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BFTECH BF-F8RT 8-Watt Dual Band Two-Way Radio (136-174Mhz VHF & 400-520Mhz UHF) High Gain NA-772R Stretchable Antenna
The BF-F8RT are the three selectable power levels (Low – 1w, Med – 4/5w, High-7/8w);
the BF-F8RT has a better high-gain antenna (Max14″) that was not available in earlier models;
The BF-F8RT also comes with a Full IN-DEPTH User Manual that will help you get aquatinted with all the New Features!
The BF-F8RT was designed in the North America and because not everyone is a radio-expert we really wanted to focus on providing an easier user experience!
You can use Chirp to program the BF-F8RT radio. Please select the Baofeng UV-5X model and program it.
BFTECH BF-F8X3 Tri-Band 8 Watt VHF 1.25M UHF 136-174/220-260/400-520Mhz Portable Amateur Ham Two Way Radio
- The BF-F8X3 Tri-Band is able to Transmit on Narrowband (12.5kHz) and Wideband (25kHz). Tri-Band Radio: 136-174mhz (VHF), 220-260mhz, 400-520.99mhz (UHF)
- DTMF Remote CommandsThe BF-F8X3 Tri-Band can respond to remote commands. By remotely sending DTMF tones you can both ‘Stun’ (Transmit Disable) or ‘Kill’ (Disables all functions) the UV-5R Tri-Band. You also can ‘Revive’ a BF-F8X3 Tri-Band from its “stunned” or “killed” state. You can also remotely turn on the microphone through ‘Monitor’, or ensure the radio is within range by using ‘Inspect’ (replies with a confirmation tone when it is within range).
- Dual Watch ReceiverThe BF-F8X3 Tri-Band has one built-in receiver but can “watch” two channels (semi-duplex). Monitor two different frequencies (even on different bands (VHF/UHF)) and the radio will monitor both frequencies giving priority to the first station to receive an incoming call.
- Group Tones supportedThe BF-F8X3 Tri-Band supports the most common Analog Tones. It supports CTCSS, DCS, and DTMF calling methods. Set-up your calling methods to call by group tones. Tone calling (private line) is required by most repeater applications and the BF-F8X3 Tri-Band supports the latest standards
- There are 128 programmable memory channels. You can add or remove channels from scanning list using the free computer software. You can give channels alphanumeric names, using a computer. The radio has 2 power levels (8 watts maximum), allowing you to choose how far you can communicate. You can set VFO limits using the CHIRP software. You can easily program from a PC to set-up the radio to operate exactly as needed.