Blog Archive

Is it Time to Replace your Motorola Two-Way Radio Battery?

Signs that your radio battery needs to be replaced include the Motorola battery requires you to recharge it continually shorter intervals and/or the radio is […]

Relocation of the Staisafe Radio System in Staines

Business Comms engineers have completed the first phase of the relocation of the Staisafe radio system in Staines-upon-Thames. This involved the recovery of two base […]

Gatwick Station Redevelopment – Site Comms

Working with Costain the Principal Contractor on the Gatwick Station Redevelopment project, Business Comms has provided a Motorola 4 channel Repeater system using Motorola Solutions […]

Awarded IT Cabling on SCS Railways – HS2 Projects

Business Comms have been awarded the IT cabling infrastructure works on all 20+ site offices for HS2 main works projects. We were awarded these works […]

Business Comms Team Working at HS2 Project Offices

Business Comms team working at Costain Skanska, HS2 project offices in Euston installing Cat5e network cabling, IP-PBX phone system and Audio Visual presentation facilities. We […]

Costain – London Bridge Station ReDevelopment

In 2011,  Costain were awarded Network Rails London Bridge Station Redevelopment project lasting 5 years, this is a £400M project with works commencing in full […]

WE ARE MOVING…New Address from 1st February 2019

Happy New Year to you all! We are moving to our new offices and so from 1st February 2019, our the new address is: Comms […]

GDPR – We have updated our Privacy Policy

As of 25 May 2018, a new data protection law called the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect. This aims to better […]

Is Your Two-Way Radio Battery Treated Right?

Li-ion batteries are widely used in the daily life because they have a high energy density, resulting in a much lighter weight than other rechargeable […]

What is Wrong With Your Motorola Two-Way Radio?

You hit the push-to-talk (PTT) button on your Motorola two-way radio and something just isn’t right! Basically your ‘transmit and receive’ had been working just fine […]