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TYT TH-9800 TH9800 Quad Band FM 29 / 50 / 144 / 430MHZ Mobile Amateur Ham Radio

TH-9800

TYT

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Whenever I want another TYT TH-9800 TH9800 Quad Band FM 29 / 50 / 144 / 430MHZ Mobile Amateur Ham Radio, but I know the XYL will question where it came from, I just make sure its the same colour as the last. I then say that's the same one from a year ago. Works every time :)

 Why settle for a dual band when you can have 4 times the fun with a Quad Band? Chase distant DX on the 10M and 6M bands, and enjoy local QSOs on the 2M and 440 bands. With all the features you expect on a ham radio such as frequency offsets and CTCSS tones for accessing repeaters, to more advanced operations like setting up a cross band repeater, the TYT TH-9800 is a great radio for a beginner or seasoned amateur. 

 

Item Number TH-9800
General
Frequency Range 10M 6M 2M 70CM Ham Band Only
Channel Capacity 809 Channels
Channel Spacing 2.5 / 5 / 6.25 / 10 / 12.5 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 50 kHz
Modes of emission F3 (FM)
Antenna Impedance 50 Ohms,unbalanced (Antenna Duplexer built-in)
Frequency Stability ±5PPM@-140℉~+140℉(-10℃~+60℃)
Operating Voltage -4℉~+140℉(-20℃~+60℃)
Operating Temperature Range 13.8VDC (±15%),Negative ground
Current Consumption(Approx) RX:0.5A(Squelched)
TX: 8.0A (50/430MHZ) 8.5A (29/144MHZ)
Case size(W×H×D) 140*41.5*168 mm (w/o knobs & connectors)
Weight 1.2kg
Transmitter
RF Output Power (Approx)

50 / 20 / 10 / 5W (29 / 50 / 144MHZ)

40 / 20 / 10 / 5W (430MHZ)

Modulation Type Variable Reactance
Maximum Deviation Better than -60dB (29 MHZ: Better than -50dB)
Modulation Distortion Less than 3%
Microphone Impedance 2kΩ
Receiver
Circuit Type Double-conversion super-heterodyne
Intermediate Frequency 49.95MHz / 450KHz (left band)
38.85MHz / 450KHz (right band)
Sensitivity (for 12dB SINAD) Better than 0.2μV
Squelch Sensitivity Better than 0.16μV
Selectivity(-6dB/-60dB) 12KHz / 30 KHz
Maximum AF output 2W@8Ω for 5% THD
AF output Impedance 4-16Ω

 

 

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