The Commercial Digital Two-Way Radio digital on-site two-way radio offers enhanced performance
with wide coverage, longer battery life, clear, crisp audio, and the
ability to call a single individual as well as an entire a group.
Using digital technology each radio has its own unique multi-digit
identification code, which is similar to a telephone number in the world
of telephones. When you want to call another individual, you simply uses
the radio's navigation keys to scroll to the individuals name and select
it. The call recipient's radio receives either an audible or vibrating
signal, and their unit then displays the caller's ID information.
Just like a phone has a call log, so does the MT1004 digital two-way
radio. Using a scroll list, you can view a recent-calls list showing the
source and target of the last transmissions with time and date
information. If you miss someone's call, you can always see who it was
A benefit of the MT1004 is that a single "channel" allows
more than one conversation unlike analog which will only allow one. With
digital, each channel can be reused while an established transmission is
in progress. The MT1004 uses frequency-hopping spread-spectrum
technology so a channel can use as many as 50 frequencies.
Digital radios provide better voice quality and more reliable
coverage than a comparable analog radio.
The MT1004 removes noise and has built-in error-correction
techniques that rebuilds a voice transmission to nearly its original
fidelity throughout the majority of its coverage area.
Other MT1004 Features:
- IT uses only half the battery power of an analog system for the same wattage.
- It can send and receive short text messages such as such as "I'll
call you back in 5 minutes" to private or group contacts. The MT1004 has several preprogrammed notes that can be quickly sent, and it has
an optional mini keyboard attachment that can be used to change,
add additional, or delete these messages.
- Call alerts can be sent to let the recipient know you want to talk
to him or her. When you send a call alert, the recipient's radio emits a
series of beeps, or vibrates, and displays your unit name or ID along
with the time and date.
- It uses the 900MHz ISM unlicensed frequencies so no FCC license is required to operate it.