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NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH!

The Pronto P-9510D is the all NEW, high tier digital Keypad radio and the latest to enter the fabulous Pronto range. Packed with features it retains its robustness but adds a higher level of adaptively when more advanced facilities are required.  Full keypad and colour LED screen offer simple user friendly access with Radio to Radio TEXT messaging, Selective calling and caller identification.  It retains all of the superior sound quality features found on the P-9500D along with lone worker and stun/kill to mention but a few. For more information regarding this radio please call us.

Walkie-talkies Christmas Holiday Opening Hours!

Monday 23rd December: 9am - 5:30pm.

Christmas Eve: 9am - 1pm.

Christmas Day - Wednesday 1st January: Closed.

Thursday 2nd January: 9am - 5:30pm.

With Christmas time approaching the Walkie-Talkies team would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We have had such a brilliant 2019 and are looking forward to even better 2020! We hope to have your continued custom and support in the year to come!

The last day to place an order before Christmas will be Monday 23rd December 2019. Any orders placed after this date will be despatched on January 2nd 2020.

If you require further information, please contact us now!

Benefits of using two way radios on a construction site!

In construction, managing the health and safety across the site can be very challenging and it is important that these potential risks are acknowledged to help prevent any injury that may occur. It is crucial that construction workers are able to communicate, manage and remove any possible hazards through the use of an effective and reliable communication system...

 

Digital Explained

TWO DIGITAL RADIO SOLUTIONS
a) FDMA stands for Frequency Division Multiple Access and is a channel access method used in one of the popular digital radio protocols, as per the illustration below :

Digital Illustration

b) TDMA stands for Time Division Multiple Access. TDMA is a multiplexing method that divides network connections into time slices, where each device on the TDMA network connection gets one or more time slices during which it can transmit or receive data, thus increasing the available channel usage. One of the big advantages of this is users can boost two channels using this protocol with a single two way radio Repeater or Talkthrough

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