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Pofung 2013 Newest UV-B5 Dual Band VHF and UHF Walkie Talkie, 5-watt, Black

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  • Dual vhf uhf UV B5
  • Freq. range:136-174 & 400-470MHz
  • 99 memory channels
  • Li-ion battery pack with 1800mAh high capacity
  • FM radio function
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Product Description

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Specifications

1. dual vhf uhf UV B5
2. Compandor
3. 1750Hz tone
4. FM radio built in
5. Emergency alarm function

Pofung new UV B5 99 channels dual band radio vhf 136-174 mhz radio uhf 400-470mhz dual vhf uhf
1. Freq. range:136-174 & 400-470MHz
2. 99 memory channels
3. Priority Channel Scan
4. DTMF encode
5. 1750Hz burst tone for repeater function
6. Li-ion battery pack with 2000mAh high capacity
7. FM radio function
8. Bright flashlight illumination
9. Compandor
10. U/V cross band receiving
11. Emergency alarm function

SPECIFICATION

GENERAL
Frequency Range: 136-174 & 400-470MHz
Channel Capacity: 99
Channel Spacing: 5/6.25/10/12.5/25KHz
Operated Voltage: 7.4V Standard Battery: 1800mAh
Battery Life: About 10 hours
Dimensions: 116.2*57.9*35.7mm


TRANSMITTER:
RF Power Output: 5W/2W
Modulation: 3E
Spurious Emission: 65dB
Transmitting Current: About 1.3A
Package:
1*POFUNG UV-B5 dual vhf uhf
1*Ac Charger (round or flat plug)
1*Battery (Li-ion 7.4V 2000mAh )
1*Antenna
1*Hang Strap
1*Belt Clip and Screw
1*User's Manual.

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.5 x 1.8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00BXVOKTW
  • UPC: 519070156024 700729909485
  • Item model number: POFUNG-UV-B5
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)

Customer Reviews

It performs very well.
Robert T. Mason
If you are a new ham radio operator looking for a high quality, low cost radio I recommend the Yaesu FT-60.
Tradecraft
Easy to program, with usb cable.
Fred Wieck

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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Kellough on June 15, 2013
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I work with the American Red Cross in disaster response on a local and national level. I have a number of public safety grade portable radios that I use on a daily basis. With responding to disasters/emergencies outside of my normal area I wanted something that I could program on the fly in a hurry in case I couldn't get one of my other radios programmed. I looked at several different dual band portable radios and when I came across the Baofeng UV-B5 I couldn't pass it up. For the price (under $50) it looked up to par with some of it's more expensive counter parts. I've been using this radio on a daily basis for over a month now and I'm glad I bought it. With the 2000mah Li-Ion battery I can get between 24-36 hours on a single charge (depending on how much I transmit) before the battery becomes to low to be useful. I put it on a service monitor just to run it through it's paces and I get 5 watt's out on both VHF and UHF, and receive sensitivity is up to par with my Motorola and Kenwood public safety grade radios. There are only 2 things I don't like: 1, When assigning Alpha tags to a channel you only get 5 characters and 2, the scan feature isn't that great because it is pretty slow, but then again if you want a scanner then buy a scanner. I use the dual watch feature and I've come pretty fond of that feature. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this radio to someone else or to buy another one. Matter of fact my son is considering getting his amateur radio license and if he does this will be the radio I get him for his first.
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66 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Harveytex on August 17, 2013
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I tried to like it. But I just couldn't. When adding up the plus/minus ratio it just didn't make the cut. After having my UV-5R+ for a couple of months I discovered the B5 and just "had to have one". Here's what I found as compared to my 5R:

Pros:

1. Size and shape fit my small hand better.
2. Antenna is a little longer & better.
3. The channel change knob is very useful.
4. A working S-meter is a welcome addition.
5. Manual is better but still not "good".
6. Although not verified the receiver seems to be better.

Cons:

1. Poor "fit & finish". It just doesn't look or feel as well made.
2. The buttons are too small and close together, even for my small hand.
3. The battery latch is not as secure or as easy to use.
4. Spk/Mic cover is in the way when ports are being used.
5. Bottom does not provide a level platform on which to set the radio.
6. Display is small & difficult to read.
7. There is no way to adjust the "on" time for the display light. It's Too short for me!
8. It's scan function is not as easy to use as the 5R's.
9. No easy way to change power level "on the fly".
10. It just doesn't have all of the useful menu options that the 5R has.
11. And to top it all off it won't allow you to enter long calls on the display.
12. Although hailed by others as having greater output mine did NOT have greater output than my UV-5R+.

And speaking of power here is what I measured. Both radios with a newly charged battery:

______________UV-5R+____________UV-B5

146.500 High_____5.0_______________4.8
146.500 Low______1.9_______________1.8

446.500 High_____4.2_______________3.5
446.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Belbeck on April 19, 2013
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After reading the reviews on the previous model (UV-5R) and this UV-b5 I knew what to expect with this radio. But, it has turned out to be much better.
Pros: The new software is very easy to add repeaters. I decided to use the current DAILY build of CHIRP since that allows me to download the repeater info directly from the repeater book. Both programs worked fine though. They both need the USB cable to connect the radio to the PC. Much easier to use these than to program the radio by pressing buttons.
I was concerned about the squelch when I first got it. I thought it was 100% off or 100% on. I must have inadvertently changed some setting, because when I reset the radio the squelch worked fine.
The distance is great. The FCC has not yet processed my license so I haven't tried transmitting yet. But, with a mobile antenna I was listening to stations 2000 miles away through a nearby repeater. And, I can pick up the repeater from 20 miles away - With the rubber duck or the mobile antenna. With the included rubber duck I was listening to a tornado drill and heard radios 40-60 miles away. It is obvious this rubber duck is better than past ones.
The battery has lasted about 20 hours so far and has most of the power left. Got to love lipos.
The scanning of the memory channels is very easy. Simply click off or on under the scanning option in the software. On the radio press menu then scan. When I hear something good I press menu and it stops the scanning. Works great. I have loaded all of the repeaters in my state. Plus, I loaded the ones for a coming trip and saved the file so I can just load them into the radio right before I go.
Sound is fine. Haven't tried it with the external microphone/speaker yet.
Cons: All piddly stuff, nothing major.
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