Found 20th JanEdited by:"SOUTHWALES"
PLEASE NOTE, unless using as a scanner a licence is required, I have set mine with the pmr 466 licence free 16 channels, I keep one in the car and one at home, although not legal to talk on these channels as these radios are little overpowered for the licence free pmr band, I would use them in an emergency situation, especially a national emergency if all other communication had failed, either to talk back to home or outsiders to get more information. But even better would be to get licenced.
- Frequency range: 136 - 174 MHz. Dual-band display, dual-frequency display, double standby.
- Output power: 4 / 1 Watt(s). 128 Channels, 50 CTCSS and 104 CDCSS. Built-in VOX function. 1750 Hz tone burst.
- FM radio (65 MHz - 108 MHz). LED flashlight. Large LCD display. Can switch between high / low RF power. Can switch between 25 KHz / 12.5 KHz.
- Emergency alert. Low battery alert. Battery saver. Time-out timer. Keylock. Monitor channel. Channel step: 2.5 / 5 / 6,25 / 10 / 12.5 / 25 kHz. Roger set.