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Kenwood TH-K40E 70cm Handheld Transceiver

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Overview

  • TX 430-440MHz
  • RX 400-470MHz
  • 5W Max Output

Product overview

TX 430-440MHz• •RX 400-470MHz• •5W Max Output• •200 Memory Channels• •Large LCD Display• •Backlit Keypad• •Rugged, Compact Design to IP54 and MIL-STD• •Alpha-tagged Memories• •5 Watts RF Output from Standard• Li-Ion Battery• •Built-In VOX• •Wide/Narrow Channel Deviation• •Multiple Scanning functions• •Free Windows Memory• Management software••Supplied with: Antenna, Instruction Manual, KNB-63L Li-Ion Battery, KBH-18 Belt Clip, KSC-35S Charger

Boasting 5 watts of RF output, Kenwood's new TH-K40E radio is powerful Despite being small enough to fit comfortably in the palm, it offers full-size performance and numerous features to ensure superb operating ease Both display and keypad are backlit for night-time use, and for added convenience everyday functions are pre-programmed to 11 keys with an additional PF key that can be assigned with a custom function Plus, its construction is rugged enough to stand up to the worst weather Inside and out, the TH-K40E is fully equipped for clear communications - wherever and whenever needed

What range in miles or km please 

Asked by: clairec
The range of PMR446, just like any VHF or UHF radio, is dependent on many factors like environment (in-city range is far less than in an open field), height above surrounding obstructions, and, to a lesser extent, weather conditions. The antenna type and location, transmit power and receive sensitivity also affect range. However with PMR446 most of these variables are fixed at manufacturing to comply with the PMR446 specifications. Most of the time the maximum range that a user in a city can expect is a few hundred metres or less. Range may be many kilometres, for example between hilltops, or only a few hundred metres, if for example a hill or large metal object is in the transmission path between radios.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-01-02
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