In a typical two way radio system, there are some basic components, which make the whole configuration work:
The switching system is something that is only applied to a wide area radio network. For a single network, this will not be required.
Base stations can also be referred to as a station that is fixed, however, it does not re-broadcast the signal to the other users in the radio system. A base station consists of: repeaters, controllers, antenna and the power supply. It’s main purpose is to extend the coverage, which allows users to communicate on a larger area.
3.) Radio Terminal
The radio terminal is a component, which can be referred to as: mobile station, radio unit and more. This is used in order to allow the user to communicate and interface to the network. This radio terminal can be classified as:
a.)Portable Two Way Radio
This is the type of two way radio that users can communicate with while on the move. Because of its ability to move around, this can sometime affect the signal, thus creating a limitation.
b.)Mobile Two Way Radio
A mobile is a two way radio that can be installed into a vehicle or car. These are larger than a portable two way radio, but the user doesn’t have to hold it so that does not pose as a limitation. These typically provide a much more powerful output than portables due to the fact that it is larger and has a bigger form.
c.)Fixed-Station Two Way Radio
This two way radio is placed in a fixed location (i.e. office, room, field post, roof). The power output is greater than the portable as well as the mobile due to the fact that this product possesses an external microphone and a high quality antenna.
If you have any questions with regards to how much these components cost (with our without installation) or if you simply want to know more about how these work, feel free to call into Two Way Direct and talk to a sales representative who is sure to provide you with any information and solutions, which you may need! Call in, toll-free, at 888-742-5893 today!