BTECH UV-50X3 X-Series Mobile – 50 Watt Tri Band Radio
13.8V (15 Amp) Operating Voltage Source Required – Dual Receiver Radio (Dual RF), Capable of Crossband Repeating. DTMF, CTCSS, and DCS Calling Modes Supported
High (50W), Mid (20W), Low (5W) Power. VHF and UHF Output exceeds 50 watts. 1.25M (220MHz) is 5 watts. RX/TX: 137-174MHz, 222-225MHz, 400-480MHz. Receive Only: .5-1.710MHz (AM Radio), 76-108MHz (FM Radio), 108-136MHz (AM Aviation Band), 175-250MHz, 300-399MHz, 480-520MHz
Recommended Accessories: Pair UV-50X3 with the Nagoya TB-320A Antenna (and RB-50 Mount) for easy installation. The PC05 FTDI Cable is recommended for easy computer programming – Uses CHIRP Software
For Dual Band Operation – The Nagoya UT-72 is recommended for vehicle use, several base antenna options exist for home/base use.
Kit Includes: UV-50X3 Main Frame, Front Panel, DTMF Microphone, Suction Cup, 10′ DC Cable, 15′ Panel Cable, Bracket, Fan Kit, Manual
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