Why the need?
Even as mobile technology has come to dominate telecommunications, business and industry users have stayed stubbornly loyal to two way radio. And for good reason – two way radios offer better audio quality than mobile phones, with durable handsets designed to stand up to the rigours of tough working environments fitted with high-quality microphones and speakers that can cut through background noise.
And then there is the convenience of the push-to-talk button – no scrolling through menus, just instant calling with a single touch.
The only drawback to two way radio is the limited signal range. The fact that two way radio handsets communicate directly with one another – no public network infrastructure needed – means the signal is reliable and strong. But it also means it is limited by the output power of a hand-sized device. At best, that means a range of just a few kilometers.
That’s where IDARO comes in.