March 30, 2019

Founder and managing partner of A Beep LLC, featured in Mission Critical Communications magazine

Company President, Frank Anderson is featured in the March 2019 Mission Critical Magazine. Here is the full interview.

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February 04, 2019

New National Dealer Manager Named for Diga-Talk Plus

Patricia Ryg was named national dealer manager for Diga-Talk Plus, a nationwide provider of push-to-talk (PTT) over cellular (PoC) service.

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January 09, 2019

pdvWireless Transfers MOTOTRBO Customers, to A-Beep LLC

pdvWireless entered a customer acquisition and resale agreement with A Beep and a customer acquisition, resale and licensing agreement with Goosetown Enterprises, along with a memorandum of understanding with the principals of Goosetown.

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December 21, 2018

Record Growth for LTE PoC by Diga-Talk+

Following a successful product launch in October of 2017, Diga-Talk+ has activated thousands of subscriber units and has developed a solid platform from which to spring future growth and innovation.

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June 18, 2015

Nursing Homes and Two Way Radios

Nursing homes are always struggling to become more efficient, and that can be tricky. One way that efficiency can be improved is through two way radios. Radios help to keep all the staff connected and informed, whether they’re administrators, maintenance personal, physicians, nurses, or assistants. Instant communication helps boost productivity and increases profit margins.

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June 01, 2015

Firefighter Portable Radio Safety Tips

Firefighters need reliable portable radios to keep in contact with each other. It can literally be a matter of life and death! Here are some tips for taking care of your portable radios as a firefighter.

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May 24, 2015

Cleaning Your Portable Radio

As with any electronics, cleaning your portable radio is something that should be done correctly. You don’t want to use the wrong cleaning methods or products and risk damage. Here are some tips.

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May 03, 2015

The First Walkie Talkie

The first true walkie-talkie was built by Don Hings in 1937. It was designed as a portable field radio that was also known as a wireless set or “pack set”. The term "walkie-talkie" (sometimes "talkie-walkie") was coined by journalists reporting on these new inventions during the war.

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April 23, 2015

Fleet Control through GPS – Improves Efficiency and Makes Good Business Sense

Monitoring your fleet with GPS has numerous benefits which can help with not only decision making but also have an effect on your ROI while increasing customers. The considerations below are just a few of the various benefits from the use of GPS trackers for your fleet.

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April 06, 2015

When and Where to Use Portable Radios

Portable radios are still a popular options for communication, even with the advent of the cell phone. It has certain features that just aren’t available easily on a cell phone, such as everyone being able to hear what one person says. It’s ideal for group communication. Here are some of the times and places that benefit from mobile radios.

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March 19, 2015

4 Ways You Can Improve Your School Security

There are plenty of schools today that tend to neglect security when this ought to be one of the greatest focuses. With the various violent incidences happening in schools nowadays, with students sneaking in weapons and outsiders getting in without any problem, parents are very much concerned about the safety of their children within the school premises. It's thereby essential to ensure the continuous improvement of your school security.

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March 05, 2015

On Mobile Radio

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of uses of radio spectrum and technology. Everything from baby monitors and broadcasting to radar and radio beacons are applications of radio. This blog focuses on the first historical uses of radio—mobile radio. But mobile radio isn’t just for safety purposes today. Taxi drivers, tow truck dispatchers, and package delivery services are just a few of the businesses that make innovative use of mobile radio.

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March 03, 2015

15 Uses For GPS Tracking Devices

There are different types of GPS tracking devices which have functions which differ ways. GPS data-loggers receive their location and store it, so over time they will put up a route (if movement has been made) which can often be uploaded and inspected at a later time. Some even store a location of your choice and then display arrows to help you get back to this place easily!

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