Was steckt in einem Ailunce HS1

Beschreibung:

Spektrum Dynamische Wasserfallanzeige
Mehrere Arbeitsmodi: Empfangsmodus, Sendemodus, TUNE-Modus, VFO-Modus, SPLIT-Modus
DSP Digital Signal Processing Noise Reduction
Automatischer Notch-Filter
Humanisierte Schnittstellen-Farbanzeige
Empfangen Sie die Feineinstellungsfunktion, den veränderbaren MIC-Verstärkungswert
Tabelle der VCC-Spannungsversorgungsspannung
Tabelle zur Übertragung der Signalstärke
Multifunktionsinstrument: SWR-Stehwellenverhältnismesser, AVD-Audiofrequenzmesser, ALC-Signalmodulationsmessgerät
Merkmal:

Betriebsmodus: SSB (J3E), CW, AM, FM, FREE-DV
Sendeleistung: Maximal 15W
Empfangsempfindlichkeit: 0,11 ~ 0,89 µV (RFC 50-20)
Mindestfrequenzstufe: 1Hz
Betriebsspannung: 9-15V DC
Antennenimpedanz: 50Ω
Frequenzstabilität: ± 1,5 PM @ Power on 5 Minuten (Standard); ± 0,5 ppm bei Verwendung von optionalem TCXO
Paketgröße: 240mm * 120mm * 80mm
Packungsgewicht: 977g
Paket beinhaltet:
1 x HS1 HF SDR-Transceiver
1 x Handmikrofon
1 x Montagehalterung
1 x Gleichstromkabel (ohne Netzstecker)
2 x Schraubenschlüssel
1 x Antennenkonverter
1 x Benutzerhandbuch

President Jackson II ASC

Produktinformationen „President Jackson II ASC“

Die Firma President weiss nicht, was sie will 🙂 .. Erst war dieses Gerät abgekündigt und wurde nicht mehr produziert, jetzt auf einmal gibt es doch wieder welche…diese Politik soll einer verstehen… aber wir freuen uns einfach drüber!

President Jackson II ASC

alle europäischen Standards : 

  • 80 Kanäle FM mit 4 W, 40 Kanäle USB/LSB mit 12 W und 40 Kanäle in AM mit 4 W Sendeleistung: Benutzung freigegeben in Deutschland, anmelde- und gebührenfrei!
  • 40 Kanäle FM und AM mit 4 W, 40 Kanäle USB/LSB mit 12 W zur Benutzung in Italien und Spanien
  • 40 Kanäle (-5 kHz) FM und AM mit 4 W zur Benutzung in Polen
  • 40 Kanäle FM mit 4 W Sendeleistung CEPT: Benutzung freigegeben in allen EU-Staaten
  • 40 Kanäle FM, USB/LSB mit 4 W und 40 Kanäle in AM mit 4 W zur Benutzung in CH, CY, DK, ES, FI, FR, GR, IE, IS, IT, LT, NL, PT, RO, SE
  • 40 Kanäle FM CEPT + 40 englische Kanäle mit 4 W zur Benutzung in UK

Bei Grenzübertritt einfach umschalten!

  • ASC Automatic Squelch Control, automatische Rauschsperre
  • Up-/Down-Mikrofon
  • SWR-Meter eingebaut
  • rückseitig beleuchtete Frontplatte
  • einstellbare Sendeleistung
  • abschaltbarer Quittungston
  • 6-polige Mikrofonbuchse
  • Buchse für externes VOX-Mikrofon (2,5 mm)
  • Buchse für externen Lautsprecher (3,5 mm)
  • robuste MOSFET Endstufe

B 185 mm x H 56 mm x T 264,5 mm, 1,5 kg 

Produktinformationen „President Richard 12+10m Band AM/FM Amateurfunkgerät“

Produktinformationen „President Richard 12+10m Band AM/FM Amateurfunkgerät“
Mit der President Richard setzt der bekannte CB-Funkgeräte Hersteller aus Frankreich seine Amateurfunkgeräteserie speziell für 10m und 12m fort.

Mit etwas Phantasie könnte man an eine „Neuauflage der alten JFK“ denken. Wobei sich auch bei diesem Modell die Frage stellt AM und FM und kein SSB? Und das für das 12m Band? Ein Schelm wer da an 11m Mods denkt… 🙂

Funktionen und Eigenschaften im Überblick

12m und 10m Band Amateurfunkgerät
AM/FM Modulation
Kanalwahlregler
Manuelle Rauschsperre und automatische Rauschsperre ASC
Ein/Aus Lautstärkeregler
RF-Regler
analoges S-Meter
PA Durchsageverstärker
Mike Gain Regler
Talkback Funktion
ANL und NB Filter (Störunterdrückung)
Menü Funktionen
Suchlauffunktion SCAN
Tastenquittungstöne
Roger Piep Funktion
VFO Funktion
USB Buchse für DC 5 Volt bis 2,1 Ampere Ausgang
SWR-Messung
Echo-Funktion
Tone
Tastatursperre
EMG Direktwahlschalter (9/19)
Sendezeitbegrenzung
Für Electret und/oder dynamische Mikrofone geeignet
Hi Cut
usw.

Rotary switch channel selector
Volume adjustment and ON/OFF
RF Power
Manual squelch and ASC
Multi-functions LCD display (Normal or Negative
Frequencies display
S-meter
Public Address
ANL filter, NB and HI-CUT
RF Gain / Mike gain
Scan
Talkback
MENU function key
Beep Function
Roger Beep
Mode switch AM/FM
Tone
VFO Mode (continuous scanning of 24.890 Mhz to 24.990 Mhz and of 28.000 Mhz to 29.700 Mhz
Vox
Echo
Mic type electret / dynamic
Key locking
SWR (Power Reading /SWR)
Preset emergency (EMG 1/2)
TOT (Time Out Timer) adjustable
Front microphone plug
External loudspeaker jack
USB 5V 2.1A

FEATURES, FUNCTIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS:

• Rotary switch channel selector
• Volume adjustment and ON/OFF
• RF Power
• Manual squelch and ASC
• Multi-functions LCD display
• Frequencies display
• S-meter
• Public Address
• ANL filter, NB and HI-CUT
• RF Gain / Mike gain
• Scan
• Talkback
• MENU function key
• Beep Function
• Roger Beep
• Mode switch AM/FM
• Tone
• VFO Mode (continuous scanning of 28.000 Mhz to 29.700 Mhz)
• Vox
• Echo
• Mic type electret / dynamic
• SWR (Power Reading /SWR)
• Preset emergency (EMG 1&2)
• TOT (Time Out Timer)
• Front microphone plug
• External loudspeaker jack
• USB 5V 2.1A

General
• Modulation modes: AM / FM
• Frequency ranges: continuous scanning of 28.000 Mhz to 29.700 Mhz
• Antenna impedance: 50 ohms
• Power supply: 13.8 V
• Size (W x D x H): 170 x 160 x 52 mm (6,69 x 6.29 x 2.05 inches)
• Weight: ± 1.1 kg (2.43 lbs)
• Accessories supplied:
…power cord with fuse
…1 mounting bracket with fixing screws
…Ultra light electret microphone with support

Transmission
Frequency allowance: +/- 300 Hz
Carrier power: 13 W AM (~50 W PEP) / 40 W FM
Transmission interference: inferior to 4 nW (- 54 dBm)
Audio response : 300 Hz to 3 KHz in AM/FM
Emitted power in the adj. channel: inferior to 20 μW
Microphone sensitivity: 3 mV
Drain: 7 A (with modulation)
Modulated signal distortion: 1.8 %

Reception
• Maxi. sensitivity at 20 dB sinad:
…0,7 μV -110 dBm (AM)
…0,35 μV -116 dBm (FM)
• Frequency response : 300 Hz to 3 kHz in AM/FM
• Adjacent channel selectivity: 60 dB
• Maximum audio power: 3 W
• Squelch sensitivity:
…Minimum 0.2 μV – 120 dBm
…Maximum 1 mV – 47 dBm
• Frequency image rejection rate: 60 dB
• Intermediate frequency rejection rate: 70 dB
• Drain: 500 mA max

PACKING INCLUDES:
1 Pc of Transceiver
1 Pc of Microphone
1 Pc of Bracket
1 Pc of Power Cable
1 Set of Mounting Materials
1 Pc of User Manual in French, English, Spanish, Polish

Review – BTech DMR-6X2

Review – BTech DMR-6X2

by John ‘Miklor’  K3NXU

In den letzten Monaten wurden mehrere Dual Band DMR-Handhelds auf den Markt gebracht. Nachdem ich die meisten von ihnen besessen hatte, musste ich diesen ganz oben auf der Liste platzieren. Der DMR-6X2 ist sowohl VHF als auch UHF, Tier II DMR Digital sowie UKW-Analog mit den meisten Funktionen, die ausschließlich auf den Gebrauch von Amateurfunk ausgerichtet sind.

Important Note:  The BTech DMR-6X2 is Not made by Baofeng. (see note below).  That being said, let’s see what’s…

In the Box
Included with the radio are the:
–  Two (2)  Li-Ion Batteries   (2100 and 3100 mAh)
–  Two (2)  Belt clips
–  Hand Strap
–  37 page User Guide – English
–  Charger base & AC adapter
–  Antenna – 6.25″ (16cm)
–  Programming Cable
–  Earphone / Microphone

General Description
–   DMR / FM
–   VHF / UHF Dual Band
–   Size:  5.1 x 2.4 x 1.5″   (129 x 61 x 39mm)
–   Weight:    9.9oz   (282g)  w/ant & 2100 mAh battery
–   Weight:   10.8oz  (306g)  w/ant & 3100 mAh battery
–   136-174   400-480 MHz
–   CTCSS/DCS  DTMF/2TONE/5TONE
–   Digital Simplex Repeater
–   <1.0w / 6.0w transmit
–   4000 channel
–   250 Zones (up to 250 channels per zone)
–   10,000 contacts
–   150,000 DMR Database Contacts
–   Part 90 compliant – 2AGND-DMR6X2
–   N0GSG Contact Manager Compatible

Basic Description  (additional features)

Das Herzstück des 6X2 ist der bewährte Anytone D868. Unter Vertrag mit Anytone hatte BTech einige zusätzliche Funktionen, die exklusiv zum 6X2 hinzugefügt wurden.

Some of the additional features exclusive to the 6X2 include:
–  Multiple Scan Groups
–  Priority Scan
–  Change TG via Keypad (Adhoc) with Unlimited Hold Timer
–  Display Color Options
–  Digital Simplex Repeater
–  Analog Squelch Level Adjustment
–  Start Up Code Plug Compatibility
–  Display Hold

– Multiple Scan Groups in Same Channel
Mit dem 6X2 können mehrere Scanlisten pro Kanal eingegeben werden. Sie sind nicht mehr auf einen Scan-Gruppeneintrag pro Kanal beschränkt. Die Scan-Gruppen können DMR- oder analoge Kanäle enthalten und mischen.

– Priority Scan
When developing a scan list, up to 2 channels can be assigned as priority. This allows the priority channels to be interwoven in the scan list. As an example:
–  Channel 1
–  Priority Channel 1
–  Channel 2
–  Priority Channel 1
–  Channel 3
–  Priority Channel 1

– Change Group via Keypad (“Unlimited” hold timer)
This is specially nice when using a hot spot. By setting a key function to “Dial” or “Long Press 0”, and the Group Call Hold time to “Unlimited”, you can enter a Talk Group using the number pad and it will remain permanently or until the channel is changed. No longer is the hold time set in seconds or minutes.

– Display Color Options
There are two display color options available. They are White on Black background, and Black on a Powder Blue background. (shown below). They are selectable by either software or keypad menu.

– Analog Squelch Level Adjust
The analog squelch level can now be adjusted using one of the programmable keys.

– Start up Code Plug
To assist with start up, the software was written to initially accept an Anytone D868 code plug.  I’ve had a 868 since they first came out, and this was a huge time saver. Everything transferred and I was ready to play radio in minutes.
Note: Due to the extra features in the code plug, a 6X2 CP cannot be transferred back to a D868.

– Digital Simplex Repeater
Not to be confused with a standard repeater, this feature allows the DMR-6X2 to function as a Store and Forward Simplex Repeater. The 6X2 records a transmission and stores it in memory. Immediately after the incoming signal is dropped, the transmitter keys and re-transmits the recorded audio. The re-transmission can be either on the same or different frequency (not necessarily on the same band).

This feature allows the 6X2 to be used as a relay point during events such as marathons, races, etc. where a central relay method is needed and there is no local repeater.

– Display Hold
When a signal is received, the data image (name, call, location, etc) remains on the screen until the next signal is received rather than drop back to a standby screen. There is a Call End indicator at the bottom, but the data remains.

The Technical Side of the 6X2


The 
Transmitter

The frequency range of the DMR-6X2 is both VHF 136-174 and UHF 400-480 MHz. Along with DMR, the radio also supports analog FM (Wideband and Narrowband)

The power levels hold pretty close to the specifications. There are four power levels with a high of 5.0W and a Turbo mode of 6.5W. I personally run mine in 5W mode. Turbo isn’t going to Make or Break the signal, but it helps the battery.

What I do like is the low power mode is less than 1W. I run a hotspot here and if the power was only 0.3W I would be happy.

My audio reports have been excellent both through a DMR hotspot and the local repeaters. There is a five level microphone gain parameter that allows you to select the microphone gain level that best suited for your voice. I use level 3 (mid-level) for a full smooth audio response. I tried level 5 and found the audio was way too hot.

Power levels are listed below and were taken using a calibrated Bird Termaline wattmeter.

Enclosure
The DMR-6X2 case has a good solid feel and weight, and fits the hand well.  It weighs in at  9.9oz   (282g) with the standard battery attached and 10.8oz (306g) with the high capacity battery. Battery removal requires a simple push of the release slide located at the top of the battery. No battery sliding or pushing is required.

I found the keypad buttons a bit larger than most with a lighted keypad layout of three across and four down. This puts the zero (0) at the bottom of the keypad where I believe it belongs. The PTT button requires only a light pressure that doesn’t tire the finger to press.


Antenna
The included dual band antenna is 6.25″ which is a fairly common size for a handheld. I found that there was a slight improvement of about 2db by using an NA-771.  The 771 is 10″ longer, so a difference would be expected, but I’ll probably stay with the stock antenna.



Receiver and Audio
The receiver sensitivity is very good on both digital and analog. I found the receive audio is amazing with wide and smooth frequency range.

The volume control range is adjustable with the software. Level 1 sets the full range of the volume control to a soft level, even at full volume. Level 8 sets the volume range to very loud at the top end. My preference is level 3 to 5 which is plenty loud, even for mobile operation.

Display
The radio has a two multi-color display options. The high contrast White on Black, and the softer is a Powder Blue with multi-color icons. The color is selectable via software or as a keypad menu option. The screen size is 1.1″ x 1.4″ with excellent resolution .

There are multiple sites where the current DMR User Database can be downloaded. There are various formats available allowing you to view name, call, location, user ID, license class, etc.

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Software
Along with entering data in the conventional manner, the software allows you to import and export data to ‘csv’ files. Loading in a contact (TG) list, channel list, database, etc. is relatively simple.

I found being able to export to a ‘csv’ file has several advantages. I like having my channel list in sequence. With most software, you can only add new channels to the bottom of the list. Now I can sequence the list so it’s easy to view then load it back into the code plug.

Adding a new repeater can be done in minutes. I just cut and paste a copy of an existing repeater, change the frequencies, and load it back.

Note: The BTECH 6X2 can import a code plug (.rdt) from an Anytone D868UV directly. This is a great way to get your 6X2 on the air. Once loaded, however, due to the expanded parameters, the D868 is not capable of reading a 6X2 code plug.


CSV transfer Caution
Adding large amounts of data, updating and re-sequencing via CSV files is a major plus, but should always be done with Caution. For instance, Talk Group data must always be loaded before or at the same time as the Channel data. If not, improper data attachment may not occur.

Always backup your current code plug before modification.

Firmware
As additional features and future enhancements are developed, the radio can be updated to latest model. A firmware upgrades can be done with a Windows computer in about 5 minutes.

Note: The DMR-6X2 firmware is specific to this radio. It cannot be uploaded to a different model in hopes of adding new features.

Programming Cable
The DMR-6X2 comes with the necessary programming cable. The UART chip inside the radio, so the cable itself is straight through. There is no circuitry inside the cable itself. The driver will load automatically when the cable is attached.

For reference, although the cable appears to be the same as some that have the chip in the cable, those cables are not compatible.

 

The charger base requires a standard 12vdc wall wart (included). The LED on the front of the charger base is Red when charging, and Green when either fully charged or no radio in the cradle. The battery easily charges to full capacity with an overnight charge.

Battery and Charger
There are two batteries included with the 6X2, a 2100mAh and a high capacity 3100mAh. With battery save on, I can get 2 to 3 days out of the 3100mAh battery before needing a charge.

There are also USB charging cables available with output of 12V. These can also be used in place of the included Wall Wart.

Conclusion
If you think the BTECH DMR-6X2 very closely resembles a D868UV, you are correct, but as shown above, it is definitely not simply a rebadged Anytone. There are features and enhancements that set these two radios apart. I think BTECH was wise to wait for the bugs to be ironed out before introducing the 6X2 to the market.

If you’re waiting for this radio to drop in price, don’t hold your breath. Its features and performance make it well worth the price.

The obvious pros are the following:

–  True Tier II DMR
–  Same Band and Cross Band digital simplex repeater
–  Dual Band VHF/UHF operation
–  Multiple Scan Groups per Channel
–  Priority Scan
–  On the Fly Talk Group Entry
–  Built-in Voice Recorder
–  2TONE and  5TONE decoding
–  150K user database capacity
–  FCC Part 90 certified for commercial use
–  N0GSG Contact Manager Compatible

There are plenty of options geared more for hams than commercial use. It performs well and makes a nice addition to the ham shack.

Available from:    and    Amazon


For Clarification
BTech (BaofengTech) is not a division of Baofeng. They are an ODM that partners with OEM manufacturers to spec and build to their own requirements, whether from scratch (UV-5X3) or from an existing product. This 6X2 is an Anytone at heart with additional unique features found only in that model.

 

 

 

Here’s a comparison chart showing the major differences.
Click to enlarge.

Hytera RCC07 separation kit

Von Thomas, DG8FBV,  erhielt ich die folgende Nachricht: Ich habe das Trennungsset RCC07 für den Hytera MD785GH installiert. Im Anhang finden Sie einige Bilder dieses Kits. Wenn Sie es für Ihre Seite als nützlich erachten und Ihrer Meinung nach für Ihre Leser interessant sein könnten, können Sie es verwenden und veröffentlichen.

 

 
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BAOOJIE BJ218 – sehr kleines FM 2m / 70cm Mobile Gerät aus China

Das BAOjIE BJ218 ist exctrem klein und wird mit einem Mikrofon mit Tasten geliefert. Ich habe es für 50€ ohne Mehrwertsteuer aus China bestellt. Es hat alle Möglichkeiten die man so in Handfunkgeräten kennt die auch in China gefertigt werden. Die Programierung ist nicht leicht , aber es gibt nun eine Software und natürlich wieder ein neues Programierkabel. Das habe ich erst Gestern entdeckt und bestellt. Es funktionier gank ok. Mir fällt allerdingr auf das es ein leichtes Grundrauschen hat. Es ist nicht der Ventilator. Es kommt aus dem Lautsprecher. 

Das Programiekabel habe ich hier entdeckt http://www.ebay.de/itm/BAOJIE-BJ218-Mini-Mobile-Radio-Baojie-USB-Kabel-BJ-218-Programmierung-/272787438942?clk_rvr_id=1341057238524&rmvSB=true

Hier einige Seiten https://baojie.en.alibaba.com

https://www.banggood.com/de/BaoJie-BJ-218-25W-Mobile-Radio-VHF-UHF-136-174-400-470MHz-Ham-Radio-Car-Walkie-Talkie-Long-Range-p-1141667.html

Auch der Chinesischen Seite gibt es Software für das BJ218

http://www.qzbaojie.com/en/page-1961.html

 

25 Watt  !!! bei Dauerfunk kann es da schon etwas warm werden 

 

Mein Funksystem – DMR

Heute erwarte ich mein zweites digitale Funkgerät.

Ursula bekommt dann mein TYT und ich das Radiodity

Gestern Abend habe ich gemerkt das ich ein neues Programmierkabel brauche.

Es kommt dann wohl morgen.

Ich bin seit einiger Zeit in DMR digital QRV.

Da ich nur mit der externen Außenantenne nur mehrere digitale DMR Relais empfangen kann habe ich mit ein DV4mini gekauft.

Es ist ein USB Stick. Mit einer Software auf dem Computer hat mein ein komplettes digitales Relais. Es setzt bei mit auf 433.400Mhz um was man Digital im Netz hört.