The Two Way Radio Show
We discuss the FCC proposal to levy fees on ham radio licenses. tell you about some MURS radios from Dakota Alert and some really big summer rebates on Kenwood and Motorola business radios. Plus, the FCC grants Garmin a waiver.
We give you an introduction to power supplies and tell you how to choose the right one for your mobile or base station two way radio. We also take some of your comments and questions from our blog and our forum.
We discuss the rising popularity of the TYT TH-UV88 dual band amateur radio and whether or not it could replace the Baofeng UV-5R as the most popular radio in the world. Plus the Wouxun KG-805G GMRS radio, CB and ham radios,
We discuss the current national emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic and how two way radios can be an important asset for both business and personal communications. We also tell you how to properly clean and disinfect your radios.
We tell you about a new smartphone controlled and programmable mobile amateur radio from VGC and a TYT radio that rivals the Baofeng UV-5R in features, performance, and price.
We discuss the recent proliferation of FRS radios designed for use in small business applications. We’ll also tell you about changes to some Midland MXT radio accessories and give you an update on the tariffs on Chinese import radios.
We tell you about a new series of radios from Wouxun that could change the landscape for power users of both GMRS and MURS. We’ll also take some of your comments and questions from our blog and our forum.
We give you our recommended picks of two way radios that make great holiday gifts for young and old. We’ll also take some of your comments and questions from our blog and our forum.
We discuss whether or not you should buy a used two way radio. We’ll also take some of your comments and questions from our blog and our forum.
We discuss whether or not digital radio technology will completely replace analog communications. We’ll compare the advantages and disadvantages of digital and analog radios, talk about the increased use of digital radios in the field,