Generally this is not a good practice.The battery is designed to be charged and then depleted through use.If you leave it on in the charger you are actually charging and discharging the battery simultaneously.If you leave it on overnight, the charger will charge the battery and shut off.Your radio, still on, will be draining the battery so that in the morning, you may only have 50% of the life left.
Yes is the short answer.In the grand scheme of things, the cost to license is relatively inexpensive and lasts for 10 years.It is of benefit to do so.Not only are you legally obligated to obtain a license, it helps to protect you from potential interference by coordinating your operations with those that surround you.
Basically, a trunked radio system enables radio channels to be pooled and shared by multiple user groups. For instance, you may have 4 different groups that need to access a system. Trunking gives those groups the ability to share channels but still be separate in operations; they won’t hear each other’s transmissions as they are separate groups. In both analog and digital, this process generally is managed by infrastructure.
You can still get analog radios.The price differential is not that significant and since digital radios can always operate in analog mode, you can buy digital and start migrating without replacing everything at once. New equipment can always be programmed to work with existing equipment.
Yes and no.The Nextel system is no longer available however, many of the features that were attractive in the Nextel product are now available in digital radios.In addition new digital radios do not require airtime to operate.
Digital mobile radio (DMR) is an openstandard defined in the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and used in commercial products around the world. Nearly every manufacturer of two-way radios builds products to this standard.This standard defines how transmissions are sent and received in digital.The biggest benefits of this standard are improved audio communications, increased useable range, and the ability to have two transmissions on the same frequency at the same time.
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