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  • gerardoberger 2:55 pm on October 26, 1979 Permalink | Reply
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    Community radio to take care of consumer complaints in Mewat 

    two way radioWow. The newest 2 way radio training is breathtaking. I mean it’s just so gorgeous so sophisticated. I pity those who grew up without the walkie talkie iphone case.

    One of the country’ most backward districts, Mewat in Haryana will get India’s first community radio based consumer helpline on Wednesday. This helpline will be managed by Mewat based community radio station, Radio Mewat.

    According to an official statement, the consumer helpline on community Radio is an innovation to raise awareness among consumers in a community. The listeners can call the radio’s helpline number and leave a message, talk to a radio reporter or even come on live with their complaint.

    Consumer affairs ministry officials said that Radio Mewat will document the cases and will pass them on to agencies that can sort out the grievances. The department claimed that over five lakh people will be able to take advantage of the helpline by calling the number 8685904904.

    The radio will also commit a 30 minute slot to a consumer rights’ program where consumers will have a live show to discuss problems. Major issues such as sale of expired goods particularly medicines, sale of goods without bills, misleading advertisements etc. will be taken up during this particular segment.

    The radio-mode to address consumers’ issues has huge significance since literacy rate in this region is low and there is no mechanism that illiterate consumers can use to address their grievances.

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  • gerardoberger 12:38 pm on October 26, 1979 Permalink | Reply
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    Utility supplies License-free portable Walkie Talkie pt1 

    Article of the Day………ok so i haven’t got an article each day, but if i get a chance I’ll post articles that I find interesting. Fortunate enough here’s one of these articles that I read and had to share. Should you enjoy it as much as me, please add one of those special social media likes, you know the one which tells everyone that you loved something, rather then you sat on your arse and watched Television!

    There are many reasons why The Container Store, a Coppell, Texas-based retailer of storage systems and accessories, has made Fortune Magazine’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For” the past 15 years.

    Among those reasons: The company says its full-time staffers receive 263 hours of training during their first year, compared to the 7-hour retail industry average, and its salespeople reportedly make 50 to 100 percent more than the industry average.

    The Container Store also looks for ways to empower, and inspire, its retail staff with technology, and it is currently testing some unique new wearable tech designed to improve communication within its stores.

    Like a lot of retail companies, The Container Store uses 2 way radios, but about nine months ago, the company took its first steps away from those two-way radios and started piloting the Theatro Wearable Computer in its Austin, Texas, store. This small gadget enables hands-free voice communication over Wi-Fi networks, among other things.

    While The Container Store is only using the Theatro Wearable Computer in one store, the gadgets have already revolutionized the way its salespeople communicate. John Thrailkill, The Container Store VP of store systems and business development, says the company has been so pleased with the results that it plans to roll out Theatro Wearable Computers across its entire lineup of stores in the coming years. Thrailkill also thinks The Container Store is just starting to realize the true potential of the device.

    Theatro Wearable Computer Look and Feel

    The Theatro Wearable Computer is roughly the size of a matchbox, but a bit thicker, and clips to a pocket, lapel or lanyard. It’s made of durable plastic and weighs 1.25 ounces. It has a rechargeable (though not removable) battery that gets about nine hours of life, and it sits in an “egg-crate-like” charging tray when not in use.

    The device uses a standard headphone jack to connect an earpiece or earbuds, for audio, so it’s compatible with most headsets. The current Theatro Wearable does not support Bluetooth, however. The components would have added significant costs and complexity, because Bluetooth headsets need to be paired, connected and constantly charged, according to Chris Todd, Theatro CEO.

    The Theatro Wearable Computer has a large rubber button on its face, which is used to initiate voice commands, along with three buttons on its side: Two for volume up and down, and another that Todd calls the “disturb everybody button” because it bypasses the voice commands and lets you speak to everyone in the store, not unlike a walkie talkie. That third button is customizable, but its default function is a broadcast feature. The device also has a LED that illuminates when the battery is low.

     
  • gerardoberger 1:28 am on October 24, 1979 Permalink | Reply
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    Two way radio History & Info 

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    The fist radio audio transmitter and receiver that was coined with the name Walkie Talkie was created by Motorola. The group involved created the Motorola SCR-300 using frequency modulation. This first revision was actually backpack mounted.

    Not long afterward, during World War 2, Motorola produced what was called a Handie Talkie which rather confusingly is what we would now recognize as a Walkie Talkie. It had massively reduced performance, but was the first completely self contained handheld device.

    There are 2-way long range walkie talkie radios that will provide long distance rage communication. Many will go as far as 12 miles. The most commonly used walkie talkie devices are the ones that are hand held and contain a button on the side that you push to speak. They are great and come in very handy for many things. They are often used while camping, hiking, shopping, home projects, and even in businesses like construction.

    These walkie talkie devices provide a clear, easily accessible way to talk to someone who is not close enough to speak to face to face. Many of the two-way radios have clips and other accessories like 2-way radio headsets so that the radio can clip to your pant and allow for easy and simple access to the radio.

    The transmission range that the companies typically promote is up to 20 miles although according to the terrain you would be lucky to actually reach a 2 mile limit. Being trained previously in electronics and radio in particular I find walkie talkies to be only as effective as a line of sight signal. If you encounter a hill or mountain you can just about be assured that you will not be able to communicate at all.

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