World Radio Day on 13 February brings attention to the role of radio in managing disasters and recovery in their aftermath. Radio is recognized as a low-cost medium, specifically suited to reach remote communities and is especially effective in reaching people affected by disasters when other means of communication are disrupted. Terrestrial radio broadcasts are […]

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Do you mean me specifically? If so, then the answer is ‘no’ I’m afraid. I must also say that given the state of pop music these days, I’m actually very glad of it! So…Awkward question time: are you hearing radio broadcasts through your teeth mate? Lol. Just kidding. Whilst it sounds like utter nonsense, there […]

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Despite the massive onslaught of mobile phones and smartphones in recent times, portable radios have managed to hold firm ground as they specifically cater to special communication needs across industries where clear and precise interaction is paramount. Motorola is considered a pioneer and a household name in the radio communications industry. The Motorola DP4800 portable […]

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We will see a huge change in the way we access the the internet in the future when 5G is here, at speeds that only big businesses and high level internet companies see at the moment, we will have this to hand on our smart phones and tablets. When 5G is hundreds of times faster […]

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This very simple, very easily executable solution to a problem that is growing. The Frequencies are already allocated to the airline industry and a simple piece of equipment (non expensive) can be installed. You can find the full article here. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has allocated radio spectrum for global flight tracking for passenger aircraft […]

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Basically, the name two-way radio means that the radio in question can both transmit and receive signals. The two-way part of the name refers to the sending and receiving of said messages. Some radios, such as the AM or FM radio you might listen to in your car, can only receive incoming signals, whilst other […]

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