FreeNet License-free Radio RT24V was released by Retevis. Except the PMR446, FreeNet is another license-free version in Germany.
What is FreeNet?
Freenet is a personal mobile radio network in Germany. It was originally introduced in 1996 as a product name of Motorola and uses part of the frequency spectrum of the former B-Netz carphone network.
Initially, there were only three channels, each with a 12.5 kHz spacing.
- In January 2007, add up to 6 channels.
What is the FreeNet License-free Radio?
Like the Retevis RT24V, the FreeNet License-free radio should be:
- Handheld Radio.
- With the maximum permitted ERP of 500 mW.
- 6Channels for 2 meter band VHF.
Retevis RT24V, is the handheld license-free radio, it has 6 channels VHF band, with the power less than 0.5w, each channel with a 12.5khz spacing like below:
The channel table for RT24V:
Retevis RT24V’s feature:
- License-free FreeNet band, so no need to program
- Package comes with one pair.
- Vox make your hands-free
- Scan Function
- Time out timer(TOT)
- Busy channel lock
Retevis RT24v picture:
Also Retevis RT24 is the PMR446 license-free for EU countries. If you want to choose the PMR446, you can visit:
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