Two-Way Radios
Where there is a group, there is communication, which is so vital and critical and we count on public safety personnel to protect ourselves. Especially when devastating disasters fall, two-way radios ensured fast response and seamless communication.

BelFone brings you versatile analog, DMR, PoC series products, including portable radio, mobile radio, repeater, etc., and help to achieve your performance targets with the right service level required such as smooth communication, higher management efficiency, public and personal safely, information security, flexible product portfolio and so on.
DMR Radios
DMR radios are based on the DMR technology standard. Compared to traditional analog radios, DMR radios use digital signal transmission, which offers higher spectrum utilization efficiency, better sound quality, safer information transmission, and richer data applications. DMR radios have replaced analog radios with significant advantages and are used in various industry sectors.
Push-to-Talk over Cellular(PoC) Radios
PoC radio is a type of two-way radio that supports push-to-talk over cellular networks, including GSM, 3G, and 4G LTE, offering nationwide coverage for your PTT communications. Especially, 4G LTE networks give it a higher data transfer rate and reduced latency, thus enabling the user to communicate with unprecedented speed and efficiency.
Analog Radios
Analog two-way radios use analog signals to transmit and receive voice communications between two or more parties. Analog radios are also known as "walkie-talkies" and are commonly used in industries such as construction, public safety, and transportation.

Analog radios operate on a specific frequency band, which determines the range and clarity of communication. They use a simple technology that modulates a carrier wave with an audio signal to transmit voice communication. The receiving radio then demodulates the signal to recreate the original audio signal.

While analog two-way radios have been largely replaced by digital radios, they are still widely used in certain industries due to their simplicity, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. However, analog radios can be subject to interference and their transmissions can be easily intercepted, which is why many organizations have upgraded to digital radios.
Multimode Radios
A multimode two-way radio can operate on different frequency bands and use various transmission modes, such as analog, digital, or cellular. Multimode radios are often used in professional settings such as emergency services, construction sites, or in industries where communication between workers is essential.

One of the significant benefits of using a multimode two-way radio is that it provides a flexible and reliable means of communication, even in areas where cellular service may not be available. They are also often designed to be rugged and durable, making them suitable for use in harsh environments.
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