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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

TERMN-8Rs are HOT!


OK - the orders are rolling in.  I'm glad so many of you think this is as good a deal as do I.

To have what is essentially several radios in one is not only a money-saver for your Team/Tribe, but it reduces the number of items you need to carry when you kit-up.

It also gives you several Comms options if things get sticky - consider the possibilities if you and your Team are doing a piece of work, and all you need to do is "flip a switch" to change Comms platforms.  It may not defeat OpFor's ability to keep an ear on you - but it can slow them down and maybe even keep you a half-step ahead of them, at least for a while.

And I can't stress enough the value of the Frequency Hopping capability.  Even if NSA has the keys to that particular kingdom, Mayberry PD doesn't.  (Full radio specs/features are at the bottom of this post)

We are ahead of my expectations regarding the number of radios you folks are buying - which is great, and I thank you.  Not only is this a good deal for you and your Tribe, it is good for all of us in the Liberty Movement if we build even small bits of standardization.  The folks at AmRRON are standing behind this radio, and from the sales numbers of just the last few hours, it looks like this radio is filling a niche that needed to be addressed.

As mentioned in the first post, I will place our order on Monday - so be sure to get your order into us ASAP.  In addition to the Shoot, Move & Communicate patch that we'll be giving with each radio - if we can add just 14 more radios to this first order, we'll be able to include another small token of appreciation in everyone's order.

So if you need this sort of Comms solution, and you are thinking about ordering the TERMN-8Rs, jump on the PayPal link below and let's do some damage.  Take your radios with you to Brock's PatCon, or bring them with you to our Idaho event.  Get in the habit of using them when your wife goes shopping.  Get your kids a ticket and get them some experience that doesn't center around texting on the cell network.

Using the tools of the Resistance now will only make it easier when everything goes hot...



TERMN-8R Radios


Kerodin
III

WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
  • TERMN-8R Radio Body
  • 2200mAh Battery
  • High Gain Antenna
  • Earpiece with Remote Mic
  • Desktop Charger
  • 120v AC Adapter
  • Belt Clip
  • Wrist Strap


TERMN-8R SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency range:
[TX] 136 - 174MHz, 400 - 520MHz
[RX] 136 - 174MHz, 400 - 520MHz, 520-1710kHz (AM Broadcast), 2.3-30MHz (Shortwave), 68-108MHz (FM Broadcast), 108-136MHz (Aviation Band)

Pre-Programmed Modes:
5 MURS Channels
7 NOAA Weather Channels
23 GMRS Channels

Channel Capacity:
200 Channels, 10 Memory Banks

Channel Spacing
25KHz (wide band)12.5KHz (narrow band)

Sensitivity 
≤0.25μV (wide band)  ≤0.35μV (narrow band)

Operation Voltage
7.4V DC ±20%

Battery:
2200mAh

Frequency step:
2.5, 5, 6.25, 10, 12.5, 20, 25, 30 and 50KHz

Antenna: 
Antenna Connector: SMA-Female / Antenna Impedance: 50Ω

Accessory Connector:
Kenwood 2 Pin Standard

Stability:
±2.5ppm

Output power: 
5W / 2W / 1W (Max 6W)

Size
123×66×39mm (with battery)

Weight 
285g (with battery, antenna, belt clip)

Audio Power Output

1000mW/10% (1 WATT)

3 comments:

  1. For anyone who didn't take note:
    In addition to VHF/UHF, dual receive, Freq.Hopping, and the other great features, THIS RADIO IS A SHORTWAVE RECEIVER, also. The uses of such a feature are profound and far reaching (pardon the pun).
    If your long-range patrol elements don't have the ability to *at least receive* shortwave, then you don't really have LRP capability.
    While your LRP should have at least one 2-way shortwave rig, the benefits of equipping every member of the squad with a receiver for HF/SW are substantial, particularly if something goes wrong and team members are dispersed beyond the range of VHF/UHF simplex contact.

    Get some, while you can.

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  2. Will you be taking orders after today (03/30/15)?

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  3. The post states the order is going in on Monday but I have that Italian affliction, the "fundsalow"...with the radio be available for order after Monday 03/30/15?

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