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Re: Walkie Talkie

Jason (
15 Apr 2005 07:07:27 -0700


I refer to walkie talkie that being use in private company and just
within the company itself.

Any idea?

Thank you,


[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Chances are likely that the radio you
refer to by its generic name 'walkie talkie' was actually a UHF radio
operating in something other than the traditional citizen's band
frequency. My clue is your reference to 'private company' and 'within
the company itself'. Maybe like a radio a security service would use
in its work. Those will typically have two or four 'channels' which
is all they seem to need. I don't know why they don't have more channels
in them; probably they don't need more, and more would make the unit
too cumbersome. Any other ideas, anyone? PAT]

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