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By replacing radios that are not capable of narrow band with an analog or digital radio, you'll be able to save more of your money. Of course, you'll need to decide if a more capable and more expensive digital radio is beneficial in the long run over the more affordable analog narrow band radios.

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When it comes to deciding whether to go with a digital or an analog radio, talk to an expert. Weigh the benefits of digital versus analog by deciding what will work best for your needs and your budget. For example, with digital repeaters with a DMR format, they are able to use two channels at the same time with only one licensed frequency. Call or visit the team at Radiotronics, Inc. today to learn more!

While analog radios are usually 30% less expensive than digital, they are not as versatile. In case the FCC changes to ultra-narrow band, digital radios can be reprogrammed while analog radios cannot. Also, with analog radios, you can hear squelch noises on the edges of coverage but with digital radios, the coverage is completely clear.

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Still have questions regarding which will work better for you? Visit Radiotronics, Inc. today and speak with an expert in person! Contact us now!

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