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Background Information ¶ 

Walkie-talkies are handheld, portable radios: they communicate wirelessly (using radio waves) on a single, shared frequency band. Each battery-powered unit contains a transmitter/receiver and antenna (for sending and receiving radio waves), a loudspeaker that often doubles up as a microphone when you talk into it, and a button that you "push-to-talk" (PTT). The loudspeaker/microphone works in much the same way as an intercom: because a speaker and a microphone contain essentially the same components (a coil of wire, a magnet, and a paper or plastic cone to pick up or generate sounds), you can use a single device to do both jobs essentially by switching the electrical circuit into which it's connected and reversing the current. More sophisticated walkie-talkies (like the Motorola model shown in our photos) contain separate loudspeakers and microphones.

This is a walkie-talkie made for kids that enables them to communicate through 2 miles range. The set comes with a pair of walkie-talkies and has three different channels.

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Walkie-Talkie Repair

Dismantling and Reassembling a Walkie-Talkie

How to Repair a Walkie Talkie

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