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The feature of Retevis RT52

The feature of Retevis RT52 Retevis RT52 is coming in November 2018. Since its publised, it has been welcomed by many hams. Today we will briefly introduce the main characteristics of RT52, Give more references to people who like it and want to get it. 1.The appearance: Rt52 is look quite familiar on the outside…

Rechargeable Outdoor Walkie-talkie RT45

Rechargeable Outdoor Walkie-talkie RT45,  there are two versions license-free: PMR446 and FRS PMR446 license-free for most Europe-countries: 8/16 channels. 0.5w, with CE certification,121 codes (38 CTCSS+83DCS) FRS licesnse-free for the US country: 22channles, less than 2w, with FCC certification. 121 codes (38 CTCSS+83DCS)   What’s the features of this Outdoor Walkie-talkie? 1, For US and Europe marketing, with the…

What is the PoC Handset Radio?

PoC is an abbreviation of Push-to-Talk Over Cellular.
It means that you can communicate with your partner in one system by 4G/LTE network.
It is a technique of using the mobile phone network , to make calls that conduct like conventional walkie talkie,  with instant access and one to many calls,
one to one call, many to many call, use of the advantage on the world-wide coverage of the cellular phone networks, GSM, 3G, 4G etc.

What is the Talk Around?

What’s the talk around function? It is a repeater Talk around function, usually you will see T/A, it is the short of it. It means “talking around the repeater”. So, Talk-a-Round (aka Direct) is where the mobile or portable talks simplex to others on the output frequency of the repeater they normally use. It is primarily…

RT51-An Inexpensive PoC radio

This article was written by the US tester. A review of the new Retevis RT51– an inexpensive Poc Alternative The  RT51 PoC Handheld radio is a Push-to-Talk (PTT) communications tool, uses existing AT&T and T-Mobile cellular for voice signal propagation. Retevis presents it as an inexpensive communications device and platform that allows for group and…

RT87 Radio Testing In The Cold

Retevis RT87 in the cold. Lewis, our Retevis friend, tested this IP67 radio RT87 in this cold winter in the UK. RT87 is a Dual-band Analog IP67 radio. Wanna know more about its specification, please click here: https://www.retevis.com/ip67-dual-band-rt87-amateur-radio He tested this RT87 with the temperature around 3 or 4 degrees. Check the location: First, he put some…