License-Free walkie-talkies is a hand-held, portable, two-way radio What are the license-free walkie-talkies One type of walkie-talkie is called a license-free radio, that is,you don’t have to hold a certificate to use them. Difference between License-Free walkie-talkies Retevis RT20 RT22 and RT15 are all very compact but performs well. Retevis RT22 walkie talkies are durable…Details
RT1 is UHF and VHF, and RT26 is UHF. These two walkie-talkies are popular with everyone because of their high power. Here are some introductions and explanations for them so that everyone can better understand them. What RT1 and RT26 have in common: Both RT1 and RT26 include UHF with a power of 10W/5W and…Details
The RT45 walkie-talkie is getting more and more popular because of its cool appearance and its own features, especially the baby monitoring function. Let’s walk into the world of RT45 with me. Introduction to the main functions of the RT45 walkie-talkie 1.RT45 walkie-talkie dual watch function Dual watch can be monitor two channel the same…Details
The advantage of Retevis PoC Hand radio Rt51 We all know that RT 51 this is a new network radio that only works over cellular it will work with AT&T and t-mobile services. And it’s a POC radio which stands for push-to-talk over cellular that’s brand new just released in the market. With the RT51,…Details
PoC is an abbreviation of Push-to-Talk Over Cellular.
It means that you can communicate with your partner in one system by 4G/LTE network.
It is a technique of using the mobile phone network , to make calls that conduct like conventional walkie talkie, with instant access and one to many calls,
one to one call, many to many call, use of the advantage on the world-wide coverage of the cellular phone networks, GSM, 3G, 4G etc.
What’s the talk around function? It is a repeater Talk around function, usually you will see T/A, it is the short of it. It means “talking around the repeater”. So, Talk-a-Round (aka Direct) is where the mobile or portable talks simplex to others on the output frequency of the repeater they normally use. It is primarily…Details
This article was written by the US tester. A review of the new Retevis RT51– an inexpensive Poc Alternative The RT51 PoC Handheld radio is a Push-to-Talk (PTT) communications tool, uses existing AT&T and T-Mobile cellular for voice signal propagation. Retevis presents it as an inexpensive communications device and platform that allows for group and…Details
My review of the Retevis RT51 and my thoughts on POC radio If you’re not familiar with POC or (Push to talk Over Cellular) I’m sure you have some questions. I’ll do my best to answer them. This is my first POC radio so I’m still learning all the ins and outs. Update Oct 31st…Details
Ailunce HD1 Front Panel Programming Quick Tips Thanks for KB5WCK sharing his experience with Front Panel Programming Ailunce HD1 DMR Radio. Below article writen by KB5WCK. The Ailunce HD1 (GPS) is a dual band FM / DMR handheld radio with 10W / 5W / 1W power. The device can store up to 3000 channels. The special feature…Details