Two-Way Over Mobile Phones
Why Choose Two-Way Radio for Business Communications over Mobile Phones?
Two-way radios are a fast and reliable way to communicate essential information to your entire organisation. While two-way radio devices allow for voice communications just like mobile cellphones, they are very different to mobile cellphones on many levels. There is a natural tendency to compare two-way radio to mobile phones because of how prevalent cellphones have become to the general public globally.
However, two-way radios offer a number of advantages that make it the clear choice for the vast majority of mobile professionals who require an affordable, flexible, highly reliable solution – along with the power and range available only in licensed bands.
The advantages of two-way radio.
Low total cost of ownership.
Two-way radios are a cost-effective choice as they free your business from expensive monthly recurring fees. With low up-front costs, two-way radio solutions can pay for themselves within months. On top of this, two-way radios are made to last, so you won’t find yourself needing to replace them every year like a cell phone.
Customisable coverage and flexible communication modes.
Two-way radio is designed to meet the specific needs of group-orientated communications and dispatch environments. It’s ability to provide quick and reliable on-to-one, one-to-many and many-to-many communications is unique. Whilst cell phones are limited to one-to-one conversations, two-way radios provide the flexibility businesses need for mobile workers to communicated efficiently and productively.
Coordinate your team any time, anywhere and increase your workforce efficiency with a streamlined two-way solution. Two-way radios are distraction-free, work-oriented devices designed to get the job done. With crystal-clear audio and ultra-reliability, there’s nothing to get in the way of you and your business objectives.
Made to Last
Designed with the workforce in mind, two-way radios are more durable, more reliable and last longer than cell phones. They have a longer battery life and come in a range of heavy-duty designs ready for work out on the field.
Digital two-way radio in particular, offers distinct safety advantages over mobile phones. On the road or at your workplace, transmit interrupt allows multiple talk group conversations to be interrupted for urgent messages. Emergency notification lets drivers notify dispatch of a situation with just a push of the button. And integrated GPS enables dispatchers to identify the actual location of drivers and immediately send assistance to the site.
The Right Device for the Right User
With a wide range of purpose-built two-way devices available, CSE Crosscom are certain to find the right one for you and your business. Choose from our quality range of Motorola portable and mobile two-way radio devices – in analogue or digital.
One fundamental difference between mobile cellphones and two-way radios is who uses two-way radios. Two-way radios are used by government and industry professionals, whereas cellphones are used mostly by consumers. Two-way radios are required as part of the tools-of-the-trade in the production of goods and/or services. Where mobile cellphones are used for individual calls, two-way radios are used primarily as a communications tool for an organisation.
Licensed professional two-way radio systems offer industries such as construction, transport, manufacturing, retail and government, with capabilities that no other mobile technology can provide.
As is the way in all technologies, two-way radios are being transformed by the possibilities of digital technology. Unprecedented technological advances are improving two-way radios across the board. The benefits of digital two-way radios include:
• Crystal clear voice clarity
• Static and noise rejections
• Data transmission capabilities
• More reliable coverage
• Longer battery life
• Greater spectral efficiency
• Higher calling capacity
• Enhanced privacy
• Greater flexibility
• Digital applications.
Digital two-way radio is the way of the future. An investment in digital ensures your communications technology grows with your business.