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Why TSS for Twoway Radios?

As one of the largest UK distributors of radio communications products we know that every radio user is unique, therefore the right communication solution requires the right product. With a sales team that are fully manufacturer trained we are confident that we only recommend what is right for your application, at the right budget.

All equipment that we supply meets with the strict regulations of OFCOM and is supplied as standard with a manufacturer’s warranty from the date of your purchase, or for that added peace of mind extended care options are available for when the manufacturer’s warranty expires.

Sales

Purchase a range of analogue, trunk or digital two way radios available from all major radio manufacturers: Motorola, Vertex, Kenwood and Icom. Design & supply of systems including frequency planning.

Mototrbo

MOTOTRBO Digital Two Way Radio is the leading technology in the Digital Radio market today. Portables, mobiles and repeaters are available along with solutions to enhance your system.

Solutions

Solutions for two way radios tailored to meet your exact requirements: Internal localisation guard tour/ Lone worker protection, Multiple site connection through IP and telephone interconnect.

Maintenance

Two way radio & full systems maintained inc. installations in vehicles & antennas. Maintenance Agreements are available with 24/7 cover. Risk & method statements, fully insured.

What are Twoway Radios?

A twoway radio is a radio that can both transmit and receive (a transceiver), unlike a broadcast receiver which only receives content. A twoway radio (transceiver) allows the operator to have a conversation with other similar radios operating on the same radio frequency (channel). Twoway radios are available in mobile, stationary base and hand-held portable configurations. Hand-held radios are often called walkie-talkies, handie-talkies, or just hand-helds.

Twoway radio systems usually operate in a half-duplex mode; that is, the operator can talk, or he can listen, but not at the same time. A push-to-talk or Press To Transmit button activates the transmitter; when it is released the receiver is active. A mobile phone or cellular telephone is an example of a two-way radio that both transmits and receives at the same time (calledfull-duplex mode). It uses two different radio frequencies (channels) to carry the two directions of the conversation simultaneously.