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BAOFENG BF-F8HP (UV-5R 3rd Gen) 8-Watt Dual Band Two-Way Radio (

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BAOFENG BF-F8HP (UV-5R 3rd Gen) 8-Watt Dual Band Two-Way Radio (

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Product description

The Most Powerful One Yet: BaoFeng BF-F8HP (High Power)

The BF-F8HP is the most powerful BaoFeng capable of transmitting 8 watts!

A PC03 FTDI Programming Cable is Recommended for Easier PC Programming


The BF-F8HP is the third and final generation of the UV-5R. Some new features found in the BF-F8HP are the three selectable power levels (Low - 1w, Med - 4/5w, High-7/8w); the BF-F8HP has a better high-gain antenna (7") that was not available in earlier models; the BF-F8HP also brings back the customizable tri-color display that was not found in second generation UV-5Rs. The BF-F8HP also comes with a Full IN-DEPTH 76 Page User Manual that will help you get aquatinted with all the New Features!

Much like its little brothers (the BF-F8+ and the UV-5R) the BF-F8HP maintains full cross accessory compatibility with all previous UV-5R accessories.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Color: Black
Model: New BAOFENG BF-F8HP
Battery: 2000mAh, 7.4v, Li-ion
Frequency Range: 136-174MHz and 400-520MHz (TX/RX)
Antenna: High Gain Dual Band Antenna 7" Antenna
Mode of operation: Simple or semi-duplex
Transmitter Output power: 8W/5W / 1W (Max 8W)
Modulation Mode: 16k F3E / 11k F3E
Maximum deviation: lt;5kHz(Wide) / Intermediation distortion:
Included:
BF-F8HP
7.4V 2000mahLi-ion Battery Pack
Antenna
Belt Clip
Hand Strap
Earphone
***NEW IN-Depth Manual
Desktop Charger (110V)
Programming Tips and Help Provided at Miklor


From the manufacturer

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DM-5R DMR DM-5R DMR DM-5R DMR BF-F8HP
Output 7 Watt Max 5 Watt Max 5 Watt Max 8 Watt Max 4-5 Watt Max 4-5 Watt Max
Speaker Output 1 Watt 1 Watt 1 Watt 700mW 700mW 700mW
Frequency Range (mhz) VHF (136-174), UHF (400-520) VHF (136-174), UHF (400-520) VHF (130-179.99), 1.25M (222-225.99), UHF (400-520.99) VHF (136-174), UHF (400-520) VHF (136-174), UHF (400-520) VHF (136-174), UHF (400-520)
Case Durability Commercial Commercial Commercial Commuter Commuter Commuter
Push-to-Talk: Single, Dual, or Both Both Both Single Single Single Single
Display Tri-Color Tri-Color Tri-Color Tri-Color Inverted Tri-Color
Disable VFO (Frequency) ✓ ✓ ✓
FCC Part 90 Licensed and Compliant for Commercial Applications ✓
High Gain 7" Antenna ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
BaoFeng Tech Concierge Support ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
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by   -   September 27, 2021

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by and   -   September 21, 2021

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Oregon State University - Robotic Decision-Making Lab         


interview by   -   September 14, 2021

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by   -   September 9, 2021

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Marsupial Robots
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