6 Benefits of Using A Digital 2 way radio System

Without giving too much about this 2 way radio uk piece of writing, but I thought it remarkable and appropriate to what I’m now doing.

If your business has been using a traditional analogue Two Way Radio system in the past and you have been experiencing problems with noisy or poor communication signal, short battery life, out of range etc. now could be a good time to look at investing in the latest digital two way radio technology.
The DP3400 range from Motorola has already been highly tipped to be one of the best in the market, our product reviewer Karl Beach has been using this Walkie Talkie system for a few months now, below are his findings…
“This new digital technology provides new, unique benefits to increase workforce productivity and safety. The DP3400/3401 UHF Portable Radios, part of the MOTOTRBO range, are ideal for professional organizations that need a customizable, business-critical communication solution using licensed spectrum. Here are some of the key benefits I found when going digital:

Incredible Audio Quality

Audio Static and Noise Reduction

Longer Battery Life – up to 3hrs longer than my previous analogue system

Additional applications on the device including text messaging, GPS location tracking

The ability to operate in both analogue and digital modes

Reduced cost of ownership
I would fully recommend any business owner looking to invest in a 2 way radio system to consider the investment of this brand new product, it blows it’s analogue predecessors out of the water by a mile and is definitely a step in the right direction for radio communications and Two Way Radios.”

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