Motorola Motorola Gp399 Dual Band Uhf- Vhf Radio
- Easy maintenance
- Beautiful design
- Superior performance
THE DUAL PUSH-TO-TALK DIFFERENCE
The GP399 Series come with a dual push-to-talk button. The dual PTT is a huge leap forward in the HT technology. It allows you to transmit on two frequencies by the use of the rocker PTT switch. By pressing up you can transmit on “Frequency A” and by pushing down you can transmit on “Frequency B”. Frequency A or B can also be used as a scanner of channels, frequencies, CTCSS and DTS tones.
VERSATILE RADIO FOR AMATEUR USE
The MOTOROLA GP399 is legal for use on amateur frequencies. The GP399 is able to Transmit on Narrowband (12.5kHz) and Wideband (25kHz).
DUAL WATCH RECEIVER
The MOTOROLA GP399 has one built-in receiver but can “watch” two channels (semi duplex). Monitor two different frequencies (even on different bands (VHF/UHF)) and the radio will monitor both frequencies giving priority to the first station to receive an incoming call.
FM BROADCAST STATION
You can listen to the FM Broadcast radio, while still monitoring your radio frequencies in the background. Any incoming call will be given priority insuring you never miss an important call while listening to the radio.
GROUP TONES SUPPORTED
The MOTOROLA GP399 supports the most common Analog Tones. It supports CTCSS, DCS, and DTMF calling methods. Set-up your calling methods to call by group tones. Tone calling (private line) is required by most repeater applications and the GP399 supports the latest standards
The MOTOROLA GP399 can even send DTMF tones. This allows for sending ANI (Caller ID) or remote commands that require DTMF tones
INTERNAL VOX FUNCTION
The MOTOROLA GP399 has an internal VOX (Voice Operated Transmit) function for convenient hands-free operation and can be used in conjunction with the included earpiece and mic. The VOX level and VOX delay time are adjustable your needs.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR OPERATION WITH CHANNELS, PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS, AND MORE!
You can program your MOTOROLA GP399 exactly how you want it. There are 128 programmable memory channels. You can add or remove channels from scanning list using the free computer software. You can give channels alphanumeric names, using a computer. The radio has 2 power levels (5 watt maximum), allowing you to choose how far you can communicate. You can set VFO limits using the CHIRP software. You can easily program from a PC to set-up the radio to operate exactly as needed.