Two way radios have traditionally been categorized into four groupings: Consumer, Business, Commercial, and Professional. Walkie talkies in each of these groups are delegated frequencies by the Federal Communications Commission to reduce interference between the groups and to ensure there's enough capacity within the frequencies for Users. These frequencies traditionally require an FCC License to use.
Manufacturers are now making two way radios which do not require an FCC license to use. Two way radios found on this page, are LEGAL to use these two way radios without the need for an FCC license.
Should you need help with an FCC license, please visit our FCC page for more information.
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Can businesses use License Free Two Way Radios? Businesses may use FRS, MURS, DLR, and DTR series two way radios without the need for an FCC License. Use our product filter to drill down to find easily find these models.
Which is the best License Free Two Way Radio? Motorola would argue they make the best walkie talkies and Midland argues they make the best walkie talkies. We try to help customers find the best two way radio for their application versus the most expensive two way radio we can sell. That said, the more expensive the walkie talkie, the more features you'll get. The top of the line Motorola and Midland Models are also the most expensive models in this category.
Why wouldn't License Free Two Way Radios be right for Me? Many businesses have sophisticated two way radio systems that require FCC licenses. Products designed without needing FCC licenses aren't built to the same standards and don't have the same features making them impractical to use in these environments. Twowayradiocenter.com is happy to work through this question with you via phone at 855-770-7194 or click to Chat with us below. If you can use License Free walkie talkies in your business, you should.