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  • gerardoberger 12:28 am on September 26, 1989 Permalink | Reply
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    TK-2302 3302 Compact VHF UHF FM Portable Radio 

    The basis of the post is to make you consider what in life is essential and what does getting the up-to-date walkie talkie microphone really represent to people

    For clear, reliable communications indoors or out, rain or shine, there’s no beating Kenwood’s compact TK-2302/3302 transceiver. Based on a proven design, but refined and updated with enhanced features, it has the power and performance to satisfy even the toughest job requirements, due in part to the MIL-STD 810 & IP54/55 weather-proofing. A model of ergonomic excellence on the outside, inside it’s packed with such features as priority scan, built-in VOX and a voice scrambler. No wonder the smart new TK-2302/3302 is attracting such attention.


    The rounded ergonomic contours of the TK-2302/3302 naturally provide a superbly comfortable hold, while the non-slip elastomer channel knob with improved torque characteristics and enlarged PTT button ensure a positive tactile response during operation.


    Built tough to take rough treatment in its stride, the TK-2302/3302 has passed the demanding IP54/55 dust and water intrusion tests, both with and without the KMC-45 optional speaker microphone. It also meets or exceeds 11 stringent MIL-STD 810 C/D/E/F environmental standards, including “driven rain”. So whatever the weather, the TK-2302/3302 is ever ready for action.


    Clear audio means confident communications, but power output is not the only factor that determines how easy it is to use a radio in varying noisy environments. As an experienced audio specialist, Kenwood can draw on decades of expertise at every step: component selection, construction, optimization, evaluation and analysis. The resulting audio performance, specially engineered for transceivers, is undeniably clearer and crisper. Just listen to the difference.


    The radio’s encoder/decoder function uses QT/DQT to segregate talk groups so you only hear calls from your own group. 5-TONE SIGNALLING (Encode only) The 5-tone encoder function can send 5-tone ID to another radio with 5-tone decode.


    The two PF Keys can be programmed for any of the many functions available on the TK-2302/3302, permitting a customized fit for your requirements.


    The rotary and key controls on the radio can provide voice confirmation of radio status or operating mode, which is convenient when you are not able to look at the TK-2302/3302 – for example, if it’s in your pocket. English is the default language, but you can switch to French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Russian or Chinese.



    Radio channels can be programmed* independently for VOX, scrambler and compander functions. This means you can switch a function on or off simply by changing channels (on the same frequency).


    The TK-2302/3302 provides ample capacity for operating with multiple channels or walkie talkie systems.


    The voice-inversion scrambler provides basic protection against casual eavesdropping.


    Enjoy the convenience of hands-free operation using any optional headset. Offering a 10-level sensitivity adjustment, the internal VOX (voice-operated transmission) function automatically activates PTT when you start talking. This is great for specialized tasks or events that require hands-free, constant or repetitive communications.

  • gerardoberger 1:58 am on August 25, 1989 Permalink | Reply
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    Commissioners OK new radios for domestic relations personnel 

    two way radio manufacturersThe basis of this post is to make you consider what in life is significant and what does getting the up-to-date Walkie talkie really represent to people
    Deputy sheriffs working for the Domestic Relations Office will be able to perform their jobs better as the result of the Schuylkill County Commissioners approving on Wednesday the purchase of improved two way radio equipment.
    The purchase of the Motorola portable radio equipment will help Deputy Sheriffs/Investigators James Hayes and Robert W. Phillips communicate with the office and will not be paid for with county money, Executive Director Lynn Bucklar said.
    “There would be no cost at all to the county,” Bucklar told the commissioners just before they authorized the $18,133 purchase of the equipment from Green’s Communication, Pottsville.
    Bucklar said the office will use grant money from its incentives program to buy the equipment, which will be compatible with the new Schuylkill County Communications Center system and also should improve the deputies’ safety.
    “That’s to bring them in compliance with the new system that’s coming,” county Administrator Mark J. Scarbinsky said. “They’re getting it through the grant program.”
    Scarbinsky said the new system should be fully tested and ready before the end of 2014.
    In other business, the commissioners:

    • Approved an amended to the contract with Barletta Materials, Hazleton, to decrease the cost of repairs to County Bridge 120 to $392,605.55, representing a savings of $24,720.80. Scarbinsky said the bridge is on Black Creek Road between Barry and Butler townships. The money saved will be available for other projects in the liquid fuels program, according to county engineer Lisa Mahall.
    • Appointed two new employees for Rest Haven, the county nursing home. Patricia Howerter, Mount Carmel, will be a per diem licensed practical nurse to be paid at a rate of $18 per hour. Shane McCoog, Mahanoy City, will be a part-time storeroom clerk to be paid at a rate of $9 per hour.
    • Announced that next week’s meeting will be held at 10 a.m. April 23 at the Mahanoy Area High School Auditorium, Mahanoy City.
  • gerardoberger 11:28 pm on September 18, 1988 Permalink | Reply
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    MOTOTRBO Helps Sears DDC Keep Deliveries Moving 

    Whilst many of our visitors might be interested by some of our own content pieces, here is one i discovered whilst looking around blogger that is much better written than I might ever hope to achieve. Maybe in the future I’ll get to their level, you never know.

    two way radio app androidAs part of its continuing goal to provide next day delivery on large home and garden items, Sears opened its Jacksonville, Florida direct distribution center in May of 2008. With seven day shipping, consistent, reliable communications was critical in order to coordinate the large volume of products that went through receiving and shipping on a daily basis. MOTOTRBO digital Icom radios are used to enable the entire warehouse to talk radio to radio without a repeater; the crisp audio enables conversation even in the noisy environment; and the long lasting batteries last through multiple shifts for increased productivity.

    Sears Holding Center opens 812,000 sq. ft. facility

    In May 2008, Sears Holding Corp. opened its newest direct distribution center (DDC) in Jacksonville, Florida. The new 812,000-square-foot warehouse is the distribution point for home appliances, tractors, televisions and other large items to local warehouses for more than 112 Sears and Kmart stores in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

    “This facility will allow Sears to expand our appliance distribution capabilities and moves us closer to our goal of becoming more effective and efficient,” said Jim Mixon, senior vice president of supply chain and operations for Sears Holdings, in an interview with the Jacksonville Business Journal.

    The new facility, located on 130 acres in the NorthPoint Industrial Park, consolidated two smaller warehouses that Sears Holdings operated in Jacksonville. With a new facility and a larger, busier warehouse to manage, Sears DDC Facilities Manager, Mike Harbert, began looking for a communications system that would be better suited to the environment.

    Looking for long battery life and better audio

    Harbert found that the company’s existing radios did not provide the audio quality required in the noisy warehouse environment, or the battery life needed to last through an entire shift.

    “The problem with the batteries was that we ran three shifts and we shared the radios from shift to shift,” Harbert says. “The guys knew that when
    they came in, the battery would be dead in a couple of hours, so they switched out the battery at the beginning of their shift even though it had another couple of hours on it.”

    Because the batteries were not completely discharged before recharging, memory effect shortened the life of the batteries even further, and eventually even the fresh batteries wouldn’t last an entire shift.

    While the existing communications the Sears DDC staff had been using were sufficient in the older smaller warehouses, they were limited. Once the operations moved to the much larger warehouse, they quickly realized better communications, clearer audio, and longer lasting batteries would be required.

    Harbert worked with Hasty’s Communications, a Motorola authorized dealer, to recommend a solution.

    MOTOTRBO digital radios deliver the right package

    Mathews recommended MOTOTRBO radios based on Sears DDC’s existing environment and loaned
    Harbert some radios to try them out for himself. The digital radios’ enhanced audio, featuring background noise suppression, was especially was especially attractive to Harbert to deliver clear audio, even when standing next to the noise generated by the large diesel trucks.

    “The radios worked well and the audio was so crystal clear that even though the background was noisy, it was like the person you were talking to was standing right next to you,” Harbert says.

    Harbert also liked the fact that, in spite of the warehouse’s large size and structure, he would not need to purchase repeaters.

    “We talk radio to radio and I haven’t found a place in the warehouse or throughout the 45 to 50 acre area where we can’t talk to each other,” he says. “I’ve actually been down the street about a half mile or so and was able to call back to the building with no problem.”

    Long-lasting batteries keep communications going during Hurricane Fay

    As Hurricane Fay slowly made its way through Florida toward Jacksonville in mid August, Harbert and his team began preparing the facility and grounds for a direct hit. Once again, the MOTOTRBO radios provided clear communications and,
    equally important, long-lasting batteries that kept communications available.

    “We lost power early on and switched to our large UPS systems in the data room to keep our crucial data equipment running,” recalls Harbert. “The nice thing about the radios was that after our cell phone batteries began dying, we were still able to keep communicating with the MOTOTRBOs due to their long-lasting batteries.”

    Between the rapid IMPRES™ battery charger and the control process Harbert instituted that maintains both battery inventory and user accountability, the batteries have lasted even longer than expected. According to Harbert, he can now easily keep the radios operating through long shifts with half the spare inventory required by the old radios.

    With longer talk time, clearer audio delivery, and the ruggedness that meets military standards for durability and reliability, MOTOTRBO radios offer a private, cost-effective solution that can be tailored to meet unique coverage and feature needs.

  • gerardoberger 9:28 am on November 10, 1987 Permalink | Reply
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    Richland County Commissioners seek to fix issues with sheriff’s radios 

    two way radio jobs australiaWith very little information on the internet about 2 way Radio’s, it is very rare when we get a chance to re post, with permission, an article from this industry.
    Richland County Commissioners hope to decide by the end of summer how to resolve coverage problems with the sheriff’s office dispatch Walkie talkies and convert the department to a digital system.
    Commissioners met Tuesday with sheriff’s representatives, other officials and two potential vendors to discuss tests that were done to see if “holes” in radio coverage could be resolved with repeaters in cruisers instead of an entirely new system.
    Sheriff Steve Sheldon told commissioners in March that an experiment with low band repeaters in several cruisers did not resolve the coverage problems and recommended the county buy Motorola brand radios through the state’s Multi-Agency Radio Communications System (MARCS) at an estimated cost of $630,000. The MARCS radios would meet upcoming federal digital requirements.
    Earlier this month, Arlin Bradford of Vasu Communications, which maintains the Two way Radio system, said the test was not done as well as it could have been. He said buying Kenwood brand MARCS-compatible radios through state purchasing would cost just under $400,000 and provide double the number of portable radios through a limited-time upgrade offer. The extra portables could be distributed to township and village police and fire departments to help them save on digital conversion, he said.
    On Tuesday, administrative Sgt. Jim Sweat disputed the suggestion that the test was not done well. “Our test was to turn the radios on and press the button to talk,” he said. “We did not try to scan channels or do anything else with the functionality of the system.”
    Sweat said the Motorola radios offered through MARCS were better and more reliable than the Kenwood model Bradford proposed. He also offered to conduct a test of both systems from 40 locations — including one in each township — and one internal location at each rural school. He estimated the test would take two or three days.
    “What it comes down to is we agree that MARCS is the system we’re going with, and it’s a matter of what end user system we use to communicate with MARCS,” Sweat said.
    Butler police Chief Brian Darby urged officials to make sure the Butler and Bellville areas are evaluated. “Butler and the Clear Fork Valley have no communications right now,” he said, noting that he never had a problem with Motorola Kenwood walkie talkies when he was an Ohio Highway Patrol trooper. “I’ve been around since MARCS was conceived, but if another radio works as well, that’s fine.”
    Frank Cody, a Motorola representative with Bender Communications’ Mansfield office, said testers should make sure MARCS programs the same feature sets and talk groups into all brands of radios tested. He said officials also should use the same antennas and microphones in order to get a complete replication of what deputies will use in the field.
    Commissioners also want an accurate figure for the number of radios needed, including upgrades for any jail-related units. Commissioner Ed Olson said the board hopes to decide on a solution by early July and have the treasurer’s office complete the paperwork by early August.
    “It’s essential that we propose equipment to maintain the safety of officers in the field. Safety is utmost over cost,” Olson said. “If the officer is safe, that goes a long way to keeping the public safe.”
    In other business Tuesday:
    • Commissioners approved an extended payment plan for the sanitary sewer connection fee for a new Subway Restaurant on Interstate Circle off Hanley Road.
    • The board approved a contract with Page Excavating of Lucas, which was the low bidder for a flood plain demolition of a home on Ohio 61 north in Shelby.
    • The board had an hour-long executive session with Dayspring officials to discuss a personnel issue.

  • gerardoberger 12:47 am on June 18, 1980 Permalink | Reply
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    The Kenwood NextEdge 

    This short article is posted by the faithful consent of two way radio for cruise.co.uk, that is the original blog. please get consent from that site before reposting this piece.

    Founded in Japan in 1947, Kenwood is a leading developer and manufacturer of consumer electronics and communications equipment renowned by consumers and industry professionals around the world for providing products of the highest design, quality, performance, and value.

    Today Kenwood continues to take a leading role in developing market-driven products and is one of the largest manufacturers of communications equipmentin the world – serving tens of thousands customers across hundreds of applications with analogue and digital radio communications solutions and amateur radio equipment in over 160 countries.

    It is a central Kenwood belief to listen to the market and develop exacting products that address customers’ needs at the highest possible value.

    Digital Icom radio Communications

    Kenwood introduced its first professional two-way radios in 1978, entering the US land mobile market in 1983 and the European market in 1991.

    In 2001, Kenwood released its first digital two-way radio transceiver operating on the P25 protocol and having jointly developed the NXDN™ digital protocol, launched the NEXEDGE® range of advanced digital two-way radios in 2008, winning the prestigious Federation of Communications Services, Gerald David OBE Innovation in Business Radio Award in 2010.

    To date, there are over 600,000 NEXEDGE® devices in use with thousands of customers across hundreds of applications, from Business & Industry to Mission Critical Public Safety in over 160 countries. Naturally, a flexible and reliable system is just a part of a successful and effective radio communications solution.

    To harness and exploit the full potential of Kenwood NEXEDGE® digital radio equipment, Kenwood has introduced the Kenwood Solution Developers Programme (KSDP).

    Leading application developers have been selected for innovative and unique solutions that integrate seamlessly with Kenwood NEXEDGE® digital and other Kenwood two-way analogue radio products.

    Every specialist company in the Kenwood Solution Developers Programme* has been selected for their software and/or hardware solutions designed to work with Kenwood NEXEDGE® or analogue radios. While KSDP members are all independent companies, they are nonetheless part of the extended Kenwood family in recognition of their commitment to delivering the highest standards of quality and service.

    Kenwood is committed to an all embracing and dynamic digital product strategy free from the constraints of technology platforms and operating protocols and in May 2013 introduced its NEXEDGE® ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) range of dPMR digital devices including Repeaters, Mobile and Hand Portable radios.

    Analogue Licensed and License-free 2 Way Radio Communications

    Kenwood introduced its first professional two-way radios in 1978, entering the US land mobile market in 1983 and the European market in 1991.

    In 1995, Kenwood launched its TK-250 licensed hand portable analogue two-way radio walkie talkie which quickly set new standards for quality, reliability and durability in operation. To date Kenwood analogue devices are in use across the world in every application from peer to peer to trunked network communications.

    Having established a strong presence in licensed analogue radio, with hand-portable and mobile radios, base stations and repeaters, the Company turned its attentions to the license-free PMR446 frequency band following the European Communications Committee’s decision to replace the Short-Range Business Radio service (SRBR).

    The legendary Kenwood Pro-Talk PMR446 Walkie Talkie, now in its third generation has proven itself across a wide variety of Business & Industry as well as in semi-professional applications – its unbeatable combination of Kenwood build quality, ease of use and performance making it the first choice for discerning users

    Analogue ATEX Safety Hand Portable Two Way Radios

    Kenwood’s analogue ATEX two way hand portable radios have been designed to meet European Directives to control standards for equipment and protective systems used in hazardous and potentially explosive environments.

    Typical application areas include oil rigs and refineries, gas storage and installation activities, chemical plants, mining operations and other workplaces with exposure to combustible dusts where worker safety and reliable communications are paramount.

  • gerardoberger 10:44 pm on November 23, 1977 Permalink | Reply
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    The Motorola DP2400 Review 2 way radio 

    With such a lot of information around the net about two way radio frequency list’s it’s hard to find the top and largely honest articles. here’s an article from a good website that i believe to be factual, don’t quote me on it but please read and enjoy

    two way radio phone patchA two-way radio has to be able to work quickly and efficiently. It has to be simple to use, robustly designed and multi-faceted enough to appeal to a variety of users. Fortunately, Motorola are very, very good at fulfilling these criteria. So, with that in mind, we put the DP 2400 through its paces.


    The clarity of digital audio is undeniable. But if you still prefer analogue, then don’t despair. The DP 2400 Walkie Talkie is completely comfortable handling both analogue and digital signals.

    But there’s a lot more it can do besides that.

    The DP 2400 can even use its ‘IP Site Connect’ function to expand the capability of the device via the Internet. In addition, the ‘capacity plus’ function can use a single-site trunking system to enable over a thousand voice or data transfer-users without adding any new frequencies. It can even use an (optional) ‘linked capacity plus’ feature (a multi-site version of the ‘capacity plus’ function) that works in tandem with the IP functionality to ensure even broader fields of communication over greater distances.

    There’s even an enhanced security function.

    The Motorola DP 2400 comes in both VHF and UHF forms.


    At £284, this is a reasonably priced, yet high spec, device. With the release of the 3400, we can reasonably expect the price to drop a little more as well soon, but probably not by an incredible amount, as both models do seems to specialize in slightly different areas.

    Overall, it does look like Motorola are offering a good radio-based product for your money, yet again.


    The design is hardy and utilitarian; this is the sort of two-way radio a security guard or professional soldier might use. Its tough, square edged and no-nonsense, but it still looks modern and professional. On top of this, the DP 2400’s ease of use makes the simplicity of the design a perfect marriage of model and operation.

    As with most of Motorola’s designs, the DP2400 is a tough little doohickey. The bodywork is so tightly sealed, in fact, that it is almost completely dust and sand proof and has a water protection rating of IP55 (that means you can use it in the rain, but you probably can’t take it snorkelling).

    The audio performance of the DP2400 Walkie Talkie is nothing short of spectacular. It even adjusts the levels to compensate for background noise automatically.

    In fact, so high performance is this radio, that it actually meets US military standard 810 C D E F and G.

    The only negative we could find was that the design was slightly bulky and the battery was a little heavy, however, the battery life is so good that we really don’t mind. Besides, it’s reassuring to be absolutely sure that you aren’t about to lose the product (you’d soon notice if you dropped it).

    As an optional extra, you can even get a function that will interrupt an existing signal in order to deliver critical information without waiting for a line to close/open.


    It really does seem as if Motorola have thought of everything this time around. What we’ve got here is a two-way radio that is pretty close to perfection. It seems to do anything you could possibly want it to and, when ‘pimped out’ with all the optional extras, it will surely do a lot more besides.

    There aren’t really any downsides with this product, it works extremely well, is pretty much top of the line in its price range and is bang up to date technologically. What more can you ask for?

    For more information on the Motorola DP2400 2 way radio visit 2wayradionline.co.uk


  • gerardoberger 1:15 am on December 16, 1973 Permalink | Reply
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    What do you think when the word Walkie Talkie is used 

    walkie talkie long rangeAgain a new piece i found remarkable around the subject matter of 2 way radio with headset’s, what would you need to do if i didn’t post this ehh? you’d have to find the initial content, and the chances you found it would be slim, so think yourself fortunate that i’ve shared this wonderful article with you.

    When anybody mentions walkie talkies it always congers in the image of having fun with your buddies like a youthful child or even the legendary theif inside a film attempting to find the hero in certain destitute scrap yard or boat ruin. Walkie Talkies however enjoy a much wider use so you might then want to think about something like the Icom F25SR that could help you out with your event here. Developed in The Second World War to be used through the military there use eventually spread to public safety, commercial and jobsite work. Today obviously they’re broadly used over the public, commercial and sector.

    The Radio is really a hands held portable two-way radio receiver that is normally has a push to speak switch which begins transmission. An average Radio phone is really a single unit which resembles a mobile phone phone by having an antenna adhering from the top and may vary in dimensions with respect to the product you buy. Hands-held transceivers might be accustomed to communicate between one another, in order to vehicle-mounted or base stations. An earpiece-microphone-combination may also be used for discreet use. You can buy Licensed Walkie Talkies for commercial use, that are usually ruggedized to safeguard them, or Licence Free items for individual use which might make this worth while and get you thinking about Radio Hire and what this can do in terms of business promotion.

    walkie talkies may be used because they build site employees, peace of mind in shopping centres or a celebration within an arena or possibly an outside festival. They are ideal for a company endeavor where employees might be disseminate everywhere, but still need remain in close connection with one another. These kinds of Walkie Talkies could be more costly but buying a trusted two-way radio device could be imperative for public safety. If you want them for any one-time event you will find firms that can hire out sets appropriate for the specific needs.

    Walkie Talkies not just possess a use available world they may be employed for interacting for a lot of outside leisure activities. Although a lot of us use cell phones to speak what as within an atmosphere were the cell phone signals are weak or unavailable whatsoever? For instance when you’re on the skiing, hiking or camping holiday when safety and communication is essential and is pricey and hard to rely on if you’re depending on the cell phone and worldwide roaming.

  • gerardoberger 3:10 am on February 14, 1973 Permalink | Reply
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    Why use a Walkie Talkie 

    My basic review of a new article it begins well, looks rather awesome, is simple to run and very power efficient, the communication devices boonton nj really is a excellent product. I’m pleased I bought it, read more beneath.

    When it comes to walkie talkies, many folks get confused by claims of producers about range. Keep in thoughts that challenging radio environments will rapidly cut your range to a minimum of about 300 yards, or about a mile or so in somewhat much better circumstances. Steel cars are even worse, and tinted windows are only a little much better. Only lots of height will get you to the maximums claimed by manufacturers. In any case, the manufacturers test their radios under decidedly unrealistic conditions, using facilities in the unobstructed flat-lands of Florida, using elevated testing platforms. Discussion on 2 way radio energy:

    This service is licensed for the maximum amount of power that the government allows; about 4 watts. FRS or Family Radio Service radios are automatically limited to only 1/2 watt; barely enough to get down the street. Most much better radios are billed as combined GMRS/FRS, but the walkie talkie automatically cuts power to 1/2 watt on the GMRS channels. Walkie Talkies are not cell phones

    This is a lot of power, thinking about that most digital cell phones these days operate on about 500 milliwatts or less, most of the time. However, cell phones use a near invisible network of “cell” sites all close to us, on high building corners, hills and mountain tops, so they seldom have to reach up and out farther than a couple of hundred yards. Cell websites use height and power to boost variety of your tiny cellphone signal. A walkie talkie has to do things the tough way, without the assist of a cell site. However, four watts will drain a battery quickly and requires slightly more expensive, larger and heavier internal components to handle the additional energy.

    Getting said this, anybody who has spent time in the field with these issues knows that dependable communications is key. Some settings, such as using radios car to car, on urban streets or in heavily forested areas will reduce the variety of even the most powerful radio from miles to a couple of hundred yards. “Line-of-site” is the rule for radios like this, so if you have height, your range will be greatly extended. With obstructions, signals may be absorbed or reflected away.

    The rule of thumb, even for somebody just getting enjoyable with these radios, is the much more power the better. In the wilderness, trees and rocks form similar barriers to radio signals, but as a safety device outdoors the radios truly need to perform reliably so the max energy makes for more peace of mind in tracking children and hiking partners. Therefore, unless you really require the little size of the five.five inch Cobra LI5600 two Way Radio, you may want to go for the increased power of Cobra’s seven inch (including antenna) LI7020, or LI7200.

    Radios are inexpensive enjoyable for the whole family. When it comes to variety however, maintain your expectations realistic. Read your instruction manual, keep your settings as simple as feasible and go for it in the both genuine and urban jungles!

  • gerardoberger 11:22 pm on May 12, 1971 Permalink | Reply
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    Satellite two Way Radio Has Gone Portable – Sirius vs XM 

    What’s your favourite feature of the zigbee communication device? In my opinion, I much like the design job – It is cooler than an Inuit’s underpants!

    walkie talkie earphonesSatellite Radio Has Gone Portable – XM vs Sirius

    I for one have thought seriously about subscribing to a Satellite Radio Account. There have been several reasons why I have delayed signing up though. At first it was about the cost. That is not really an issue now. Then it was the choice of radios. I wanted one that I could use in my car and one that is handheld for my workouts.

    If you have ever driven cross country you know what is like to loose a great radio station and then have to search for another. The scratch and static is annoying but you hope to be able to hear the end of the song or the next sentence of a talk radio host. Finally, when you can no longer understand or stand the noise you hit the search button.

    Sirius Satellite Radio See all 4 photos Satellite Radio on the Move Enter – Satellite Radio in the USA. Although Satellite walkie talkie has been in existence before 2001 it was intended for stationary listening. In 2001 Satellite radio went mobile. Sirius and XM utilizing different systems started to provide similar entertainment services to the busy and always on the move US listeners. Sirius with its elliptical orbits and XM with its repeaters fill the bill.

    The diversity of Satellite radio is achieved due to gigantic amounts of digital and CD (Sirius’s 7 terabytes vs XM’s 22 terabytes) storage and the ability to retransmit programming from off site locations such as sporting events, news broadcasts and entertainment venues. Files kept in storage is continually being updated and refreshed. Sirius and XM also maintain numerous studios where artists can perform their acts live.

    Now back to my original attraction to mobile Satellite Radio. My interest began to peak once the portable-handheld radios began to surface. They are not inexpensive by any means but they are becoming more accessible. Below I have listed several Satellite Radios. Another option is to listen to Satellite Radio on an internet enabled PDA or cell phone.

    The next hurdle is to decide which service (Sirius vs XM) to subscribe to. Although both services are very similar, their programming is different. The decision will be based on the availability of the type of programming that you prefer. For example, if sports are your favorite programming – research each to see which offers programming closest to your preferences.

    Listed below are highlights of each service.

  • gerardoberger 9:14 pm on May 19, 1970 Permalink | Reply
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    Understanding Wireless LAN networking 

    With very little information on the internet about walkie talkie kaskus’s, it is very rare when we get a chance to re post, with permission, an article from this industry.

    Understanding wireless and wireless LAN networking allow you to correctly plan should you require Radio Hire and design the effective deployment of wireless systems whether it is home-networking or using outside lengthy-range WLAN for rural internet connectivity.

    Wireless networking enables computer systems and peripheral devices to speak using motorola walkie talkie waves transmissions instead of over conventional network cabling. Using wireless Ethernet adaptors, any device able to be utilized on a normal computer network could be utilized on the wireless connection for task varying from file and printer discussing to multimedia and access to the internet.

    Wireless Ethernet Technologies are layed out by some standards known as IEEE 802.11. Although other wireless technologies and methods exist, the term wireless is usually utilized in mention of the the IEEE 802.11 standards.

    The communication methods for wireless networking are based on the Institute of Domestic Electricians (IEEE) 802.11 standard, which includes the 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g methods (although other standards are happening). Probably the most broadly used of these is 802.11b (Wireless-B), that is more reliable compared to faster 802.11a (Wireless-A) standard, and it is more cost-effective to create and operate too. Wireless-G or 802.11g, is really a more recent protocol that’s increasingly broadly adopted by suppliers because it is able to accelerates to 54Mbps as opposed to the 11Mbps of 802.11b products.

    It’s no more rare to locate products like a walkie talkie that support the 3 standards, but generally, Wireless-G is made to be backwards suitable for Wireless-B products. Thus Wireless-B and Wireless-A products won’t use each other, nor could they be suitable for Wireless-G products.

    Some producers offer models with dual-band (Wireless A & G/B) auto-switch way of greater communication versatility. Network organizers can plan their network deployment using a mixture of Wireless-B,G or perhaps a.

    Wireless 802.11 standard utilizes the license-free rf bands round the 2.4GHz and/or 5GHz ranges. The 802.11b and 802.11g methods make use of the 2.4GHz band whereas 802.11a uses the 5GHz band. Wireless-B is undoubtedly typically the most popular standard, using the more recent Wireless-G (802.11g) and Wireless-A (802.11a) closing in fast.

    Wi-FI or Wireless Fidelity is really a certification program established through the Wi-Fi Alliance to make sure interoperability of wireless products. Initially, the word Wi-Fi was intended as interchangeable with 802.11b, but more lately it’s extended to pay for any 802.11 network.

    WLAN or Wireless Lan, is really a computer network -or part thereof- that includes wireless products. Inside a WLAN network, a regular LAN set-up could be extended to incorporate wireless products utilizing an entry way. Although wireless systems could be completely separate from conventional network, WLAN usually forms part of the existing wired network.

    Wireless Transmission ranges vary greatly and decreasing the bandwidth will raise the coverage area, a standard 802.11b or 802.11g device will routinely have a variety of about 30m indoor or more to 120m line-of-sight outdoors. The primary reason for that variance between inside and line-of-sight coverage is the fact that walls along with other objects do slow down the wireless signal. Because wireless transmissions are really low frequency radio waves, they’ll pass through walls along with other solid matter relatively simple. As distance increases, the throughput decreases. It is because lower signal strength lead to dropped packets and create a general reduction in network efficiency.

    Comprehending the technology in wireless and wireless LAN/WAN networking enables the planner the versatility of utilizing wired and wireless systems. You will find areas that wired systems can’t go because of distance, terrain or topography thus when the planner has understanding on wireless LAN networking, the more, faster and simple it’s to deploy a highly effective wireless network.

    Focusing on how wireless LAN works will even assist you to plan deployment of the rural wi-fi access service. Wireless LAN is an extremely cost-effective solution for necessary internet connectivity needs in far, remote towns. WISP is a great and potential business in remote areas.

    Either you utilize commercial “off-the-shelf” WLAN gadget, tweak and improve its performance by utilizing greater-gain outside antenna or purchase a true-outside lengthy-range Wireless LAN. For assured network performance, service-quality and fewer network down time, we advise while using latter.

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