Analogue handheld radios can be more cost effective than the newer advanced digital models.
Although some manufacturers such as Motorola Solutions, have stopped producing analogue handheld radios in their professional range, there are still many professional analogue users.
With analogue, the signal will tend to break up when on the fringes of the coverage area.
By contrast, digital radios either work, or they don’t, when on the edge of the coverage range area.
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