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Wanna to know What he Think about Retevis GMRS Radios?

I would recommend we discontinue using the Midland GXT1000s handhelds for Block Captains in favor of the Retevis RT76 radios.   ...

Read more  Retevis GMRS radio,  Retevis RT97S GMRS repeater,  Retevis RT76P GMRS

What kind of microphone is suitable for the mobile radio

Some customers think that the current standard configuration is full-button microphones, and should be equipped with non-button microphones, but other customers feedback that they need more functions for their mic of mobie radio, such as adding side buttons, so that customers can customize the function of the side buttons like a handheld station.  ...

Read more  mobile radio,  microphone

Why do hams like the DRM

DRM is a digital commercial broadcasting model that provides FM-equivalent sound quality to shortwave broadcasts.  ...

Read more  Amateur Radio,  DRM

How to set the TX Mode of Retevis RT3S

The transmission channel of RT3S can be set to four modes: Last Call CH, Last Call CH + HandCH, Designed CH, and Designed CH + HandCH.  ...

Read more  Retevis RT3S,  Last Call CH

How to do when prompt virus arises downloading HD1 software

some customers have feedback that when downloading the firmware of HD1, the pop-up window indicated that there was a virus, but don't worry, the software of Ailunce is 100% safe, and this problem only occurs because of the digital signing issues. We just need to follow the steps below to solve this problem.  ...

Read more  Ailunce HD1,  Ham radio

Why does amateur radio not support CB band

Why does amateur radio not support the CB band?  ...

Read more  amateur radio,  CB

Why do you need a DMR walkie-talkie?

Although analog walkie-talkies have become the norm over the decades, and in some cases, analog technology is indeed a very useful communication technology, DMR radios also offer many advantages over analog walkie-talkies.  ...

Read more  DMR radio,  analog radio

Why do you choose an analog walkie-talkie

The FCC created the analog Private Mobile Radio (SMR) standard in the late 1970s and allowed two-way communication in certain frequency bands for commercial and commercial systems. Analog two-way radios have been the standard for decades since then, and have ushered in the zenith of their development. So why do people choose analog walkie-talkies?  ...

Read more  Analog radio

Why is talker Alias needed

The Talker Alias function is designed to eliminate the need for DMR radio storage to constantly update the user database.  ...

Read more  Amateur Radio,  Talker Alias