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Midwest 2 Way COVID-19 Response

Posted by Midwest 2 Way on 3/24/2020 to News
Midwest 2 Way COVID-19 Response
To Our Valued Customers, Suppliers, and Friends,

On behalf of Midwest 2 Way Communications, we wanted to share with you our plan of operation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our priorities are – employee health and safety, and continuing to serve our clients. We understand that radio communications are critical, especially now. 

What is GMRS and how can it help my family?

Posted by Midwest 2 Way on 1/7/2019 to GMRS
Many people remember the old days of CB, Citizens Band radio, the big craze in the 70’s and early 80’s. With 40 channels of fun trying to talk 5 or 10 miles and hearing all those guys from Puerto Rico. The radios cost anywhere from $80 to hundreds of dollars. It was called Class D radio with the FCC. At that time there was another service for the general public, called Class A radio. What was it? It was the big brother to CB radio and to use that service back in the 80’s meant investing in commercial grade or public safety radios. The cost was out of reach for most of the public, with commercial and public safety radios costing $500 to thousands of dollars. Sure some manufactures sold specific radios for Class A but still costs were out of the reach of most people.

Church Security and Radio Communications, Doing It The Right Way

Posted by Midwest 2 Way on 12/24/2018 to News
Church Security and Radio Communications, Doing It The Right Way
Who would have thought that in this day and age we would be discussing security and communications within a church? In recent years we have seen shootings, threats and some of the most vulgar graffiti and vandalism to our places of worship. For years we have seen burglaries and robberies in churches.

Does your church have safeguards in place to protect those that come to worship? Even the smallest church should consider how to best provide security and comfort to your flock. We all want our place of worship to always be open and inviting to those in need. How do we go about meeting the needs of those in troubled times and yet keep our pastor and administrative staff and followers safe from harm?