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For your convenience, an optional USB programming cable (Model TYT-PROG-MBL) is available to program the TYT TH-9800 from a computer.
NOTE: Programming software is available for download from the Downloads tab above.
|Maximum Output Power||50 Watts|
|Radio Type||Base Station, Mobile|
|Frequency Bands||10 Meter, 2 Meter (VHF), 6 Meter, 70 cm (UHF)|
This is my 2nd one, It is the only radio that allows you to use the NATO PLL code to communicate with vintage military radios in restored vehicles.
didnt want to program 300 channels after replacing the internal battery on my kenwood tribander and got this radio to try.
used chirp to set up the 800 channels and really like it , handles signal overload pretty well , tends to go a little deaf and not get all intermod'e on scanning... also a plus. support area on yahoo group's .
Great radio. So I placed an SWR meter on it and with no other work, came out 1.2 and worked right out of box. Not bad... Even at 10m and 6m... Very cool. I was like WOW!... Nice. OK, this babe going in my truck.
Since you're sold out, I plan on getting a few more... Get this radio but wait until I buy mine first.
The only question I have is that it sounds like the fan runs all the time is that normal
This is a nice little radio. Works great and price is good too. Got this for radio go box. Going to get one for car.
I was suprized when I went through some areas that would normally generate problems with RF and did not have any problems. Generally a decent rig. The beep on the scan when it stops on a frequency is loud and I got a complaint about the mike being too "hot" Had to adjust the bandwidth to middle bandwith...it picks up the blower on the air conditioning..other wise it is greatr
I bought this, and connected it to a homebrew UHF/VHF antenna from QST in the 80's, and now my signal is coming through loud and clear (according to my fellow amateurs). Easy to set up and use, powerful amp. Would buy again.
Ive had this radio for a few weeks now and I am very pleased. I use it on ham bands as well as gmrs. The output power is a few watts more than advertised which was unexpected but fine with me... hihi. I am going to buy another one for the xyl's vehicle. It is simple to program without software and easy to use.
This radio is feature packed, and small in size.
While this might not be the top quality of the major name brands, it has proved to be very versatile and dependable so far. This will be my second TH-9800. I have found that in addition to the VHF, UHF, 10M FM and 6M FM, it can operate very well on GMRS as well as other frequencies you might need depending on your occupation. It will also operate on FRS and MURS although it's minimum transmit power is 5w, a little more than allowed on those two bands. I have fabricated a bracket and wired up a 12V computer fan to aid in keeping mine cool when under heavy use and that seems to keep it happy. I have been pleased with this product.
I use on ham&fire band,s excellent on both bands!!!