What is an example of a Two-Way Radio?
The review of this product states that it can be used to connect to a number of different types (from 6 different manufacturers) of two way radios which do not have a limit on distance or the number of people that can interconnect. Every time I do a search for two-way radios I get "walkie-talkie" results. What are some example products (two-way radios) that I can use this product with. ORRRR does this product function as a two-way radio communicator in itself?
The SR10 is just a relay, it has no 2-way radio circuits on its own. Think of it as a microphone adapter, turning your Bluetooth headset (along with the PTT button included with the unit) into a mike for the radio.
That said, with the correct cabling you can patch the SR10 to any 2-way radio set with a microphone connector. The cables they sell are for the little handhelds (GMRS, FRS), but that's probably because people on bikes don't have a lot of room for the normal dash-mount radio rigs, unless they've a tourer with a big fairing. That said, If you have a standard dash-mount CB radio on your bike, you might have to get an adapter to cable the SR10 to it, but it'll work.
As for types of radios... you could use Family Radio Service, General Mobile Radio Service, CB, ham radio, or (if you're licensed to own/use these) police/fire/search and rescue bands, military bands, and so on.
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