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Winter Motorola Radio Specials!
|Portable (Hand held) - Portable radios are designed to be carried by a user and are not restricted by movement as long as they are within range of other radios or repeaters.
Brands: Motorola, Icom
|Mobile (Fixed/In-vehicle) - Mobile radios are designed to be in one fixed location, such as a vehicle or desk.
Brands: Motorola, Icom
|Aviation Radios - These airband radios utilize a different frequency range than land mobile radios, and as such, are specific to the aircraft niche because of their vast range.
|Trunking Radios - Radios designed for a trunked network are versatile, feature-rich, and provide complete privacy.
|Repeaters - These critical devices allow you to extend the reach of your radios by relaying frequencies over distances.
Brands: Motorola, Daniel's Electronics, Icom, Tait...
|Accessories - Radios have a variety of related accessories including bank chargers, batteries, hearing options, carrying options, speaker mics, and more.
Brands: Motorola, Impact, Peltor, Firecom, David Clark...
|Dispatch Systems - Whether it be fire trucks or taxis, we have all the dispatch equipment needed to efficiently manage your resources.
Brands: Motorola, Zetron, Telex
These types of two way radios can be classified as land mobile, aviation, or marine. As a channel partner for Motorola and Icom, we have access to any radio offered by the respective manufacturer.
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Digital two-way radios, radios that transmit using 1's and 0's, are a remarkable advancement in communication. The digital technology in 2 Way Radios has several benefits over its analog predecessor including:
Not every application demands digital capabilities, so analog radios are still the most widely and cost-effective means used.
For the 35+ years we've been in business, we've developed different skill sets that enable us to engineer even the most advanced two way radio systems. These skills combined with the relationships we form with suppliers such as Motorola allow us to provide a complete host of services to our clients.
Read: Why Motorola, Why Omega
In the world of radio frequencies, there are only so many different frequencies available. To make things more complicated, there are different ranges that are more suited for different uses. For example, higher frequencies have better building penetration, but poor distance. Lower frequencies are the opposite.
Industry Canada is the central governing body that manages frequencies and serves to ensure that radio users are not experiencing any overlap from other users in the same region using the same frequency. Visit our two way radio licensing section to learn about our role in assisting with your licensing.