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Motorola Walkie-Talkie

About Motorola Walkie-Talkie

Motorola walkie-talkie is a wireless communication system that includes a transmitter and a receiver. The first walkie-talkie was marketed by the Motorola Company, at the beginning of the Second World War. It is a Motorola walkie-talkie that was used for communication between U.S. troops on the ground. Thereafter, the market for Motorola walkie-talkie has expanded on the business environment, where it contributed to the productivity and development of the radio communication in companies. First analog, Motorola walkie-talkie was quickly integrated into many sectors: industrial environment, health and education, public emergency services, tourism, etc. Motorola walkie-talkie followed the digital wave to become a highly sophisticated walkie-talkie radio that can meet any need for wireless communication.

Motorola walkie-talkie benefits

Since the release of the first Motorola radio walkie-talkie SCR-300 in 1940, the Motorola walkie-talkie has come a long way. Regardless of the model, Motorola walkie-talkie's main feature is its sturdiness. Each walkie-talkie Motorola is designed to withstand extremely difficult weather: temperature variations, wind, rain, snow. Motorola walkie-talkie is also particularly robust to shocks and vibration during long hours. Motorola walkie-talkies' selection continues to grow to meet the demands of a clientele that is increasingly on the lookout for new technologies. Nowadays, each Motorola walkie-talkie model has built-in features, such as GPS, text messaging, emergency button and more. CTM gives you the ability to program features on your Motorola walkie-talkie while purchasing or renting radio.

Do you have questions?

To find the Motorola walkie-talkie that fits perfectly to your needs, do not hesitate to call our team at CTM, in one of the three branches of Montreal, Quebec City and Gatineau for all your radio rental needs. We also serve several cities in Ontario and Quebec.