- 1 What is the range of the Baofeng BF F8HP?
- 2 How far can a Baofeng UV 82 transmit?
- 3 Is the Baofeng illegal?
- 4 How far can a HAM radio signal travel?
- 5 Why are BaoFeng radios so cheap?
- 6 Why are Baofeng radios illegal?
- 7 Can Baofeng be used as walkie talkie?
- 8 How far will Baofeng UV 5R transmit?
- 9 What is the most powerful Baofeng radio?
- 10 Can I use a Baofeng without license?
- 11 Can Baofeng talk to CB?
- 12 Do I need a license to use a Baofeng radio?
- 13 Can ham radio be traced?
- 14 Can a ham radio pick up CB?
- 15 What two-way radio has the longest range?
What is the range of the Baofeng BF F8HP?
|This Product BaoFeng BF–F8HP||Motorola T600|
|Battery Life Test Results (hr:min)||17:40||11:00|
|Frequency Range||65-108MHz (FM Receive only) 136-174MHz and 400-520MHz (TX/RX)||462.55 to 467.71 MHz|
|Dimensions (in) Body Only||2 x 1.2 x 3.7″||2.4 x 1.5 x 4.9″|
How far can a Baofeng UV 82 transmit?
But in the best of conditions, a BaoFeng radio can transmit up to 15 miles.
Is the Baofeng illegal?
While it’s true many of the Baofengs are wide open on any frequency in the 136–174Mhz and 400–520Mhz range, and it is illegal to import, market and sell these devices, it is not illegal to own or operate these devices if you are a licensed Amateur radio operator and you are operating only on amateur radio frequencies.
How far can a HAM radio signal travel?
You can realistically get about 2-18 miles of range with a handheld Ham radio unless you have a particularly powerful base station with a large antenna, in which case your range can be hundreds of miles.
Why are BaoFeng radios so cheap?
One of the reasons the Baofeng UV-5R radios may be so inexpensive is they are not aimed at a specific Niche, therefore they save money on big advertisements and promotions like the ham radio equipment manufacturers like Yaesu Icom and kenwood. They also do not test and advance any technology.
Why are Baofeng radios illegal?
The Baofeng radios, notably the UV-5R, UV-5RA, and UV-5RE, did not comply to these rules and on March 13, 2013 the FCC Enforcement Bureau received a complaint alleging that these models were capable of transmitting on land mobile frequencies using external controls and operating at power levels above those specified by
Can Baofeng be used as walkie talkie?
You cannot use it to communicate with any standard walkie talkies, whether they use CB, FRS, GMRS, or MURS. To sum it up, it has to be MURS Part 95 certified or be grandfathered in, of which the Baofeng is neither.
How far will Baofeng UV 5R transmit?
Your Baofeng UV-5R is a transceiver: that is, both a transmitter and a receiver. With a full battery and in full power mode, it will give you a range of about 10–20 km depending on obstacles.
What is the most powerful Baofeng radio?
Baofeng BF-F8HP (UV-5R 3rd Gen) 8-Watt Dual-Band Two-Way Radio. It’s an upgraded version of our previous review. This is the most potent ham radio of these generations of radios, with a power of 8 watts (twice the power of the 2nd generation).
Can I use a Baofeng without license?
The baofengs are easy to program for FRS/GMRS frequencies. Also, it is perfectly legal to transmit on ham frequencies without a license in an emergency.
Can Baofeng talk to CB?
Nope, it can‘t. Provided you mean North/South America CB, no it is not possible. CB comes in at the 11m band (around 27MHz), versus these radios are only capable of 130-500MHz. Even if software modified and programmed, it would not be able to transmit nor receive anything.
Do I need a license to use a Baofeng radio?
Without a license, it is legal to use for receive-only. A license is needed for transmitting. Be careful. Reportedly, that radio is able to also transmit out-of-amateur-bands, for which you will not be licensed, and for which there are penalties.
Can ham radio be traced?
While enthusiasts are unlikely to trace you, another potential group that may attempt to locate a broadcast location is law enforcement. Under F.C.C. guidelines, it is possible to use HAM radios in an illegal manner, either through operating without a license or improper use of the radio.
Can a ham radio pick up CB?
While amateurs can use any equipment we choose on amateur bands CB radios must be type accepted for CB. That rule applies to everyone ham or not. A CB radio is only allowed to put out 4 watts of power where as amateur radio is allowed up to 1,500 watts (in the U.S.).
What two-way radio has the longest range?
1. Midland GXT1050VP4 Long Range Two–Way Radios
- Range up to 36 miles.
- 50 GMRS channels.
- NOAA weather alerts.