What Are Push-To-Talk Over Cellular Radios? - Atlantic Radio Communications Corp.

What Are Push-To-Talk Over Cellular Radios?

, by Joseph Gabriel, 1 min reading time

What Are Push-To-Talk Over Cellular Radios?

With advancements in technology, keeping in constant communication with one another is easier than ever—and becoming more and more necessary as a result. With modern communication systems, communication is instantaneous and portable, allowing many industries to become safer and more efficient because employees can talk to one another anywhere.

With the rise of mobile data in the last decades, the latest in communication technology is push-to-talk over cellular radios, but what are push-to-talk over cellular radios exactly? Here’s what you should know.

What Is PoC?

Push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) radios, such as Hytera walkie-talkies, allow users to connect through data networks. Whether it be a Wi-Fi network or mobile data, this connection allows users to instantly respond to one another over long distances. Two radios can even communicate with each other internationally, which is useful for industries that manage fleets or teams across countries.

The Benefits of PoC

With the push-to-talk feature and the ability to connect to data networks, these radios are incredibly convenient. As a result, there are a few other benefits that you can take advantage of. Cellular radios provide easy, instant communication. This means you no longer have to make group calls that may be clumsy or difficult to access for those unfamiliar with computer or phone applications.

Where To Start

So now that you know what push-to-talk over cellular radios are, where can you find them to get them into your employees’ hands? Well, they’re more common than you may think. At Atlantic Radio Communications, we provide a wide variety of push-to-talk over cellular radio models for you to choose from. Take the time to consider your needs and what data plans will work best for you. PoC radios are by far the most convenient, quick, and reliable ways to facilitate communication—short or long distance—so it’s just a matter of tailoring your radios to your needs.

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