Analogue radio

While it may lack some of the advanced features of digital radio or its spectral efficiency, analogue radios are still very much in use, due to part to economics, their longevity and their lack of "digital delay"

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Motorola Solutions celebrates its 90th anniversary

Motorola Solutions is celebrating its 90th anniversary today (25 September).

Since this day in 1928, the company has been responsible for some of the key milestones in the communications industry’s history. from automobile radios and the first two-way radios for ...

Beta testers wanted for hybrid PoC/DMR handset

The Toughphone Ltd is seeking beta testers with experience of two-way radio and PTT over Cellular (PoC) communications to get hands-on with its new hybrid device, the Defender PTT Crossover, which supports PoC, DMR, dPMR, and analogue.

The handset is intended to allow ...

Rohill contributes to anti-terror effort

Wireless solution manufacturer Rohill has participated in an exercise preparing for a major bio-terrorist attack

The company provided its LTEtraNode platform, allowing users simultaneous access to both narrowband (TETRA) and broadband (VoLTE, MCPTT) services, with SES ...

Hytera reports 56% YoY increase in revenue for 2017

According to Hytera’s Annual Report, the Chinese company generated CNY 5.4 billion (£600 million) in revenue in 2017, up 56 per cent year-on-year. 2017 was the year that the company completed its acquisition of Sepura Group (including its subsidiaries, Teltronic and PowerTrunk) ...

Radio Equipment Regulations 2017 come into force on Boxing Day

The Radio Equipment Regulations 2017, which implements the EU Radio Equipment Directive (RED) into UK law, will go into effect on 26 December 2017, having been laid before Parliament on 5 December.

As a consequence, products that are compliant with the Radio Equipment ...

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The TALKABOUT family

(Advertorial) At the park with kids, on the beach with friends or a keen adventurer enjoying a day out, TALKABOUT walkie-talkies from Motorola Solutions are a great way to keep in touch.

With Easy Pairing and 16 licence-free channels, these walkie-talkies are the ...

Guide to buying two-way radio

Following on from last month’s Business Radio 101 feature, Sam Fenwick takes a deep dive into the factors that need to be considered when procuring two-way radio systems and terminals

In our last issue, we looked at some of the basic aspects of buying and using ...

Lights, radio, action!

Philip Mason investigates how radio communications technology is being used in the creation and dissemination of entertainment content

In the field of radio technology, one phrase which gets bandied around an awful lot is ‘mission critical’, primarily in relation to ...

Land Mobile: The early years

Looking at the first few issues of Land Mobile, founding editor Richard Lambley discusses how different the wireless comms industry was back in those days

Twenty-five years? Really, that doesn’t sound so very long. Yet 1993 was in many ways a watershed year in ...

The art of persuasion

Two-way radio distributors and dealers need to persuade customers that their business is the one to work with, so a well-conceived marketing strategy is all-important, as James Atkinson finds out

No-one in the two-way radio industry has marketing budgets like ...

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