Anytone AT-779UV & AT-778UV

After some confusion concerning model numbers below I’ve got the correct information as of today in the amateur radio versions of the Anytone Smart and the Anytone Apollo II so this should finally make it clear which model will be which now. Information is from Anytone and I guess can change but I think should still remain ok.


136-174 & 400-480Mhz

15, 10, 5 watts Power

CTCSS & DCS Decode


Above is 136-174 & 400-480Mhz

30, 15, 5 watts Power

CTCSS & DCS & DTMF & 2 Tone & 5 Tone

So that’s the models and the differences

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