One of the newest forms of radio technology on the market, is PTTOC. We hire and sell a range of POC radios. Find out what POC means, what 3g/4g radios we recommend and an explaination of features.
PTTOC is Push To Talk Over Cellular. It also referred to as LTE Radios, Nationwide PTT, Broadband PTT and POC (Push over Cellular).
It gives you two way radio coverage over a wide area by using mobile phone tower sites. Many of the radios are based on the Android operating system and operate in a similar way to a normal smartphone.
The benefits in phone cell coverage is simple. Most of the UK has a phone signal of some description and whilst some remote areas do not, and traditional radios are still the way to go. POC is great for people to get radio coverage anywhere in the UK with small outlay. No repeaters and No OFCOM licensing is needed.
There are many features that some of the Android based radios can give you.
Some of the features include, GPS, Motion Sensors, HD Cameras, Text Messaging, Video Call and Picture messages.
Don't have Phone Signal? - no problem. Make use of the Wi-Fi built into the radios to carry on talking. Most devices will work with standard bluetooth accessories such as earpieces for handsfree use.
Great coverage: We use EE, Vodafone, O2 and 3 phone networks to ensure your radio always connects to the strongest signal.
If you already operate a Motorola radio system and want to increase your coverage either locally to your business or across the UK. You may need to consider Motorola WAVE PTX. This gives your normal Motorola radios the ability to work with Smartphones and more.