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Review: Motorola two-way radio

Many people thought that the mobile phone would eventually be the end of the two-way radio. Two-way radios though have consistently been the main tool for use in security and other working environments for a long time. It seems as though the walkie-talkies are still the most practical technology and as the rule goes 'if it isn't broke then don't fix it'. Here, I'll be taking a look at Motorola 2 way walkie talkie radios, so read on if you want to learn more about them.

Why choose Motorola?

Motorola have been a communication device company since 1928 which gives them a lot of credibility in all aspects of communication services. One reason for choosing Motorola two ways as opposed to other two-way radios is that they have a lot of choice when it comes to models and price range. Professional customers
Motorola radio equipment designers have been consistently good at knowing which are the best walkie-talkie communications radio packages to market and at what size budget to market them. They have also been known for their robust but stylish build quality which is essential for working environments. The fact that a Motorola radio system has been the choice of lots of police forces around the world and they are still the preferred choice for professional purchasers who have to buy radio equipment.

Popular options

Favourite two-way communications options for the consumer
When it comes to looking at radios, two-way systems rarely get much better than the most popular offerings from Motorola. Most people who buy walkie-talkies or are thinking of buying walkie-talkies will have heard of the Motorola TLKR T5 and the Motorola TLKR T7. The TLKR T5 is aimed at mostly at the casual user and this is reflected in the relatively low price of the pired units. The range is up to 6km in open and unrestricted places but they work well up to a kilometre in built-up areas. The tlkr7 is a step-up from the tlkr 5 and is useful for industrial situations as well as personal use. You can contact people directly rather than broadcasting messages which makes them more secure and the range is up to 10km. They also have a caller ID display for added security so that someone in your secure group could not pretend to be someone else.

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