LT-188H 10w handheld long range transceiver

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    10Watts power output
    VOX
    Monitor
    Flash torch
    Auto Battery Save
    Low Battery Alert
    Busy Channel Lockout
    High/Low Power Switchable
    12.5KHz/25KHz channel spacing selectable
    Great structure design, anti-wrestling

    Product Description

    lt-188H 10w handheld long range transceiver

    Great structure design, anti-wrestling
    10Watts power output
    Flash torch
    12.5KHz/25KHz channel spacing selectable
    High/Low Power Switchable
    Monitor
    Auto Battery Save
    Low Battery Alert
    Busy Channel Lockout
    VOX
    CTCSS-50/CDCSS-105, standard & nonstandard CTCSS codes available
    TOT (Time-out timer)
    ending sound silence
    squelch level 0-9 adjustable
    Priority Channel Scan
    Different Frequency Function
    PC Programmable

    specification:

    General
    Frequency Range 136-174MHz,400-470MHz,450-520MHz
    Channel No. 16
    Channel Spacing 12.5/25KHz
    Voltage 7.5V
    Battery 1800mAh(Li-Ion)
    Frequency Stabilization ±2.5ppm
    Operating Temperature Range -20°C~+55°C
    Antenna Impedance 50Ω
    Dimensions(H*W*D) mm(H)×   mm(W)×   mm(D)
    Weight(including antenna, battery) 280g
    Distances 2~15km
    Transmitter
    RF Power Output 10W
    Modulation Type F3E
    Spuirous and Harmonic ≤ -60dB
    Residual Radiation ≤ -40dB
    Modulation Distortion ≤5%
    Maximum Frequency Deviation ±5KHz
     Receiver
    Sensitivity ≤0.2µV
    Modulatioin Band ±5KHz
    Adjacent Channel Selectivity ≥60dB
    Intermodulation Anti-interference ≥60dB
    Spurious Response Rejection ≥60dB
    Rated Audio Output Power ≥500mW
    Rated Audio Distortion ≤5%

     

    LT-188H 10w handheld long range transceiver

    LT-188H Software & Driver

    Reviews

    1. Not Sure

      :

      I am a ham radio operator and have had many handhelds over the years. This one is a keeper! Great audio on both TX/RX. It sounds as good as my spendy Icom radio. It really dose put out 10w. I checked it on a couple of antennas with two watt meters. I plan to buy another right away. Some people have problems with the programing software. It’s only a driver problem. You need to disable auto updates and use an outdated driver. It’s the same thing for any chi-radio. Uv-5r ect ect. So it’s total BS when people bitch about not being able to program them.(Boisterous fools) I’ve abused mine with way too much TX time. The radio just kept going. Started to get warm but it has a nice alloy frame that helps keep it cool. I never did kill it. I am going to buy another one for sure! The only thing is I wish I could get a 12v car adapter for it. Oh well battery life is really good on these so it doesn’t matter.

      • luiton

        :

        Thank you!

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