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TYT TH-UVF9 VHF/220 Dual Band Amateur Ham Radio

TYT TH-UVF9 VHF/220 Dual Band Amateur Ham Radio

TYT

  • $99.99 CAD


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The TYT TH-UVF9 is a mid size radio offering the best compromise between size and power. This Amateur compliant HT transceiver uses the popular Kenwood style speaker mic connector for accessories and programming. The included 1600 mAh li-ion battery will treat users to exceptional run times, and the full 5W RF output power will ensure your signal is heard.
 
When compared to the competitors UV-5R offering this radio comes with a far more efficient stock antenna, includes a 12V charger for vehicle use, and will be sold Industry Canada amateur compliant.
 
Another great reason is local warranty service available!
UNLIKE OTHER RADIO DEALERS, FLEETWOOD DIGITAL
WILL RESOLVE YOUR WARRANTY CLAIM FOR YOU,
NOT MAKE YOU SEND THE RADIO BACK TO CHINA. 
Item number
TH-UVF9
General
Frequency Range
70-108MHz(FM Receive only)
                 RX: 136-174MHz | TX: 144-148Mhz                   RX: 220-260MHz | TX: 220-225Mhz
Channel No.
128*2
Frequency Stability
±2.5ppm
Antenna
High gain antenna
Antenna Impedance
50Ω
Operating Voltage
DC 7.2V
Mode of operation
Simple or semi-duplex
Dimension(W x H x D)
100 x 52 x 32 mm
Weight
250g(including battery, antenna)
Transmitter
Output power
≥5W(H)   ≥0.5W(L)
Modulation Mode
16kΦF3E / 11kΦF3E
Maximum deviation
<5kHz(Wide) / <2.5kHz(Narrow)
Spurious Radiation
<7μW
Adjacent Ch. power
≤-65dB(Wide) / ≤-60dB(Narrow)
Pre-emphasis characteristics
6dB
Current
≤1.6A(5W)
CTCSS/DCS deviation
0.5±0.1kHz(Wide) / 0.3±0.1kHz(Narrow)
Intermediation sensitivity
8-12mv
Intermediation distortion
<10%
 Receiver
RF Sensitivity
-122dbm(12db SINAD)
Audio power
≥0.5W
Audio Distortion
≤10%
Intermediation
≤-65dB(Wide) / ≤-60dB(Narrow)
Selectivity
≤-65dB(Wide) / ≤-60dB(Narrow)
Spurious Rejection
≤-65dB
Blocking
≥85dBuv/m

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