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Communicating using a Two-way Radio

In situations where two-way radios and CBs are normally used, a problem may arise. In order to reduce distance communication barriers, it may be necessary to consider other means of communicating. Cellular phones may be used in place of CBs and can be used with a portable TTY for people who are deaf or with an amplifier for people who are hard of hearing. There are also two-way radios with texting or with bone conduction technology.


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