UHF 2-Way Radios and Walkie Talkies

Two-Way UHF Radios and Walkie-Talkies

Having the ability to communicate with others in a remote area could be a life saving need. UHF radios and walkie-talkies can help in getting communication up and running no matter how remote the area is. Radio communicators typically consist of an analog version, a digital version and the walkie-talkie version.

Analog 2-Way Radios

Analog UHF two-way radios use a frequency modulation (FM) method to communicate. This technology, which has been around since the 1930’s, has typically been discontinued from a manufacturer's perspective. These transmitters are great for limited range application, but in modern times, there are lower cost options available.

Digital 2-Way Radios

The use of digital DMR UHF two-way radios has a much wider range to communicate. Using a binary code method, the distance a transmitter can read is greater. This makes this two-way communication device more beneficial than the analog version.


Walkie-Talkies have been around since the Second World War. Like the two-way transmitter radios, the walkie-talkie has the ability to transmit communications over a certain distance. While not as wide a range as the two-way radio, the walkie-talkie is still a good choice for facility communications.


Storing your two-way radios and walkie-talkies is easy when acquiring a carrying case or a variety of totes specific to these devices. Discover how you can store your device where it stays ready for use at a moment’s notice. Having access to one of these devices is a convenient way to stay in communication with others. A simple stand for the home, or mount apparatus for when you're on-the-go can make all the difference.