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January 27, 2017
The TYT MD-380 is one of the most popular DMR radios on the market and one of our best selling digital handheld models at Buy Two Way Radios. Considering this, we are not at all surprised to receive inquiries about replacement parts for it. As an authorized TYT dealer for the US, Buy Two Way Radios now carries a selection of spare parts for the TYT MD-380 two way radios.
If you need a specific part for your MD-380, such as a channel knob or accessory port cover, the specific item may be purchased individually. If multiple parts are needed, an entire kit of replacement parts is also available. This kit consists of all MD-380 parts currently sold on our web site at a substantial savings.
Of course, if you need another spare or replacement part for your radio, give us a call at 1-800-584-1445 or enter our live chat and ask.
December 15, 2016
The TYT MD-380 is one of the most popular and versatile DMR digital radios on the market. There are many reasons choose the MD-380 when you go digital. Now there is one more! For a limited time, get the TYT MD-380 at a Manager's special holiday price of only $99.95!
There's no gimmick, no gotcha, no rebate form to fill out and no promo code to enter at checkout. UHF or VHF version? It doesn't matter. Purchase an MD-380 DMR digital two way radio from Buy Two Way Radios and get it for only $99.95! (SC residents add sales tax).
And that's not all. When you purchase the MD-380, we'll throw in the TYT MD-380 programming cable and software CD FREE! This is a $14.99 value and is yours for no extra charge. Your free programming bundle will be automatically added to your order at time of purchase!
But wait, there's more. Order now and get the entire package with FREE ground shipping!
This bundle is a great gift at a great price, but is available for a limited time. The TYT MD-380 Manager's Super Holiday Special is valid from December 15 to December 19, 2016 or while supplies last. Get yours now before this offer and the holidays are over!
December 14, 2016
Like its younger sibling, the TH-9800 both transmits and receives 136-174MHz on the VHF band and 400-480MHz on UHF band. Then it doubles down, with TX and RX on 6 meters and 10 meters, as well.
Of course, it's not the only quad band mobile among all amateur radios on the market. However, compared to the Wouxun KG-UV950P quad band transceiver, the TYT TH-9800 is a really solid, high value alternative.
Like the 7800, reception on the TH 9800 is broad. it can receive wide band AM and FM on 26-33MHZ, 47-54MHz, 108-180MHz, 320-512MHz and 750-950MHz (except cell phone frequencies). Like the 7800, it supports 809 memory channels. The settings can be configured independently for each channel.
Also, like it's brother, the 9800 has separate A and B sides. It is capable of full duplex operation and can function as a cross-band repeater.
TYT TH-9800 Key features
- Quad Band UHF/VHF 2M/6M/10M/70cm transmit and receive
- 6-33MHZ/47-54MHz/108-180MHz/320-512MHz/and 750-950MHz (Receive Only)
- 5/10/20/40W Transmit Power (UHF)
- 5/10/20/50W Transmit Power (VHF)
- 809 Memory Channels
- Independent Controls for left and right band
- Repeater Capable
- V+U Full Duplex Operation
- Cross-Band Repeater
- FM Radio
- Encryption Scrambler
- Voice Compander
- Busy Channel Lockout
- 50 Groups CTCSS/104 Groups DCS Code
- User Defined CTCSS and DCS capability
- CTCSS/DCS Tone Scan
- DTMF 2-Tone and 5-Tone
- Auto Range Transponder System (ARTS)
- Automatic Repeater Shift (ARS)
- Detachable Front Controller and Remote Mounting Ability
- Backlit Dual LCD Display
- Backlit Keypad
- Channel Name Edit and Display
- Channel Scan
- Priority Scan
- Skip Channel
- Dual Watch
- Talk Around
- Auto Power Off
- Timeout Timer
- Keypad Lock
- Audible Button Beeps
- 3.5mm Speaker Port
- Cloning Capable
- PC Programmable (Requires Optional Cable)
- Programmable Buttons
- Built-in Internal Speaker
- Backlit DTMF Hand Microphone
- User Programmable Microphone Keys
- Cooling Fan
The TH-9800 also features Auto Range Transponder System (ARTS). When communicating with another radio equipped with ARTS, the radios sense when one moves out of range for more than a minute. It is a handy feature to have in case of a "Man Down" situation or other emergency. This a standard feature of many Vertex Standard business radios.
Like its dual band brother, the TH-9800 has a detachable front face plate. You can hide the radio and mount the front control panel with the dual display almost anywhere you want in your vehicle.
Programming the TH-9800
The TH-9800 can be programmed direct from the radio or through a computer via an optional TYT mobile programming cable and software. Although not absolutely needed, the programming cable and software are highly recommended and programming the TH-9800 through a computer is definitely encouraged. It makes things a lot simpler.
If you want or need to program the TH-9800 radio directly, the chart below provides a handy reference to the menu. If you are already familiar with the TH-7800, you'll have no trouble with this one, because it is exactly the same menu. It consists of 42 items. Default settings are bold.
|Menu #||Name||Menu Item||Description||Option|
|01||(APO)||Auto Power Off||Turns off radio after set time||OFF/0.5H/1H/2H|
|02||ARS||Auto Repeater Shift||Enables/disables the ARS feature||ON/OFF|
|03||ARTS||Auto Range Transponder System||Selects the ARTS beep mode||IN RING/ALWAYS|
|04||BEEP||Beep when key is pressed||Enable/Disable Beep||BEP.ON/BEP.OFF|
|05||CLK.SFT||Clock Frequency Shift||Shifting of CPU clock frequency||SFT.ON/SFT.OFF|
|06||DIMMER||Display Dimmer||Set display brightness level||DIM.OFF/1/2/3/4|
|07||DCS.COD||Set DCS Code||Sets the 104 DCS code||023|
|08||DCS.N/R||Set DCS Code||Selects Normal or Inverted
|TRX N/TX R/RX R/TRX R|
|09||DSP.MOD||Memory Channel Display Mode||Selects memory channel display mode||DSP.FRQ/DSP.NAM|
|10||DTMF D||DTMF Autodialer
|Sets DTMF Autodialer
|11||DTMF S||DTMF Autodialer
|Sets DTMF autodialer
|12||DTMF W||DTMF Autodialer
|Loading of DTMF
|16 autodialer memories
|13||HYPER||Hyper Memory||Enable/disable automatic writing
feature of Hyper Memory
|14||KEY.MOD||Key Functions||Selects key functions for
"right" band function switches
|15||LOCK||Key/Button Lock Feature||Enable/disable Key/Button lock feature||MANUAL/AUTO|
|16||LOCKT||PTT Lock Feature||Enable/disable the PTT lock feature||OFF/BAND R/BAND L/BOTH|
|17||MUTE||Mute Audio||Select the audio mute mode||OFF/TX/RX/TX and RX|
|18||NAME||Channel Name||Stores name for memory channel||Enter name|
|19||PG P1||Set P1 Button||Program the mic P1 button||BAND|
|20||PG P2||Set P2 Button||Program the mic P2 button||VFO/MR|
|21||PG P3||Set P3 Button||Program the mic P3 button||TONE|
|22||PG P4||Set P4 Button||Program the mic P4 button||LOW|
|23||RF SQL||RF SQL Level||Adjust RF SQL threshold level||OFF/S-2/S-5/S-9/S-FULL|
|24||RPT.MOD||Repeater Shift Direction||Set repeater shift direction||RPT.OFF/RPT.-/RPT.+|
|25||SCAN||Scan-Resume Mode||Sets scan-resume mode||TIME/BUSY|
|26||SCAN M||Scan Mode||Sets memory scan mode||MEM/MSM|
|27||SHIFT||Offset Repeater Shift||Sets offset frequency of
the repeater shift
600 KHz (UHF), 600 Hz (VHF)
Shift can be set independently
for each band
|28||STEP||Synthesizer Steps||Sets synthesizer steps||2.5-100 KHz
|29||SPK||Squelch Mode||Sets squelch mode||SQ/CTC/TON/C+T and C/T
|30||TONE F||CTCSS Tone Frequency||Sets CTCSS tone frequency||50 standard CTCSS tones
|31||TONE M||CTCSS/DCS Encode/Decode Mode||Sets the encode/decode mode||OFF/ENC/ENC.DEC/DCS
|32||TOT||Time-Out Timer||Sets the time-out timer||OFF/1~30 min.
|33||TALKAR||Talk Around||Swaps RX/TX frequencies
to toggle simplex
and repeater operation
|34||WID.MID.NAR||Mic Gain and Deviation||Select bandwidth to reduce
mic gain (and deviation)
|35||X-RPT||Cross-Band Repeater||Enable/disable cross-band repeater||ON/OFF|
|36||AM||AM Mode||Enable/disable AM Mode||ON/OFF|
|37||AUT.AM||Automatic AM Mode||Enable/disable automatic AM mode||ON/OFF|
|38||2TONE||2-Tone memory channel||Assign 2-Tone autodialer
|39||5TONE||5-Tone memory channel||Assign 5-Tone autodialer
|40||SCR||Scramble||Enable/disable scramble feature||ON/OFF|
|41||COMP||Compander||Enable/disable voice compander||ON/OFF|
|42||HSD.TYP||Tone Squelch||Enable/disable tone squelch||OFF/2 Tone/5 Tone/DTMF|
The TH-9800 has four reset options. For reset instructions, read How to reset the TYT TH-9800 to factory defaults.
The TH-9800 matches up very well to the Wouxun KG-UV950P in features and is a bit ahead on price.
The TH-9800 includes the radio, the speaker mic, mounting brackets and hardware, power cords, extension cord, and owner's manual. The TH-9800 is available from Buy Two Way Radios.
December 12, 2016
TH-9800 Factory Reset Options
- F-1 SETMOD RESET
Resets the menu settings to factory defaults
- F-2 HYPER RESET
Resets the Hyper Memory settings to factory defaults
- F-3 MEMORY RESET
Resets regular memory settings to factory defaults
- F-4 ALL RESET
Resets all memory, menu and other settings to factory defaults
Follow the steps below to reset a TYT TH-9800 Quad Band Mobile Two Way Radio from Buy Two Way Radios to its original factory settings.
To perform a Reset
1. Turn off the radio.
2. Press and hold the LEFT [LOW] and turn the radio on.
3. Turn the DIAL to choose the RESET menu.
4. Choose the appropriate reset option [F-1, F-2, F-3 or F-4].
5. Short press the [SET] key to reset the radio.
7. Reset is complete.
A reset may resolve many issues or malfunctions, but may not work for every scenario. However, it is usually a recommended first step when troubleshooting a two way radio.
December 5, 2016
Details are still sketchy, but TYT has released a few specs on this new handheld. Key features of the TYT MD-2017:
- Dual band
- Dual display
- Dual standby
- Complies with ETSI TS 102 360-1, -2, -3
- Uses Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)
- Compatible with MotoTRBO Tier 1 and II
- GPS capable
- Lone worker function
- Encryption function
- Analog and Digital Modes
- SIngle Call, Group Call and All Call
- Remote Kill/Stun/Activate
- IP67 Waterproof.
- Firmware upgradeable
April 27, 2016
Tytera announced plans this week to change the brand name on their line of two way radios from Tytera to TYT next month. According to an official spokesperson from Tytera, starting May 2016 the company will begin to replace the Tytera brand on their entire product line with the name TYT.
Products such as the MD-280, the extremely popular MD-380, the mobile TH-7800 and the new waterproof MD-390 digital radio will be re-branded as TYT. The new label will likely appear this summer as existing Tytera inventory is exhausted and products are replenished. New Tytera products due this summer will likely carry the TYT brand at launch.
Details are sketchy, but according to TYT the name change is due to a complaint from rival radio manufacturer Hytera. This is possibly related to the similarities between the two names.
The company said all products manufactured by Tytera will be affected by the change. Buy Two Way Radios is an authorized Tytera dealer.
March 17, 2016
Tytera shook the world of digital radio in 2015 with the introduction of the MD-380, a portable handheld capable of both DMR and analog operation at an analog radio price.
Digital radios were outrageously expensive, and were priced out of the hands of many.
Then the MD-380 came along. It changed everything. For the first time, DMR was truly available to the masses, so to speak. Amateur radio operators on a Baofeng budget could experiment within the digital realm without spending hundreds of dollars on digital equipment, and because the UHF version was Part 90 type accepted for commercial use, small businesses could afford to keep up with their competitors and migrate to digital without the exhorbitant cost. The MD-380 was a game changer, and turned Tytera into a respected brand in the DMR marketplace almost overnight.
Now they are about to do it again. Get ready for the Tytera TYT MD-9600 Digital Mobile Radio!
Yes, that's right, the long-awaited announcement is here. Tytera has introduced a new mobile two way radio capable of operation in both digital and analog modes.
According to Tytera, the MD-9600 operates on 400-480MHz frequencies at up to 45 watts (UHF model) or 136-174MHz VHF at up to 50 watts (VHF model). As a DMR radio, It uses Time Division Multiple Access(TDMA) technology and is compatible with MotoTRBO Tier I and II.
The TYT MD 9600 boasts 1000 channels and 250 zones with 16 channels for each zone. Features include Private Call, Group Call, All Call, a lone worker mode, ANI function, encryption, short text messages, CTCSS/DCS encode and decode, power save mode, low power alarm, an emergency alarm and VOX capability. The console features a color LCD display and four programmable function keys. The hand mic also has four programmable keys, in addition to the two built-in LEDs and full DTMF keypad.
The MD-9600 is also quite versatile. it's not only PC programmable, it's firmware upgradeable as well, a flexibility most other portable and mobile transceivers lack.
The expected release date is sometime in 2016. No price point has yet been set or announced, but as soon as we have pricing, the MD-9600 will be available for pre-order at Buy Two Way Radios. For more specs, download the Tytera MD-9600 product sheet.
July 15, 2015
The Tytera MD-280 and MD-380 DMR digital radios support both analog and digital operation with many options, but what about accessories? Are existing audio accessories and other components compatible with these radios or do they require a unique set of their own?
In this video, Danny Feemster from Buy Two Way Radios displays all of the accessories included in the Tytera MD-380 Digital Ham Radio DMR Starter Kit - HT as well as a plethora of other compatible accessories available for both models.
July 8, 2015
The Tytera MD-380 video series continues with another quick tutorial. In this video, Danny Feemster from Buy Two Way Radios shows you how to add a contact to contact list directly from the keypad of the Tytera MD-380 DMR Digital Two Way Radio.