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An automotive factory sprawling over nearly 1,000 acres poses two fundamental communications challenges for its security, maintenance and emergency-response staffs: Metal machinery interferes with radio signals and ceilings block GPS signals, thwarting systems for tracking personnel. Managers of a Mercedes-Benz factory that opened in Hungary in 2012 needed a wireless network that could overcome these […]Read more →
No one disputes that digital technology is the future of wireless communications. Yet for all the advantages of upgrading to digital, plenty of business and government users of two-way radios still are getting along fine with analog models. If one gets broken on the job site or simply wears out, owners should have a choice […]Read more →
Before you commit to buy a new two-way radio network or upgrade the one you have, it’s important to have a good idea of the features available and what they can do for you. Advances in microprocessor technology are allowing manufacturers to cram more capabilities into portable radios every year. If you want for a […]Read more →
Manufacturing is hard on our hearing. Machines rotate, pound, cut and grind, producing sound in ear-threatening volume. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA) recommends that manufacturers design their machinery to produce less noise and protect the hearing of their workers. That’s all well and good, but some jobs are just going to get […]Read more →