TRI AN/PRC-152 UHF VHF Radio , knock off of Harris Felcon III

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Has anyone HAM radio or not seen the TRI AN/PRC152 there like 245.00 New

TRI AN/PRC-152 6-PINS Inter/Intra Multiband Radio

Designed For Using Real 6-Pins Plug PTT
The models strive to do the design of the three anti waterproof, shockproof, dustproof.
Battery connection structure is fully compatible with the original product, and comes standard with a large capacity lithium battery
To equipped with HARRIS genuine OEM antenna
Two-stage double-Shou dual display
The U / V transceiver multi-segment receiver
Full-function operating button
Dot-matrix LCD screen with the original product the same principle
Stainless steel 6-pin connector Universal Army Regulation standard interface


Package Includes:
- Walkie-talkie ( TRI AN/PRC-152 ) x1
- Li-ion Batterypack ( 8.4v 4800mAH ) x1
- AC Adapter x1
- Rubber Antenna x1
- User's Manual x1

Features:
1: working band
FM: 87-108MHZ (receiver)
VHF: 136-174.995MHZ (receiver / transmitter)
UHF0:
UHF1 :400-470 .995 MHZ (receiver / transmitter)
UHF2 :480-520 .995 MHZ (receiver)
2: work mode: frequency mode, channel mode
3: FM radio digital tuner
4: dual-band point
5: U / U, the V / V, and the U / V, and the V / U-dual segment by: optionally
6: any band dual-frequency point waiting
7: DTMF dual-tone multi-frequency signaling systems
8: remote, on-site, a distress signal transmitter coordinates
9: group call, group call, selective call
10: inspections, monitoring, remote halo, remote killing function
11: 50 set of standard CTCSS, 105 DCS
12: nonstandard CTCSS (from 60HZ to 259.9HZ within any editor)
13: launch the mute and receive mute separate set
14: transmit power, low two tranches during the launch press ALARM key can be arbitrarily switched transmit power size
15: Launch timeout limit
16: 5 file stepper frequency (5K, 6.25K, 10K, 12.5K, 25K)
17: a variety of power-saving mode
18: VOX Mode
19: (bandwidth / narrow channel bandwidth optional)
20: channel busy embargoed
21: Low electro-acoustic and light tips
22: Automatic backlight
23: Auto / manual keypad lock
24: emission backlight color adjustable
25: Receive backlight color adjustable
26: Standby backlight color adjustable
27: Three-channel display mode (frequency, channel number, the name of the channel)
28: ANI identity code (incoming call display)
29: call ringing
30: DTMF sidetone switch (automatic code-fat, keyboard send code automatically + keyboard send code)
31: three types of scanning (time, carrier, search)
32: PTT-ID function (optional Press PTT issued yards, release the PTT hair code, press the release can be sent code)
33: variety of Mute way (mute, mute and optional signaling, mute plus optional signaling)
34: optional frequency mode frequency difference direction
35: Frequency mode frequency difference frequency between 0 ~ 69.9875MHZ optional
36: Menu direct function digital keyboard
37: frequency, channel, menu items quick search function
38: channel parameters in the frequency mode editing storage
39: 128 storage channel
40: scrambler function (the transceiver frequency inversion)
41: U / V span transceiver access inter-segment relay function
42: Cable Copy


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123mack

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Replica made for airsoft/milsim. Probably has internals made by Wouxun or some other Chinese ham radio manufacturer. I havn't heard anything bad about the Wouxun radios, but with the Chinese it's a crapshoot.
 

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As soon as I can find amount for the 117F it'll be installed in my HMMWV. I think the mounts for the PRC-138 and 150 might work but can't fine any of them either. I do have a 117D in it's vehicle mount but it's too deep to put on the HMMWV radio shelf. If you ever see a mount for the 117F I'm interested.

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