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Domain Comms Sponsors the Shelsley Bike Festival 2015

Take your family along to this fantastic event in support of the National Association of Blood Bikes!

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FACILITIES MANAGERS - Make your life easier and your team more effective!

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There is no doubting that the life and work of a facility manager is fast moving, responsive and diverse, especially when you are looking after field teams across multiple sites where rapidly changing priorities are needed to maintain availability and keep staff safe at all times.
Two-way radio communications are already recognized as essential to these goals and have often been in service for many years, - we enjoy the strengths and have become used to the weaknesses of those communications over many years, BUT, many have still to fully grasp and enjoy the huge benefits of DIGITAL two-way radio communications. The following ‘did you know that DIGITAL two-way radio can......’ points might help you decide to manage a suitable migration to a digital fleet bringing benefits in efficiency, safety and responsiveness to your team.

  • ‘did you know that DIGITAL two-way radio can’......integrate directly with your BMS and fire systems sending bespoke voice alerts and text messages to your team

  • ‘did you know that DIGITAL two-way radio can’.....enjoy vastly improved voice quality over the same distance as your analogue system

  • ‘did you know that DIGITAL two-way radio can’.....link geographically distant sites using IP linked repeaters

  • ‘did you know that DIGITAL two-way radio can’......DOUBLE your channel capacity within the limits of your existing OFCOM license through the use of TDM technology

  • ‘did you know that DIGITAL two-way radio can’......be trialled FREE OF CHARGE by contacting Domain Communications on 0800 043 2400 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Analogue versus Digital - The Basics

The use of the term Analogue to describe two way radio communications usually means that the information being conveyed (what you have spoken into the microphone) modulates the carrier signal (simply put it puts your voice onto the transmission on the stated frequency).

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