Upgrading to digital two way radio. Is it worth it? The short answer is yes… The main improvement digital users will experience is excellent audio quality at the edge, or fringe of radio coverage. Analogue receive audio degrades gradually, while digital audio works at the same high quality right to the edge of range, then… […]Continue Reading →
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Birds Eye have chosen Radphone to install and maintain a Hytera DMR wide area IP linked radio scheme for use in their frozen pea operation. Along with around thirty MD655 mobiles, the scheme consists of three Hytera RD985 base stations linked via IP to cover their large operational area. Radphone MD, Mike O’Rourke said, We […]Continue Reading →
Digital Two Way Radio Protocols There are now a number of digital radio protocols available including DMR, dPMR, TETRA and P25. These systems are not compatible with each other. The most common Digital Two Way Radio standards for business use are DMR and dPMR. Both systems have their pros and cons and both standards […]Continue Reading →
Should I upgrade to Digital Two Way Radio? With the advent of Digital Two Way radio a few years ago there was a natural “HMMMM!?” attitude from end users. After all, considering the significant price difference, what is there to actually gain from digital? Some early adopters embraced the new technology with open arms […]Continue Reading →
A little explanation about DMR and dPMR standards may be of interest. To reduce the congestion present in today’s crowded radio spectrum, radio channels must be used more efficiently. The basic idea is to divide existing radio channels in half, thus doubling the number of channels available. The term “frequency” which most people are aware […]Continue Reading →