“I’m a bit of a 220 aficionado, but decent 220 equipment can be hard to come by. The 1.25 meter band has some unique properties, blending the propagation advantages of the 2 meter and 70cm bands. So 220 radios and repeater systems tend to have better range and coverage than similar VHF and UHF systems. With that said, I was excited when Radioddity approached me to take a look at their new handheld, the Baofeng UV-5RX3. The UV-5RX3 is a triband radio with coverage on the 2 meter, 70 cm, and 1.25 meter 222 Mhz band.”
「Tri-Band Radio」The UV-5RX3 was specifically designed as a Tri-Band transceiver. The internal filtering allows not only the traditional VHF and UHF frequencies, but also includes the 200-259.975 MHz Ham band for the US.
「Classic 5R-Plus Design」UV-5RX3 continued the classic 5R-Plus design with glossy metal shell and it shares almost all the accessories with Baofeng UV-5R Plus.
「What’s More」Two antennas included. One is for the standard VHF/UHF band and the additional one is specifically tuned for 220 MHz.
「Features & Programming」▶ Tri-Color Display ▶ DTMF Access ▶ It also supports PC programming software via cable.
「Technical Support & Guarantee」 Radioddity provides 1 year and 6 months warranty and 60 Days no reason return; You can always contact our customer support for help. We also provide in-depth user manual and programming tips which are both available on radioddity.com
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