Leaky Feeder

The co-axial cable between a transmitter and an antenna is also called a feeder cable. Usually, a feeder cable is designed to keep the transmitted signal within it and any potential interference signals out. A leaky feeder is a special feeder…

Trunked Systems

Wall to Wall Radio Communications is proud to be working with Fylde Micro Ltd, co founders and current world leader in the design and manufacture of MPT1327 trunked radio networks. Delivering the first ever true MPT1327 system to BT back…
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Two Way Radio Hire Over The Festive Season

It's never too early to start thinking about two-way radio hire over the festive season! So with the festive season around the corner, we at Wall to Wall Communications think it is time to start getting excited about the festive season…

Digital Radio Makes A Difference

7 Unexpected Benefits of Digital Two-Way Radios Licensed, professional two-way radios have made a huge impact to the way in which we communicate to each other throughout the decades. They have been providing great support in emergencies…

Analogue To Digital Radio Migration

How to Migrate your Two-Way Radios from Analogue to Digital This blog post is all to explain how to migrate from analogue to digital two-way radios. Digital is the future and the present of two-way radio technology and migration to digital…
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Five of the Most Common Two-Way Radio Problems and How to Solve Them

We at Wall to Wall Communications have worked with a vast range of clients and with a vast range of two-way radios. We over the years have had conversations with clients who seem to encounter the same problems with two-way radios. Never fear,…

Tough Cases To Protect Your Two Way Radios

Two way radios can be a big investment, especially if you've just got the newest models (like the Hytera X1e and Hytera X1p) and it is important to protect them from being damaged. Most radios can withstand a fair amount of wear and tear but…
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DIFFERENT TWO-WAY RADIO SYSTEMS

Advantages and disadvantages of different two-way radio systems

This blog post is intended to give an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of various types of two-way radio systems. These include short-term hire, licensed and licence-exempt systems (the so called “licence free”) in the VHF (Low…