Professional radio walkie-talkie
Professional radio walkie-talkies are mostly used in professional business of group teams. Therefore, professional radio walkie-talkies are characterized by simple and practical functions. In the design, there are a variety of communication interfaces for users to do secondary development. Most of the frequency report settings are programmed by computer, and users cannot change the frequency. The panel displays only the number of channels and does not directly display the frequency points. The frequency is more confidential, and the frequency is stable, and it is not easy to run frequency.
In long-term work, its stability and reliability are high, and the operating temperature range is wide, generally between -30 degrees and +60 degrees. The working frequency of the professional machine is part of the V high section (148-174MHZ) and V low section (136-160MHZ) in the VHF section. Another part is the whole section (136-174MHZ). But in the UHF frequency band, most of them are divided into U high section (450-470MHZ) and U low section (400-430MHZ), and very few are U full section (400-470MHZ). Professional machines have higher performance, reliability, and stability than amateur machines, and their prices are naturally higher than amateur machines, and some are even much higher.
Amateur Radio Walkie Talkie
Walkie-talkie is a radio walkie-talkie designed and produced specifically to meet the needs of radio enthusiasts. This kind of walkie-talkie can also be called "playing machine", and those who play walkie-talkie are called "HAM" or "ham". Due to the limited frequency range of radio walkie-talkies, the environmental conditions and requirements for use are different from professional walkie-talkies. The main feature of the amateur machine is that it needs to be small in size, complete in functions, and capable of frequency scanning. It can directly set the frequency on the panel and display the frequency points on the panel. Its technical indicators, equipment stability, frequency stability, reliability and working environment are also worse than professional radio walkie-talkies. The direct result is that the cost of amateur machines is also lower to meet the needs of personal purchases.