Mobile Car Radio ST-7900D Two Way Radio Quad Band Transceiver - SOCOTRAN

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SOCOTRAN Quad Band ST-7900D Mini Mobile Car Radio Two Way Radio Transceiver VHF(50W)/UHF(25W) High Power FM Amateur

★ 200 Memory Channels. Quad Band working Frequency for Transmit & Receive: VHF:136-174MHz,220-270MHz & UHF:350-390MHz, 400-480MHz, FM radio frequency for receiving only: 65-108MHz,

★ VHF output power25W roughly, UHF output power 20W roughly. Built-in Cooling fan.

★ Quad Band Quad Standby, Multiple frequencies Standby function and Backlight display. Colorful LCD can display CHANNEL No. , Name and Frequency as well. Frequency Step 2.5/5.0/6.25/10.00/12.5/25.00KHz, 0~9 squelch Select, Scrambler function, TOT,APO, MSK/5Tone/2Tone/DTMF/CTCSS/DCS, PTT ID, Auto Lock, Remote stun, Remote Kill, BCL, Emergency alarm,Scan,ANI Code.

★ Supports channel / frequency/ name mode, allows manual programming by using speaker microphone, PC programmable via USB programming cable &software, driver installation needed for USB programming cable(programming cable not include).

★Technical support: you can always contact our customer support for programming tips.

Package Included:
1x Mobile Radio
1x Speaker Microphone
1x Cigar-plug Power Cable
1x Mount Bracket
1x Screws & Fuse
1x User Manual

General Specifications
Model number: ST-7900D
Frequency Range: VHF:136-174MHz,220-270MHz  
UHF: 350-390MHz,400-480MHz
Output Power: 25W/20W(VHF/UHF)
Number of Channel: 200 Channels
Channel Spacing: 25KHz 20KHz 12.5KHz
Phase lock step: 2.5KHz, 5KHz, 6.25KHz, 10KHz ,12.5KHz, 25KHz
Working Voltage: 13.8V DC±15%
Squelch way: CTCSS/DCS/5Tone/2Tone/DTMF
Frequency Stability : ±2.5ppm
Operating Temperature: -20℃~+60℃
Dimension(W x H x D): 98(W) x 43(H) x 126(D)mm
Weight: 448g


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Forget advertised 50W output!

As always the Chinese marketing cheaters advertising 50W output in the title of this radio description > do not expect more than 20W...
Anyway the radio works good. Middle power step is really missing. It is useful to use 10W or so in case of higher power needs but no way to use
so high current on 20W...