Push-to-Talk Two-Way Radios for Racing Teams

No one understands the need for clear, uninterrupted, and instant communication better than those who own, operate or work on racing teams. Lightning-fast access to information can mean the difference between winning the race and Petering out on pit row. That is why push-to-talk two-way radios for NASCAR races are essential tools for any member of your racing team. Of course, NASCAR racing teams aren’t the only teams that benefit from push-to-talk two-way radios. These are just a few reasons why.

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Push-to-Talk Two Way Radios for State Park Crews

Did you know…that there are 10,336 state parks across 50 U.S. States? Those state parks account for nearly 250,000 campsites and almost 10,000 cabins where families can get away from technology and enjoy a little peaceful communion with Mother Nature. It’s a lot of ground to cover for the men and women tasked with keeping the people, plants, and animals that inhabit these state parks safe and protected.

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Peak PTT Two-Way Radios for Property Management

Push To Talk For Property Management

Property management teams are busy people. Perhaps now more than ever as people across the country are spending much more time in their homes. This means you rely on the ability to communicate with various members of your team safely, effectively, and with the appropriate social distancing in mind. Peak PTT two-way radios can help with all that and so much more. These are just a few ways our two-way radios can help your property management staff operate more effectively so you can get more done in the course of your day.

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Push -to-Talk Two-Way Radios for Job Sites

Push To Talk For Jobsites

Push-to-talk two-way radios bring many benefits to the table for businesses that have workers engaged at various job sites during the day. Whether you’re in construction, field services, or other types of business the ability to communicate with your employees, even when out-of-sight, remains critical. Push-to-talk two-way radios allow you to do precisely that – and so much more. Here’s what you need to know.

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Push to Talk Two Way Radios for Forestry

Forestry is an important field with weighty responsibilities. You’re responsible for many important tasks related to maintaining forest land throughout the country so that it continues to provide green spaces for shelter, homes for woodland creatures, recreation, and more for generations to come. This includes controlled, wildfire prevention, and reforestation efforts.

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April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

The entire month of April has been designated as a time to educate everyone about the dangers and risks of distracted driving. The problem of distracted driving continues to lead to traffic fatalities, accounting for 8.5 percent of fatal motor vehicle crashes in 2019.

The theme for distracted driving awareness month in 2021 is simple: U Drive. U Text. U Pay.

This effort is aimed at all drivers on the road today, including those who drive professionally. Everyone needs to be more mindful of their activities behind the wheel, where their focus is while driving, and the power of the vehicles they are driving to do harm to other people and property.

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How Does Push-to-Talk Work?

Let’s understand the basics. Push-to-talk (PTT) is a technology that sends voice communication across a network. The voice transmissions and receptions are executed on what is known as a half-duplex communication line. Meaning, when you press the button on a push-to-talk device and speak, the users on the other side of the transmission must wait to receive the voice message before they can talk back. Unlike a standard telephone call, in which users have a full-duplex connection.

A typical push-to-talk connection happens instantly. One of the most significant advantages of push-to-talk is a single person’s ability to reach many people with a single button press. Push-to-talk users do not need to make multiple phone calls or type and send text messages back and forth to communicate with a group of people.

Push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) is a relatively new technology. By leveraging existing cellular data networks, and the Internet, users can communicate over virtually unlimited distances.

Push to talk does not use a cellular network’s standard voice channels; it only uses data. For example, there are times when you are unable to make a cellular phone call due to a weak cellular signal, but you can still send a text message. In this instance, using push-to-talk over cellular, the voice communications will still work as it uses data with a minimal data packet size like a text message.

Push-to-talk devices equipped with WI-Fi can leverage the Internet without the need for cellular data, allowing for similar long distances talk ranges.

Why would you consider utilizing push-to-talk for your business?

Instant Always On Communications – Push-to-talk technology from PeakPTT gives teams the power to communicate over short or long distances much more effectively and efficiently no matter where users are located. Compared to traditional 2-way land mobile radios (LMR), where the range is limited and dead zones are prevalent, push-to-talk over cellular has significant advantages.

It’s super simple and easy to use. Users push a button and talk. At PeakPTT, we do all the heavy lifting. Our clients never have to worry about the technical aspects of using our Push-to-talk devices. Devices arrive, ready to use, right out of the box, set up, and ready to go.

At PeakPTT, we do not believe in making our customers sign any long-term contract, so all services are billed on a month-to-month basis and can be turned on and off anytime.