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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Comparison of DMR radios

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Legal information
This comparison is made for licensed amateur radio operators. It is illegal to use any of these radios on licence free channels such as PMR446 or FRS (including GMRS). Radios used on FRS and GMRS must be certified for use on these channels by the FCC. Radios used on PMR446 must have 0.5W maximum output power, and a fixed antenna.

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

First look at the new Ailunce HD1!

This is a pretty exciting radio as it's the first radio I know of to be made specifically for amateurs. It has a VFO or frequency mode so you can just type in the frequency without having to enter it into a channel, unlike other DMR radios which were made for the commercial market.

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