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For your convenience, an optional USB programming cable (Model PCO-003) is available to program the Wouxun KG-UV920P-A from a computer.
NOTE: When you purchase this programming cable, we will include the USB cable driver and programming software on mini-CD.
|Maximum Output Power||50 Watts|
|Radio Type||Base Station|
|Digital Standard||Analog Only|
|Frequency Bands||1.5 Meter (220), 2 Meter (VHF), 70 cm (UHF)|
I am the ARES Emergency Coordinator for my county and this unit is great for use in the field as well as at a home location. The digital port is located on the side of the radio, so in-order to use programming software or digital operation you would have to remove the radio from the case. I installed an access port in the case to use the digital port. (see photo). At the same time I moved the radio forward just a little to give better access to the front panel controls. If you extended the case height just a little, you could install another radio and with the proper cable you would have a fully functional-portable 50 watt repeater.
Well the concept is good. All in one package small base station. But the item comes just as pictured. Other packages come with the angled faceplate, mounting brackets for a vehicle and the original radio box. The 920p is a decent radio for the price with a lot of features. But in this configuration you have to DISASSEMBLE THE HOUSING TO GET TO THE COMPUTER PROFRAMMING PORT ON THE SIDE OF THE RADIO. Also it is darn near impossible to reach the antenna connection on the radio unless you have fifth grader hands. I tried to research different packages and determine which would be best. But for $50 less you get all the radio parts mentioned above and a mobile antenna and programming cable. Shoot, for $125 less you can get a TYT 9800 quad band with a wouxun 30A power supply. I don't think this is a good buy and I feel like I made a mistake. Radio does seem to be working well (only have had it for a few days). The all in one housing would be convenient if I did not have to plug in different antennas, but my current situation requires me to. So I guess I will be investing in a short jumper cable (more $). I hope my observations help others in their decision making. I do think there should be some advertisement that this housing covers up the programming port on the radio.
this is a great radio. looks good has no cons. I lke this radio and will upgrade to a kg68 which has two radios and is a full blow repeater. not sorry I bought this one richard Kg5jwo46
Good radio works well
Nice radio and power supply. Looks good in the radio shack.