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The TYT MD-2017 DMR Dual Band VHF/UHF Handheld Transceiver uses the latest TDMA - Time Division Multi Access Technology. It also operates in Traditional Analog FM Modes with 12.5 or 25 kHz Channel Operation. VHF Operation is from 136-174 MHz and UHF Coverage is 400-480 MHz. The radio features a Large Color Display, VOX, Text Messaging, LED Status, 3,000 memories, 10,000 contacts, CTCSS/DCS, Battery Meter, Low Battery Alert.
The TYT MD-2017 is compatible with Tier I & II MOTOTRBO™. The Firmware is also Upgradable to accommodate for future enhancements and upgrades. RF Power settings let you select either 1 or 5 Watts of transmit power. 1 Watt setting greatly extends your operating time.
The ANAN-7000DLE has NOT been formally been released by Apache Labs for sale in the United States.
HRO has been notified that their anticipated ship date will be October/November 2017.
ANAN-7000DLE reservation customers will receive Pre-Order Special pricing of $2,995.00 (Regular Price 3,395.95) when reservations are converted to a
As always your reservation can be cancelled at any time and used for any purchase at HRO.
The ANAN-7000DLE HF & 6M 100W SDR Transceiver offers top of the line performance is a compact rugged package, it is based on the work of the
The radio uses the Orion MKII and has an entirely redesigned transmit chain keeping in mind PureSignal (Predistortion), the result is astounding IMD performance, typical IMD on 20M (with PureSignal enabled) is -62dB or -68dB below PEP output.
The receiver includes two phase synchronous front ends to enable Diversity reception, receiver RMDR is class leading (116dB @ 2Khz offset).
The new PA board incorporates the following updates over the previous generation:
1. PA Gain redistribution for better IMD
2. Thermally compensated Bias
3. Current/Voltage/Temp Sensors
4. Temp controlled internal and option for external FAN
5. Independent BPFs and 6M LNAs for each ADC, option to ground ADC2 on Tx
6. Several other minor tweaks
• Architecture: Direct Sampling DDC/DUC Transceiver
• Interface: Ethernet
• Phase Noise (Clock): -149dB @ 10Khz
• TCXO Stability (Typical): /- .1 PPM
• Modes: CW, SSB, NFM, AM, Digital
• Antenna Ports: Three BNC 50 ohms Software Configurable Ports, Three BNC ADC1 Bypass and Loop in ports, One BNC for RX2
• Frequency Resolution: 1 Hz
• 13.8v DC @ 25A, 3A Receive/25A Transmit
• 5Kg (approx. Weight)
• Dimensions: 276MM (L) x 79MM (H) x 265MM (W) (Not including extrusions)
• Rugged Aluminum Extrusion with Temperature controlled internal/External (Optional) Fan.
• Receiver Architecture: Direct Down Conversion
• Dual 16 bit Phase Synchronous ADCs
• Independent filter banks for each ADC
• 6M LNAs
• Frequency Coverage: 9Khz to 60Mhz
• Attenuator: 1-30dB step attenuator
• Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range (RMDR): 116dB @ 2Khz offset
• Receiver Phase noise: -149dB @ 10Khz
• Image rejection: 90dB
• Hardware support for 7 independent receivers assignable to either ADC
• Transmitter Architecture: Direct Up Conversion
• DAC Resolution: 16 bit
• RF Output Power: 100W SSB, CW, FM, RTTY, Digital; 1-30W AM
• IMD: IMD3 typically -68dB below PEP @ 100W output on 20M
• Harmonics: Typically better than -43dBc on HF and -60dBc on 6M
• Carrier and Opposite Sideband Suppression: Better than -80dBc
• Transverter IF Output: 0db to 15dB
• RCA Line In, Line Out, PTT in, PTT Out
• DB9 Seven Software Configurable Open Collector Outputs
• SMA XVTR, 10Mhz Reference Input
• 3.25mm Barrel Mic, CW Key, Headphones and two 6.25mm Speaker Outputs
• RJ45 Ethernet LAN Connector
HRO is pleased to announce the introduction of Yaesu's new C4FM/FM V/UHF Dual Band 5W Handheld Transceiver - FT-70DR. The new FT-70DR is the compact and very attractively priced YAESU System Fusion transceiver; both the conventional FM operation and the advanced C4FM Digital mode are available.
The FT-70DR provides up to 5W of reliable RF power, and its large Front Speaker delivers 700mW Loud Audio Output. C4FM has better BER (Bit Error Rate) characteristics than other digital modulations, and thanks to it, the audio quality is exceptional.
The new digital FT-70DR naturally utilizes the Automatic Mode Select (AMS) function. AMS detects the operating mode of the received signal as C4FM digital or FM analog, and automatically and instantly switches the receiver to the appropriate mode. Users do not need to manually change between modes.
Multi-Colored LED Mode-Indicator equipped on its front case also assists an operator to enables hassle-free operation with AMS. This indicator clearly and visibly shows the transmit/ receive mode by changing its color, and the operating mode of the transceiver is easily recognized at a glance.
One of other distinguishing features of the FT-70DR is Digital Group Monitor (GM) with DG-ID and DP-ID. DG-ID (Digital Group Identification) and DP-ID (Digital Personal Identification) are the useful features newly included in the FT-70DR, to simplify the GM operation. Very simply, the transceivers selecting the same DG-ID or DP-ID can communicate but not others. Between 00 and 99 DG-ID and DP-ID are selectable, and users can enjoy group communication with friends in GM mode according to their operation needs.
Other included standard features and functions are; IP54 Rating (Dust/ Water Protection) construction, wide band receive coverage of 108 - 579.995MHz, Versatile Scanning Capabilities such as Programmable VFO Scan, Memory Scan, and Priority Channel Scan, External DC Jack for DC Supply Operation and Battery Charge, Mini USB port for convenient memory management and software updates, CTCSS/ DCS Operation, Automatic Power Off (AFO) feature, RF Squelch, Transmitter Time Out Timer (TOT) and Busy Channel Lock-Out (BCLO).
The new M-100 Microphone features a hybrid design - integrating high-quality Condenser and Dynamic elements.
The Condenser Microphone Element produces greater overall frequency response - with clear and crisp audio characteristics - while the Dynamic Microphone Element delivers enhanced low and mid-range frequency response. A set of one-touch buttons on the microphone base enable the two microphone elements to be used independently or in combinations to create the most favorable sound quality for each person's unique voice characteristics.
Built-in Low-Cut (cut-off at 340Hz, -6dB/octave) and High-Cut (cut-off at 2kHz, -6dB/octave) controls shape the low/ high frequency responses enabling changes to be made in the transmitted audio characteristics, according to user's preference and operating conditions.
The supplied TBC (Treble Boost Cowling) further enhances the voice response attributes in the important 1,000 - 1,500 Hz range, in order to develop a penetrating signal with a condensed and specific texture.
The PTT key actuates three Air-Cylinder Tubes, which afford a smooth and comfortable keystroke - free of a hard "click". The incorporation of a magnetic switch ensures long-life and stable operation.
The highly visible ON AIR LED Indicator clearly informs the user when the PTT circuit is active.
The supplied microphone cable can be used to provide power to the M-100 simply by connecting with compatible YAESU HF transceivers*. Current YAESU HF radio owners can immediately start using this new microphone as an exciting and valuable addition to their current ham radio operation. Whether it's for wider-range audio with more presence or focused energy to cut through the pile-ups, the M-100 is an exceptional station asset.
Since the introduction of D-STAR in 2001, Icom has been committed to improving and advancing the D-STAR experience. The ID-4100A and it’s advance technology does just that! The upgraded user interface and new enhancements provide a product other digital voice modes cannot match!
|50W, 15W, 5W (Hi, Mid, Low)|
|Dual conversion superhetrodyne|
The ID-4100A’s full dot-matrix display gives the user the ability to see a lot of information on the screen. For example, Repeater list or GPS position information are clearly arranged and easy to read.
Users can pick between white, green, amber or blue as the backlight color. The backlight night time setting function, allows you to automatically change the display backlight brightness when the designated time comes.
The DV/FM near repeater search function assists you in accessing nearby repeaters, even in areas you visit for the first time. The function searches for nearby repeaters using the repeater memories with the GPS position information. To use the near repeater search function, the position data of the repeater is required. The ID-4100A will ship with the D-STAR repeater memories preprogrammed, but the position data of some D-STAR repeaters may not be entered or exact.
The integrated GPS receiver shows your own position, course, speed and altitude on the display and can be used for exchanging position reports, D-PRS and searching for nearby repeaters.
Add a microSD* card to store various information including voice memory, TX voice message, QSO log, RX history log, and GPS log data. Memory channels and other settings can be saved and loaded into the transceiver.
* MicroSD card is sold separately.
Install the UT-137 Bluetooth® board and download the RS-MS1I (for iOS™ devices) or RS-MS1A (for Android™ devices) to enable you to wirelessly connect to the ID-4100A and remotely set the DR functions, link with a map application, and send/receive messages over the DV mode. In addition, pictures taken by a smart device can be transmitted via the DV Fast Data mode or DV mode.
|RS-MS1A||Android™ 4.0 or later||Remote control operation||UT-137|
|RS-MS1I||iOS™ 8.0.1 or later||Remote control operation||UT-137|
|RS-MS3A||Android™ 4.0 or later||Terminal/Access Point mode||OPC-2350LU|
|RS-MS3W||Windows® 7 or later||Terminal/Access Point mode||OPC-2350LU|
|CS-4100||Windows® 7 or later||Programming||
The M-1 Reference Microphone is the ultimate, high-quality, innovative desktop microphone, dedicated to the most discriminating Ham Radio Operators. It features combined Condenser and Dynamic microphone elements.
The Condenser Microphone Element produces greater frequency response and clear, crisp audio characteristics perfect for being heard on crowd bands and in big DX pile-ups, while the Dynamic Microphone Element delivers the rich low-mid tonalities, favored for local QSOs. The response of each microphone element may be adjusted independently using the internal Nine (9) Band Graphic Equalizer. Each element has a separate volume control for independent adjustment of output levels. The output of each microphone may be selected separately, or they may be combined to produce the most pleasant tonality.
Both the Condenser Element and Dynamic Element in the M-1 utilize the Nine (9) Band Graphic Equalizer (63Hz, 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz, 2kHz, 4kHz, 8kHz, 16kHz). Each element’s frequency response is independently adjustable. Two (2) frequency response memories and a “through” mode are provided for each element, and are easily switchable by one-touch buttons on the microphone base.
The supplied TBC (Treble Boost Cowling) enhances the voice response around the important 1 – 1.5kHz range. Attaching the cowling creates a condensed unique tonal texture that is pleasing for many.
The PTT key uses three Air-Cylinder Tubes which afford a smooth and comfortable long keystone. The contactless magnetic switch ensures long-life and stable operation.
Other included features are; Recording and playback capability (20 seconds), to confirm the audio tonality; Large red TX LED Indicator; Large Graphic Equalizer and Frequency Response Scope LCD Display with anti-reflective coating; Headphone jack; Touch PTT keylock; Built-in low-cut filter to shape the low frequency response; Cannon-type (XLR) output plug connector; and Audio output volume control for headphones. Two screwdrivers are included to precisely adjust the graphic equalizer and microphone gains.