Who invented the Walkie Talkie

So to resume my run of content on this blog, I’ve planned to share one of our favorite content pieces this week. I was cautious to add it to this blog as I really didn’t wish to offend the initial author, but I trust he/she is glad that I enjoyed reading their work and planned to share it with my readers.

walkie talkie over ipThe original inventor of the walkie-talkie is actually the focus of some dispute. The same three names come up again and again, but which of those names deserves the most credit? I have to admit, I had a hard time deciding.

The first name to emerge is Canadian inventor Donald L. Hings. According to his website,

“The “walkie-talkie” is Don Hings’ most well-known invention. The earliest versions of this device were designed as portable field radios for the bush pilots of Consolidated Mining and Smelting (now Cominco), who had to fly their planes between remote sites in the far north of Canada. The first true walkie-talkie was built by Hings in 1937, but it was not called a walkie-talkie at the time. In Hings’ notes, it was simply a two-way field radio. They were also called wireless sets, or “pack sets”. The term “walkie-talkie” (sometimes “talkie-walkie”) was coined by journalists reporting on these new inventions during the war”.

The site maintains (correctly, I believe) that Walkie Talkies weren’t particularly well known until the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939.
Another name that is frequently mentioned is US inventor Al Gross. Gross seemingly patented the name ‘walkie talkie’ in 1938, after which, the term was apparently used by the press as a ‘catch all’ name for any/all portable two-way radios. Certainly, Gross worked on the technology and was instrumental in its design, but did he invent the walkie-talkie? Lemelson-MIT seem to think so, as their website says of Gross:
“The pioneer nonpareil of wireless telecommunications is Al Gross. In 1938, he invented the walkie-talkie. In 1948, he pioneered Citizens’ Band (CB) radio. In 1949, he invented the telephone pager. His other inventions include the basics of cordless and cellular telephony. (…) Determined to exploit the unexplored frequencies above 100 MHz, Gross set about inventing a mobile, lightweight, hand-held two-way radio. In two years, Gross had invented and patented the “walkie-talkie” (1938)”.
If Hings invented the walkie-talkie back in 1937, then that means that Gross essentially re-invented the same device in 1938. If that is indeed the case, then surely Hings is the guy most responsible, right?

Well, before you male your minds up, let Wiki Answers throw up a few more names; their account of the walkie-talkie’s creation states that,

“The first DP4400 2 way radio (drthomasroberts.org) receiver/transmitter to be nicknamed “Walkie-Talkie” was the backpacked Motorola SCR-300, created by an engineering team in 1940 at the Galvin Manufacturing Company (forerunner of Motorola). The team consisted of Dan Noble, who conceived of the design using FM technology, Henryk Magnuski who was the principal RF engineer, Bill Vogel, Lloyd Morris, and Marion Bond”.

This Motorola team, headed up by Dan Noble, apparently created the walkie-talkie in 1940, a full three years after Hings allegedly invented it and two years after Gross apparently patented it. Ugh. This is giving me a headache!

So, perhaps we can clear this up a bit now. The term ‘walkie-talkie’ was commonly applied to the WW2-era Motorola model, which led to Dan Noble’s team being credited with its invention. This is true, Noble and co DID invent that particular model, but the technology itself had obviously existed beforehand.

Now, Hings’ model was considerably more portable, and pretty different to the Motorola model. Hings called his invention a ‘packset’ so it was therefore entirely possible for Gross to have patented a similar invention (under the name ‘walkie-talkie’) in 1938 and for that name to migrate over to the Motorola version, via the wartime press (1939 – 1945 was not a famous period of journalistic accuracy, lest we forget).

According to Wikipedia, Hings’ model didn’t get used by the military until 1942, the result of which would be Don Noble and co being credited with the invention, with Hings being relegated to the position of just another engineer (Hings was employed by the allies during WW2) who was working on military equipment.

Overall, I’d say that Hings is probably the likeliest inventor of the earliest technology and certainly of the portable system we recognize today. However, with so many talented inventors working at around the same time, it seems just as feasible to claim Gross as inventor of the walkie-talkie as well. Hings pioneered it, Gross patented it and Noble’s team brought it into mass production and regular usage. There. Simple, right?

satellite radio

Without giving too much about this ghost communication device article, but I thought it exciting and relevant to what I’m now doing.

First, one of the biggest advantages of satellite radio has to be that it is available all over the nation. That’s right, whether you live in New York or California you can get access to satellite radio services. With easy subscription, users can access terrific music anytime and anywhere they want.

Next, in terms of the advantages of satellite walkie talkie, a great advantage can be found in the fact that if a subscriber likes to travel, they can still get great satellite radio service. For instance, if a satellite radio subscriber lives in New York and they travel to Arizona, they can still listen to their favorite satellite radio stations because subscribers are not hindered by geographic location. Due to the fact that the radio signals are sent via satellite, subscribers will find that they are never far away from their favorite stations!

Third in line when considering the advantages of satellite radio is the fact that satellite radio signals provide subscribers with crystal clear audio clarity. No longer does a music lover have to worry about traveling out of range when a great song comes on over the car radio. In fact, no matter where the location, satellite radio provides perfect quality of sound every time a music lover listens.

Another of the advantages of satellite radio is the fact that many of the stations offered focus n specific musical genres. For example, if a satellite radio subscriber loves heavy metal, they can listen to a satellite radio station that focuses solely on heavy metal music. This saves music lovers from having to scan through station after station to find the music genre they adore. In fact, genre focused satellite radio stations allow users to hear their favorite music whenever they want.

Yet another of the advantages of satellite radio is the fact that the music is uninterrupted. There are no commercials with satellite radio and satellite radio subscribers particularly enjoy this benefit. Let’s face it; no one wants to listen to commercial after commercial just to hear a smattering of songs in between-in fact, the fewer commercials the better. Thus, satellite radio gives music lovers exactly what they want-nonstop music all day every day.

Finally, the affordability of satellite radio just can’t be surpassed. In fact, satellite radio can be purchased at just a little over ten dollars a month. For that price satellite radio subscribers can get over 100 channels of fantastic music. Thus, the advantages of satellite radio, especially in terms of its affordability, are truly phenomenal indeed!

2 way radios and the Information You Need to Know

Again a different piece i thought was fascinating around the topic of 2 way radio rechargeable’s, what would you do if i didn’t post this ehh? you’d have to find the initial article, and the chances you found it could be slim, so deem yourself lucky that i have shared this wonderful piece with you.

two way radio phoneA 2 way radio differs from a broadcast radio in the sense that it can receive as well as send messages and can be used for communication between two people. These types of radios are available in several different configurations. These include the hand held radios, mobile radios and stationary base radios. These radios can either operate in a full duplex mode or a half duplex mode. In the full duplex mode, these radios can be used for both sending and receiving data at the same time over different channels.

In the half duplex mode, these radios can be used for either sending or receiving data over a single channel. There are various things that one needs to know about the 2 way radios . These radios are very compact, are light weight and are available at a very affordable cost. These radios are available in different styles and are used for a large number of applications.
These radios generally have a push to talk button that make it very convenient to use and easy to handle. These radios are available with either rechargeable batteries or replaceable batteries. These batteries can either be made of nickel and cadmium or of lithium ion.

The 2 way radios operate in different ranges. The range specifies the distance that can be covered by these radios for communication. These radios can operate over short ranges or long ranges. This depends upon various factors like the frequency, the type of terrain etc.
Most of these types of radios operate in line of sight frequencies. This means that they cannot work well in hilly areas and in places where there are obstructions. These radios come with a large number of features. These radios are even made compatible with computers so that they can be used for sending data from one computer to another computer.

Another thing that users must know about two Way Radios is that these can even be used for hands free communication as these are available with handsets. These radios may or may not require licenses for their use. When these radios are used for personal purposes, the need of licenses does not arise.
If these radios are used for the purpose of business or in organizations, then the users need to obtain licenses for their use.
The 2 way radios operate on different channels. Since these channels are open, anyone can listen to the communication or intercept the messages being sent. To prevent this, these radios come with a privacy code. Also most of these radios are provided with scanning functions so that the channels can be automatically scanned for and manual setting of channels is not required.

These radios can be purchased from stores that deal in electric gadgets or can be bought online. The internet is the best place to buy these radios as a user can compare the various types of radios available and then choose the best one. This ensures that the user gets the best deal and does not end up purchasing a radio that does not satisfy the requirements of a user.

Which Major Discoveries led to the Invention of the Two way radio

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two way radio bluetooth adapterThe modern two-way radio, which is a direct descendent of the WW2-era Walkie Talkie, first became recognizable in the years just before the outbreak of World War 2. Its origins are an interesting story in their own right (but I’ll condense it here).

Three names are usually mentioned with regards to the invention of the walkie-talkie…

The first is Canadian inventor Donald Hings (1907 – 2004), who invented an early version of the technology back in 1937 (although it wasn’t widely acknowledged or used). Then, there’s American inventor Al Gross (1918 – 2000), who patented the name ‘walkie-talkie’ for his own invention a year later in ’38. Because of the ubiquity of the name, Gross became the best known ‘inventor’ of the technology at the time, even though it had technically existed for 12 months beforehand. However, this isn’t to detract from Gross’ claim, because his version of the walkie-talkie was actually quite different from Hings’ (despite operating on the same essential principles).

Then, there’s Dan Noble (1901 – 1980), a Motorola employee who, although he definitely did not invent the technology, certainly did lead the team that created the widely used WW2-era walkie-talkies. Hings’ version of the technology wasn’t used by the military until 1942, which led to Dan Noble being credited with the invention.

So, make of that mess what you will…

Now, to go back further (and get to the meat of your question), here is a list of discoveries that led to the creation of the two-way radio.

James Clark Maxwell (1831-1879), a mathematical physicist (and one of a seemingly endless line of genius Scotsmen) demonstrated that electromagnetic waves could propagate in free space in his 1865 paper ‘A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field’ (of which the most famous fan was Albert Einstein). This led German physicist Heinrich Hertz (1857 – 1894) to build on Maxwell’s pioneering work by conclusively proving the existence of electromagnetic waves in 1887.

After that, Serbian-American inventor, physicist, vegetarian and absolute genius Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943) demonstrated the transmission of radio frequency energy in 1892. After that, Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi (1874 – 1937) built a wireless system capable of transmitting signals over unprecedented distances in 1895 – which is pretty much the birth of radio.

This was an important area of study at the time; the first wireless telephone conversation took place in 1880 and was made by Alexander Graham Bell (1847 – 1922), who was another Scot, incidentally. A lot of people were working on similar technology, so it would not have been unlike the ‘space race’ of the 50’s and 60’s at the time.

Marconi went about taking over pretty much all business related to the invention of the Icom 2 way radio (which was, eventually, credited solely to him) and, by 1907, he had established the first commercial transatlantic radio service (and also pretty much screwed Tesla out of any/all royalties he would have been owed. Nice).

Thanks to the work of Julio Cervera Baviera (1854 – 1929) the Spanish army became the first to use radio for military purposes (at least, as far as I’m aware, anyway) in the early 1900’s.

Canadian inventor Reginald Fessenden (1866 – 1932) (who also helped to develop sonar and TV, incidentally), invented AM radio (no, not the ‘Breakfast Show’ –it means that more than one station can broadcast signals) when, on Christmas Eve 1906, he played some violin and read from the Bible.

Eventually, all ships were equipped with radio transmission capability, with Marconi owning a total monopoly over ship-to-shore communication. Ship-to-shore contact became a subject of increased awareness and importance following the Titanic disaster of 1912 and radios began to be seen even more as a crucial safety measure in all areas of industry as a result. Look up the 1913 ‘International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea’ (it has a Wikipedia page, I just checked) for more info.

Skipping forward a bit, now. Throughout the 1930’s, there were a ton of minor (and major) improvements made to the technology, more than a few made by Marconi and his engineers. Some really clever people made their mark on the fledgling technology here, but if I mention them all, we’ll never get to the end.

Oh, by the way, FM radio was subsequently invented by American electrical engineer Edwin Armstrong (1890 – 1954) in 1933.

By the late 30’s, Hings comes into the picture, as does the rising spectre of a terrifyingly advanced Nazi Germany. The race was on to have the best equipped armies out there fighting the Axis powers and the allies wisely put a huge amount of manpower into the development of portable radio communication. It was a decision which led directly to the rapid co-opting of Hings and Gross’ work, as well as the later improvements made by Noble.

This is a long and fascinating story (about which many books have been written), but, as a ‘potted history’ of sorts, I hope that answers your question.

Walkie Talkie For Secure And Safe Communication!

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Walkie talkie radios are a great communication device, which help us keep in touch all the time and during any weather condition. They are more efficient than cell phones. Walkie talkie radios can even work in severe storms as the signals are very strong and the speaker of these radios is very loud and clear. Where security and safety is vital, walkie talkie radios are the best choice.

Using a Walkie Talkie Radio

It is very simple to use a walkie talkie radio. It is a push-to-talk device that allows you to listen while the other speaks. The button when pushed allows the transmission of voice from one walkie talkie to another. Due to the presence of a speaker, you can easily address even a group of people. For the radios to be in sync, they need to be set at the same frequency.

With the development of digital two-way radios, transmission of messages from both the speaker and the receiver has been possible just like cell phones. This is possible through two different radio frequencies transmitted at the same time from both ends.

Advantages of Using A Digital 2 Way Radio System

* Exceptional sound clarity

* Reduction in noise and sound interference

* Cost-effective

* Extra features like GPS, text also provided

* Can function in both settings–digital and analogue

* Digital two-way radio batteries are more efficient and work for a longer time period than analogue ones

Two-way radio accessories like batteries, headset, and the case are also easily available online and at a reasonable price. They are as easily available as a laptop battery or any other electronic product in the market. If you intend to increase the efficiency of your business, buy walkie talkies (digital two-way systems) that are a more secure means of communication as well.

Buying Walkie Talkie Radios

We see many online advertisements where two-way radios for sale. However, we should take care of certain things before choosing the one for our use.

* Usage purpose: The purpose for which a two Way Radio is to be used should be very clear. This will help us in choosing the right model. If the usage is for official purpose, you should choose a licensed model; if it is just for fun and casual activities, an unlicensed model will serve the purpose.

* Features required: The distance that is required for communication is also a factor along with the coverage area, which is essential for its usage. Tall buildings and hills can affect the transmission of signals. So, these things should be kept in mind.

* Accessories available: Accessories like chargers, battery, and adaptor are equally important while choosing a walkie talkie radio. They also determine the efficiency of the device when put to use.

Walkie talkie radios are useful both outdoor and indoor activities. Nowadays, they are a popular choice for businesses as a secure and assured means of communication.

Roving volunteers will help stranded motorists on Springfield streets

communication device mounts for wheelchairsSome of these pro writers on the web are at such a top level that i ponder if any of them have ever created a book? so every so often i like to focus on these outstanding content pieces and heres one i found fascinating the other day.

Beginning Tuesday, the Springfield Police Department has a Motorist Assist Program (MAP) staffed by volunteers. MAP’s mission is for trained volunteers to make contact with stranded motorists whose vehicles have become immobile on the streets of Springfield.

The volunteers will use the MAP vehicle to provide stranded motorists with cover and alert other motorists to use caution while driving past the stalled vehicle until it can be safely removed from the roadway.

The MAP vehicle is a white, unmarked police car equipped with amber overhead lights and door magnets that identify it as part of MAP.

All MAP volunteers undergo a background check and program training provided by the SPD. On-duty volunteers receive a Walkie Talkie, and police and dispatchers are able to see if a MAP volunteer is available in the event that they find someone with a stalled vehicle along a road.

The police department developed the program to render aid to citizens of Springfield and to allow officers to remain available for law enforcement duties and to respond to other calls for service. It is part of the SPDs Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program, which strives to build a better community through partnership.

Citizens interested in joining MAP or getting involved in other volunteer opportunities can call (417) 864-1351 or visit the volunteer page on the SPD website.

Motorola Solutions Adds RFID-Enabled Knobs to Radios

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The volume knob, which can be retrofitted into the company’s Mototrbo Walkie talkies, enables users to conduct inventory counts of 50 radios in six seconds, instead of four minutes.
Two ofMotorola Solutions’ business divisions combined forces this year to develop anRFID-based solution known asRFIDFleet Management, for managing the locations of its Mototrbo two-way radios. The system features a volume-control knob with a built-inRFID tag, enabling users to locate Walkie talkies more efficiently than having to manually search through several models, reading serial numbers or scanning bar codes. The solution also includes MotorolaEPCGen 2ultrahigh-frequency(UHF)RFIDreaders. Software to managereaddata, as well as training, support and service, are being provided by Motorola’s reseller and solution-provider partners. Beginning at the end of this month, the new knobs will be shipped to customers, upon request, as a retrofit for their existing radios.
Motorola Solutions sells its Mototrbo two-way radios to customers, such as product manufacturers, and other companies with mobile personnel. Motorola Solutions’ Mototrbo customers include organizations that rent the radios to the end users. Both types of companies can have inventories of hundreds or thousands of radios, which must be accounted for periodicallyat the end of each day, weekly or monthly, for exampleto confirm that the 2 way radio (hanaghansarah.blog.com)s have not gone missing, and that every user returns the correct units. WithoutRFID, each radio assigned or rented out must have itsbar codescanned or its serial number recorded in order to create a record of which radio was provided to which employee or company, and when this occurred.

With theRFIDFleet Management solution, the radio’s original volume control knob (left) is replaced with anRFID-tagged version (right).
According to Carrie Angelico, Motorola Solutions’ senior channel business development manager for data-capture solutions, Mototrbo users told Motorola how exhaustive the inventory-management process could be, and the company’s radio division began discussing a solution with its ownRFIDdivision. The result is a volume-control knob containing a MotorolaUHFRFIDCustomTag, made with anOmni-IDtag, encoded with a unique ID number that can be associated with the radio’s own serial number in the user’s software.
The solution is designed to be a retrofit option for those with Mototrbo two-way radios. Users first acquire theRFID-enabled knob as a replacement for the existing volume knob. The knob’s built-inRFID tagcan then bereadvia any of Motorola Solutions’ handheld or fixed readers, including a desktopinterrogatorthat could be used for checking radios into and out of a storage area.
– See more at:http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?11706#sthash.xhADvZzf.dpuf

Available Walkie Talkie Headsets

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The Two way radios With The Best Features

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walkie talkie emergency channelFor two way radio lovers, there are some really amazing and sleek devices on the market today that will fulfill your ever wish and want. If you are in need of two way radios for sport or recreation or for business or play, the Uniden GMR1235-2 2-Way 12 Mile 2 Pack GMRS/FRS Radios are exactly what you need and some of the bestselling and most popular radios on the market today.

Including two radios in the package and having twenty two channels to choose from, the channel scan/monitor will be a highly useful thing for someone in need of this device. As there are over twenty channels, this can be a great tool for people in businesses where it is important to communicate with a variety of places. For example, if you are the head of a construction company, this will be a great way to be able to contact various road crews and departments that are in need of communication.

With a 12 mile radius, you can effectively reach someone twelve miles away and be heard clearly and crisply. Sounding a roger beep, you can contact people and be contacted in a way that is easy. The Uniden GMR 1234-2 radios are compact in size and so they can easily fit in your pocket or fanny pack or satchel with ease, just like a phone would. Weighing about one bound and eight by nine inches in width and height, this will be a convenient device to carry with you and transport.

Light in weight and bearing an LCD display, these devices will be excellent for you to use as you are on the go and need to communicate with people up to sixty three thousand feet away from you. Take them with you on a camping trip or some other kind of hiking expedition and be secure that you will be able to reach your fellow peers with ease and assurance. With its battery life of up to twenty hours, this product will assure you quality talk time without the pressing need to charge it repeatedly.

Another excellent bestselling two-way radio is the Motorola MR350 35-mile range 22-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way radio pair. This pair of Walkie Talkies has an exceptional 35 mile range and sports 22 channels, as well, each of them bearing 121 privacy codes for superior interference protection. This is perfect for policemen or security guards that do not want their personal conversations and communication hacked in on by would be criminals or assailants. For professional use, these cannot be beat with the iVOX hands free communication without any need for headphones or anything as it has speakers that you can both hear and speak into.

Also, it includes eleven weather channels along with alert features so if you are hiking or camping you will be able to tune in to the forecast and be forewarned before anything dangerous occurs. Finally, it includes VibraCall, a very helpful vibration alert as well as twenty different call tones. With its 2.3 inch width and 1.4 inch height and.23 pounds of weight, it is easy to carry around and will fit in your pocket with ease and efficiency.

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Say Hi to the Professional Two way radio with Earpiece

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walkie talkie with earpiece, push-to-talk finger button, and up to 5KM long range. Perfect for efficient and long range communication.

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This Walkie talkie is an ideal communication device for maintaining contact in many jobs and situations including; Building Security Teams, Campus Maintenance Crews, Police Departments, Fire Departments, Bike Couriers, Trade Shows and Exhibit Events, Wilderness areas where phones do not work and overseas holiday travel where using a phone may be expensive or troublesome.

Powerful and Easy to Use While very easy to use, this two-way radio walkie talkie is a very powerful medium-range voice communication device. It has multiple benefits over cellular phones including – Instant Communication, Easy to Talk with Multiple People at the Same Time, Free to Use, No SIM Card or Monthly Fees Required, and much more. With the ability to talk with 2 or 200 people at once, and not needing to pay any kind of monthly fees like with cell phones, you can see why many businesses have chosen to use two-way radios to keep in contact with employees and security personnel.

Reliable and Convenient In today’s modern world, it just makes sense to use the most reliable, convenient, and economical way to keep in touch with other members of your team. This Professional Walkie Talkie with Bone Conduction Earpiece and PTT Finger button will do that, instantly. And with this special kit, you get an included press-to-talk finger button and an earpiece, so you only need to use your thumb to instantly communicate with your team, leaving your hands more free to concentrate on other matters.

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At a Glance…

*Powerful Walkie talkie handset

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*Uses open UHF/VHF FM radio frequencies

*Up to 5KM range

*Easy to use and high reliability

*Great alternative the expense of mobile phone communication within a set area

*Ability to combine communication of a large group of people easily, possible to relay orders to all personnel

*The ideal security solution when considering communication efficiency and sharing information