GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Jan. 30, 1956


Private Radio. A two-way radio that costs only $119.50 per pair of units has been put on the market by Vocaline Corp. of America, Old Saybrook, Conn. Designed for both personal and business use, e.g., to talk back and forth on a big construction project, the Vocaline transceiver works over a distance of ten miles if the units are in line of sight, half a mile if there are obstacles between them. It operates over the citizens frequency band reserved by the Federal Communications Commission for short-range personal communications.

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