Showing posts with label Retevis. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Retevis. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Retevis RT82: Dual Band DMR HT

Also via Radiosification (comment)...

Retevis Facebook Page:
"RT82 is coming, DMR dual band, similar with MD2017, We R&D with TYT and another company. Software and functions are Programming based on RT3. RT82 can be used for business(like hotel,KTV, big mall, construction site,Logistics,school...), outdoor sports(like hiking,climbing,camping,CS,surfing...), and hams. Ailunce is a brand mainly for R&D hams products. HD1 is the first radio we R&D by ourselves,collecting advice and tips from hams. RT82 has a wider use range. HD1 mainly for hams. You can choose according to your needs.Your satisfaction is our goal. Thanks for your support to Retevis."

Ailunce HD1 Dual-Band HT

The Ailunce HD1 Dual-band DMR HT:
Newest Information of Retevis Ailunce HD1 Digital Mobile Radio
The sample radio of Ailunce HD 1 has been produced out now, and the next step is TESTING. When a new product coming out, it needs to test the communication quality, communication distance, battery charging time, battery working time, frequency programming, other fetures and the accessories compatibility. Then it will be available for all the customers to purchase. Please don’t worry. I will update the newest information to you by the blog. 
Ailunce HD1 is True 2 Slot
Ailunce HD1 provide 2 slot communication, which allows 2 talk paths on one frequency. It could connect the repeater, and it also compatible with Mototrobo Tier Ⅰ&Ⅱ. 
Dual Band Digital Mobile Radio Ailunce HD1
Ailunce HD 1 is dual band handheld radio, it supports VHF 136-174 MHz, and UHF 400– 480 MHz, most digital radios only have single UHF frequency or VHF frequency.  Ailunce HD1 is the combination of them. so it is more powerful than others.
And a little more here.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Retevis RT-B6

You never know where these things will show up... I was helping with a class and noticed a radio sitting on the counter.

The labels on the radio and the charger don't match. I turned it on for a quick picture and then popped the battery off.

I want to see if there are others scattered around the building. If I had to guess, someone bought something like this 10 pack for emergency communications. I'm betting they think they just bought some walkie-talkies.