walkie talkie, more formally known as a handheld transceiver (HT), portable, two-way radio transceiver. Typical walkie-talkies resemble a telephone handset, with a speaker built into one end and a microphone in the other

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Walkie Talkie is a handheld, portable radio: they communicate wirelessly (using radio waves) on a single, shared frequency band. Each battery-powered unit contains a transmitter/receiver and antenna (for sending and receiving radio waves), a loudspeaker that often doubles up as a microphone when you talk into it, and a button that you “push-to-talk” (PTT). The loudspeaker/microphone works in much the same way as an intercom: because a speaker and a microphone contain essentially the same components (a coil of wire, a magnet, and a paper or plastic cone to pick up or generate sounds), you can use a single device to do both jobs essentially by switching the electrical circuit into which it’s connected and reversing the current. More sophisticated walkie-talkies (like the Motorola model shown in our photos) contain separate loudspeakers and microphones.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: Why do you recommend Motorola Walkie-Talkies?
A: Because we find them to be reliable, and to perform just as well as “leading brands” that cost twice as much or more to buy.
Also, Motorola walkie talkies s are far more compact than any other make we have found, making them much easier to send out, use and return.

Q: Are the chargers included with your Walkie-Talkie?
A: Yes, always. We do not charge extra fees for the radio chargers, unlike some of our rivals.
We usually offer enough 6-slot chargers to charge all the radios hired at one time. We also have single chargers as well if you prefer these.

Q: What is the range of the radios you buy?
A: The issue of how far a radio signal will go is dependent on what objects there are between the transmitting and receiving radio.
Effective range can be from around 1/2 mile in built up areas to 2 or 3 miles in flat, open countryside.

Q: Who all can hear the conversation?
The only people or group of people who are tuned in to the same channel/frequency can only hear the conversation among them.

Q: Why do some call walkie talkie a two-way radio?
A: The age old radio also works on the same mechanism as a walky talky. The major difference between a normal radio and a walkie talkie is that while you can just listen through a radio, you can do both talk and listen through a walkie talkie.

Q: What is the range of long range Walkie-Talkies?
A: If the conditions are ideal (i.e. no obstacles, hindrances etc) then a walkie talkie can work up to 20-50 miles. But this is generally not achievable due to the atmospheric and physical obstructions present in the location.

Q: How long is the battery life of a Walkie-Talkies?
A: Ideally when a walkie talkie battery is fully charged, then it can last up to 8-12 hours. But again this depends on the usage of the two-way radio.
Also, buy a new battery when your walkie-talkies tells you so by signs like: less talk time, decreased range and frequent low battery notifications

Q: Are Walkie-Talkies dangerous?
A: All Walkie-Talkies are perfectly safe to use for anyone. There is NO danger from the radio signals emitted. What you have to make sure of is that the children are taught responsible use of the airwaves.

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