FAQs About Two Way Radios

May 31 , 2023

What is Radio Wattage and Why Does It Matter?

Wattage of a radio is the amount of power that a handheld radio can put out. Most business radios wattage is between 1 to 5 watts.

Higher wattage comes with a larger range of communication.

For example, a radio running at 1 watt should translate to around a mile of coverage, 2 watts may reach up toa 1.5-mile radius and a 5-watt radio may be able to reach up to 6 miles away.

How Long Will Two Way Radio Battery Last?

Nomally battery for two way radio has a battery life of 10-12 hours for single use and a lifespan of 18 to 24 months.

This depends on the quality of the battery, and how you use the radios.

Do I Need a License for My Two Way Radio?

To apply for a new license, here are steps:

  • Log in to ULS Online, and then Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.

  • Check left side of the screen, click Apply to get a New License.

  • From the drop-down box, choose Radio Service for the new license.

  • Choose Continue to navigate through the application.

  • Sign your application and click Submit Application.

If you will need radio earpiece accessories for use together with two way radio, feel free to contact RayTalk.

RayTalk is direct factory for accessories, product range includes Earpiece/Earphone/Remote speaker.

microphone/Noise canceling headset/Battery/charger/spare parts.

A ccessories can match with Motorola, Hytera, Kenwood, lcom, Sepura, Midland, Caltta, etc.

FAQs About Two Way Radios