Telecommunications News / Highlights Four Common Two-Way Radio Mistakes

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 8:30 AM CST, Fri, November 30,2018

Bensalem, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/30/2018 -- helps event organizers maintain clear communication during their events by walking them through common two-way radio mistakes, and they also give tips on how to avoid them. The first mistake that a lot of event planners make is not training their staff on how to use their two-way radios properly. This mistake is easily avoidable when event planners take some time to give their team a comprehensive overview of how to operate their radios before the event starts.

Usually, when people use two-way radios, they don't put much thought into how important it is to speak in a clear voice at a reasonable volume. When working an event, having a lot of background noise is common and can interfere with the communication flow between team members. To bypass this issue, suggests that team members adjust their volume settings and make a conscious effort to speak in a clear voice that can easily be heard over the radio.

Another common mistake that event organizers make when using two-way radios is having all of their staff communicating over one channel, which causes a lot of confusion and breakdowns in communication. To avoid this issue, tells event planners to assign each of their teams a separate radio channel so that they all don't have to compete with each other to speak on one channel.

The last mistake that highlights is the lack of regular radio checks and proper storage. says that maintaining regular radio checks allows event organizers to identify and correct any issues with their radios before they start their event. They also suggest that event planners store their radios in a cool, dry place to ensure optimal functionality.

Those looking for more information on two-radios and accessories for their next event should contact at 215-344-7528 or visit

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