At Two Way Hire Services, we take the time to find out what our customers require. TWHS has an extensive range of two-way radios in our hire fleet. Our fleet consists of current Digital, UHF and VHF Motorola portable hand-held radios, mobile/fixed radios, desktop/base station radios, portable repeaters; programmed for use on our dedicated private hire frequencies providing you reliable, private, interference-free communication.
Our team is trained to provide the best radio rental and leasing solutions for your operational requirements. Long or short-term two-way radio hire is available. We are one of Western Australia’s largest and most respected radio hire company’s.
TWHS now hires long distance walkie talkies. The long-distance two-way radios operate on the Telstra 3G Cellular Platform and work as Push to Talk Over Cellular. When connected to the Telstra network, wide area communication is available at the push of a button.
Using the Telstra network, the two-way radios offer:
Unlike traditional LMR/PMR radio networks, the two-way radios provide Australia-wide communication through a simple one-to-one or one-to-many two-way radio style system but utilising the cellular mobile phone network. Due to this use of cellular multi-site technology, operational teams across Australia can communicate at the touch of a button, also providing superior in-building, tunnel and basement coverage. No repeaters are required.
Remote Speaker Microphones and Earpieces are available as added accessories.
The distance a two-way radio will transmit and receive is dependent on the location of where they are being used and whether there are any obstructions such as hills or buildings in between the radios. A portable two-way hand-held radio will work best with line of sight within 2 kilometres of each other. This is also dependent on the power watt of the radio. The more obstructions will reduce the range. This is a guide only and cannot be guaranteed. Mobile and fixed mount radio systems will increase the coverage to between 5 and 20 km depending on the terrain and the antenna. Users corporate the use of a local repeater into their system in order to increase the unit-to-unit ranges.
A repeater is a device that takes a radio signal and re-transmits the signal at higher power to extend the coverage. Repeaters can be used in a vehicle or inside an building.
Two-way radios provide push to talk instantaneous communication. Two-way radios are used in a wide range of industries for safety, security and efficiency.
Yes, the frequencies you will be operating on will be digitally coded frequencies that are secured for your specific purpose and will not be accessible by other users. It is required by ACMA that we know the exact location of where you will be using the hire radios for safety and security reasons.
Yes, in most indoor situations UHF radios work best. UHF frequencies can penetrate concrete and steel walls and floors relatively well. In some cases, we need to install a repeater for greater penetration, but in any case, we will do everything we can to make sure you have the coverage you need.
Yes. If you are willing to commit to a long-term hire, we will commit to improved pricing for you. Please call us to discuss your requirements in more detail.
We can often fulfil orders the same day, but of course the more time you give us, the more time we have to prepare your orders.
There are so many different factors which can affect a two-way radio transmitting and receiving. It is best to contact us so we can establish your requirements and provide you with the optimum solution for your communication needs.
The main difference is in the way signals are transmitted and received. As with digital musical recordings, rather than using electrical signals resembling sound waves in order to deliver audio, digital radio transmits and receives by processing sounds into patterns of numbers.
Both analogue and digital signals diminish as distance increases from a station transmitter. However, digital two-way radio offers improved audio quality at a greater range than analogue through better resistance to interference from other signals and avoiding the imperfections of transmission and reception which are typical of analogue.
Transmitting analogue radio is power-intensive, but new digital technology allows some radios to function about 40 percent longer on a battery charge than a comparable analogue system.
Two Way Hire Services is a family owned and operated Western Australian based business established in 2005 to service customers with communication requirements throughout Perth and Western Australia.