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What does Icom’s ‘Active Noise Cancelling’ function do on a two way radio?

Icom’s ‘Active Noise Cancelling’ function, already used on Icom marine VHF radios essentia...

Important Advice about Battery Safety

The safety of your employees is paramount and battery management should be an important ...

What applications/businesses/environments are suited to the use of analogue two ways radio?

There are some customers out there that want a high capacity, multi-site, Tier III digital...

What are the main factors influencing customers in choose analogue two way radio?

There are sound reasons why customers still like analogue two way radios.

We also fi...

What is a Leaky Feeder?

A leaky feeder is a special feeder cable that is deliberately designed to radiate a contro...

What is PTT (Push to Talk)?

All two way radios have a Push-To-Talk button. This is the button, usually located on the ...

What does my dealer mean by the term Base Station?

A base station refers to a radio that is used from a fixed location, usually using mains e...

What is the range of a Licence Free PMR 446 radio?

In perfect conditions such as line of sight with no obstructions it could be possible to a...

What kind of accessories can I buy for my two way business radio?

Icom have a wide range of accessories including earpieces, headsets, microphones, carry c...

What will happen if I continue to use my two way business radio scheme without renewing my license?

Two way business radio channels have reached saturation point in most cities in the UK. ...

Can I use two way radio abroad?

Licence free two way radio can be used in many EU countries; however we do suggest that yo...

What is the typical life of a battery for a two way business radio?

Depending on your model of radio and usage, the typical battery life of a Ni-MH battery is...

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