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VHF Communication
1 November 2019
Propeller Magazine Oct/Nov 2010 Article – VHF Communication   Keeping in Touch Perhaps one of the most important and often least...
Radio Frequency (RF) Explained
1 September 2019
Radio Frequency (RF) Radio frequency (abbreviated RF, rf, or r.f.) is a term that refers to alternating current (AC) having characteristics such...
Mobile Radio Frequently Asked Questions
1 September 2018
What is MAP27? MAP27 is defined as Mobile Access Protocol for MPT1327 communications equipment. In brief, it permits data exchange between MPT...
Motorsport Radio Packages
25 October 2017
Motorsport Radio Packages from Mobile Systems Get the best comms for your team so that they can outperform the opposition on the track......
Radio Frequency Identification Technology
1 September 2015
Radio-frequency Identification Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of an object (typically referred to as an RFID tag) applied to or...
Icom NZ launches its IP Radio
28 August 2014
Icom NZ launches its IP Radio – a first for New Zealand Icom has launched the IP100H, an IP (Internet Protocol) radio that is unique in New...
Hytera DMR Product Lineup Introduction
3 May 2013
Hytera Digital Mobile Radio Introduction Hytera, a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative wireless communications equipment and solutions...
Digital Mobile Radio Solution Guide
1 May 2013
Digital Mobile Radio Solution Guide For critical communications in business, DMR Tier 3 digital trunking technology is a modern, scalable solution...
Radio Over Internet Protocol
20 March 2013
Radio over Internet Protocol, or RoIP, is similar to VoIP, but augments two-way radio communications rather than telephone calls. From the system...
Does RoIP add Value to Two-Way Radio?
20 March 2013
Does RoIP add value to two-way radio? Radio over internet protocol (RoIP) adds to the value of two-way radio and in many cases replaces telephone...
Radio over IP (RoIP) Benefits
20 March 2013
Radio over IP (RoIP) Benefits Radio over IP offers a cost effective way to interconnect radio systems and operators together. It is a technology...
Using RoIP as Part of a Disaster Recovery Plan
20 March 2013
Using RoIP as Part of a Disaster Recovery Plan With so many natural disasters in recent years (the Christchurch earthquakes, Qld floods and Black...
Walkie Talkies vs. Two Way Radios - Whats the difference?
19 March 2013
Walkie Talkies vs. Two Way Radios: What’s the difference? Many people seem to interchange the terminology when referring to either a walkie...
Two-Way Radio Review
19 March 2013
Two-way Radio Review Please do not make the same, expensive mistakes so many others have made. This review will help you select the correct...
Wireless Communications Explained
1 September 2010
About wireless communications Wireless is a term used to describe telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves (rather than some form of...
Intrinsically Safe Radios Questions & Answers
1 September 2010
Intrinsically Safe Portable Radios Overview What is Intrinsically Safe? Intrinsically Safe is electrical equipment that is incapable of releasing...
Radio Communications in the Mountains
1 September 2009
Radio Communication Options in Mountainous Areas MOUNTAIN RADIO SERVICE (MRS) What is it the Mountain Radio Service? A high-frequency (HF) radio...