It has been promised for some time and now it is on the market, 189 euro and seems to be quite impressive if you believe the initial reviews from people. As well as the multi band receive there is the all important 6.25khz step for those who want to make use of the “RX on 446Mhz” this is also possible so something good.
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- 136-174 MHz
- 400-512 MHz
- 76-108 MHz
- 108-136 MHz
- 136-180 MHz
- 230-250 MHz
- 350-400 MHz
- 400-512 MHz
- 700-985 MHz
VHF Power: 5w 2w 1w
UHF Power: 4w 2w 1w
And the link to the software if you own one:
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Review in spanish by Radio Noticias – http://www.radionoticias.com/noticias-2015/ensayo-del-wouxun-kg-uv9-26052015.html
One of the first things that came to my mind when I first saw the specs of the KG-UV8D in 2014 was that people would buy this radio in order to have cross links between UHF and VHF, and that this could be a really big problem.
My concern was that, for example, PMR446 / 2 meters links could be created, even if on a occasional “just for fun” event. That would be a mess! I’m glad that this did not happen as far as I know (I’m referring to Portugal only).
Looks like the KG-UV9D is a improved KG-UV8D, as expected. The 8D itself got very good reviews.
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