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Ailunce HD1 DMR Dual Band Handheld Radio Review

In previous videos we looked at the Retevis RT82 and the RT3S DMR handheld radios. Both are great handhelds serving particular price points and market niches. But the Ailunce HD1 is a little different. As the flagship of the Retevis line, the HD1is much less a commercial style radio destined for the amateur market, but […]

Retevis RT45 FRS Family Radio Service Handheld Radio

I’ve done plenty of reviews on amateur radio gear, but sometimes there are times when you will want to use an unlicensed radio service. If other people in your group are unlicensed or you are looking for a more casual operating environment, the FRS or Family Radio Service may be just the thing for your […]

Your Questions Answered and a Channel Update, August 2018

Up next, I answer your NVIS questions and stick around for the end for a special offer and update. Thanks for watching my previous video on the TC Teardrop camper tour. I know it’s not amateur radio related, but the little camper has been a backdrop for a couple of videos now and it has […]

Retevis RT3S Dual Band DMR Handheld Transceiver Review

The Retevis RT3S DMR dual band handheld radio is an update to their popular and long running RT3S DMR handheld. The RT3S has some new features, most notably, the RT3S is now a dual band handheld. The RT3 was just a single band model. In full disclosure, the people at Retevis did provide to me […]

How to Build Your Own DMR Digital Radio Code Plug

A DMR radio isn’t any good if it doesn’t have any frequencies or channels programmed into it. Programming your first DMR radio might feel a little bit daunting. It’s certainly different than programming an analog radio. So in part 2 in my series on DMR, we’re going to walk through the process of programming, or […]

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