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BFDX BF-6100 Wireless Radio Handheld Transceiver

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Quick Overview

BF-6100 Wireless Radio Transceiver
Power 5W
Carrying FCC, CE Certification
Monitor function
Can listen to the faint sound of the current channel, this feature helps to listen to weak signals
Channel Scan
Press the Scan button, the channel-by-scan, and can receive calls to all channels
PC programming
Set of functional parameters through PC programming software
Squelch level setting (0 to 9)
9 squelch, squelch level you need according to the different environments to reduce background noise
Transmit timeout timer TOT
To prevent the walkie-talkie had long occupied a channel, to avoid accidentally occupy the phenomenon of channel
Low power to remind
The battery is low, to remind you to replace the battery
Busy channel lockout
Prevent the user receiving unauthorized signals and busy channel to send signal to keep the channel clean and free from interference
Automatic power saving features
Did not receive signal or no operation, the transceiver will automatically enter power-saving mode to reduce power consumption, thus extending the battery life time

1. Transceiver,
2. Charger,
3. Battery
4. Antenna
Frequency range of VHF :136-174MHz
The UHF :350-390MHz
The UHF :400-470MHz
The number of channel 16
25 KHz channel spacing
Operating temperature -20 ℃ ~ +60 ° C
Antenna Impedance 50Ω
Power supply voltage of 7.2VDC (± 20%)
Battery 1200mAh (Lithium battery)
Frequency stability ≤ ± 2.5 ppm
Overall dimensions 51 × 28 × 90 mm
Weight 183g (including battery)
RF output power ≤ 5W
The modulation the way 16KΦF3E (W)
Spurious and harmonics ≤-36dBm
FM noise ≤-40dB
Audio Distortion ≤ 5%
The adjacent channel power (W ≥ 65 dB)
Modulation limit ≤ 5KHz (W)
Receiving part
Sensitivity ≤ 0.165μV (width)
Adjacent Channel Selectivity ≥ 60dB (W)
Intermodulation immunity ≥ 60dB (wide)
Spurious immunity ≥ 60dB (W)
N Ratio ≥ 45dB (W)
Audio output power 0.5W
Audio Distortion ≤ 5%

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