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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…
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Two Way Radio Misunderstandings

      We are here to debunk the 6 most common two way radio misunderstandings so you can make a more informed decision on the use of two way radios within your organisation...   “Two way radios…
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OFCOM Radio Licence Fees

      What is an OFCOM radio licence? An OFCOM licence is something that two way radio users must obtain. OFCOM is the UK’s official communication regulator, operating under several Acts of Parliament including the…
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OFCOM Licence: All You Need to Know

      There are two types of two way radios, licenced and licence-free radios. For licenced radios it is required by law to obtain an radio licence from OFCOM. Licence-free radios Licence-free radios are a cheaper…
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Case Study: Bank Underground Station

      Background The Bank Underground Station is a vital station that connects people from all across London. As part of the Central, Northern and Waterloo & City lines, the smooth and safe running of this…
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Wall to Wall Going The Extra Mile

      At Wall to Wall Communications we know that two way radio rental can be a game changing decision for most businesses. Whether you are a large multi site business with employees that travel the country, or a…
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How to Solve Two Way Radio Interference

      At Wall to Wall we know that fast, clear and reliable communication is extremely important in the running of your business. Particularly when trying to communicate in a time sensitive or emergency situation,…