Squelch and Squelch Level

People in the use of wireless walkie-talkie often hear the background noise, squelch, refers to the radio in order to solve the call quality and noise problems, and design of the squelch circuit or squelch function. Squelch function has a different squelch level, according to the actual situation to adjust themselves. Noise characteristics Wireless walkie-talkie…

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2-Way Radio FAQ

2-Way Radio Frequently Asked Questions Can a VHF radio communicate with a UHF radio? Can a VHF or UHF Two way radio talk to FRS radios? Should I use VHF or UHF Two way radio? Can Planet Headset Black Box Plus and Bantam radios “talk” to my old radios? How long will my two way…

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2-Way Radio Definitions

Two-Way Radio – A two-way radio is a hand held device or transceiver can both transmit and receive voice communication.  Broadcast Environment’s use receivers meaning one can receive voice but not transmit communications. Other terms for Two-Way radios include; walkie-talkies, hand held radio or handie-talkies. The three types of Two-Way radios are; hand-held, mobile, and stationary or base.…

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