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Friday, March 27, 2015

TERMN-8R: Need 11 More


You folks have been great.  I am very pleased these radios will be useful to so many of you and your Teams.  It also adds a bit of standardization among us all.  Just knowing that I can enter an AO of an ally and have the option to make first contact with the TERMN-8Rs using Spread Spectrum (Frequency Hopping) for security is outstanding.

We are 11 radios away from being able to send everyone a Rothco or Condor Radio Pouch with each radio ordered.  I encourage you to order at least two for T&E.  I really encourage you to order enough to give one to every member of your Team (including your primary Auxiliary members.)

Redundancy is essential in your Shoot, Move & Communicate Strategy.

Once again - we are placing our bulk order at 9AM Eastern on Monday - so secure your order ASAP.


TERMN-8R Radios
TERMN-8R Specs:

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)

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