ABOUT RESELLER PARTNERS
Advanced Wireless Communications focus is on developing integrated end-to-end solutions that deliver a clear return on investment. Our products empower individuals through seamless connectivity. We are actively seeking qualified partners to represent our line of products in a wide array of industries.
- Business and Industry
Advantages of becoming an Advanced Wireless Communications Partner:
- Attractive dealer margins
- Highly competitive products
- Full product training
- Joint Sales presentations (if requested)
- FCC licensing services
- Private labeling
- 24/7/365 Technical Support
- High-quality standards
- Private labeling available
- Attractive sales margin
- Full accessory line-up
- Easy sales process
- Recurring revenue
- Dealer sales support and training
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY
“My dance studio was scheduled for a performance in one week and realized we needed more radios/headsets for the show! I called Advanced Wireless, not knowing what might be possible. They found out what kind of radios I needed, got them invoiced and shipped out in 24 hours! I was so amazed at the personal attention my small business received. They made our show much easier and I will be happy to work with them again in the future.”
“Advanced Wireless Communications has great radio products. We’ve deployed them in schools, churches, factories, rehabilitation centers, senior living facilities, and security organizations. Additionally, the technical support group is very helpful when needed.”
Ken Goist, HKG Enterprise, LLC
“We have had tremendous support from Advanced Wireless Communications to establish the Canadian channel and find them to be a strong partner who is willing to go the extra mile when it comes to service and support. We look forward to a long-lasting and mutually-beneficial partnership.”
John Petruskavich, President – Halo Metrics, a Canadian Reseller Partner
RESELLER PARTNERS FAQs
How long will a portable radio battery last?
The daily talk time also varies depending on use, but it should be able to get 8 hours of talk time. The average battery life span will last two to three years.
What are channels used for?
Channels are used to send the actual communications. Each channel in an analog radio is tied to a particular frequency. You can assign a different channel to separate workgroups within your organization. This way each workgroup can have their own channel to reduce disruptions to other departments.
How far can the hand-held radios communicate?
The distance a hand-held radio can communicate depends on several factors. The most important factors for you to consider are band (VHF or UHF), wattage, antenna type, and environment.
How many radios can be used together?
There is no limit to the number of radios that can be used.
Will Advanced Wireless Communications radios work with other brands of radios?
Yes, provided the other radios are programmed to the same frequency and codes. Please contact Advanced Wireless Communications for assistance.
What is a repeater?
Repeaters can extend the range of communication by boosting the signal where the repeater is located so the signal may continue traveling. They can help get around obstacles or extend the range of communication beyond what is possible with only hand-held two-way radios.
What is a FCC License?
The airwaves are limited resources that need to be shared. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) assigns frequencies to prevent too many people from using the same channels at the same time. An FCC license grants your organization permission to operate on specific frequencies, within a particular radio band, using a specific type of radio signal emission. Advanced Wireless Communications can process the FCC license application for you.
Is a FCC License required?
Yes, FCC licenses are required for most business radio frequencies. The biggest advantage of licensing your frequencies is exclusivity. Using common or default frequencies often mean dealing with interference from others nearby who are using the same frequencies. Contact AWC at (800) 475-5852 for FCC licensing.