What Does DECT Mean?

DECT is an acronym that stands for Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications.  This means that whichever device this acronym is attached to, uses a digital encryption code, rather than analogue radio signals to communicate between the cordless phone and the base unit, providing greater clarity and security than the older, analogue-based cordless phones.

Benefits Of Two Way Radios – Going Digital

Digital Two Way Radios (view range here) are the way forward for a vast number of industries and workplaces; with so many technological advancements changing the workforce in the past few years, digital radios are now rapidly replacing their analogue predecessors.

Analogue two-way radios were introduced to the workplace in the early 1930s with their original limit contained within a small area and though over the decade’s improvements have been made to analogue radios the only way to really improve on them now is to switch over to digital.

What is PMR446?

PMR 446 is a licence free radio frequency for use by two-way radio users in the UK and most of Europe.
The number 446 relates to the frequency band 446Mhz which these radios and types of devices use to communicate and can be used for business or leisure use without licence.

Working From Home And The Coronavirus Crisis

If you are a business owner or have been asked to look at contingency plans for your company, it may be worth getting your team up to speed with remote working and the softphone solutions that you currently use or may choose to do so. The Government predicts that the peak for coronavirus will come in May or June, but it could be a case of it recurring in waves, so be prepared, and make sure you’re ready to put your remote working plans in action.