Friday, September 11, 2015

Baojie BJ-218 2M/440 Mini Mobile

BJ-218 136-174/400-470MHz Mini Mobile Radio Transceiver at the 409Shop for $95.       

Frequency Range VHF: 136.000 - 174.000MHz
UHF: 400.000 - 470.000MHz
System F3E(FM)
Antenna impedance 50Ω
Frequency stability ±2.5ppm @ -10°C ~ +60°C
Working environment temperature -20°C ~ +60°C (-4°F - +140°F)
Input voltage Direct current 13.8V (±15%), negetive grounding
Output power High Power : ≤10W
Middle Power : ≤6W
Low Power : ≤3W
Max Frequency deviation ±5KHz
Noise radiation ≤-60dB
Flexibility ≤0.2uV(12dB SINAD)
Max. Audio output 2W
Working current Receive 0.3A(SQL)
Transmit 5A(Max.)
Dimension 105 x 30 x 106mm (width x high x depth not including the outparts)
Weight about 0.5kg
PACKAGE CONTAIN
1 x Baojie BJ-218 136-174/400-470MHz Mini Mobile Radio Transceiver
1 x Microphone
1 x Car Power Cable
1 x Power Cable
1 x Mounting bracket
1 x Screw
1 x User"s Manual





24 comments:

  1. Will this one have the same problems as all the other China made mini mobiles?

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    1. 15 to 17 watts max, ????
      and of course the programming cable does not function with win 10

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  2. I like that it's so small so it will hardly take up any room in your trash bin.

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  3. I'd really like to see a manual for it. Also, wonder how similar it is to the Leixen VV-898, which has zero knobs?

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  4. So I wonder what will be the best of the worst out of all these? This? The Leixen? Or the KT-8900?

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  5. Missing information:
    128 channels
    Step 2.5, 5, 6.5...

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  6. What is the PASSWORD to start the BJ-218 programming software?

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  7. Hi,does anyone have a ttl-rj45 schematic for this radio ?

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  8. Does anyone know if they fixed the bugs in the programming software yet?

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  9. Not as good as a Baofeng UV-5r
    Yes I own both ..
    Baofeng UV-5r is more sensitive , and filters noise better ..
    BJ-218 is overpriced if paying more than $100USD

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  10. Very very deaf receiver. What a shame.

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  11. Further to my comment on 31st August- Correction *** I WAS WRONG *** Its NOT deaf *** We had the wrong antenna in. Its not the most sensitive but its fine. In fact I would say , against buying an unknown second hand Japanese transceiver its a good buy. Puts out 5 , 10 and 25 watts as claimed. Acceptable on breakthrough too. Good audio reports , All in all a super little thing for the money.

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  12. Hello everyone.
    My BJ 218 does not work betwen 145.000 and 147.000. It seems locked in this range. How can I unlock it?

    I appreciate a lot your help

    Gus
    gusavel@hotmail.com

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  13. Hello,
    I would also schema RJ 45 at the BJ-218 needed
    because the programming cable is not working.

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  14. Can someone email me the bj-218 programming software please.

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  15. me gustaria tener esquema del cable de conexion del micro y cable de programación

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  16. I got the software BUT it says there is a communication error or time out error, I give up on this radio unless someone has some ideas... there is a company (RTS) that sells the software and cable for $50 USD but will it work?

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  17. I am happy to share my software if someone will share what they did to get it to work, just email me at: scouterdonn@gmail.com and we can work together to figure it out. I have 8 of the BJ218 for my boy scout camps and need them working ASAP. I am posting this on 5/13/17.

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    1. I got it to work using Windows 10 and chirp software and a cable from bluemax49 (e-bay). Told Chirp it was a Luiton 725.

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  18. Anyone have a microphone pinout for this radio? I need a replacement and have no idea where to start.

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    1. Pinout:
      1. Green - Keypad
      2. DATA TX from radio (TTL)
      3. White - Microphone. line level
      4. Blue - 0V for Programming cable
      5. Yellow - PTT / Data RX to radio (TTL)
      6. Shield - 0V
      7. Red - +8V
      8. Black - Keypad

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