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June 27, 2012 / advwirelesscomm

Digital Two-Way Radio – What is it?

Kenwood Digital Portable RadioThe Digital Age in the wireless communication realm has finally come of age.  With major offerings from Kenwood, Motorola, Vertex-Standard, Telex and others, businesses are now able to cash in on the advantages of these high tech communications tools.  Advanced Wireless Communications is uniquely qualified to assist customers in this new resurgence of digital two-way communications because of our unique blend of products and manufactures we deal with daily. In 2012 Advanced Wireless Communication begins our 20thyear in business developing solutions for customers around the country, large and small.  With this blog, we plan to cover many of the questions and features of the Digital two-way radio systems and explain the differences between analog and digital two-way radio.  Feel free to ask questions and make suggestions!

In the coming weeks we plan to discuss what the differences between digital and analog are as well as other aspects of the digital features.  Below are some of the topics we will be discussing in more detail with a new topic each Friday:

  • GPS information via Two-Way Radio
  • Text Messages via Two-Way Radio
  • Sending Images and live video via Two-Way Radio
  • Using Cellular Smartphones to communication with Two-Way Radio
  • Using a computer with headset to communicate with Two-Way Radio and Smart Phones
  • Global Two-Way radio communications
  • Differences between Digital and Analog two-way radio

We look forward to hearing your comments and questions!  For more information about Advanced Wireless Communication and our Digital solutions, contact us at AWCsales@advancedwireless.com or online at http://www.advancedwireless.com.  Advanced Wireless Communications is an Authorized Warranty Center and Dealer for Kenwood, Vertex-Standard and Quantun radio products and is a Motorola Professional Radio Licensed Developer and Partner Select Authorized Reseller Partner.

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