Analogue radio – a solid communications technology
Still a widely used form of radio communication, analogue technology offers a simple, robust and cost-effective communication solution.
Whilst there has been a significant migration to digital technologies, analogue two-way communication has continued to be important for particular user groups such as mining, construction and other heavy industrial and commercial industries. Analogue is particularly beneficial when voting systems are required.
Commercial-grade analogue communication systems
CSE Crosscom can supply and support commercial-grade equipment that is type approved for licensed and Citizen Band (CB) frequencies.
Analogue technology has advanced to offer smaller, smarter and more capable two-way radio solutions to deliver robust communication, even in remote locations where the cost of satellite-based solutions is not warranted and High Frequency is too complicated.
CSE Crosscom specialises in supporting legacy analogue systems as well as providing migration paths for transitioning from analogue to digital technologies.
Benefits of CB and Analogue Radio
- Natural push to talk voice
- Operate across bands
- No interoperability issues in the conventional mode
- The most widely used technology in radio communications
- Analogue offers greater coverage
CB Radio - a free to air communication channels
Citizen Band (CB) two-way radio communications provide an affordable, easy-to-use solution for short-distance, non-critical communications. Removing the need for licensing, contracts or fees, CB two-way radios are widely used when public access channels are required and are an ideal solution for any small operation seeking a simple product built to commercial quality.
With 80 CB channels available for public use, the communal network delivers unrestricted access and operates over public spectrum. An efficient and accessible analogue communication solution, CB frequency band is not recommended for operations where secure transmissions are required.