SOCOTRAN ST980PLUS Mobile Car Radio Transceiver Dual Band Quad Standby Vehicle Repeater Cross Band Ham Radio Station VHF 75W UHF 55W
★ VHF/UHF MOBILE RADIO WITH HIGH OUTPUT - It's a good idea to use as a UHF(400 ~ 480 MHz)/VHF(136 ~174 MHz) ham radio transceiver in car for mobile communication with the groups by high output 75W (VHF) & 55W (UHF) during road trip.
★ CLEAN VOICE WITH MIC AUDIO GAIN - Great sound quality on Rx and I am told I sound great simplex or off of the repeater when testing the Socotran car transceiver, important: The mobile radio used indoor requires a power switching supply with voltage 13.8V & Current 20A.
★ DUAL BAND QUAD-STANDBY AND FOUR DISPLAY - It comes with multi functions such as dual band, quad-standby, 5 Tone, 2 Tone, ANTI, DTMF, remote stun, remote kill, remote revive and external speaker, Support Cross band.
★ MANUAL & PC PROGRAMMING - Our amateur radio supports both manual and PC, the PC programming port on the front which lets you leave everything connected and still program the radio.
★ Warm Tips: When you testing the radio, please connect with antenna and power supply for protecting mobile radio avoid radio burn.
1. High Power Output: VHF 75W, UHF 55W
2. High/Low Power Mode
3. Different Display Name
4. Color Screen & multiple display name
5. 200 Channels Memory
6. Memory FM Radio Channel
7. Keypad Lock-out
8. Dual Band, Four Display, Quad-Standby
9. Remote Stun, Remote Kill, Remote Revive
10. External Speaker/PTT
11. 5 Tone; 2 Tone; ANT; DTMF
12. Support Manual and PC Programming
Frequency range: VHF: 136 ~174 MHz, UHF: 400 ~ 480 MHz
Channel capacity: 200 channels
Channel spacing: 25KHz / 20KHz / 12.5KHz
Working voltage: 13.8V ±15% Current 20A
Squelch way: CARRIER/CTCSS/DCS/5 Tone/2 Tone/DTMF
Frequency stability: +/-2.5ppm
Operating temperature: -20~+60℃
Output Power： VHF 75W (20A)/ UHF 55W(15A)
1x Mobile Radio
1x Speaker Microphone(8 Pin)
1x User Manual
1x Power Cable
1x Mount Bracket
1x Screws & Fuse
The mobile radio used indoor requires a power switching supply with voltage 13.8V & Current 20A:
1) Low current may be burn the radio while in transmit due to the high working output power.
2) Radio in transmit status may be burn without antenna connecting.
I can't review this radio until my antenna arrives. Where is it..???