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On the Job: 3 Reasons to Choose Two-Way Radios for Worksite Communication

Communication on a job site is an important part of keeping the project running smoothly and efficiently. Coordinating equipment, materials, and people requires a reliable mode of communication. Two-way radios have long been relied upon in the construction environment, but in recent years smartphones have become an option also. But

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8 Important Criteria for Evaluating a Two Way Radio System

If you’re in the market for a two way radio system, you have many criteria to meet and a wide array of options. Navigating through the sea of options can seem daunting, but letting the current and future needs of your agency or department guide the purchasing process can help

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Cellphone Vs. Two-Way Radio – Choose the Right Mode of Communication

Organizations with a need to equip their personnel with communications solutions may be faced with a decision: choose conventional two-way radio, or choose a cellular platform to keep everyone in the loop. It may seem that ‘smartphones’ offer more features, but the decision isn’t easily won by the bells and

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Communications Crossroad: Upgrade or Replace Your Two Way Radio System

In today’s world of two way radio systems, there are a variety of decisions to be made. One of the biggest crossroads that agencies face is when components of the existing system have begun to fail. Do you slip replacement pieces into the existing system, or do you begin the procurement

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Bridge the Communication Gap with P25

Imagine a scenario in which establishing order is absolutely critical, and cooperation among agencies is essential. But there’s one big problem – no two groups are speaking the same language, and even within agencies, departments are speaking different languages. The language barrier makes it nearly impossible to work cohesively or

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