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FT2-DR and FT3-DR. Dual-Band Handheld Digital Transceiver
Compact Design and Reliable 5W RF Power Output (Selectable 5W/ 2.5W/ 1W/ 0.3W)
C4FM Digital V/D Mode, Voice FR Mode, Data FR Mode and Conventional FM Mode
700 mW of audio power with C4FM clear and crisp audio quality
Dual Band Simultaneous Receive (V+V/ U+U/ V+U/ U+V)
Built-in Bluetooth Unit enables the easy hands-free operation (NEW!)
Highly visible 320 x 240 dot matrix Full-Colour TFT Touch Panel Display
Band Scope Function enables monitoring up to 79 channels centred around the current VFO frequency with high-speed (NEW!)
CAM (Club Channel Activity Monitor) function (NEW!)
System Fusion II compatible such as AMS (Automatic Mode Select), DG-ID (Digital Group ID), and Smart Navigation functions
WiRES-X Portable Digital Node compatible
Built-in 66ch High-Sensitivity GPS Receiver
Voice Recording function for the received and transmitting voice and audio
Built-in On/Off Timer, Automatic Power Off (APO) and Time-out Timer (TOT)
micro SD Card Slot (up to 32GB)
IPX5 Rating Water Protection
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