Improvised audio output for radio system.
An electronic speaker is a device that produces sound waves based on the electrical signals it receives. They work by running electricity through a voice coil, causing it to move a cone-shaped diaphragm attached to it. The diaphragm pushes against the air, producing sound waves in the pattern of the electrical signal. Speakers used for radio communication are generally not two-way, meaning that speakers are used along with a microphone. Said speakers are usually of lower quality than those used for playing music, resulting in the creation of the NATO phonetic alphabet to avoid confusion over the airwaves.
Can be purchased directly from two-way radio manufacturers.
- Can be crafted at a Level 1 Engineering Bench using: