Operation in violation of the Commission’s rules may subject licensees to appropriate enforcement action, including admonishments, license revocation, and/or monetary forfeitures of up to $16,000 for each such violation or each day of a continuing violation and up to $112,500 for any single act or failure to act.

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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Security Magazine Quotes Two Way Direct: Two-Way Radios Continue to Evolve

Concerning communications, two-way radios remain an important tech tool for security officers although cellular and smart phones have a growing role. Such mobile radios today are high powered, simple to use, and are available as low-cost units in VHF and UHF frequencies and wattage with a number of conventional talk channels. According to Brandon Ocampo of Two Way Direct, in open field use, VHF will travel farther, while in buildings, UHF travels better. Its Blackbox units boast 16 channels.

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Monday, February 8, 2010

Understanding FCC Narrowbanding Requirements

In December 2004, the Federal Communications Commission mandated that all private LMR users operating below 512 MHz move from 25 kHz wideband channel spacing to 12.5 kHz narrowband voice channels and highly efficient data channel operations by January 1, 2013.

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Monday, June 8, 2009

Two Way Direct Brings a Fresh New Voice To Their Market Space

(San Diego, CA) - Two Way Direct offers next-generation two-way radio solutions in an industry that is still very traditional and conservative. Today, they have launched a new cutting-edge website revitalizing their online presence to reflect their current position as an invaluable information resource, a credible solutions provider and an environmentally innovative company.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Two-Way Radio Communications Company Offers Green Incentive Program: Article Featured on Hospitality Technology Magazine

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Article Featured on: Hotel-Online.com

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Ecology, ethics, economics: The three E’s to live by

(San Diego, CA) - The Enviro-Business Society (e3) is bringing a new shade of green to the San Diego State University campus this April 22 for Earth Day.

e3 is working with environmentally-friendly companies such as Two Way Direct , a wireless two-way radio communications provider that has committed to going green. Two Way Direct offers many recycling programs to their customers, such as the new battery trade-in promotion, which offers extra discounts on new batteries in exchange for the customer's old batteries. This way, Two Way Direct can properly dispose of the old batteries to help protect the environment.

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Monday, January 5, 2009

Two Way Direct enables customers to adjust to difficult economic times by offering reusable, affordable technology

(San Diego, CA) – Two Way Direct launched in 2004 in San Diego, California out of President Brandon Ocampo’s living room. Two Way Direct has since grown over 310% in the past 12 months alone enabling its consumers to enhance efficiency in the workplace by providing the latest in two-way radio communication and offering consumers a competitive edge. Now, the company is pleased to announce an additional incentive to corporations interested in recycling their outdated radios with their 2009 "Recycle and SAVE " campaign.

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March 22, 2007

FCC ADDRESSES RULES FOR PRIVATE LAND MOBILE RADIO SYSTEMS TO TRANSITION TO 6.25 kHz NARROWBAND TECHNOLOGY

(Washington, D.C.) - Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted a Third Report and Order (Order) that declines, for now, to establish a fixed date for private land mobile radio (PLMR) systems in the 150-174 MHz and 421-5 12 MHz bands to transition to 6.25 kHz narrowband technology, but strongly urges licensees to consider migrating directly to 6.25 kHz technology rather than first adopting 12.5 kHz technology and later migrating to 6.25 kHz technology. The Order also revises the implementation date of the 6.25 kHz equipment certification rules from January 1,2005 to January 1, 2011.

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