Brief introduction for Radioddity GD-55 Plus, A Practical DMR
GD-55 Plus Differentiating Factors
10W High Power
Mototrbo Tier I&II, Dual time slot for repeater
Emergency Alert (“Man Down” Alarm)
2800mAh Lithium Polymer (Li-Po) Battery
1024 Channel Capacity (16 Channels per zone, 64 zones)
VHF/UHF: 136-174MHz 400-470MHz
Free Programming Cable & 2 Antennas
As the updated version from GD-55, Radioddity GD-55 Plus has got improved and become more pratical in using. Thank you for all ham radio fans give us feedback and suggestion, we Radioddity realised the weakness. Radioddity GD-55 Plus, a better and tougher DMR.
High Power DMR: The GD-55 Plus features two power settings, High (10W) and Low (4W). The maximum transmission distance could be 6KM! While delivering this major output in High Power mode, its special exterior design makes the radio cooler than its counterparts. Its long-time high power transmission can ensure an extraordinary user experience for you.
Better, Safer & Larger Battery Capacity: To make the radio safer, we’ve replaced the industry-standard Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) battery with Lithium-Polymer (Li-Po) battery, which is more stable and lighter. What’s more, GD-55 Plus’s Li-Po battery has a large capacity, reaching 2800mAh.
A Stronger Radio: IP-67 Waterproofed and Tough as Nails
The GD-55 Plus might just be the toughest radio on the market. We’ll let you decide. Waterproofed to the IP-67 standard, and rated to take a 5 story fall, the GD-55 Plus can take all you can throw at it. The perfect radio for the toughest of jobs, especially if you work construction on a seaside, 5 story building. We’re not saying you could run over it with your car, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it stood up to that test as well.
Teamwork Made Easier: Call Recording and Text Messaging
The GD-55 Plus supports text messaging from radio to radio using no mobile data, making it ideal for communication in places where cell phones can’t go. This walkie-talkie is compatible with the TYT MD-380 messaging platform, meaning you can send and receive text messages from the MD-380, MD-390 and of course, other GD-55 Plus.
Keep voice records of conversations for future reference with the GD-55 Plus. Featuring a voice recording function, this radio is capable of recording both the transmitting and receiving voices of a call, with storage for later reference.
2 FREE Antennas： Two Antennas will come with GD-55 Plus for FREE！The short one is for portable use, while the other is a high gain antenna, for strengthening the signal.
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