Analog Vs Digital Two Way Radios-laura-3

Analog Vs Digital Two Way Radios

Analog Vs Digital Two Way Radios

Analog radios have been around for donkey’s years, and it been proven to be a reliable source for communications.

However, as technology continues to advance, Now professional radio is taking a big step forward from analog to digital.

The customers often ask: “Do I choose Analog or Digital?”

Keep in mind, most Digital radio have the facility to be programmed in Analog until you’re ready to transition your radio from analog to digital.

Digital Radios offer many benefits vs. Analog radios. Take HD1 as an example.

Analog Vs Digital Two Way Radios-laura-1

1/Better Voice Quality
Radio interference can create static on analog radios, making conversation unintelligible. Digital radios have clearer transmissions and your colleagues have a much better chance at hearing what was said.

2/Stronger Coverage
Digital performs better even at the far edges of coverage. Built-in error correction helps eliminate the static, background noise, and voice distortion that can occur with analog radios as you reach the limits of coverage.

3/Longer Battery Life
While analog and digital radios draw about the same amount of power in standby mode, digital radios are much more efficient once they start transmitting. This is critical for frequent and heavy users.

Radios are a worker’s tool. workers in some industries are heavily reliant on their radio for safety purposes, sometimes adding more features can end up bringing more confusion, which you don’t want for communication. So choose what suits you is the best.

If you have any questions or interests in retevis radios, please feel free to contact laura@retevis.com. Thanks.

 

 

Visits: 37

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top