Who does not know that? Not always is a mobile network available, if you desperately want to deny something and wants to make calls. This is particularly true of valleys, forests and areas in the mountains. And most of the time, when you're in one of those dead spots, you can not use your cellphone, which is badly needed right now. With a radio, this radio hole can often be easily prevented and above all overcome. A radio provides real independence with some barriers. Because radios certainly have no range that can provide a mobile network. However, an agreement in a radius of 20 km is often easily possible and this is almost guaranteed. White surfaces, as they are known from mobile communications, a high-quality radio basically does not know.
Fixed installation or stay mobile?
If a radio is to be used in addition to support mobile radio in the car in the future, the question remains whether the system is to be permanently installed in the car or to be kept completely flexible and mobile. The radio systems are offered in both versions and both have their advantages and disadvantages. Mobile devices have the advantage that they can also be used elsewhere, for example during excursions, hikes or in the forest. In addition, a mobile radio can be replaced very quickly in the event of a defect. It is small, light and easy to transport. However, mobile devices need to be aware that they have a lower range when compared to fixed devices. In addition, mobile devices are often operated only on its own battery as a power source. Here you should always pay attention to a sufficient charge of the battery. Otherwise, the batteries may just fail or fail when the radio is urgently needed. For a fixed installation in the vehicle, the device is powered by the car battery. A power failure is therefore less possible.
In addition, fixed devices offer better acoustics in addition to reliable operation when compared to mobile radios. In addition, the roof antenna of the fixed installation will always guarantee a better range, which should always be the decisive factor.
Radio type not the same in all countries
Those who do not have a radio license, for example, the frequency ranges CB (engl. Citizens band radio) and PMR (Private Mobile Radio) use to spark. However, one should know that these areas apply in Germany. Once the vehicle is driven to another country, different rules apply. All radio frequencies are independently managed by the countries. One should be sure of that, if one wants to get the idea to use German devices abroad. Anyone who sparks here on the wrong channel can provoke many inconveniences. In that regard, you should prepare yourself very thoroughly for the provisions of the travel country before use.
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