Modern Era FM Handheld Portables

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is a MBITR (Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio);

Built since 2000, it is the smallest handy portable on the market.

Using mobile- or fixed-station-adapters, an output of 20 or 50 Watts can be rached. The universal frequency grid works together with all modern and older radio generations.

An exact description would be too comprehensive.
Besides, I do not want to violate any copyrights.
Please use the numerous publications in the net.

Because of the hight price, I will never have an original radio in my collection. The pictures come from a fullscale PMR- replica that can be bought even in European frequency grid.

Frequency range:
30 .. 512 MHz


Technical data: (extracts):
HF- output:
100 mW .. 5 W
Programmable channels:
AM, FM, Sincgars single channel, FH, PSK
Frequemcy grid:
5 and 6.25 kHz
Data transmission:
Synchronous 8 and 16 kb/sec
Asynchronous up to 4800 baud
2 Antennas:
30 .. 90 MHz
30 .. 512 MHz
Maritime Version 20 m
Normal version 2 m
Measurements without antenna:
214 x 67 x 39 mm