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Portable Radio Hire or Mobile Phone Charges?

June 13, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 212

Communication has gone through different changes over the years. Many different ways of communication have been developed. A Radio could seem like an old technology, but over the years they have been used for many different purposes. Nowadays, you find a radio not only in the car, but also in households. A two-way portable radio is still widely being used for communication. For example, park rangers and the police use walkie-talkies to communicate with each other.

Portable radios can be used in many other work places. It is a good device for communication between employees, and can replace mobile phones in such situations. Over the years, mobile phone charges have increased. Companies have to pay large amounts because of the constant use of mobile phones. Due to this, companies have started to re-evaluate mobile phone usage and are trying to find the best economical device.

As a result, portable radios have started to come back into the picture Due to the inflow of many other devices that were claiming to make communication better portable hand held radios were side lined for a while. With a portable radio, you just have to buy or hire the radio and get a UHF/VHF license and you are set to go. No monthly or talk time charges are paid after this. Radio hire has become the standard for many security firms and event organizers where a good communication network is needed for a set contract.

Here are some of the main areas to consider before you buy or hire portable radio devices:

Range Standard radios are available in high frequency, very high frequency and ultra high frequency ranges. You can set the frequency according to your workplace and the distance at which you will communicate. Authorized dealers can help you select which radio would be best for your work location.

Durability The radios are usually designed to be durable. They will not break easily and communication will not be lost if you drop them accidentally. The radios are also designed to withstand extreme weather changes. Some radio models are designed to work under water for at least 30 minutes. For example, scuba divers or deep sea researchers can also use this device. Check for the Ingress Protection (IP) Rating when buying radios that can be used in wet conditions. Look for an IP 57 rating.

Battery Life A regular battery can last for up to eight hours a day. If you use lithium ion batteries, then you will have a battery lasting up to twenty hours. Depending on the size of radios, batteries can last from up to a few hours to the whole day.

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