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Excellent Amateur Radio hand held VHF/UHF radio; Must be licensed ham operator to use this radio for transmit. This particular model by Yaesu radio has been produced for many years and is solid and reliable. Does not have bloat ware features of some of the newer radios of this type. It's a radio transceiver not an iPhone. haha...
TYT TH_7800 50W Dual Band VHF_UHF 134_174_400_480MHz Two Way Radio Mobile Transceiver Amateur Ham Radio with TYT CP_06 USB Pr Add To Cart There is a problem adding to cart.
BaoFeng UV-82HP High Power Dual Band Radio: 136-174mhz (VHF) 400-520mhz (UHF) Amateur (Ham) Portable Two-Way
144/430 MHz Dual Band C4FM FDMA/FM 5W Handheld Transceiver SMA - 3 Year Warranty - **$20 Yaesu Insta...
R. L. Drake R-4B Ham Radio Receiver. Unit turns on, dials light up. Knobs and dials work smoothly and hit the detents as expected. (from the web) The Drake model R-4B is a double conversion superheterodyne receiver, with preselector, designed for optimum reception of all types of amateur radio communications.
New Listing Yaesu FT-891 HF/6M Mobile Transceiver, All Mode, 100 Watts. <p>Yaesu FT-891 HF/6M Mobile Transceiver, All Mode, 100 Watts. Condition is New. This radio is brand new, however I’ve taken it out of the box twice, once when I bought it (to look at it), and the other time to take the pictures for this listing.
An example of an amateur radio station with four transceivers, amplifiers, and a computer for logging and for digital modes. On the wall are examples of various amateur radio awards, certificates, and a reception report card (QSL card) from a foreign amateur station.Amateur radio, also known as 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 (such as police and fire), or professional two-way radio services (such as maritime, aviation, taxis, etc.). The amateur radio service (amateur service and amateur-satellite service) is established by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) through the Radio Regulations.
Several modern two-way hand-held radios compatible with the Project 25 digital radio standard (Mobile and base station radios not shown) A two-way radio is a radio that can both transmit and receive a signal (a transceiver), unlike a broadcast receiver which only receives content. It is an audio (sound) transceiver designed for bidirectional person-to-person voice communication with other users with similar radios using the same radio frequency (channel). Two-way radios are available in mobile, stationary base and hand-held portable configurations. Hand-held two-way radios are often called walkie-talkies, handie-talkies or hand-helds. Two-way radio systems usually operate in a half-duplex mode; that is, the operator can talk, or he can listen, but not at the same time. A push-to-talk or Press To Transmit button activates the transmitter; when it is released the receiver is active. Other Full-duplex is generally achieved by the use of two different frequencies or by frequency-sharing methods to carry the two directions of the conversation simultaneously.
Portable equipment indicates a configuration that allows for relatively rapid collection, transportation, and deployment of amateur radio gear. Licensed operators often take part in portable operations using radio equipment when traveling. A portable station can be anything from a small QRP (Low Power) radio and antenna, to a top-of-the-line rig, space dependent. On long-distance expeditions, such equipment allows them to report progress, arrivals and sometimes exchanging safety messages along the way.Kamal Edirisinghe, 4S7AB, from Sri Lanka, operating a portable amateur radio station south of Stockholm, Sweden