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400-470MHz, 1600mAh, Digital Anti Cracking, Frequency Clone, Digital service, Quick Teaming
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HYDX Profile Comany Introduction: Established in 2011, Juston is a global supplier of high-quality wireless equipment and solutions. As a global top brand supplier, Juston has been providing plentiful professional customized services to high-end and professional customers since its establishment, maintaining close contact, and actively monitoring market changes and demands. As one of the few companies to master DMR technology and launch all these mainstream digital radio product lines, Juston devote to develop and produce higher performance, secure and reliable communication terminal products, and will do its best to highlight and further enhance its competitive advantage in the commercial DMR market. Technical Innovation: Juston listens to the needs of every industry customer. Through continuous technological innovation, improving production efficiency and optimizing quality control management system, Juston will continue to be committed to providing meticulous services to help our customers do better in industries such as public utilities, commercial, and outdoor. Marketing Network: Juston continues to build a sales network through grid. Currently, we have over 100 well-known distributors and millions of end users using our HYDX series products worldwide. Awarded the title of "National High-tech Enterprise”. Member of “Responsibility Business alliance”. Comply with national safety production standards: 《Basic specification for work safety standardization of enterprises》(GB/T 33000-2016) 《Technical specification for occupational health monitoring》 (GBZ188-2014) 《Quality Management System Certificate》(GB/T 19000-2016/ISO 9001: 2015 Standard) HYDX Brand Brand Story: CEO William has more than 30 years of experience in selling walkie talkies. The predecessor of Juston company was a communication equipment company established in 2003, and then founded the "HYDX" brand in 2011. After 11 years of development, brand capacity and business performance have undergone profound changes. In the future, Juston needs to continue to build itself and bring better communication experience to more industry customers. Brand Core:"Serve users with better self." The essence of business is service. No service, no transaction. Only by understanding our company, our work, and our customers can we better understand ourselves.
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A220-2W commercial mini analog two way radio
A220-2W commercial mini analog two way radio
A220 is well built with rugged, portable mini radio, 2W output power, 3000mAh. A220 supports multiple functions such as clone mode that allows users to quickly copy the frequency settings of one walkie-talkie to another. It improves the efficiency of walkie-talkie settings, ensuring continuity and consistency in communication. Anti-cracking function of A220 supports maintain the security and integrity of the communication,avoid receiving illegal signals. Dimension:115(H)×55(W)×35(D)mm Product weight:196g Features of A220: 1.Detection Frequency 2.Scan 3.Battery Save 4.VOX 5.Scrambler 6.Frequency Hopping 7.Compandor 8.Voice Broadcast 9.Clone Mode 10.Anti-cracking 11.Type-C charging(optional)
Jul 15, 2024
Seattle's Radio Volunteer Preparedness for the Next Natural Disaster
Seattle's Radio Volunteer Preparedness for the Next Natural Disaster
Across a grassy field at South Seattle College, people in orange and yellow neon safety vests set up 60-foot antennas, linked together by wires strung up like a clothesline. Solar panels powering radios and receivers stretched across the field and parking lot. It was Seattle Radio Field Day, a 24-hour event where radio hobbyists connected with others on air across the world, learned about rugged 2 way radios and practiced radio emergency preparedness. For many, the thought of a natural disaster occurring in their city is an unsettling one. Some people, however, know exactly what they would do. For instance, locals involved with the Seattle Emergency Hubs organization, a volunteer-based group that teaches Seattleites about emergency situation preparedness, would report to their nearest hub, a designated meeting place for community members in the event of a natural disaster. Others, like those in Seattle-area amateur radio clubs and the Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service, would get on air to connect with other parts of the city and the Seattle Office of Emergency Management to relay information. The Seattle Emergency Hubs were first formed in 2007 after a major windstorm knocked down power lines. Ann Forrest, the organization’s North Seattle Hubs coordinator, said the event led to neighbors meeting on street corners to share information and resources. At South Seattle College in late June, RVs and campers filled a parking lot, where members of local radio groups had set up camp for outdoor two way radio training exercise. Volunteers and members from Cascadia Radio, Puget Sound Repeater Group, West Seattle Amateur Radio Club and Seattle Auxiliary Communications Service spread across sidewalks and the field. Some used Morse code to send messages, while others used computers to watch radio frequencies coming from across the world. “Amateur radio operators are people who are prepared with systems that will function even if all the communication systems go down,” said Susanna Cunningham, Lake City Emergency Communication Hub captain and the communications service’s public information officer. “Should there be a major event, their job is to help the community help each other.” The communications service, which is volunteer-based and includes about 150 licensed amateur radio operators and registered state emergency workers, collaborates with the Office of Emergency Management to ensure there’s a communication link between the city and its communities. Many of the radio community members brought their own equipment,including high power radios and portable mini walkie talkie to the Radio Field Day. Bill Thomassen, a member of the West Seattle Amateur Radio Club, set up his computer and a radio to teach members of the community about a system called Winlink, a program that doesn’t require the internet but can relay and receive messages by radio. Using this system, Thomassen connects his computer to a radio, which can transmit via email any message...
Jul 15, 2024
How to use tools to upgrade D800/D1000 series digital two way radio
How to use tools to upgrade D800/D1000 series digital two way radio
Walkie-talkies may encounter minor functional problems or malfunctions during use, firmware upgrades can optimize the performance of the device and enhance its stability. Through this radio, you can solve the following problem. How to enter programming mode on the digital radio? What steps are involved in upgrading the digital radio display? What is the purpose of the programming cable in the upgrade process? Through firmware upgrades, new features can be added to the walkie-talkie, increasing its practicality and playability.
Jul 07, 2024
Fort Myers Amateurs Shine at Field Day with Radio Prowess
Fort Myers Amateurs Shine at Field Day with Radio Prowess
Amateur radio operators — "Hams" in the vernacular — are often called upon to use their equipment-both radio and handheld two way radios during difficult times. Showing those skills recently were members of the Fort Myers Amateur Radio Club Inc. who participated in a national amateur radio Field Day exercise. John Scharbrough, a member of the Fort Myers Amateur Radio Club and co-chair for the Field Day here, said the event is an annual event sponsored by the American Radio Relay League — ARRL —, which promotes getting out and operating portable planning for emergency preparedness and practicing. "It's a very social event. Obviously, it's an event to get out in front of the public a little bit with ham radio-including analog walkietalkie and amateur radio dmr since we're setting up in a public place," he said. The emergency aspects of it are important as well. "It's an awesome hobby, but it's also a way of being prepared for emergencies," he said. "It's a lot of fun as a hobby. If you're concerned about emergency communications, and want to know best emergency radio,the way to do it is get into it with a hobby. " Jon Wells, assistant emergency coordinator for the Amateur Radio Emergency Services Group — called ARES — explained what field day does: "It allows us to test ourselves in a portable operation. When we're portable, that means maybe we're helping emergency management or we are helping a service agency like the fire department, police department or something like that because they've had a communications failure." Leo Windler, of Cape Coral, got involved after he moved here from Indiana. He, too, said the emergency aspect is an important one for him. "When there's a hurricane, or loss of communication someplace, we can come in and step in," he said. "So that's why I kind of do this." Windler said there's a ham operator on Sanibel that called in helicopters up to Sanibel for emergencies during Hurricane Ian. After Ian hit, Windler said he didn't have any cell servers for a week. "But with this, I can still send emails and text messages. We'd actually talk to people," he said. Since 1933, ham radio operators across North America have established temporary ham radio stations in public locations during Field Day events to showcase the science and skill of amateur radio. Field Days help to showcase how amateur radio works reliably under any conditions from almost any location to create an independent communications network. These types of operations are especially important for post-hurricane communication. “Ham radio functions completely independent of the Internet or cell phone infrastructure can interface with laptops or smartphones, and can be set up almost anywhere in minutes. That’s the beauty of amateur radio during a communications outage,” Bob Inderbitzen, national spokesperson for ARRL. “In today’s electronic do-it-yourself environment, ham radio remains one of the best ways for people to learn about electronics, physics, meteorology, ...
Jul 05, 2024
A21-UHF 5W Portable Commercial Two Way Radio
A21-UHF 5W Portable Commercial Two Way Radio
HYDX A21 is a high-quality walkie talkie with business design, lightweight, IP54 waterproof, heat and cold resistance. At the same time, it has rich functions to make it easy to do everything. As an upgraded version,A21 radio supports pairing frequency of multiple same model walkie talkies, to bring convenience to group travel for multiple people. This handheld radio supports group calling, you can set multiple groups to call your colleagues and friends separately. 1600mAh/2000mAh (optional) Li-ion rechargeable battery. Large capacity battery allow you can charge 2-3 hours then use it for 8-9 hours continuous use. Dimension:112.5(H)×59(W)×37(D)mm Product weight:230g
Jun 29, 2024

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