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USAF Security employ the Personal Role Radio (PRR) to achieve increased
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First Responder applications - According to an evaluator for The National Tactical Officers Association, the PRR can be deployed as a stand alone radio for inter-team communication. It can also be set up to communicate on department issued radios as well as its own frequencies. This allowed the team to communicate with teammates or support units as needed without changing from channel to channel.
One of the best characteristics of the PRR was the clarity in transmission over standard boom microphones. The headset and boom microphone were comfortable even after wearing it for several hours. Also, I found that the headset did not interfere with normal hearing while being worn.
The PRRs were also tested using the wireless push-to-talk buttons provided. The wireless buttons were tested by both team members as well as snipers. The buttons worked flawlessly. They were especially liked by both due to the fact that team members could key their radios without removing their hands from their weapons. The carrying case provided with the PRR was a very practical addition allowing the radio to be secured to either a vest or belt as needed.
The PRRs were tested in both rural and urban environments. In rural or less built up areas, the range of the PRR was impressive.
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