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If you work in an industry where you come into contact with hazardous or flammable materials on a regular basis, the use of intrinsically safe radios and accessories is essential to ensure you and your team stay safe and connected....
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What is real world range and how can it affect the way you communicate with two-way radios?...
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If your radios batteries have stopped charging, there could be any number of causes. This helpful guide will take you step by step through the process of diagnosing and fixing the problem....
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Knowing what accessories you need to suit your industry or specific workload is a great way to customise your communication solution to work for you....
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Multi-unit chargers are a simple way to charge your handheld two way radios, providing an all in one solution for ensuring your fleet of radios is ready for a full day of effective communication....
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While mobile radios and their accessories are tools that are made for enduring wear and tear, they are not indestructible. If you are wanting your radios to live a long life, it's a good idea to know how to look after them as well as possible....
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How-To-Radio: IP Rating

April 12, 2019
Understanding IP ratings for radios can be incredibly useful when buying a new radio, as it will let you know what conditions your radios can withstand. Knowing what these codes mean will help you to make an informed decision before you commit to a purchase....
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If you have an event coming up, a great way to ensure it runs smoothly is by implementing a two way radio solution. Renting radios is a great way to get all of the gear you need at once, without the initial investment....
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Antennas are a simple and cost effective way to boost reception and tailor your two-way radio setup to your specific needs. In the second part of this two part series we will cover the difference between helical and monopole antennas....
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Antennas are a simple and cost effective way to boost reception and tailor your two-way radio setup to your specific needs. In the first part of this two part series, we will cover the difference between whip and stubby antennas....
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