the old brick shaped radios. Motorola has recently introduced the SL300 portable radio.
We often are asked by friends, family and clients about the status of 2-way radio in a world where everyone seems to be carrying their own personal communications device, a cell phone. Here are some of our thoughts and thoughts of those in this industry concerning this subject.
You never know what might ride along to the radio repair facility with the two way radios. This week we opened up a box to find …
The advantages of digital two-way radios are much like you would have experience when changing to a digital cellphone a few years ago, 40% longer battery life, clearer transmissions, and a small to moderate increase in range.
The current NNTN4497 Li-Ion battery and the earlier NNTN4851 NiMH batteries need to use the fast rate charger to properly charge their battery packs. The fast rate charger is easy to differentiate from the trickle charger. The fast rate charging tray has outlines of several batteries depicted on the bottom of it, while the trickle charger has only one outline of a battery.
Hardworking, durable, tough, will take a drop, these are all phrases we have customers ask about in a radio.
It has simple text messaging, up to 20% more range than the CP100, and it is digital with a crystal clear transmission that will amaze you.
When upgrading to a newer radio people often ask us “what is the best basic radio?” Our answer remains unchanged…