Ailunce HD1 updated the firmware and software

Ailunce HD1 updated the firmware and software. Have you updated your radio? The firmware from the Version V1.45 to V1.46. You can download the latest firmware V1.46 here :http://www.retevis.com/hd1-resources/ Firmware V1.46 1. Add “Delete All” in Message. 2. Can show zone name, but only display 7 characters. 3. Support to set GPS information via radio…

Retevis RT80

Retevis RT80 UHF DMR Radio for new Amateurs

The Retevis RT80 is a DMR handheld walkie-talkie designed on the basis of Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) technology. It supports three modes: digital, analog and digital-analog mixed and is compatible with existing conventional analog and DMR-based walkie-talkies. Retevis RT80 is working at UHF 400-480MHz, 999 channels, transmit power of 5W, vocoder type AMBE ++,…

RT80

Retevis RT80 Single Band UHF DMR Radio is Coming

Retevis RT80 is a new DMR radio in 2018, which has 999 channels, UHF frequency from 400Mhz to 480Mhz. 1600mAh Li-ion battery, digital and analog mode combined. Can talk to Motorola Radios. Retevis RT80 Technical Spectifications Transmitter Receiver Output Power 4.5W/1.5W Sensitivity (analog) ≤0.3/0.22 μV(12dB SINAD) Modulation(analog) 11KΦF3E@12.5KHz; 16KΦF3E@25KHz Sensitivity (digital) ≤0.3 μV/BER 5% Modulation (digital) 12.5KHz (data +voice):7K60FXW; 12.5KHz(data only):7K60FXD ACS ≥65dB Spurious emission -36dBm<1GHz; -30dBm>1GHz Intermodulation ≥65dB…

How to upgrade RT90 firmware

The Retevis RT90 is the latest Dual Band mobile to come on the ham radio scene. It can be compatible with DMR Tier II repeater network as well as local FM repeaters. It was specifically designed with the amateur radio operator in mind. Recently, some customers feedback that RT90 display white screen when operate it. Now,…

Win Retevis Hat for Amateurs

Amateur radios (also called ham radio),describes the use of radio frequency spectrum for purposes of non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, private recreation, radiosport, contesting, and emergency communication. The term “amateur” is used to specify “a duly authorised person interested in radioelectric practice with a purely personal aim and without pecuniary interest;”(either direct monetary or other similar reward) and to differentiate it from commercial broadcasting, public safety…