We provide a wide range of services to choose from across a large selection of Professional Mobile Radios. We offer sales, rentals, and repairs for PMRs from brands like Icom, Tait, and Retevis Communications.
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Brands We Supply
Icom UK is responsible for representing Icom products within the Caribbean and European territories.
Retevis wireless communication service is a growing brand of two way radio and accessories.
Experienced professionals in radio and critical communications.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many tones can I choose from on one frequency?
Typically there are 51 tones to choose from which means on a single frequency (eg 462.625Mhz) there could be up to 51 different users or user groups, each assigned to a different tone. Each group is able to have private conversations without the other groups being able to hear what they are saying. However, if anyone group is having a conversation, no other group can transmit at the same time without blocking the signal because no matter which CTCSS tone they use, they are still using the same radio frequency.
Frequency: VHF or UHF?
Typically PMR users are licensed for VHF (Very High Frequency, normally 136MHz-174MHz) or UHF (Ultra High Frequency, normally 430MHz-470MHz). Generally speaking, the lower the frequency, the greater the range of transmission. This does not mean that VHF is automatically the best choice, because VHF signals do not penetrate buildings as well as UHF, which is therefore more suited to urban areas.
Choosing between UHF and VHF for your system can be very difficult and even the experts get it wrong sometimes. We can help you make a choice and if necessary visit you to try out both systems before you buy.
What is a Radio System?
A radio system is an infrastructure that makes improvements or indeed facilitates clear voice and data communication between two-way radios. A digital two-way radio system will improve productivity, save money, and increase safety for your business.
What is the range of a PMR?
Under ideal conditions, a PMR radio signal may be received up to 5km away; this may be affected by the natural obstructions such as large hillsides and mountainous terrains. With the addition of a repeater system, the coverage can be extended to an entire country!
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Professional Mobile Radios were developed primarily for business users who need to keep in contact over relatively short distances with a central base station or dispatcher.