How do you connect a wire from a walkie talkie atenna to a head phone jack in a walkman?
- Why you want to connect antenna from walkie-talkie to mini jack in walkman???
- Two-way radio antennas has got standard connector plugs (UHF, BNC, N-Type, Mini UHF, etc). Mini Jack plug is not used for antenna connection.
- Two-way radio antenna is usually piece of wire or steel rod. The antenna cable has got positive wire in the middle, and grounded shield (screen) around. Signal goes to / from antenna through the wire in the middle to the receiver / transmitter. Screen/shield protects the signal from radiating out the wire.
- Answer: Use proper cable and proper plugs and sockets, if you need to send or receive good signal to / from your walkie talkie. Do not use mini jack plug for this purpose, it will not work good.
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The first radio receiver/transmitter to be nicknamed "Walkie-Talkie" was the backpacked Motorola SCR-300, created by an engineering team in 1940 at the Galvin Manufacturing Company (forerunner of Motorola). The team consisted of Dan Noble, who conceived of the design using FM technology, Henryk Magnuski who was the principal RF engineer, Bill Vogel, Lloyd Morris, and Marion Bond. Motorola produced the hand-held AM SCR-536 radio as well during the war. It was called the "Handie-Talkie" (HT). Al Gross is sometimes said to have invented it. He also worked on the early technology behind the device from 1934 to 1941.
Walkie talkies are not a subsitute for cell phones. They are meant for broadcast mode (talking in a group mode) . Typically used in construction, security, schools and colleges, outdoor catering, airlines, tea and coffee estates, golf courses, resorts, event management and sports. they can go out of range and have a small number of channels that they can communicate to each other on. The biggest limitation of Walkie Talkies, besides being low power (not good for more than 2 - 3 city blocks) is 1) Only one person can talk at a time, and 2) Everyone else with a Walkie Talkie can hear what you are saying to your friend if they are within 2 - 3 city blocks of your house.
Each radio needs a receiver and a transmitter. When the push-to-talk button is not depressed, the radio receives. An optional squelch circuit can be used to mute static. When the push to talk button is depessed, the receiver is muted and the transmitter is activated. The details of this are left as an excercise to the reader. To make a radio, you may need a crystal diode.
Answer . A walkie-talkie (more formally known as a handheld transceiver) is a hand-held portable, two-way radio transceiver.. walkie talkie a very useful gadget. You may also need a walkie talkie if you move around a lot in your job. The benefit over mobile phones is that they are license free and do not have any associated call charges.. You can clip a walktie talkie to your clothing, they are light weight and easily carried about your person.
Al Gross in 1938 and Donald L. Hings invented the second waly talky in 1942.
vbnfgh Walkie-talkies use radio waves to transmit the voice message from one unit to another.
A short range voice communications device whose evolution began with the AN/PRC-6 used by ground troops to talk between the platoon and the company level. Actually, walie talkies are also used by Resident Assistants when on community walks. It's a radio transmitter and radio receiver built into the same hand-held box.
Licensing Procedure for walkie talkies India For using walkie talkies in India, a license is a must. One has to pay Rs. 1700/- as License and Royalty fees per annum for the first two radios. From third radio onwards, it is Rs. 550/- per annum. Example- for five radios the annual license and royalty fees payable is Rs. 3350/-. Regional Licensing Office (RLO) of the Wireless Planning and Coordinating Wing (WPC) located in most of the State capitals will grant the permission within a fortnight. Do not buy walkie talkies from EBay. The frequency on which these radios work is illegal in India. If caught using, penal action can be initiated. Moreover, these walkie talkies have only 0.5 watts power output which will not give more 300 meteres range. WPC permits 4 watts power on walkie talkies which corresponds to appx. 5km range. These walkie talkies are sold by authorised dealers. In order to acquire information about allowed power outputs, frequencies or transmitting distance, please contact radio licensing institution located in India.
How do you connect a cut wire from a walkie talkie atenna to a headphone jack so that it works together?
You can't. A walkie talkie antenna gives out RF (Radio Frequency) energy while a headphone circuit requires audio frequency.
A walkie talkie is a simple transceiver. It is capable oftransmitting and receiving radio signals on a single device.
take two empty soup cans, a small nail, a hammer, and a long piece of string. punch a hole in the bottom of each can. stick one end of string thru one can, and tie a knot in it. stick other end of string thru other can. knot it as well. stretck string tight and speak into one can. other person will hear you voice in other can.
The first walkie-talkies were developed for military use during World War II, and spread to public safety and eventually commercial and jobsite work after the war. Major characteristics include a half-duplex channel (only one radio transmits at a time, though any number can listen) and a push-to-talk switch that starts transmission.
Walkie Talkies cost 20 to 100 dollars. You can use walkie talkies to talk to friends, talk to strangers on the same channel, and, my personal favorite, ghost hunt!
Over and out' and '10-4' are both walkie talkie terms. Walkietalkies have been a form of communication since World War II.
Although walkie talkies have "evolved" into different categories such as business radios which are still used today, I would say cell phones, and especially Push-To-Talk cell phones have taken over the walkie talkie's position.
while we worry about the 0.5 watts radiation of a cell phone, a walkie talkie can normally generates a radio power of up to 5 watts. which is more harmful?
Each walkie talkie is a radio transceiver (combined transmitter and receiver). Typically there is a rotary switch to select frequency channel for the transceiver and a button that when pressed switches the transceiver into transmit mode (normally it is in receive mode). Set two or more walkie talkies to the same channel and their users can communicate, if they are in range. The details of how radio transceivers work should be found in books on radio design and/or repair as this requires diagrams, figures, etc. that can't be posted here to fully understand.
The creator of the walkie-talkie is a Canadian born inventor. His name is Alfred J. Gross. Go Canada
they are on channel 9 and 16 but i work as a fire department officer for the surrounding county's and i keep my walkie talkie on channel 8-9-16
They were originally invented by Mr. Al Gross. He patented them in 1938. Mr. Gross became interested in wireless communication when he was 12 years old and was shown a ship's radio during a boat tour. He was still working and giving presentations to school children, one of his favorite things, when he was over 70 years old. Mr. Gross also invented the pager, the CB radio, and came up with the idea behind cellular communications (cell phones). Some sources also give credit for the walkie-talkie to Mr. Donald Hings. He had a walkie-talkie that was introduced in 1942. Mr. Hings may have come up with the name "walkie-talkies." He was asked what people could do with the radio, and he said, "walk and talk." He died on December 21, 2000.. http://library.thinkquest.org/04oct/00451/walkietalkie.htm
ok, so like im going camping in a while and i was looking on youtube and i found this household hacker thing. they're just a group of guys who find out a bunch of cool tech stuff. well, i saw them make a bluetooth finger phone, and i was wondering if anyone could help me. Instead of connecting the bluetooth to a wireless phone, i wanted to connect it to a walky talky can anyone help me out?
Let me know if you find the answer to this. I've been looking for the same thing. I've been a Nextel/Sprint customer for 10 years plus and don't want to give up my direct connect feature but really want to get an iPhone. Since the new Sprint direct connect uses the internet to make the direct connect calls, I can't see why there can't be an app for the iPhone 4s that allows us to walkie talkie too~.
It was a mean of communicating fast between a specific set of people wirelessly. ( Source: www.4SaleUSA.com )
ok on thee side ther e sould be a lil button and juss ummmm click et and it should work thts how mine did unless urz is diffrent!!((: on the side, there should be a walkie talkie button and just click it and it should work, that's how his did unless yours is not the same kind in the first place
If you connect a walkie talkie through a usb cable to a voice recorder will the recorder record the walkie talkie conversation?
If you are able to locate a voice recorder that can record from it's USB interface, and you can also locate a walkie-talkie with a USB interface that will provide a signal that is compatible with your voice recorder, your chances of success are good.
Yes, If you're talking about a cobra the top has a spot. I think all do so the answer is yes a walkie talkie headset DOES indeed plug into a walkie talkie
A message from... Melissa, Chloe and Hannah They can help police and others within law, communicate with one another. They may run out of batteries! SO GET A SPARE PAIR
Well, it depends on walky-talky you have. If you haven't already checked the box or container it should say!
There is one coming out in November something in 2012. Keep checking the CP catalogue.
The difference is walkie talkies are less expensive than a cell phone. Also walkie talkies came back maybe in the 70s or 80s, even though people have been upgrading then with better frequency and digital pictures and formats. An a cell phone can text and sent pictures to friends too. A cell phone can do many different things to connect with friends and family. You can also connect to the Internet aswelll.
walkie talkie's can only communicate with each other, where as cell phones use transmitting towers allowing them to communicate all over the world
-- If the walkie talkie is designed to operate on more than one channel, then there's a switch on it that selects the channel. -- If it's not designed to operate on more than one channel, then you have to get inside, change some crystals, and maybe optimize some resonant circuits. Of course, after you've done that, it's illegal to use it.
The early ones were about a foot and a half long and about fiveinches square weighing between five to ten pounds and often had asix to ten foot long telescoping antenna. Modern ones can be slightly larger than a cell phone and thesoldier uses an earphone and miniature stalk microphone so he nolonger has to hold it in his hand.
(in the US) If you are referring to non-military civiian-type radio - as long as you are using an FCC-compliant device - except for the fact that you may not curse while on the air, and you may not cause intentional interference with another radio - there is very little restrictions on their use.
If you have things called channels on yours then you just set them on the same one and then you talk to each other from different kinds of walkie talkies
A set of Walkie Talkies needs direct radio signal contact between the units. a Cellphone relies on there being numerous "cells" wÃth which each phone (independently) have contact and these cells can be very far away from each other as long as there is a network or system of cell repeaters that connect the terminal cells. Walkie Talkies are usually single duplex and require" push to talk " so only one party can transmit at a time; cell phones are full duplex so both parties can talk simultaneously.
The Talkabout is one of the many models of the Walkie Talkie manufactured by Motorola. They have been manufacturing two way talking radios since the World War.
Cobra walkie talkies have different ranges depending on what model you purchase. Some models state that they have ranges up to 16 miles while the top of the line model has a range up to 30 miles.
A walkie talkie is a hand-held radio that allows you to spak directly to another radio tuned to the same frequency, and within a limited distance--typically a few miles. A cell phone connects your call from the nearest relay station to the telephone network, allowing you to talk to someone with a telephone (cell or land line) anywhere on the telephone grid.
Kenwood is a manufacturer of many electronic products including speakers, stereos, and walkie talkies. Kenwood manufactures many different types of walkie talkies. For instance, they produce the models TK 3101 and TK 3230 walkie-talkies. These walkie talkies are two way and offer different channel settings.
The best rated walkie talkie cell phone is the Uniden GMR1838-2CK. They have a 9.33 overall rating and 25 out of 27 desirable features. The only drawback is they aren't water resistant.
Amazon, Ebay, Toys to Grow On, Ankaka, Ecrater, Alibaba, Kmart, Walmart, Toyrus, Sears and Target all carry the walkie talkie phones for children.
Walkie Talkie radios are available at many of the larger electronic stores. These can be purchased at stores such as Best Buy, Future Shop and occasionally at Costco. They are also available online at DHGate, Amazon and eBay.
One can buy a walkie talkie from retail or electronic stores like Future Shop, Best Buy, Target, Walmart and many more. One can also purchase it from online sites like eBay or Amazon as well.
The best waterproof walkie talkies are the Runbo X5 and the New Puxing PX680. You can read reviews for these walkie talkies online at the Aliexpress website.
Yes they would. Most walkie-talkies use simple transmit and receivecircuits. They would certainly work over a limited distance.However - if greater range were needed, the signal would rely on asystem of relay towers.
The first major walkie talkie was produced in 1940. They have become popular over the years. By 2007, radios have made up over 10 billion frequencies so that people can have private conversations.
People would generally use cell phones as a walkie talkie because of how readily available cell phones are compared to walkie talkies. Also walkie talkies can only connect through specific frequency well every cell phone can connect with each other over an unlimited range.
A walkie talkie is a kind of hand-held two-way radio that the military used as early as the 1940s.
The simple answer is - you can't. Bluetooth headsets are designedto be 'paired' with a mobile phone - not each other. They are verylow powered short-range devices, limited to a usable distance ofaround 20 feet at most. You could physically talk to someone inperson over that distance ! Additionally - they lack the power totransmit through solid objects - such as walls etc... renderingthem useless as a walkie-talkie device !