A new mono-band mobile radio popped up on the radar screen: the Lisheng UT858. I kinda like the military look. The radio spits out 50 Watts max. and comes in four flavors: 136-174 MHz, 350-390 MHz, 400-470 MHz and 450-520 MHz.
According to the listing on Alibaba.com the price will be around $150, which does not include shipping. The radio isn’t anywhere to be found on AliExpress yet, which (in most cases) means that you can’t buy one, at least not with any kind of buyer protection.
On the Alibaba page the following payment methods are mentioned: L/C (Letter of Credit), T/T (Telegraphic Transfer aka bank transfer) and Western Union. Neither of these three methods are safe, so beware.
Frequency Range 136-174 / 350-390 / 400-470 / 450-520 MHz
Channel Capacity 199 groups
Channel zones 32
Frequency Spacing 25/12.5/10/6.25/5KHz
Working Voltage 13.8V DC±15%(11.7-15.8V)
Frequency Stability ±2.5ppm
Operating Temperature Range -25°c to + 60°c
Antenna Impedance 50Ω
Dimensions (LxWxH) 185 X 56 X 170mm
Weight (approx.) 1.16kg
Transmitter(ETSI EN 300 086 standard testing)
Output power VHF: 50W/25W/10W, UHF: 45W/25W/10W
Modulation mode 16KF3E/11KF3E
Spurious Radiation 60dB
Maximum Frequency Deviation ≤±5KHz/±2.5KHz
Audio Distortion ≤5%
Adjacent Channel Power ≤-70dB/≤-60dB
Receiver (ETSI EN 300 086 Standard testing):
Receiving Sensitivity ≤0.20uV/≤0.25uV
Modulation receiver bandwidth ≥|±7KHz|/|±3.5KHz|
Adjacent Channels Selectivity ≥60dB/60dB
Spurious Response ≥60dB
Squelch Response ≥60dB
Audio Output Power 500mW
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