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Easy to use, rugged and affordable. In the competitive construction and manufacturing field, improving productivity and controlling costs has never been more important. Motorola and Kenwood business two-way radios provide clear communication – often in noisy environments – and that’s essential to avoiding downtime, accelerating job progress and enabling faster response.
Instant communication in Construction means: Improved jobsite coordination, Reduced operational costs, Faster delivery and material coordination, Smoother work crew scheduling, Quick coordination and response to emergencies, Enhanced safety and security, Immediate production updates, Increased customer service and satisfaction and Reduced monthly operating costs.
Some of the reason businesses purchase two way radios is worker safety and liability issues, pressure to finish projects faster, profit margins are thin, getting more done with fewer workers, workers carry many tools on the job, workers can coordinate and quickly respond to accidents, or emergencies, maintain constant contact with and among workers to help, mobilize them and get tasks completed faster, affordable walkie talkie radios help make workers more productive and accountable. Leaner work crews stay focused on the job at hand and keep projects moving. Durable, lightweight and easy to use, the walkie talkie radios clip right on the tool belt.
On-Site Two-Way Business Radios uphold that superior standard. Each radio and radio accessory is backed by a limited one-year warranty on parts and labor. So when you select the walkie talkie, you’ll experience the same exceptional quality you’ve come to expect from all Motorola and Kenwood products. Some even have a two year warranty. See the manufacturer for details.
Two-Way Business Radios are a powerful combination of exceptional audio quality and excellent durability. Discover what many managers already know — Motorola two-way business radios offer you a powerful tool for enhancing employee productivity and overall customer satisfaction. Now, through the enhanced technology you get performance that you can leverage in your company or facility.
Rugged and Water Resistant are ways to describe most Business Two Way Radios. Durable metal die cast chassis helps radios hold up under demanding conditions. These 2 way radios meets Military 810 C, D, E, F and IP54/55 specifications for shock, rain, humidity, salt fog, vibration, sand, dust, temperature shock, and high and low temperatures. The IP54/55 tests include subjecting the radio to a high-speed, high-volume shower from all directions for three minutes.
Two-way radios offer the range and features that can help you increase productivity and efficiency, enhance security, and improve overall operation or customer service—all at the push of a button. Making sure your 2way radios are charged and ready to go is effortless too. Multi-unit and single drop-in chargers keep radios charged, ready, and centrally located. And the rechargeable lithium ion battery provides long battery life.
Improving efficiency and productivity – from department stores to large hotels, from restaurants to campuses, it’s why more businesses and schools use Motorola and Kenwood business two-way radios. They’re convenient, economical and the key to ensuring a streamlined process and enhanced customer service in retail, restaurant and hospitality establishments. Let’s not forget the manufacturing and construction industry. These 2-ways are long lasting and durable.
Narrow-banding is in effect On January 1, 2013, all public safety and business industrial land mobile radio systems operating in the 150-512 MHz radio bands must cease operating using 25 kHz efficiency technology, and begin operating using at least 12.5 kHz efficiency technology. This deadline is the result of an FCC effort that began almost two decades ago to ensure more efficient use of the spectrum and greater spectrum access for public safety and non-public safety users. Migration to 12.5 kHz efficiency technology (once referred to as Re-farming but now referred to as Narrowbanding) will allow the creation of additional channel capacity within the same radio spectrum, and support more users. As of January 1, 2011, the Commission no longer accepts applications for new wide-band 25 kHz operations, or modification of existing wideband 25 kHz stations that expand the authorized interference contour.
After January 1, 2013, licensees not operating at 12.5 kHz efficiency will be in violation of the Commission’s rules and could be subject to FCC enforcement action, which may include admonishment, monetary fines, or loss of license. source: http://www.motorola.com http://www.fcc.gov http://www.kenwoodusa.com