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The BaoFeng UV-5R is a compact hand held two-way radio providing 4 watts in the frequency range of 136-174 MHz and 400-480 MHz. It is a compact, economical handheld that includes a special VHF receive band from 65 - 108 MHz which includes the regular FM broadcast band. Dual watch and dual reception is supported.
This ultra-compact radio measures 2.25" wide and 4.5" tall.(not including antenna). It's perfect for use as a radio scanner, and monitors two channels at once (including NOAA Weather broadcasts. Amateur radio enthusiasts will be pleased to see it operates on a wide band of frequencies. Please NOTE: license may be required for broadcasting on some frequencies.
Works as radio scanner and two-way radio on VHF: 136-174 MHz & UHF 400-520MHz, while receiving FM radio and NOAA Weather
Dual Watch feature monitors two channels simultaneously
Customize Channel Names, the Boot Display and More by Using the PC03 FTDI Programming Cable (not included)
Includes:Radio, antenna, lanyard,1500mAh battery, ear piece, charging stand, belt clip,manual, and power supply
FM BROADCASTS You can listen to the FM Broadcast radio, while still monitoring your radio frequencies in the background. Any incoming call will be given priority insuring you never miss an important call while listening to the radio.
DUAL WATCH RECEIVER
The BaoFeng UV-5R has one built-in receiver but can "watch" two channels (semi duplex). Monitor two different frequencies (even on different bands (VHF/UHF)) and the radio will monitor both frequencies giving priority to the first station to receive an incoming call.
VERSATILE RADIO FOR AMATEUR USE
The BaoFeng UV-5R is legal for use on amateur frequencies. The UV-5R is able to Transmit on Narrowband (12.5kHz) and Wideband (25kHz).
GROUP TONES SUPPORTED
The BaoFeng UV-5R supports the most common Analog Tones. It supports CTCSS, DCS, and DTMF calling methods. Set-up your calling methods to call by group tones. Tone calling (private line) is required by most repeater applications and the UV-5R supports the latest standards
CUSTOMIZE YOUR OPERATION WITH CHANNELS, PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS, AND MORE!
You can program your BaoFeng UV-5R exactly how you want it. There are 128 programmable memory channels. You can add or remove channels from scanning list using the free computer software. You can give channels alphanumeric names, using a computer. The radio has 2 power levels (5 watt maximum), allowing you to choose how far you can communicate. You can set VFO limits using the CHIRP software. You can easily program from a PC to set-up the radio to operate exactly as needed.
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Recent Review: roadrunner52 - Waterford, MI - 3/1/2018 This thing is truly pocket-sized. We use these on hunting trips and depending on terrain ive transmitted up to 2 miles away on some frequencies.
This thing is truly pocket-sized. We use these on hunting trips and depending on terrain ive transmitted up to 2 miles away on some frequencies. roadrunner52 - Waterford, MI - 3/1/2018 11:48:47 AM Ive previously just used the storebought 2 packs of walkie-talkies. Wanted something with better range an flexability. I definately got it. And to anyone with that much experience, you will probably have to do some reading on which frequencies are for what.
Across the internet you will see the debate about these being able to broadcast on on frequencies that require a license. A law that I've heard has never been enforced. But I absolutely recommend finding the common frequencies for walkie talkies and programming those until you know more.
Strong. Full featured (possibly too many lol). And the Dual Band feature that lets you monitor two channels at once is priceless. AlwaysOn - Burlington, IA - 11/14/2017 4:15:06 PM Compared to two radios at big box stores, this radio encompasses them all. Typically walkie talkies use GMSR or VHF/UHF frequencies. This radios does both of those and more.
I was able to talk to my friends walkie talkies all through this model. It can be a little intimidating if youve next messed with a CB, or scanner or anything more than a basic walkie talkie. But to me it was as easy as finding a channel and holding the button to talk.
That being said. Make sure you are on the right group of channels. The other review here points the fact that some of the frequency you have access to say they are required to have a licence. NOT ALL FREQUENCIES ON HERE NEED A LICENCE.
I have worked at a golf course who uses these on legit frequencies, and I also talked to a gentleman who worked airport who said all of staff uses these.
Also for the record the FCC is not tracking down and fining anyone thousands of dollars. This seems to be a point of contention among radio enthusiasts. My advice is to do some research on bands to operate on.
I bought walkie talkies from walmart and in small print they said to register these with the FCC. I am sure that goes largely noticed and is merely a disclaimer.
All in all these are really tough, fully featured radios that all fit in a compact size. And of course, ya cant be that price.
This radio REQUIRES a license for any frequency it can transmit on. It is cumbersome to manually program and lower powered than most Amateur handhelds. Tom - AJ4XM - West Palm Beach, FL - 10/2/2017 1:41:00 PM If you get a FTDI programming cable you can use the free CHIRP programming software to set up the radio. The price on Solid Signal is great. Lower than what eBay and Amazon normally offer. But this is intended as an entry level radio for Amateurs to use with nearby repeaters, or site crews to use in the other parts of the bands where they are licensed. Most of these licenses either require passing an FCC exam or a company paying for a commercial license in their area. You will not hear police or fire since they are on much higher frequencies with more sophisticated technology. If you transmit on a frequency you are not licensed for it will generally cause interference to those who are licensed. They will locate you as the source and report you to the FCC. Fines generally run from a few thousand to as much as $25,000 per incident based on what you interfered with.
As far as the radio itself, it is reasonably well made but does not handle dropping it as well as most smart phones (or more expensive radios) and does not do well with dirt and moisture. If you just want to get your feet wet by listening to what is on these frequencies it is not a great receiver, but it is really cheap. So you will not have wasted much money if you get something better later on or give up on the idea. If you just want a radio to talk to other family members or friends on a camping trip or out riding your ATV or such, you will be much better off with radios for the FRS (Family Radio Service) which is license free and also available at great prices from Solid Signal.
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