License-free Two Way Radios. Use at zero cost. Pack CTCSS, CDS, monitoring, squelch and other common functions. Meet the needs of short-distance communication.
In construction, where employees are mobile and commonly carry materials and work around machinery, radio durability is critical. Lightweight radios aren't good at handling abuse, so recommend models that meet military specifications for durability and are resistant to water and dust.
General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS): An FCC license is required to operate GMRS system. Licenses are issued for a ten-year term and can be renewed between 90 days prior to the expiration date and up to the actual expiration date of the license. After a license expires, an individual must request a new GMRS license.
Two watt radios will provide sufficient range for most applications, but for larger sites we recommend 4 watt radios with repeater capability. UHF signals provide a lot of flexibility, operating well both outdoors and in and around structures.
DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) digital trunking communication standard is an open standard designed and formulated by ETSI (European Communication Standards Institute) to meet the needs of mobile communication for low-end professional and commercial users in European countries.
If workers are divided into distinct groups or teams, a radio supporting multiple channels will be important. This will allow each group to keep their communications to themselves, while providing the flexibility to communicate with other groups as needed.
Two way radio repeater is an infrastructure built to amplify your communication – and has a receiver, transmitter, and a base station antenna. With this technology combination, the coverage area in workplaces, and the building penetration for coverage, is greater.
The best heavy duty walkie talkies to use in extreme conditions. Retevis provide high-quality walkie talkies that can be used even in harsh weather conditions. The devices retevis provide are designed with latest technology and can handle any kind of abuse.
Two way radios are an important tool for those in the construction business. Giving workers the ability to instantly communicate with each other not only saves time and creates more productivity - it also improves workplace safety.