“Ever wonder what the those strange buttons on the front of your new HF radio do? Dr. Balun explains what the RIT and XIT buttons are for and how to use them. I’ve got some exciting new products to show off this time and I’m going to show you something completely off topic but very cool.”
Description： The Baofeng BF-F9+TP is the upgraded version of BF-F9+ with the trip power 1w/4w/8W/. With its 128 channel capacity and up to 12 hours of... Read more
Released the IP501M dual-SIM compatible in- vehicle IP transceiver compatible with 2 carriers of au / NTT DOCOMO .
Product name / model name In-vehicle IP transceiver / IP501M Suggested retail price Open price Release date Monday, September 30, 2019 Annual sales pl... Read more
Product Description Frequency 136-174 and 400-480MHz (Any 10MHZ frequency space or frequency point selectable,such as VHF: 140-150mhz&UH... Read more
NOTE: We have an index of time-links to specific topics in this video at the bottom of this description. We haven’t heard a lot from FCC Special... Read more
In Puerto Rico, Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) volunteers continue to operate from the American Red Cross distribution center in Yauco — one o... Read more