UV-5RX3 is a compact, ergonomically hand fit HT, which balances cost, functionality and reliability. It provides real 5 watts in the frequency range of VHF, UHF, as well as an extra band 1.25M. It is a more refined version of the UV-5R with 2M/1.25M/70CM all in one.
Specifications & Functions:
- Frequency Range: 136-173.975MHz, 200-259.975MHz, 400-519.975MHz
- FM Radio: 68-105MHz (RX)
- Memory Channel: 128
- Output Power: 5 Watts
- Tone Scanning: CTCSS, DCS
- Wide/Narrow Bandwidth Setting
- Tone Burst
New with 1.25-meter Band (200-260MHz)
UV-5RX3 can give you an entry into 1.25 meter (220 MHz) communications, its frequency range is 200-259.975MHz, which is a portion of the VHF radio spectrum in US, affording it a special place in the hearts of amateur radio enthusiasts.
Two Antennas supports 144/220/430MHz frequency
UV-5RX3 comes with two high gain V-85 antennas that can be switched around depending on the band you wish to use: an exclusive antenna for 1.25 meter (220MHz Band), the other one for VHF/UHF dual band. It is also recommended to get a Radioddity RD-301/RD-371 Tri-band antenna (not included in package) for more convenient use.
Compatible with UV-5R Accessories
UV-5RX3 has the traditional 5R-Plus case design, which means that it works with all the 5R accessories including programming cable, car charger, speaker, earpiece, 3800mAh battery, etc.
Tri-color LCD Display
A large, easy to read screen with three selectable colors, the bright backlit and LED flashlight, allow using the radio in dark.
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