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Construction Site Essential – Open Two-Way Radio Communications

In today’s increasingly complex construction industry projects, the need for faultless radio communication is essential. Frequently, radio communication is required on multiple floor levels, both above and below ground. Every company is required to ensure employee safety (number 1 priority) and therefore through Business Comms’ two-way radio communication solutions this can be achieved because we ensure that […]

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What is wrong with your Motorola Two-Way Radio?

You hit the push-to-talk (PTT) button on your Motorola two-way radio and something just isn’t right! Basically your ‘transmit and receive’ had been working just fine up until now.  So what do you do? Before you contact our Two-Way Radio team, there are a few things you can/should check first: 1.  Your radio doesn’t turn on. It […]

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What is Your Two-Way Radio IP Rating?

Two-way radios contain complex and delicate electronics that can be damaged by the elements of the environment you work in. Therefore, when you are in process of choosing the most suitable two-way radio for your business (workers), you need to consider its IP ratings. Back to the basics… What does IP Rating mean? IP stands for Ingress […]

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Two-Way Radio Etiquette

Learn about two-way radio communication etiquette and the language of smooth and precise radio communication for business users. Nowadays everyone communicates using a portable device so there are essentially no rules, especially when using mobile phones. It is however important for users of two way radio systems to learn how to communicate correctly. A wide range of […]

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Happy Sunny Monday!

It’s Monday and the sun finally is shining and it feels like summer is here…finally! Actually starting to like Monday as we can nip out and bask in the sun at lunch time but our engineers out today on sites are sweating buckets!! On site, keep your radios to hand in case of emergency #safetyfirst #twowayradios […]

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Motorola Cancel FM Radio Options and Move to TIA/UL Standards as of 1 Jan 2016

At the end of last year, Motorola issued an intent to cancel the FM (Factory Mutual) radio options and remove them from their portfolio because the FM standards are now being migrated to TIA/UL standards. Note that this change is only for Motorola FM intrinsically safe radios which are often used in hazardous work environments such as Utility, Oil & Gas, Shipping, […]

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Safety at the tip of your finger!

Safety of the public and staff at large events like U2 Concert at Wembley, Rugby at Twickenham, Ascot Horse Races, London Marathon, Music in the Park etc. is imperative and often one of the top priorities for event professionals to manage effectively. Two-way radio usefulness in a variety of workplaces is mind-blowing because they create a sense of safe […]

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Smartphones vs. Two-Way Radios in Business

As smartphones continue to dominate, will two-way radios still be necessary in business? Ooh yes they will… The number one reason is Two-Way radios for commercial sectors are built like bricks aka DURABLE so the user can rely on the fact that the radios will continue operating even though they are dropped, kicked, knocked, get […]

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Your Staff Safety First – It’s Hot Hot Hot!!!

  Today it is over 30 degrees hot so scorching hot day in London and we’ve got Wimbledon hotting up! Very exciting and most of us would rather not be at work and instead be watching tennis, eating strawberries, sunbathing and probably have a bbq 🙂 But on BBC News this morning, they were pre-warning the public and players to take care as […]

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NEW! MOTOTRBO SLR 5500 Repeater

Business Communications is pleased to announce the launch of  the new MOTOTRBO™ SLR 5500 Repeater. This new MOTOTRBO SLR 5500 delivers high performance, high reliability two-way radio service with all the features you need to connect your workplace regardless of your workplace location i.e. on construction site or on the factory floor.  It integrates voice […]

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