Radioddity REVEALS DB25-D Mini Mobile DMR Radio | First Look!

Radioddity has a new Mini Mobile DMR Radio about to be released which they are calling the DB-25-D. This is a small dual band DMR radio with 20W power output and a compact size. Let’s take a First Look today!

20W output power + 300K DMR Contacts: The Radioddity DB25-D is a mini powerful mobile radio with a compact design. Featuring 20W/5W high-low power selectable and 300,000 DMR contacts storage, allowing bulk import via software.

Dual Band, Dual Mode and even Dual Standby: The DB25-D is a dual-band radio supporting both VHF and UHF transmission. You can switch between analog and digital (DMR Tier I & Tier II) operation modes at any time. Besides, it’s with dual standby function.

GPS Function: The DB25-D is with GPS function which can be used for APRS, which is for real time digital communications of information of immediate value in the local area. This makes it a ‘must go’ for any off-road and overland communities.

Color Screen & Dual Speakers: The radio comes with a multicolor high-resolution screen. It has two speakers: one in the mic and one on the front of the radio, you can choose whether to use both or just one of the two. There is a microphone gain option as well.

7 Customizable Keys: 3 on the radio and additional 4 on the speaker mic, each with Long / Short press options. You can set different functions according to your operating habit.

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