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AM Aircraft Receive
Wide-band FM Receive
2013 FCC Compliant
the dismal performance and high price of Wouxun's dual band mobile
radio, I'm excited to share information about the AnyTone AT-588UV. I have
been testing this radio for a couple of weeks and I'm impressed.
I think this will be the Chinese dual bander that takes the
It's computer programmable and the control head separates from the
radio via a CAT5 cable. This radio is easy to manually
operate because there are no sub-menus and there are matching controls
for the left and right sides. Either side can be set for VHF
or UHF or both the same. It has dual receive (two signals at
once) and when transmitting, you can set the off side to be muted if
desired. It only takes a couple button pushes to set up cross
band repeat. And unlike the other brand, this cross band
repeat actually works! It has AM Aircraft receive plus
220-260 MHz receive (sorry NO 220 transmit).
The company gives me this time line for availability. They
plan to produce a small run at the end of September and hopefully full
production by the end of October. I suggested they make a
larger test run because I've found nothing major that needs improving.
I've made a few suggestions for firmware changes which they
quickly approve. This company is interested in producing a
When the AT-588UV is available to sell, I will send an
announcement to this mailing list. The owners manual is not
yet available but I have a list of the various functions. I
will post this information on my web site as soon as I can. This
will take you to that location.
TYT TH-9800 Dual Band
quad-band radio (10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm) is still being developed.
I was told I could pick up my sample when I visit China in
mid-October. The schedule for production has not been
disclosed, nor has any indication of pricing been disclosed.
Wouxun.US / Import Communications
PO Box 451 - New London - NC - 28127
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