How many miles is the two way Motorola talk about T5410?
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We used these radios at Amgen for theCIS department in Thousand Oaks, CA. I was able to go to Sears 4.3 miles away and still communicate back to Amgen, Now take into account w…e had repeaters on top of the higher buildings around campus. We took the same radios to Pismo Beach in Oceano Dunes OHV area and was able to communicate from radio to radio 2-3 miles apart in the dunes. Many factors are to be concidered on the actual distance you can communicate such as: are there any repeaters and direct line of sight play an important factor. So in conclusion I would say between radio and radio 2-3 miles obstructed and 3-5 miles unobstructed.
yes, you can!
Not very many - about 0.000379 miles.
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Sign language, facial expressions, writing, singing, hand signals, so I can only think of 5 ways.
Quiet Talk is achieved through the use of a Continuous Tone-Coded Squelch System or CTCSS. This is a circuit that is used to reduce the annoyance of listening to other users o…n a shared two-way radio communications channel. It is also sometimes called tone squelch. Where more than one user group is on the same channel (called co-channel users), CTCSS filters out other users if they are using a different CTCSS tone or no CTCSS.Receivers equipped with a CTCSS circuit usually have a switch that selects normal mode or CTCSS mode. When enabled, the CTCSS radio circuit, instead of opening the receive audio for any signal, causes the two-way radio receiver's audio to open only in the presence of the normal RF signal AND the correct sub-audible audio tone (sub-audible meaning that the receiver circuitry can detect it, but is not apparent to the users in the audio output). This is akin to the use of a lock on a door. A carrier squelch or noise squelch receiver not configured with CTCSS has no lock on its door and will let any signal in. A receiver with CTCSS circuitry (and with it enabled) locks out all signals except ones encoded with the correct tone. CTCSS can be regarded as a form of in-band signaling.
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It depends on the terrain, buildings, etc but the UHF PD782 I have used can access a repeater well over 15-20 miles away in digital with no problems. For simplex (no repeater)… I have not tried that but you probably could get a mile to possibly a couple of miles again depending on the terrain, buildings, etc - much like what you would see with a UHF FM analog portable.
How many ways can 15 students be seated in a row such that the two most talkative children never sit together?
15! - 2! x 14! = 1133317785600 ways
There are various options for those interested in purchasing Motorola two way radios. Sites like Walmart, eBay and Amazon have general options. More specific radios can be fou…nd at spots like Two Way Direct and Global Industries.
You can purchase a Motorola Talkabout two way radio from a variety of different places. You can try your local electronics store like Radio Shack, or you can try online sites …such as Amazon or eBay.
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The Motorola CLS1410 can be purchased online on websites that sell electronics and is available at Amazon. It also can be purchased in store at Staples.
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Yes: . km x 0.621 = miles . km / 1.609 = miles