Two Way Radio Options

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Two way radios are used for communication purposes. They let a user send as well as receive signals over different channels. These radios find use in variety of applications. They use radio waves for communication and these radio waves have different frequencies. Therefore, Two Way Radios operate on different frequencies. These frequencies may differ from one place to another. Also the transmission rate depends upon the frequency that the radio uses. When low frequencies are used, data transmission can take place over a short distance. In case a high frequency is used, data transmission takes place over a larger distance.

The CB (citizens band) radio is an option with both mobile and handheld styles that provide 40-channels and have an output of 4 watts. They are generally sold as an individual radio and you would need to buy one for each person. The CB radio tends to be a little larger and bulkier than the other radio options.

It is common to find that a Two Way Radios covering the Family Radio Service (FRS) channels will cover the General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) channels as well. FRS radios have a maximum power of 1/2 watt, so you don’t want to roam too far from each other and hope to communicate. If you purchase a radio with both FRS and GMRS capability, you can operate on the FRS channels without a license, however, to operate on the GMRS channels you will need to obtain an FCC license, but not everyone in the family needs one. The FCC license is issued to facilitate the activities of an adult individual AND his or her immediate family members. Family members include a spouse, children, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, and in-laws. One license can cover the whole family, but the licensee is responsible for everyone operating under their license and will need to insure all users follow the rules. GMRS radios operate in the UHF band so the radios are compact and light weight. The power of these radios is generally from 1 to 5 watts, and they are most often sold in pairs for about the price of one handheld CB radio.

One of the latest and little known new services is the extreme radio service (eXRS) that uses new technology referred to as “Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum” technology and operates in the 900 MHz band. The eXRS two way radio boasts of being able to provide superior communications over a greater range when compared, under the same conditions, to the FRS and GMRS radios, plus they require no license like the GMRS does. When sold in pairs they are about the same price range as the FRS/GMRS Two Way Radios.

Finally, the marine VHF band radios are another option. The FCC eliminated the individual licensing requirement for voluntary ships operating domestically which are not required by law to carry a radio. So your personal, non-commercial, watercraft is exempt from a licensing requirement. Portable, handheld versions are generally found in the power range of 1 to 5 watts. They are sold as individual radios like the CB handhelds. The Cost of these radios is higher than the others, but if you are a fisherman, there is a price you are willing to pay for your safety through communication. Not only are these radios capable of land to water communications, but land to land as well. This is often an overlooked capability of “marine” radios.

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Jawbone launches new Era BT earpiece, offers compelling reasons for this wearable

events 8th june 2013Jawbone launches new Era BT earpiece, offers compelling reasons for this wearable
With a huge amount of information on the net about earpiece’s it’s hard to discover the best and generally truthful information. here is a piece from a reputable website that i believe to be accurate, do not quote me on it but please read and enjoy

The last time I checked out a Jawbone Bluetooth earpiece was in 2010 with the ICON and that was when I gave up on wireless earpieces. Jawbone just announced their next generation headset, the new Jawbone Era, available at Jawbone.com and Verizon for $129.99.

Admittedly, when I see someone with a BT earpiece in today I think they are either a bit arrogant in thinking their conversations are more important than those around them or that they are out of touch with the latest technology. Neither may be true, but it just feels like BT headsets have gone the way of portable navigation devices. However, we are seeing that both may be coming back into fashion as technology continues to evolve and the use cases for such devices make even more sense than they used to.

I talked with Gernard Feril from Jawbone and was intrigued to hear about their findings regarding headset usage that closely match how I use my smartphones and earbuds. Jawbone designed the new Era to satisfy the consumer with these needs.

As you all know, smartphones have gotten significantly larger over the last couple of years and now more than ever a Bluetooth earpiece makes even more sense. Jawbones data shows the following:

I have been using the new Jawbone Era for a day and have to say I think this headset is perfect for many of my audio needs and I may be going back to using a Bluetooth earpiece. Its still early in my evaluation and I plan to write up a full review after a couple of weeks, but so far I am quite impressed with its performance and slick design.

The new Era is 42 percent smaller than their previous generation Era, which is quite an amazing feat considering the last Era was already quite small. It weighs almost nothing, actually just 6 grams, and you likely won’t even notice it in your ear. They also developed a charging case, designed to go with you, that extends the talk time to a total of ten hours.

I commute on a train for a couple hours a day, am on phone calls for about an hour a day, use my phone for all my music, and am a heavy consumer of podcasts. I use wired earbuds for most of these audio experiences, but carrying earbuds, untangling the cable, and wrestling with the cable and my backpack are a bit of a hassle. It also limits my range of motion and completely isolates me from the world around me.

I dont necessarily need full stereo performance with two earbuds for podcasts, calls, and music so plan to use the new Jawbone Era for a couple weeks to see if this small headset is a better option for my lifestyle.

The new Jawbone Era uses Jawbones new NoiseAssassin 4.0 noise cancellation technology and with all of the construction near my office and Seattle noise I will be sure to put this technology to the test soon. The new earpiece also supports wideband audio and a couple of the devices I have support this so that is another function I plan to evaluate.

The earpiece package includes 1 medium silicone earbud for the left ear and a small, medium, and large earbud for the right ear. I used to wear my Bluetooth earpiece in my left ear and luckily the medium seems to fit well. I will try my right ear with the different sizes too since I do plan to go running with the Jawbone Era to test its ability to stay in my ear with lots of movement.

The new Jawbone headset iOS and Android application just launched this morning so I have only spent a couple minutes with it and cannot yet comment on its functionality. The software is designed to let you customize the voices on your headset, access your favorite playlists, and even locate your headset if it is lost. I will be sure to cover this in my review.

The Jawbone Era will be available in four colors; black, silver, brown, and red. It is priced at $129.99 for the headset and charging case and $99.99 just for the headset. Verizon and Jawbone.com have it available now with the Era coming to Apple, AT&T, and Best Buy stores in the future.

Let me know if you have any specific questions you want answered in my full review and I will be sure to test things out and cover the topics then.

The Westone W40 Review

For years people have been telling me that family, love and happiness are the important things in life…These days I realized that I can take or leave all that as long as I have this radio accessory in the world.

earpiece spy gadgetBeneath each buds innocuous plastic frame rests a mighty four pack of razor-thin balanced-armature drivers. The drivers are separated by three crossover points for bass, midrange, and treble, with a claimed frequency range of 10Hz to 18kHz.

Comfort
The W40 fit very snugly, and that helps them achieve their impressive amount of passive noise attenuation. Westone claims the W40 knock off 25 db of noise, and were inclined to agree. Comfort will obviously vary for each person, but once we found the right ear tip for us, the W40 were as comfortable as any bud weve evaluated. Fortunately, the included accessory pouch offers just about every size imaginable. The foam tips were harder to insert and more invasive, but they also stayed put with an iron grip, which could come in handy in more tumultuous environments.

Audio performance
While the W40 could be used in a number of scenarios involving premium electronics and high-quality source material, we think many folks will use them with their smartphones to play back MP3s. So thats how we tested them: MP3s via an iPhone 5. Having done so, we can honestly say that, degraded source file or no, the W40 provided unbridled clarity, vivid definition, and miles of dynamic expression, reminding this reviewer, once again, that he truly does have the best job on the planet.
The W40s detailed sound is so supremely refined that it provided fresh explorations into some of our favorite tracks, creating that sought-after new discovery experience that makes old classics sound brand new again. The W40s provide professional mixing-level clarity, and you could certainly use the W40 in that capacity, or as a live in-ear monitor. Every nuance, muttering vocal, double-tracked guitar, or fluttering sweep of dissipating reverb was laid out in nimble, pristinely separated corridors of the sound stage.
But the W40 arent just accurate. We also found the word beautiful riddled throughout our evaluation notes. Serenely ringing sweeps of an acoustic guitar, or swelling bows from a set of violins often surprised us with their sheer beauty. When youre enamored with the applause at the end of The Beatles Bungalow Bill, you know youre dealing with an impressive set of headphones. The W40 also did well tracing the roots of each instrument in every recording, digging up the inherent colors within and reproducing them, albeit with a taste of the lighter, laser-sharp touch for which balanced-armature drivers are known.
Not surprisingly, the W40 really only showcased their full potential on works with extremely complex, richly-layered dimensions from bands like Radiohead, Depeche Mode, and Stevie Wonder. For example, Before Your Very Eyes by Atoms for Peace sounded almost like a different track altogether. Brand new details came to life, and others that had only been a ghost of a sound, like the wave effect that whirls behind the top layers towards the end of the song, were pulled from the background and aired for the first time in the light of day.
Of course, we do have a couple of nits to pick. As is common in an armature-driver system, the bass wasnt always as potent as we wanted it, and occasionally there was just a shade too much sibilance up top, evidenced by an s or t in a vocal line, or a sharp snap on a snare. But those issues tended to occur only on our lightest or poorest recordings, and the W40 do an excellent job coaxing warmth and fluidity from a design that is often accused of sounding clinical or sterile.

Westone W40 earbud
Also, with due appreciation for the W40s superb sound quality, we think most folks will think they are priced a little high for an in-ear. Still, if you can swing it, they absolutely deliver. The W40 provided us with excellent noise isolation and brilliant portable audio compatibility, with sound quality that will only improve for those who do splurge on a premium playback device. After all, and if youve already thrown down $500 for premium electronics, why not go for the gold with the headphones, too?

Conclusion
Westones W40 offer supreme clarity, ravishing detail, and astonishing dynamic expression, placing them in meager company within the hi-fi landscape. Their $500 price tag has a lot of bite, but then again, the work that goes into cramming four drivers into a tiny bud doesnt come cheap.
These are professional headphones, designed for serious audiophiles and musicians casual listeners need not apply. But if you want an in-ear that gives you a whole new way to explore your aging audio collection, Westones W40 may be the set youve been waiting for.

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Could you Recommend Some Waterproof Headphones for me? Asked by Betty from Hammersmith

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Hi Betty,

I take it you’re a newer reader and you therefore aren’t aware of my dislike for recommending specific sets of headphones. In a usual case, (like when one reader asked me to recommend sweat-proof headphones) I have to answer with “it depends on a multitude of factors, such as how often you use them, how important sound quality is to you or even (in that one case) how much you tend to sweat. However, I’m not going to let you down, Betty, because waterproof headphones are actually a bit different…

There are several companies that specialize in designing totally waterproof headphones, some of which I’ll be glad to recommend to you. However, at this point, I really must stress that I have never owned, borrowed, or even reviewed a pair of waterproof headphones, so although I am happy to point you in the right direction, I (metaphorically, of course) wash my hands of responsibility if they don’t quite work. My advice to you is to try Amazon first and read the customer reviews (especially the negative ones), before making your purchase.

Anyway, now that’s over and done with…

A company called ‘Swimmer LTD’ specialize in all things swimming related, with special emphasis on watertight cases for iPods, smartphones and even iPads. They also sell headphones, of course and their site features customer reviews for most of their products.

Another company called ‘H20 Audio’ also makes waterproof headphones and FINIS have a set called the ‘SwimP3’ which, dopey name aside, seems to be rather well-regarded by swimmers. The ‘SwimP3’ utilizes bone conduction technology, which is probably the best way to go if you’re planning on listening to music whilst swimming.

Bone conduction, in case you don’t know, simply bypasses the outer ear and stimulates the tiny inner ear bones (called ‘ossicles’), just as an organic sound would, your brain then interprets this sound exactly the same way as it would if you’d heard it in your ear, only, because your outer ear is not directly being used, you are free to wear earplugs (which some swimmers like to do).

These suggestions are by no means your only options though; there are a veritable ton of companies out there all manufacturing products exactly like the ones you want. So, whilst I can’t give any of them a personal seal of approval (sorry about that), I can at least offer a helping hand. Is that enough, Betty?

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Radius Earphones – The Ultimate Gym Earbuds

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Have you ever found yourself in the middle of the gym wearing a pair of uncomfortable, bulky headphones in an effort to drown out the drone of the lack-luster gym music?
In today’s world, you have the power to leave those bulky headphones at home or drop them off at the Goodwill – then turn to a sleek pair of earbuds for salvation!

In case you are unfamiliar with the term earbuds , they are high-quality earphones with soft buds that fit snuggly within your ear canal. The beauty of these puppies is that they fit so well that you can jog, run, sprint, spin and dance without them falling out of your ears.
Plus, a good pair inspires you to wear them for hours without pain or irritation.

Radius Earphones is one of the premiere developers of earbuds for adventurers at heart. Active men and women love them so much that they utilize them no matter where they go. For instance, rock climbers enjoy listening to crystal clear music as they pull their way up mountain peaks; cyclists glide like the wind while enjoying off-the-hook bass; and body builders are inspired as they rock their way muscle gains.

Why Radius Earphones?
Radius has been heralded by top reviewers at CNET, PC World, Macworld and more. The reason for their success lays in the fact that:
1. The company is committed to leading the way in innovation for music lovers around the world.
2. They work to solve specific problems for their customers, such as developing earphones for those with small ears, for those who live forbeautiful bass, and/or for active individuals.

3. All customers can be sure that they are gaining top-quality products at affordable prices. Additionally, no matter which product a customer purchases, he or she can sleep easy knowing that if it breaks or stops working within a year of purchase, it will be replaced free of charge.

4. Sound output is out of the world! Radius earphones put out crystal clear tunes that are never tinny or distorted.

5. Customer service is superb and delivery is prompt. Radius takes care of their customers and is always willing to listen. In fact, the company thrives on noting consumer ideas and implementing them into their new designs.
The possibilities are endless with Radius Earphones, as they make for perfect iPhone earphones and are also compatible with iPads, MacBook Pros, PC tablets, Android phones, Blackberries, PC laptops, and more. Whether you are looking for sports, earphones, jogging headphones, headphones for exercise, earphones for work, or headphones witha built-in mic for the car, there is bound to be a solution to fit your need!

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VIP Nano Spy Earpiece – History of Achievements

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Each person tends to simplify the work. Everybody strives to improve the quality of life. Every modern man tries to understand the trends of modern robotics and advanced nano-technology. Growing needs of people cause progress!

We describe an excellent device – Spy Earpiece – as a trend of modern technology which improves our live.

Evolution of spy earpieces:

– Analog Covert Earphone (to the 90s)
– Digital Simple Earpiece (from 1993 to 2001)
– Digital Micro Spy Earpiece (from 2001 to present)
– Digital Wireless Nano Spy Earpiece (from 2008 to present)
– Digital VIP Nano Spy Earpiece (from 2011 to present)

All modern Spy Earpieces are made based on digital technologies. First time, digital earpiece was made in England by student Max Brown in 1993. The modern Spy Earpieces are produced in the modern technological laboratories and workshops. Max Brown is the owner of production of Spy Earpieces and chain stores around the world.
But technology never stops. The latest innovation in the wireless Spy Earpieces is VIP Nano Spy Earpiece.
It can work up to 12 hours in the conversation mode. 12 hours of continuous work – that’s great! This is unique Spy Earpiece which isn’t allowing us to hear outside noises. It is achieved through the nanotechnology in the production of Spy Earpieces.

Let’s look history of the Spy Earpiece industry.

The first Covert Earphones were very bulky and not convenient for using. It was required an urgent reduction of size to achieve the desired stealth’s effect. In the 1993 British engineering students developed the first prototype of the Digital Simple Earpiece for hidden communication. From that moment the size is approaching the modern one.
With the rise of mobile technology and mobile phones in everyday life – had developed new models spy earpieces working in conjunction with a cellular phone. So in 2001, was released a completely new on the characteristics earpiece works in conjunction with some mobile phone companies Nokia and Motorola. A few months later there were already supporting devices from other manufacturers of mobile phones, there were models for Samsung, LG, Sony, Ericsson(then it was still different independent companies) and Alcatel.

With the release of an absolutely revolutionary, amazing device by Apple January 9, 2007, the world has changed mobile communications. Changed standards of quality and changed standards of convenience. Now we can say that the Steve changed the world. Max Brown company quickly navigate and has gone on sale in the spring version of micro earpiece with full support for iPhone Steve Jobs.

Exposed to innovative ideas and developments Apple, Max Brown and his team is developing a new version of spy earpiece – where time has been brought up to 5 hours and significantly improved sound quality. Device enters the market in February 2008 and receives the name Nano spy earpiece. Already at that time, developers are set to make the device completely undetectable by external scanners to improve the safety of users and bring a new level of interference protection device by removing all unnecessary incoming signals to the speaker. These plans would have remained unfulfilled, if not several contracts concluded in 2009 with a few large companies involved in security in the banking sector. New investments have given the acceleration in the development and Research Security new kinds of devices.
So, in early 2011, the market goes limited party of the revolutionary device called VIP. These devices work with all existing mobile phones are completely protected from the external detection of advanced security scanners, working hours increased to a record 12 hours, and noise level of external influences is reduced to an absolute low level of white noise (noise space).

Now the Mr. Browns company is known as the official spy earpiece founder, developer and manufacturer spy earpieces.

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Turtle Beach X11 For Call of Duty

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While it is among the most powerful Killstreaks included in the game it can be challenging to use if you have no experience for it.
In this deathmatch strategy guide I’m going to outline how to be able to finally obtain and also master the unique AC-130 Killstreak incentive.
There are a handful of different methods obtain the AC-130 Killstreak around Modern Warfare 2. You can get across your fingers and hope to get it out of one of many random Killstreaks within a Care Package deal. This is a tough one to obtain given that the percentage chance to getting an AC-130 is reportedly as few as 8%.

This is various peoples first experience which has an AC-130 and it usually can be a confusing ordeal while using 3 different guns and aiming strategy required when employing it. This is a little taste of which the AC-130 works as well as what havoc you may wreak with it if you know how to make use of.

Alternatively if you are a bit more experienced with Advanced Warfare 2 you’ve got unlocked hopefully your Harrier Killstreak and next finally the AC-130 Killstreak. It is a challenging Killstreak to arive at as you have got to first get seven kills in the row to discover your Harriers.

Then cross a person’s fingers and hide somewhere during the map safely and let your Harrier do your projects. Your goal will be to kill at least some opponents with ones Harrier airstrike simply by selecting an part of the map to decrease the Harrier payload. When your Harrier gets started to hover for the map you may want to bide time until it to fastener onto some adversaries and use the powerful Gatling gun.

If everything comes well and none of this enemy team is quick to pull out the Stinger missiles you have to be at 11 kills within a row. Time to call in the big guns!
At 11 kills within the row you can now finally call inside your valuable AC-130. You should are somewhere safe as you can be left vulnerable on the floor while you manage the AC-130. Games like Modern-day Warfare 2 the industry good game but perhaps you should attempt playing it with the Turtle Beach face phones then see whatever you think of the action.

They improve a sound quality a great deal you’ll be able to hear someone sneaking up behind you even when they’re walking slowly attempting not carryout a sound.
Without any wires so you can get in your way you can focus on the game play they may not likely help boost the kills on matches like Call Of Duty however will help in other ways like if you’re willing to hear someone sneaking upwards behind you you’ll get to move before they allow you to get or you will kill them.

If your an actual gamer then make an attempt these online your x11 headphones could really make a difference to your gaming whether they don’t they will clearly improve the audio quality.
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