What does a repeater do?
A two-way radio repeater is an infrastructure built to amplify your communication – and has a receiver, transmitter, and a base station antenna. With this technology combination, the coverage area in workplaces, and the building penetration for coverage, is greater. Typically, two-way radio repeaters are used in very large workspaces, the repeater allows the two-way radio transmitting signals at higher powers, which improves facility communication. But not every workplace requires a radio repeater.
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- Is there an option for Talk Through Your Ears® that meets FCC interference standards for electronic devices?
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