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Rassbach Communications Has The Best Wireless Communications Equipment For The Hospitality Industry

When it comes to the hospitality industry, the customer experience begins prior to guests even reaching your property. Shuttle bus chauffeurs, assistants, valet, housekeeping, security, and concierge depend on clear interaction when performing their work and when functioning as a group. The Hospitality Industry effectively utilizes two-way radios to complete a variety of tasks, all centered around providing a better guest experience.

With such effective devices, the supervisor on duty can make sure procedures run efficiently and obtain consistent standing updates in real-time. Many thanks to the flexible grouping functions, various staff can talk within their workgroups, which enables them to concentrate on their jobs without being distracted by pointless calls. DMR radios are popular for their adaptability as well as ergonomic style.

Our Most Popular Hospitality Solutions

Nationwide Push-To-Talk

PNC360S, PNC370, PNC380S, PNC550, MNC360, IP501H, IP501M, T60, T65, TD80, T350 No NFC, M50


HM782, BRM350D


HR1062, RDR9000

Next-Generation Push-To-Talk for Hospitality

The advantages of adopting the use of next-generation wireless technology in the hospitality industry are significant for:

  • Minimize security risks with guests
  • Simplify communications with a push of a button, one to many conversation
  • Ease of incident reporting
  • Stay connected with public safety that are on-site
  • Provide severe weather alerts to your staff
  • Implementation of emergency plans
  • Quick response from maintenance and housekeeping

What To Consider When Looking at Two-Way Radio

  • Size and structure of your facility
  • Is there a parking area you would like communication with?
  • Will you be communicating with a shuttle?

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) promotes the 5-Star Assurance. A pledge to give hotel employees across the United States with employee safety and security devices (ESDs) as well as devote to improved actions that intend to boost hotel security. For many specialists, a reputable communications solution enhances work efficiency and group productivity. The DMR option has a complete selection of built-in security features, that make the walkie-talkie a communication device and ESD at the exact same time.

The Man Down feature will allow you to recognize if the radio tilts at a specific angle, showing a radio individual might have fallen over, is subconscious or harmed. An alarm is triggered automatically as preset.

The Lone Worker feature has a timer which measures inactivity. If the timer reviews your collection limitation, a warning is released. If there is no reaction, the alarm system is triggered. Emergency situations switch on the radio is normally orange and put on top of the tool. It can be configured to raise the alarm system to the base terminal or various other radios as well as shows the identity of the individual issuing the alert on the radios screen.

With 60% of hotels in America functioning as local businesses *, the marketplace is anxious for services that can do the work without emphasizing the budget. User-friendly and scalable PTT communications innovation allows IT execs to construct an on-site interaction system that is simple to release and run.

We identify that no two hospitality facilities are alike and will collaborate with you to produce a customized end-to-end communication solution that best fits your needs. Rassbach Communications can help in identifying your needs with the appropriate wireless communication devices that fit your ever-changing landscape. With 65 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, we certainly can lead you every step of the way to make certain that you have the right options for your atmosphere. From in-vehicle radios to sturdy handheld two-way radios, Rassbach Communications has the tools you require to get your job done, securely, successfully, and on time.


* Information from American Hotel & Accommodations Association (AHLA).

Two-Way Radios

two-way radios

Two-way radios are easy to operate and deliver crystal clear communications, with integrated voice and data capabilities. You can disperse them throughout your venue, having handheld radios to clip to your belt while having mobile radios in your command center to make sure you are always connected. To get the most out of your two-way radios, contact the experts at Rassbach Communications.

Call Boxes

call boxes

Entry access management of doors and gates and campus security that can integrate with your existing two-way radio system or as a standalone system. They help to improve safety and response times. Versatile, User Friendly, and Cost Effective!

Cellular Booster

cellular booster

Staff and guests depend on mobile devices to stay connected. Amid emerging technologies and modernization efforts, hospitality facilities are finding new ways to connect6, learn, and grow together. General Managers realize that top-notch cellular reception is crucial when offering the most up-to-date information, engaging with staff, maintaining smooth operations, and ensuring the best possible security. Unfortunately, access to a strong indoor signal can prove difficult depending on campus size and location, building infrastructure, and budgets.



Two-way radio accessories enhance your communication clarity and safety with essential items such as earpieces, headsets, batteries, and antennas. You can also find helpful add-ons such as belt clips and carrying cases.

Alert Notifications


Do your employees need to be alerted for inclement weather headed towards your location?  How about a machine temperature that is getting too high? Do you have an important custom message that your employees need to be notified of immediately? The safety of your employees is a top priority. Having your machines run efficiently allows your business to stay on schedule. FreedomLINK FLEX helps keep your employees in the know whether they are in the building or off-site.

FCC Licensing


Almost all business two-way radios require an FCC, Federal Communications Commission, license. The FCC requires that users who communicate with business radios, on certain frequencies, be licensed.  We can help! We specialize in hospitality FCC licensing.


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405 N. Hastings Pl.

Eau Claire, WI 54703-3468


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