Wireless Mobile Radio Microphone

If it weren’t so expensive ($120 without the microphones) I might have picked one up.

It would only have left me with the problem of the frequencies these microphones use: 221 – 259 MHz. Not allowed here in NL.

Repeater

Repeater-2

  • Freely move, easy communication
  • Compatible with different brands mobile radio, like Icom, Yaesu, Motorola, Kenwood and so on
  • Walkie talkie between hand-microphones
  • 500 meters communication range between mobile radio and hand-microphone, between hand-microphones
  • Torch light function
  • Identification function
General specifications
 RepeaterHand-microphone
Frequency rangeTX: 221MHz
RX: 259MHz
TX: 259MHz
RX: 221MHz
RF power80
Number of channels199
RF power250mW500mW
Battery pack1500mAh (Li-ion)
Frequency stability± 2.5PPM
Power supplyDC 8.0V
Operating temperatures– 20°C — + 60°C
Dimensions (W * H * D)133 * 88 * 27mm

Hans, PD0AC, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Almere, The Netherlands. Contact him at [email protected].

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