Haosda HSD115C-1 (24.265-30.105 AM/FM/12watts)

Interesting radio on the banding side and will stick my neck out and say that other makers should start there radios this low. I think a radio that covers 25.6-30.1 in all modes should also be able to make 12m like the SR955HPC from Stryker, the Optima from Yeti and the Albrecht 5890EU and AE7500. I would like to see President do this with there SSB Radios, give us also 12m worth of fun too as well as 11m, 10m

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This Midland esque radio from Haosda Technologies covers 24.265 – 30.105 with AM/FM and 12 watts power.

  • RF power: 12W (maximum)
  • Squelch control knob
  • Modulation: AM/FM
  • AM/FM mode selectable by switching
  • Channel selector by up/down key
  • Set band by set key
  • An digital LED display for band
  • Two digital LED display for channel numeral
  • Audio O/P power: minimum 2.0W at 8R
  • Channels: 14 band, 14 x 40= 560
  • Frequency: 24.265 to 30.555MHz
  • OEM and ODM: D, D3, D2, EC, EU, FR, I, I2, RU, PX, PL, E, SW, SP,UK and E bands
  • Operating voltage: 13.8V DC
  • Frequency stability: 2.5ppm
  • Intermediate frequency first IF= 10.7MHz, 2th IF= 455kHz
  • Dimensions: 123 x 38 x 130mm
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3 thoughts on “Haosda HSD115C-1 (24.265-30.105 AM/FM/12watts)

  1. a very good looking set and 24 to 30.105 MHz a great freq cover I had two magnum 257 the hp version rfx 75 and they both covered the same freqs and I had people saying they would not transmit that low but they did my young bro has one we dx over 70miles at about 20w on 24. 325 and had a great contact nice clear free chan and on am to it was a great night I had 5000 3/8 and he had 5000 turbo and the antenna was doing it great but a lot said it will never tx but it did all sets should be able to get that far down it would make a big diff when things get hectic we used am fm and ssb

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