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Wouxun KG-UV9D Multi-Band Two Way Radio

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Quick Overview

Experience Multi-Band excitement with the Wouxun KG-UV9D! This multi-modulation two way radio combines dual band transmission, 7 band reception and multiple feature options for multi-functional operation you won't get with a typical dual band handheld radio!

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$129.99

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Experience Multi-Band excitement with the Wouxun KG-UV9D! This multi-modulation two way radio combines dual band transmission, 7 band reception and multiple feature options for multi-functional operation you won't get with a typical dual band handheld radio!

The KG-UV9D transmits on 4 watts UHF and 5 watts VHF with multiple power settings. It features an impressive 999 programmable memory channels with QT/DQT encoding and decoding, DTMF encode/decode and 25KHz/12.5KHz wide/narrow bandwidth selection.

Dual Band Transmission
  • 144-148MHz VHF (FM TX)
  • 420-450MHz UHF (FM TX)

7 Band Reception
  • 76-108MHz (FM Radio)
  • 108-136MHz (AM RX)
  • 136-180MHz (FM RX)
  • 230-250MHz (FM RX)
  • 350-400MHz (FM RX)
  • 400-512MHz (FM RX)
  • 700-985MHz (FM RX)

The KG-UV9D operates on multiple levels to maximize the experience! It has true dual reception, so you can receive two signals on the same or different bands simultaneously. You can even transmit on one band while you receive on the other at the same time!

But its multi-function operation doesn't end there. The KG-UV9D has multiple scan capabilites, as well. Priority scan, channel group scan, these are just a given. CTCSS/DCS scanning is a plus. Want a scan feature that's really exciting? With it's dual receive, the KG-UV9D can scan two bands at the same time. Now, that's multi-functional!

Of course, we can't forget the multi-display. First introduced with the popular KG-UV8D, the large, color screen is also a prime feature of the KG-UV9D, and with some notable improvements. Of course, there is still plenty of room to display all the information needed to operate a multi-function radio on both bands at the same time. Now the display is also adjustable, with five levels of brightness. Customize the settings for your viewing comfort while conserving battery power as needed. With the KG-UV9D in your hand, you are in control!

Speaking of control, check out Lock Mode. You can choose to lock only the keypad, lock the keypad and the encoders, lock the keypad and the PTT, or lock it all. It's no longer all or nothing. Multiple lock options let you decide how your radio can be accessed, keeping you in control.

The KG-UV9D is also loaded with other features to make it truly multi-faceted! Three programmable side keys, sub-frequency transmission setting, Channel Name edit and display, Caller ID display, 76-108Mhz FM radio, SOS function, remote alarm, single-tone pulse frequency, reverse frequency, low voltage voice prompt, VOX (Voice Operated Transmit) for hands-free operation and a high illumination flashlight are all part of the package. And yes, like the 8D, the KG-UV9D has a stopwatch!

The Wouxun KG-UV9D comes with a 7.4v 2000mAh (14.8Wh) Li-Ion battery pack, belt clip, high gain antenna, stubby antenna, wrist strap, desktop charger, AC cord, owner's manual and a one year manufacturer warranty from Wouxun.

Optional Programming Cable

For your convenience, an optional USB programming cable is available to program the Wouxun KG-UV9D from a computer.

NOTE: When you purchase this programming cable, we will include the FREE USB cable driver and programming software on CD.

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Wouxun KG-UV9D Features

  • 999 Memory Channels
  • Dual Band Transmit
  • 144-148MHz VHF Frequencies RX/TX
  • 420-450MHz UHF Frequencies RX/TX
  • 7-Band Receive
  • Repeater Capable
  • 4W UHF/5W VHF Transmit Power
  • Li-Ion Battery Pack
  • Rechargeable Battery Included
  • Battery Charger
  • FM Radio
  • SOS Feature
  • Memory Channel
  • Simultaneous Scanning on Twin Bands
  • Priority Scan
  • Dual Watch
  • Dual Receive
  • Busy Channel Lockout
  • Duplex Work Mode
  • Reverse Frequency Function
  • CTCSS/DCS Tones
  • CTCSS/DCS Tone Scan
  • Large Color Backlit LCD Display w/5 Level Brightness
  • Channel Name Edit and Display
  • Battery Meter
  • Low Battery Alert
  • Power Saver
  • Timeout Timer
  • VOX
  • Multiple Lock Modes (Keypad, Encoders/PTT/All
  • English Voice Prompts
  • Drop-In Charge Capable
  • Audio Accessory Connector
  • Cloning Capable
  • PC Programmable (Requires Optional Cable)
  • LED Flashlight
  • Stopwatch
  • DTMF Encode/Decode
  • Reset
  • One Year Manufacturer Warranty

Included with the Wouxun KG-UV9D

  • Wouxun KG-UV9D Two Way Radio
  • Li-Ion Battery Pack
  • Multi-Band High Gain Antenna
  • Dual Band Stubby Antenna
  • Belt Clip
  • Wrist Strap
  • Charger Tray
  • AC Adapter
  • Owners Manual

Wouxun KG-UV9D Specifications

  • Dimensions: 124.5mm × 61.49mm × 33.88mm
  • Weight: 490g
  • Antenna connector type: SMA Female (Standard)

Additional Information

Warranty1 Year
FCC IDWVTWOUXUN10
Channels999
Maximum Output Power5 Watts
Radio TypeHandheld
ServicesAmateur
Safety FeaturesFlashlight
Digital StandardAnalog Only
IntegrationRepeater Capable
Frequency Bands2 Meter (VHF), 70 cm (UHF)
Button ColorBlack Buttons
  1. I would buy this product again review by Chris on 2/16/2018
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    Great little radio.999 channels as advertised, great volume and loud.

  2. Great Radio review by Ba'al on 9/26/2017
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    I love this radio, i use it for work and it does exactly what i expect,i rotate it with my UV8D every other day as to not wear it out prematurely. 2 downsides i have found,atleast for me. 1. the fm radio will not save, i have to reprogram each time after shutting it off. 2. the box and manual clearly states that the radio is tx/rx on freqs. 136-174mhz, but when received it was locked at 144-148mhz and i had to unlock it using a freq. limit software. Just 2 small issues but they are issues non the less,but it wont stop me from enjoying this great radio.

  3. Radio is great - manual is worthless trash review by Soylentdeli on 12/6/2016
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    Radio is great - manual is worthless trash

  4. CTCSS/DCS Scann Option Dificult To Set review by rojeda251 on 11/4/2015
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    I use this radio for an amateur band and for my work also, this way I don't have to carry two radios. This radio have a bunch of features that others don't have, including cross-band repeater, 800Mhz reception and Air band reception that I use here in my area to monitor communications between tower and planes. The only that disappointing me are that the CTCSS/DCS scanning are difficult to set, the radio housing are plastic feels sheep like the two antennas included.

  5. FM Good, AM useless. review by MikeyMoMo on 8/29/2015
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    I was so happy to read the specs on the 9D. It seemed like just what I wanted. Lots of channels, AM Air band, FM and all the features I wanted except cross band. And a low price. I got one, the AM Air band reception was non-existent. That's a lot of why I wanted this model. I exchanged it for another. Squelch opened but no audio. Back it went. I wish the radio had worked. Two in a row did not. I had all the FM band coverage I needed with several other HTs in-house. Note: The customer support at BuyTwoRadios was EXCELLENT - the best I have come across in a long time! They did all they could to help but the radio was not up to the specs and I sent the second one back, too.

  6. OHHHH so close... review by W8JVF on 6/23/2015
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    Wouxun has a winner here! BUT it's not quite perfect. I purchased this radio during the pre-sale, and was very satisfied with it. But after using the KG-UV8D for almost a year, my expectations were just a little too high. First of all, I have to say I LOVE my KG-UV8D and all the things I would change about it, I find in the KG-UV9D, but they left a couple of things out. First of all, let's start with what I don't like about this radio because it is a VERY short list. Let me preface this by saying I use this radio to rag chew every morning (well... almost every morning) and it gets a real work out. I've also used it hiking and for public service events. OK... Now the bad. Screen doesn't turn all the way off. Yep, I'm weird like that. I found the if I set the screen to off in the 8D, my battery life goes through the ROOF! I can't do that with the 9D and it does impact the battery. When I want to see what's happening on the screen, I usually just hit the "EXIT" button and don't bother with taking up a programmable button on the side for backlight. No extra or extended batteries available (but I understand that extra standard batteries will be available soon) or a nice leather case. Last ding, no crossband repeat. It's a nice feature on the 8D that I really like, and sort of miss it on the 9D. Lastly, even though it has 240MHz coverage, it still doesn't receive the 1.25M ham band. (OHHHH so close...) OK... Now the good things. Change channel settings "on the fly". Yep this is a big one. You program in a channel, but then when you're actually using the radio you find that 90% of the time you only need 2 Watts and not 5, just change that setting for that channel, and it's done. Cycling power or channels doesn't revert back to the old settings. This also includes things like CTCSS/DCS, offset, and even channel name. Solid Audio. Both transmit and receive. When Wouxun started shipping the UV8D's with the 1.05 firmware it was darn near perfect. The microphone in the 9D is sensitive but not overly so and the speaker is nice and loud for us hard of hearing folks. Solid signal. Transmit and receive are pretty good, and I love the ability to have true dual receive. So when I said that the improvements I would have liked to have seen in the 8D are now in the 9D? Yeah... they are ALL there. Medium power. This is by far the best improvement in my opinion. I love having a 2 Watt setting. 1 Watt isn't quite enough sometimes, 5 Watts is more than needed, but 2 Watts seems to be "just right" for a lot of radio work and saves on your battery. Wide Band Receive. Even receives AM for those that like listening to air traffic. Visual Programming indicator. When writing or reading to the radio from the computer, the radio has visual indicators to tell you it's "talking" to the computer. Would have been a nice feature on the 8D, but it's in the 9D. Size matters. The 9D is a little slimmer and longer than the 8D. This make the radio a little more comfy in the hand. Programmable FM stations. Sometimes it's nice to have an FM radio available to listen to music or news. Having the ability to pre-program those channels is a God-send. You can even program these channels through the front pannel. Easy "talkaround" function. One button press and hold, and you're now talking around the repeater. Very nice feature. Backlight level control. Yep, another battery saving feature. Now you can dim that large beautiful screen to fit your environment. Auto Power Off. Set the time, and if you leave the radio on by mistake your battery won't totally drain. Various lock options. You can set the lock to engage on the keypad, keypad and rotary knob, keypad and PTT, or all three at the same time. Good Tactile side buttons. No need to actually "look" at the radio to make sure I'm pushing the right button. All the buttons on the side have a distinct tactile feel to them. And lastly, easy to use front panel buttons. The keypad on this radio is a little larger and the buttons are a little desire to press than the 8D. Overall, the size, weight, and layout of this radio is SPOT on. it's just a nice radio to have in your hand. Overall after using this radio for a month, it's a clear winner. It's just not "perfect" yet. Would I recommend this radio to a fellow ham? Absolutely. In fact, I already have. Just a little side note. The smaller antenna that is available with this radio is on par with the original UV5R antenna. In fact, I find a stubby Nagoya is actually just as effecctive as the shorty that comes with this radio. Again, a great little radio. 73 James W8JVF

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