What factors need to be considered when choosing ski sports radio communication?

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Whether it’s a day or a week on the mountain, staying in contact with your ski group helps ensure everyone’s enjoyment and safety.

The range – Skiing, especially in cross country skiing, is about traversing enormous distances. People easily get separated from their group because of this.
It is therefore very necessary that the range covered by the walkie talkie is large. The range refers to the furthest distance the walkie talkie can transmit radio waves effectively. The greater the transmission power and antenna gain, the better, that means the equipment have a long talking distance.

Waterproof – The ability to keep out water and moisture also ties in with the ‘tough and rugged’ features. Skiing slopes are moisture havens even if all the water has frozen to ice.The walkie talkie you purchase must still be functional after being exposed to so much atmospheric moisture or dropped in a puddle of water.

Battery-The battery will reduce the capacity at low temperature, you need to bring more batteries. The walkie-talkie generally uses a lithium battery. Since the working principle of the lithium ion battery is that the internal electrolyte changes through a chemical reaction, a potential difference occurs between the positive and negative electrodes to generate current. The electrolyte moves quite slowly in a low temperature environment, which affects the transfer activity of lithium ions between the positive and negative electrodes, resulting in a decline in battery charge and discharge performance. Simply put, in a low-temperature environment, it is not that the lithium battery is really dead, but that there is electricity but it cannot be discharged normally. So outdoor skiing, because of the low temperature, you must prepare an extra battery.

The headset is important-In the process of skiing, you must free your hands, so you must use a headset to maintain the call. The addition of the headset allows you to not only operate the ski equipment normally, but also maintain normal contact with other people.

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