AnyTone Dual Band Mobile
- Receive Range (FM) 220-260, 350-400, 400-490 MHz
108-180 MHz (AM or FM Mode)
118-134 MHz (AM Aircraft Band)
- Transmit Range (FM) 134-174, 400-490 MHz
- Output Power 50, 35, 10 & 5 Watts
- Bandwidth Wide (25 kHz) & Medium (20 kHz) & Narrow (12.5 kHz)
- Tuning Step 2.5, 5, 6.25, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25 & 50 kHz
- True Dual Receive - receive two signals at the same time -- second side can be muted while transmitting
- Separate Tuning Knob and Volume Control, each side
- Separate Function Buttons, each side
- Either side can be VHF or UHF at any time - VU, UV, UU, VV - One side can be VFO and the other side Memory at the same time
- Cross-Band Repeat
- Alphanumeric Display
- 758 Memory Channels
- CTCSS, DCS, DTMF, ANI, PTT ID, 2Tone/5Tone Encode & Decode
- Scrambler Included
- DTMF Microphone
- Detachable Control Head (CAT5 separation cable)
- Computer Programmable
- All buttons on radio and mic are back-lighted
- FCC Part 90 Certified (FCC ID is T4K-5888UV)
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|Anytone Dual Band Radio|
|Been playing with the radio for a day or two and figured I would post a review. First off, great customer service!
Radio is of fairly decent build quality. The only thing I could comment negatively about it is the rubber protective sleeve for the microphone plug, it doesn't quite fit as snugly as I would like.
The faceplate is removable and a standard Cat5 cable extends from the unit quite effectively. Programming software only took a few minutes to figure out,and it was quite literally plug and play. Being able to adjust all of "default" power on settings through the software is nice. Programming through the nobs/controller pad is not impossible, just a little time consuming.
I'm not an expert when it comes to reporting on frequency drift etc etc, however with some basic tests on a home built j-pole antenna, I'm getting good audio quality reports on transmit, and fairly decent audio quality on receive both on UHF and VHF.
Only one wish list item, would be a courtesy tone on transmit with the crossband repeater function.
My current frequencies programmed are both Wide band HAM and narrow band Public Safety, and the radio sounds good on both.
|Having been a ham for 32 years and also having owned many VHF/UHF radios of most every brand I am truly impressed with this unit. The transmitter output equals or exceeds specs and the receiver is very hot. I have had NO intermod. I have tried it on receive in the ham bands and public service as well as the 220 Mhz receive and it is impressive. Add to this 700+ memory channels and cross-band repeat and you simply cannot beat it, price not even considered. If you consider the price, well, you will be more than satisfied. Now to customer service. Ed and Import Communications is certainly a rare breed. You will never have an issue ignored, neglected or left by the wayside. And he and his entity will be completely fair and super fast in their actions and response. In this day of pay, wait fuss and where you are just a number, Ed has raised the bar to what it should be. It boils down to trust and a willingness to help. Ed and his company do that and more. If you think you can get a radio a few bucks cheaper from "overseas" well you can. Would I do it? NO! The savings are NOT worth the security of having Import Comm. just an email away.
(N5 No Non Sense)|
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