Nov 5, 2015 at 06:22 o\clock

Saving Money: Two Way Radios And Return On Investment

The great thing about two way radios is that they allow for instant communication with a large group of people. This can be be made even more effective by thy fact that radio can be used in conjunction with walkie talkie headsets making for instantaneous hands free communication. This can essential for emergency communications, battlefield coordination, or a quick potty break on a road trip.

I found the Cobra microTALK 25Mile 2 way radio at Best Buy for $59.99. I own a small motel, and needed this to keep in touch with the front desk when I make the rounds to make sure that everything is secure. I had used Cobra radio products in the past, so I was reasonably certain that they would perform.

With a Golf GPS device, one can see a "map" of the course, similar to a bird's eye view as if you were peering out of the blimp above a PGA tournament broadcast. Before you tee off, you can not only see the lay of the hole, but can accurately judge distances, see what might be chances for stroke short cuts and be alerted to potential trouble spots.

Know how to use your - 2 way radios - . Make sure both you and your child know how to use the handsets on the model you've purchased. Practice while standing a block away from each other so you both know what to expect when using the radios.

Antennas. Although your walkie talkie will come with an antenna already, in most cases you can remove it and install a higher quality one. Choose an antenna that will suit your individual needs. Some people require more signal strength while others prefer to concentrate on a lighter, more portable type as they local proximity needs only.

The Audiovox GMRS1582CH is equipped with a monochrome LCD display. The display is backlit to make for easier use during at night. The electronic controls offer a range of functions such as power, lock, channel scan, volume, and monitor. There is also a push-to-talk and voice-operated function.

Taking a hunting buddy with you can make the overall hunting experience more fun and enjoyable; making your hunting trip a safer experience is an added bonus.

This - radio communication - goes to my next piece of advice. Having contact information directly on your child helps them immensely. Often, when we go to talk to someone who works there and we discuss what the kids should do if they're lost, I'll ask to borrow a pen and I'll write my cell number on the child's admission ticket. That goes right into a pocket and I simply tell them to leave it alone unless they have to show it to someone.

Looking back I now wonder how many close calls were generated by the lack of these three primitive elements. I'm sure I'll never know. Even if I did that wouldn't have made me change my job and my exuberance from being - portable radio - a test pilot.

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