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Puxing PX-888K Dual Band Two way radio
Puxing PX-888K Dual Band Two way radio

Puxing PX-888K Dual Band Two way radio

SKU: PX-888K

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Product Description
DTMF: Select Call Group Call Broadcast Call
CTCSS/DCS can be random programmed with CTCSS/DCS scan
5 tone selcall(ZVEI,CCIR,EEA,EIA,Etc)
Working frequency:U/V dual band
128 groups of memory channels
VHF 5W/UHF 4 W output power
TX Stun or RX Stun function
DTMF Encode and Decode
1750hz repeater tone
Voice annunciation
8 scramblers option
Roger tone 1-10
Built-in FM radio
5 tone signal Scrambler
MSK ANI

Standard Accessories

    1 x PUXING PX-888K Dual Band Radio (VHF 136-174Mhz / UHF 400-470Mhz)
    1 x 7.2v 1200mah Li-ion Battery Pack
    1 x Antenna
    1 x Belt Clip
    1 x ENG Manual
    1 x Desktop Charger

Frequency Range

Dual band VHF:136-174MHz & UHF:400-470MHz

Channel Capacity

128 channels

Channel Spacing

25KHz(Wide Band) 20KHz(Middle Band) 12.5KHz(Narrow band)

Phase-locked Step

5KHz,6.25KHz

Operating Voltage

7.4 V DC

Battery Life

More than 12 Hours (1200mAh),

Frequency Stability

±2.5ppm

Operating Temperature

-20°C +55°C

Size

100mm×55mm×32mm (not including antenna)

Weight

220g (with battery, antenna)

Receiver (ETSI EN 300 086 standard testing )

RF Sensitivity

》0.2 μV @12dB SINAD

Audio distortion

≤5%

Audio Response

+2 dB ~-10 dB

Adjacent Channel Selectivity

≥60dB

Intermodulation Rejection

≥65 dB

Spurious Response

≥70dB

Blocking

≥80dB

Transmitter (ETSI EN 300 086 standard testing )

Frequency Stability

±2.5ppm

Output Power

VHF5W/UHF4W

Modulation Limiting

《5KHz/ 2.5KHz

Audio Distortion

≤5 %

Audio Response

+3 dB~-3dB

Adjacent Channel Power

≥70dB/60dB

Spurious Radiation

≤7.5uW

Occupied Bandwidth

≤16KHz

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